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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 Indiana County Wide Area news.

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REGIONAL ENTERTAINMENT CENTER REGIONAL ENTERTAINMENT CENTER
1 week ago -
Every Thursday, get the Gazette's complete listing of concerts, films, theater, music, dance and other performing arts. It's all one click away in the entertainment center. [Read More]
Most schools cancel classes in wake of deep snowfall Most schools cancel classes in wake of deep snowfall
2 weeks 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]
Police proposal could cost county $1.57 million Police proposal could cost county $1.57 million
2 weeks ago -
Gov. Tom Wolf’s proposed charge of $25 per resident to municipalities that rely on state police coverage could cost Indiana County a total of about $1.57 million. [Read More]
Alpha Kappa Sorority makes donation Alpha Kappa Sorority makes donation
2 weeks ago -
The Alpha Kappa sorority recently made a donation of coloring pages and crayon packets to Indiana Regional Medical Center’s pediatric unit. [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]
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]
Hockey pro shares techniques with local players Hockey pro shares techniques with local players
2 weeks ago -
Former Pittsburgh Penguins center Tyler Kennedy skated with children Saturday as part of the Little Penguins Learn to Play program at the S&T Bank Arena in White Township. [Read More]
World Thinking Day approaches for Girl Scouts World Thinking Day approaches for Girl Scouts
2 weeks ago -
Girl Scouts in the Indiana region had a busy January honoring traditions, having fun with friends and trying new things. [Read More]
VETERANS' CORNER: VA establishes service connection to eight diseases VETERANS' CORNER: VA establishes service connection to eight diseases
2 weeks ago -
The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) has published regulations to establish presumptions for the service connection of eight diseases associated with exposure to contaminants in the water supply at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. [Read More]
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