Indiana, PA - Indiana County

SEAN YODER

Sean Yoder is a staff writer at The Indiana Gazette. He covers Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Clymer Borough, and the Penns Manor and Purchase Line area school districts. He graduated from IUP with a degree in journalism and from The Art Institute of Pittsburgh with a degree in video production.

Articles by SEAN YODER

WHITE TOWNSHIP: Supervisors approve amendments to ordinances WHITE TOWNSHIP: Supervisors approve amendments to ordinances
1 day ago - - SEAN YODER
The White Township supervisors approved changes Wednesday night to the subdivision and land development ordinance. [Read More]
State pledges nearly $1 million for county roads, corridor
2 days ago - - SEAN YODER
The Commonwealth Financing Authority on Tuesday approved $980,000 for roadway rehabilitation and the proposed multimodal corridor that would run through Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Indiana Borough and White Township. [Read More]
Official: Pathway funding needed Official: Pathway funding needed
6 days ago - - SEAN YODER
It’s always a tight budget for Pathway Homeless Shelter. This year, it’s a little tighter. [Read More]
Woman sentenced in robbery Woman sentenced in robbery
1 week ago - - SEAN YODER
The first of three people accused in connection with an attempted robbery and fatal shooting in Indiana on May 10 was sentenced Tuesday. [Read More]
Woman sentenced in connection with fatal shooting Woman sentenced in connection with fatal shooting
1 week ago - - SEAN YODER
The first of three people accused in connection with an attempted robbery and fatal shooting in Indiana on May 10 was sentenced this morning. [Read More]
Indiana band releases studio album Indiana band releases studio album
2 weeks ago - - SEAN YODER
Those who have been listening to Wolves in Sheep’s Clothing jam all around the region can now pick up the band’s first studio album. [Read More]
Structural problem threatens Brown Hotel Structural problem threatens Brown Hotel
2 weeks ago - - SEAN YODER
The Brown Hotel, a landmark in downtown Indiana, may soon be shuttered as its manager scrambles to find a way to fix a section of the facade. [Read More]
Area woman carries on tradition of gift-giving through program Area woman carries on tradition of gift-giving through program
3 weeks ago - - SEAN YODER
Cindy has been picking out gifts for elderly men since the Gazette’s gift-giving program went by the name Christmas Angels. [Read More]
WHITE TOWNSHIP: Officials urge study of traffic lights WHITE TOWNSHIP: Officials urge study of traffic lights
3 weeks ago - - SEAN YODER
White Township managers will be asking PennDOT to look into traffic and signals at two locations: Acorn Street and West Pike, and Oakland Avenue at the Regency Mall. [Read More]
University president encourages return to civility on campus University president encourages return to civility on campus
4 weeks ago - - SEAN YODER
Indiana University of Pennsylvania President Michael Driscoll talked about civility and discourse Friday afternoon in regard to reactions to Election Day and the recent faculty strike. [Read More]
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