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'Breaking Amish' star arrested in White Township

'Breaking Amish' star arrested in White Township

A reality TV star got a dose of reality early today when he ran afoul of the law, according to police.

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Head Start celebrates 50 years Head Start celebrates 50 years
15 minutes ago -
Officials at Indiana County Head Start recently planted a rose bush to commemorate 50 years of the national Head Start program. [Read More]
Second arsonist sentenced in $1M drilling plant fire
15 minutes ago - - RANDY WELLS
The second man who pleaded guilty to starting last summer’s $1 million fire at the V-King Corp. drilling rig assembly plant near Tide, Center Township, was sentenced Friday to jail time, fines and court costs. [Read More]
God, Me and a Cup of Tea: With God's guidance, you can do it
25 minutes ago - - MICHELE HUEY
Both hubby and I love the outdoors. Especially mountains, forests, streams, waterfalls and wildlife. So camping and hiking have become activities we enjoy together during these empty nest years, although DH has more experience in walking in the woods and is more conditioned and stronger than I. [Read More]
Community church events set
31 minutes ago -
Every Saturday in The Indiana Gazette, find this roundup of family- and community-related events hosted by churches in the Indiana County area. [Read More]
Gazette readers' birthdays, May 23
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Be sure to wish these Gazette readers a happy birthday when you see them today: [Read More]
Fifth-graders put projects 'on parade' Fifth-graders put projects 'on parade'
1 day ago - - TOM PEEL
David Scardina displayed his creation on the state of Texas during a “parade of floats” Thursday at Eisenhower Elementary. [Read More]
INSIDE INDIANA: Pool, drive-in, Gigaroo, Janet, Emily ... INSIDE INDIANA: Pool, drive-in, Gigaroo, Janet, Emily ...
1 day ago - - MARGARET WEAVER
The school days are drawing to a close as we wind down the spring season and prepare for summer, when the pools are open, the sun shines longer and the area offers a variety of family fun. [Read More]
Memorial Day services, activities announced Memorial Day services, activities announced
1 day ago -
The following communities have announced Memorial Day services for the area: [Read More]
Top spellers named in bee Top spellers named in bee
1 day ago -
United Elementary School hosted the annual Indiana County Elementary Principals’ Spelling Bee on April 30. [Read More]
Community events planned throughout region Community events planned throughout region
1 day ago -
Events to be held in communities throughout Indiana County include: [Read More]

