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The Indiana Gazette Online's Community Connection is an effort to gather news, photos, events, and submitted reports from each of our local communities. We've centered communities around our school districts. Below you find the Homer Center Area news.

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Most schools cancel classes in wake of deep snowfall Most schools cancel classes in wake of deep snowfall
1 week ago -
The worst of the predicted snowfall has hit the area and about 2 inches more snow is expected today. With about 6 inches of snow on the ground in Indiana, many area school districts have canceled or called delays in the start of classes. [Read More]
Weather service upgrades area snow prediction Weather service upgrades area snow prediction
2 weeks ago -
The National Weather Service has revised its words of caution for Indiana County from an advisory to a winter storm warning. Forecasters now predict 6 to 10 inches of snow. [Read More]
Students named to IUP dean's list for fall 2016 Students named to IUP dean's list for fall 2016
2 weeks ago -
The following students from Indiana County have been named to the fall 2016 dean’s list at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Students achieve dean’s list status when they earn 12 or more credits with a grade-point average of 3.25 or higher. [Read More]
Homer City police launch crackdown of parking ticket scofflaws Homer City police launch crackdown of parking ticket scofflaws
2 weeks ago - - CHAUNCEY ROSS
HOMER CITY — Police Chief Anthony Jellison fanned out a stack of unpaid parking tickets like a deck of cards. [Read More]
Wolf seeks cuts, revenues to plug gap Wolf seeks cuts, revenues to plug gap
2 weeks ago -
HARRISBURG — Building on an ambitious bet that he can squeeze savings out of state government, Gov. Tom Wolf asked lawmakers Tuesday to help fill a $3 billion projected deficit by imposing a tax on Marcellus shale natural gas production and signing off on potentially touchy cuts in spending. [Read More]
HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Indiana chasing fourth straight section crown HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Indiana chasing fourth straight section crown
2 weeks ago -
Jake Benhart and Carlos Carter combined for 17 of Indiana’s 33 field goals, and the Indians used dominant efforts to begin each half in a 79-43 rout of host Mount Pleasant in a WPIAL Class 4A Section 1 boys’ basketball game on Tuesday to keep their section championship hopes alive. [Read More]
Homer-Center schedules camps
2 weeks ago -
HOMER CITY — A basketball camp and a shooting clinic will be held at Homer-Center High School in June. [Read More]
Snow expected to push across Pennsylvania Snow expected to push across Pennsylvania
2 weeks ago -
Snow is expected to move across Pennsylvania, replacing mild temperatures that could break records. Indiana County is under a winter weather advisory for 4 to 6 inches of snow. [Read More]
CENTER TOWNSHIP: Road widening, bridge projects expected to take several months CENTER TOWNSHIP: Road widening, bridge projects expected to take several months
2 weeks ago - - CHAUNCEY ROSS
GRACETON — Plans for a four-month-long road closing and construction project by the township supervisors and Pennsylvania Department of Transportation are on track for this summer on Bethel Church Road. [Read More]
Troop celebrates Scout Sunday Troop celebrates Scout Sunday
2 weeks ago -
Scouts and leaders from Troop 24 and Pack 24 joined Pastor Stephen C. Bond on Sunday at the Hope Lutheran Church in Homer City to celebrate Scout Sunday. [Read More]
Wildcats get their revenge on Comets Wildcats get their revenge on Comets
2 weeks ago - - DUSTIN FILLOY
HOMER CITY — Penns Manor came alive late, nabbed its first lead of the game with 1:49 left in the fourth quarter and appeared poised to seal a come-from-behind win over Homer-Center. [Read More]
AS I SEE IT: Pennsylvania should prioritize public education students AS I SEE IT: Pennsylvania should prioritize public education students
2 weeks ago -
As Pennsylvania faces continued budget challenges for the coming fiscal year, every dollar matters, particularly for students in our public schools. [Read More]
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