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Julie E. Martin is a staff writer for the Indiana Gazette. Among her assignments are coverage of the Apollo-Ridge School and Penns Manor Area school districts and also White Township.

Articles by JULIE MARTIN

There's a real art to buying unique gifts There's a real art to buying unique gifts
183 weeks ago - - JULIE MARTIN
As the traditional start of the holiday shopping season kicks off with Black Friday, followed by Small Business Saturday on Nov. 30 and Cyber Monday Dec. 2 ... [Read More]
Impetus behind 'Wonderful Life' sequel hopes film advances Impetus behind 'Wonderful Life' sequel hopes film advances
183 weeks ago - - JULIE MARTIN
The co-producer of a planned sequel to the holiday classic “It’s a Wonderful Life” says he would like to cast someone from Indiana in the movie. [Read More]
Indiana County pauses to honor JFK's legacy Indiana County pauses to honor JFK's legacy
183 weeks ago - - JULIE MARTIN
While they gathered in the rain on a somber day of remembrance, those at the Indiana County commissioners’ service commemorating the 50th anniversary of John F. Kennedy’s assassination took away with them a message of hope. [Read More]
PENNS MANOR: Board backs wrestling co-op for next year PENNS MANOR: Board backs wrestling co-op for next year
184 weeks ago - - JULIE MARTIN
KENWOOD — Next year, Penns Manor School District will have another sport on the roster, in a way. [Read More]
WHITE TOWNSHIP: Revised housing plan given OK
185 weeks ago - - JULIE MARTIN
Members of the White Township planning commission approved revised plans Tuesday for the initial phase of a student townhouse development between Maple Street and Carter Avenue. [Read More]
Sentencing postponed in church embezzlement case
185 weeks ago - - JULIE MARTIN
Sentencing was delayed Friday for a man charged with stealing more than $100,000 from a local Catholic parish over the course of four years. [Read More]
Father gets jail in tub death
185 weeks ago - - JULIE MARTIN
A former White Township man was sentenced Friday to serve three months to two years less one day in the Indiana County Jail for child endangerment charges relating to the accidental drowning of his 13-month-old son in February. [Read More]
Idea of Indiana cultural district explored
186 weeks ago - - JULIE MARTIN
A lively discussion generating a range of ideas was just what organizer Sean Howard wanted to see at a public forum Wednesday focusing on how to promote downtown Indiana’s cultural offerings. [Read More]
Donation drive at concert to aid veterans
186 weeks ago - - JULIE MARTIN
BRUSH VALLEY — During his four years of active duty as a young Marine in the late 1960s, Andrew Davis lived in places such as Quantico Marine Corps base in Virginia and Guantanamo Bay in Cuba. [Read More]
Social engagement
186 weeks ago - - JULIE MARTIN
Indiana Free Library is helping crafty people take their efforts to a new level by introducing them to popular social media websites. [Read More]
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