All Indiana Sports News

 
TRACK AND FIELD: Five local athletes, two relay teams advance at states TRACK AND FIELD: Five local athletes, two relay teams advance at states
35 minutes ago - - MIRZA ZUKIC
SHIPPENSBURG — Taya Whitfield has another busy day ahead of her today at the PIAA Track and Field Championships, and that’s the way she likes it. It means yesterday was a good day, even if she and her Marion Center teammates didn’t have their best day. [Read More]
AROUND THE AREA: Indiana Lions improve to 4-0 AROUND THE AREA: Indiana Lions improve to 4-0
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Indiana Lions got outhit 12-6 but still scored in every inning but the fifth and improved to 4-0 with a 15-10 win over visiting Armstrong in an Indiana County Youth Legion baseball game Friday. [Read More]
ON CAMPUS: Piccirillo keeping things simple ON CAMPUS: Piccirillo keeping things simple
1 day ago - - DUSTIN FILLOY
At this point in her career, Angel Piccirillo knows that in order to reach her lofty goals on the track, the Villanova middle distance runner must simplify things. [Read More]
IUP ROUNDUP: Honors keep rolling in for Uhl, Sames IUP ROUNDUP: Honors keep rolling in for Uhl, Sames
1 day ago -
IUP first baseman Ryan Uhl has been named a National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association All-America first-team selection. [Read More]
AROUND THE AREA: Punxs'y wins district title
1 day ago -
DuBOIS — Punxsutawney ace Ryan Sloniger fired a two-hitter to help the top-seeded Chucks win the District 9 Class AAA baseball title, 4-1, over third-seeded Bradford on Thursday at Showers Field. [Read More]
SOFTBALL: Eighteenth win is biggest yet for Stingers SOFTBALL: Eighteenth win is biggest yet for Stingers
1 day ago -
MARION CENTER — Winning games is nothing new for the Marion Center softball team, but Thursday’s victory was no ordinary one. [Read More]
BASEBALL: Thompson saves the day for Bobcats BASEBALL: Thompson saves the day for Bobcats
1 day ago -
BLAIRSVILLE — Blairsville took advantage of the one mistake that Portage made on Thursday, and that turned out to be good enough to advance to the District 6 Class A championship. [Read More]
TRACK AND FIELD: Stever seasoned at state meet TRACK AND FIELD: Stever seasoned at state meet
2 days ago - - MIRZA ZUKIC
Don’t tell Steve Cochran experience doesn’t matter at the PIAA Track and Field Championships. [Read More]
IUP GOLF: Crimson Hawks finish at 31 over IUP GOLF: Crimson Hawks finish at 31 over
2 days ago -
CONOVER, N.C. — The IUP men’s golf team put together a solid third-round effort, but the Crimson Hawks finished 11 strokes back of the cut at the NCAA Division II Championships on Wednesday afternoon at the Rock Barn Golf & Spa. [Read More]
YOUTH LEGION BASEBALL: Black Sox top Marion Center YOUTH LEGION BASEBALL: Black Sox top Marion Center
2 days ago -
S.W. Jack pitchers Alec Petroff and Luke Thomas teamed up to toss a two-hitter, and the Black Sox snapped a two-game losing skid by outlasting visiting Marion Center, 4-2, in an Indiana County Youth Legion baseball game Wednesday. [Read More]

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Second arsonist sentenced in $1M drilling plant fire
15 minutes ago - - RANDY WELLS
The second man who pleaded guilty to starting last summer’s $1 million fire at the V-King Corp. drilling rig assembly plant near Tide, Center Township, was sentenced Friday to jail time, fines and court costs. [Read More]
POLICE LOG
25 minutes ago -
Borough police reported two thefts in the 1300 block of Church Street overnight from Thursday into Friday. [Read More]
ACCIDENT ACCIDENT
35 minutes ago -
State police said no one was hurt when a pickup truck struck an SUV along Route 110 Thursday at 4:28 p.m. [Read More]
Police: Trooper killed burglar who pointed BB gun at him
55 minutes ago -
SOMERSET (AP) — A state trooper investigating a burglary at a western Pennsylvania grocery store Friday fatally shot the suspect when he pointed what turned out to be a BB gun at him, police said. [Read More]
Police respond to one-vehicle accident Police respond to one-vehicle accident
1 day ago - - TOM PEEL
State police responded to a one-vehicle accident along Fire Academy Road in Center Township on Thursday at 12:33 p.m. [Read More]
POLICE LOG POLICE LOG
1 day ago -
Indiana University of Pennsylvania campus police charged a 19-year-old student from Pittsburgh after an investigation of drug activities in Stephenson Hall. [Read More]
ACCIDENT ACCIDENT
1 day ago -
No one was hurt when a vehicle struck a pole on Thursday at Routes 85 and 839, state police said. [Read More]
Six officers indicted in death of Gray Six officers indicted in death of Gray
1 day ago -
BALTIMORE — A grand jury indicted all six officers charged in the case of Freddie Gray, who died of injuries he suffered in police custody, allowing the state’s attorney to press ahead with the most serious charges despite criticism that she was part of an “overzealous prosecution.” [Read More]
Waterlines to be flushed Waterlines to be flushed
1 day ago -
CLYMER — The Clymer Borough Municipal Authority announced that water mains will be flushed beginning Tuesday. Flushing will be from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The schedule is: [Read More]
Eat’n Park sues cookie competitor Eat’n Park sues cookie competitor
1 day ago -
PITTSBURGH (AP) — The cookies may be smiling, but the restaurants are not. [Read More]

All Family News

 
Student of the Month: Jessica Polenik Student of the Month: Jessica Polenik
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Jessica Polenik, of Clymer, has been named the Penns Manor Education Association Senior of the Month for May. She is the daughter of Jeff and Carol Polenik. [Read More]
Student of the Month: Luke Smetak Student of the Month: Luke Smetak
16 minutes ago -
Luke Smetak was recently named the Ligonier Valley High School Vocational Student of the Month for April. [Read More]
Student of the Month: Chloe Chappell Student of the Month: Chloe Chappell
17 minutes ago -
Chloe Chappell was recently named the Ligonier Valley High School Citizenship Student of the Month for April. [Read More]
Student of the Month: Ryan Redilla Student of the Month: Ryan Redilla
18 minutes ago -
Ryan Redilla was recently named the Ligonier Valley High School Rotary Club Student of the Month for April. [Read More]
Student of the Month: Abigail Pelger Student of the Month: Abigail Pelger
19 minutes ago -
Abigail Pelger was recently named the Ligonier Valley High School Lions Club Student of the Month for April. [Read More]
Student of the Month: Bethanie Meharey Student of the Month: Bethanie Meharey
20 minutes ago -
Bethanie Meharey was recently named the Ligonier Valley High School BPW Student of the Month for April. [Read More]
Student of the Month: Luke Ferlin Student of the Month: Luke Ferlin
21 minutes ago -
Luke Ferlin was recently named the Ligonier Valley High School Athletic Student of the Month for April. [Read More]
Student of the Month: Zachary Homyak Student of the Month: Zachary Homyak
22 minutes ago -
Zachary Homyak was recently named the Ligonier Valley High School Athletic Student of the Month for April. [Read More]
Student of the Month: Jasmine Connor Student of the Month: Jasmine Connor
23 minutes ago -
Jasmine Connor was recently named the Ligonier Valley High School Athletic Student of the Month for April. [Read More]
Student of the Month: Jessica Anto Student of the Month: Jessica Anto
24 minutes ago -
Jessica Anto was recently named the Ligonier Valley High School Arts Student of the Month for April. [Read More]

All World News

 
GM inquiry finds criminal wrongdoing
35 minutes ago -
Justice Department investigators have identified criminal wrongdoing in General Motors’ failure to disclose a defect tied to at least 104 deaths, and are negotiating what is expected to be a record penalty, according to people briefed on the inquiry. [Read More]
Senate clears trade bill
35 minutes ago -
WASHINGTON — In a victory for President Barack Obama, the Senate passed bipartisan legislation Friday night to strengthen the administration’s hand in global trade talks, clearing the way for a highly unpredictable summer showdown in the House. [Read More]
Jobs gain in Pa. biggest since 1990s
35 minutes ago -
HARRISBURG — Pennsylvania recorded its biggest one-month jobs gain in nearly two decades in April, while its unemployment rate stabilized after rising for three straight months, the state Department of Labor and Industry said Friday. [Read More]
Obama signs Iran nuclear review bill into law Obama signs Iran nuclear review bill into law
44 minutes ago -
WASHINGTON — Though he once vigorously opposed its involvement, President Barack Obama signed legislation Friday that gives Congress the power to review and potentially reject a nuclear deal with Iran. [Read More]
Gay couple can marry after vacating adoption Gay couple can marry after vacating adoption
50 minutes ago -
When Bill Novak and Norman MacArthur moved to the Philadelphia suburbs nearly 20 years ago, they were dismayed to learn that Pennsylvania would not recognize their domestic partnership from New York. [Read More]
Chinese university denies professors stole U.S. secrets
55 minutes ago -
BEIJING — Two days after six Chinese scientists were charged with economic espionage and theft of trade secrets in the United States, a Chinese university denied that three of its professors who are among those indicted had stolen technology, the Chinese state news media reported Thursday. [Read More]
Some Calif. farmers to yield water
55 minutes ago -
LOS ANGELES — Ever since the Gold Rush, California farmers have staked their claim to water and ferociously protected their rights to use it to irrigate the crops that have made the state the grocer for the nation. [Read More]
Waco issues proclamation for bikers' confederation
55 minutes ago -
Days after a biker shootout at a Texas restaurant, the same group that organized the motorcyclists’ meeting that turned violent received a proclamation from the Waco City Council designating May as “Motorcycle Safety and Awareness Month.” [Read More]
Choppy waters hinder cleanup
55 minutes ago -
LOS ANGELES — A 10-square-mile oil slick off the California coast is thinner than a coat of paint and it’s becoming harder to skim from choppy waters, officials said as more dead animals were discovered. [Read More]
Fierce gunbattle kills 43 in west Mexico cartel territory Fierce gunbattle kills 43 in west Mexico cartel territory
55 minutes ago -
ECUANDUREO, Mexico — The latest in a series of clashes between Mexican authorities and a powerful, fast-growing drug cartel turned into the deadliest confrontation in recent memory, with 42 suspected gang gunmen and one Federal Police officer killed during a three-hour firefight. [Read More]

All Reader Letters and Gazette Editorials

 
Letter to the Editor: Pennsylvania senators should oppose pension bill
1 week ago -
On May 11, a state Senate committee on a party-line vote rushed to approve Senate Bill 1 that would address problems with the state pension system. (“Republicans seek sweeping reform of state pension system,” Indiana Gazette, May 7) [Read More]
Letter to the Editor: Teach your children about God
1 week ago -
Few parents would actually say they have made a deliberate decision to raise their children as atheists. Yet if a parent chooses not to teach their children of God, or expose them in some way to be taught, they are left to an atheistic view. [Read More]
Letter to the editor: Questions raised about class scheduling
2 weeks ago -
As this community votes for Indiana school board on May 19, let me share some items dealing with the senior high school that have occurred because of this “common sense” board. [Read More]
Letter to the editor: Let's be proactive about reckless driving
2 weeks ago -
First, thanks to our borough, state and IUP police officers who serve the people well, but we all know law enforcement can’t be everywhere. I’ve encountered so many irresponsible drivers over the last few months. [Read More]
ELECTION 2015 Letter to the Editor: Common-sense candidates still best choice
2 weeks ago -
Spring has sprung and with it another election cycle for the Indiana school board. This year the field for election will be filled with proponents for turning back recent board decisions without much explanation of what an alternative plan would be. [Read More]
ELECTION 2015 Letter to the Editor: Early dismissals better than late starts
2 weeks ago -
I am writing in response to the Indiana school board’s recent implementation of two-hour late start days once a month from September through March for the upcoming school year. [Read More]
ELECTION 2015 Letter to the Editor: District not better off than four years ago
2 weeks ago -
When it comes to the Indiana school board election, one only needs to ask the question, “Are we better off, as a district, over the past four years with this current board majority?” To me it’s an easy answer: No! [Read More]
Letter to the Editor: Pee Wee football appreciative of support
3 weeks ago -
Indiana Pee Wee football is right around the corner. [Read More]
Letter to the Editor: Baker's career shows how much he cares
3 weeks ago -
He’s back. Yes, it’s that old disabled Marine Vietnam vet who always reminds you of Memorial Day. This time it’s politics, not Obama, but county commissioner and my friend Mike Baker. [Read More]
Letter to the Editor: Show your support for proposed bike trail
3 weeks ago -
Indiana is truly a great place to live. I enjoy the outdoors so I appreciate our local parks to hike and enjoy walking and biking on the Hoodlebug Trail. [Read More]
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