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New restaurant is open for business in Burnham

June 9, 2011 BURNHAM — Previously known as Luba’s Restaurant, a Burnham mainstay was re-opened on April 6 with a new name: the Cedar House Restaurant, located at 206 W. Freedom Avenu. more »»

Zumba instructors open Burnham fitness center

June 6, 2011 BURNHAM — Zumba Fitness — described by its official website as a “Latin-inspired, calorie-burning dance fitness-party” — has become quite popular since its inception in 1999. more »»

Expanding the airwaves

March 11, 2011 BEAVER SPRINGS — After working with local radio stations for many years, technician Clint Heiser saw something missing in the central Pennsylvania airwaves — southern gospel music. more »»

Choose wisely when selecting a tax preparer

March 5, 2011 LEWISTOWN — As tax season approaches, those interested in hiring a professional tax preparer may want to consider a few things. more »»

Agencies prep for cuts in funding

March 4, 2011 LEWISTOWN — With the U.S. more »»

Local artisans open co-op in downtown Lewistown

February 25, 2011 LEWISTOWN — Crafters from all over the Juniata Valley have teamed up to open a co-op in downtown Lewistown that offers a variety of homemade crafts and collectibles. more »»

Company imports machine, enhances paper production

February 11, 2011 LEWISTOWN — An overseas investment in a high-technology machine has enabled a local paper company to enhance production and better compete with a variety of markets. Nittany Paper Mills Inc. more »»

CRI expands its Lewistown location

December 30, 2010 LEWISTOWN — Community Resources for Independence Inc. more »»

Pa. Turnpike tolls set to increase beginning Jan. 2

December 30, 2010 HARRISBURG — Pennsylvania turnpike toll fees will increase beginning 12:01 a.m. Sunday, Jan. 2, 2011, according to a press release. The most common Turnpike toll will jump from $1 to $1. more »»

History of J.C. Blair hospital is published

November 26, 2010 HUNTINGDON — By pulling together bits and pieces of history, two local women have teamed up to put together a book about the beginnings, the changing times and everything in between, of J.C. more »»

Brides sample day of delights at Sentinel expo

October 11, 2010 LEWISTOWN — Floral arrangements, wedding gowns, samples of cake and other fine foods filled the Lewistown Country Club on Sunday afternoon for The Sentinel’s third annual Bridal Expo. more »»

Restaurant changes hands, but stays within the family

September 24, 2010 LEWISTOWN — For seven years, Justin Wortman has been in the family business of running restaurants. more »»

Allensville man opens office at local chiropratic center

September 8, 2010 LEWISTOWN — Fresh out of school, Samuel Yoder has started a chiropractic business in Lewistown, with hopes of some day expanding. Yoder’s business, which opened on Aug. more »»

Local woman turns her hobby into new buisness

September 4, 2010 RICHFIELD — Kristin Hoffman likes to add a “personal touch” to wedding flowers. more »»

Local motorcycle shop adds performance center

July 7, 2010 McALISTERVILLE — After adding a new unit to their motorcycle service shop, owners Andy and Seth Zendt are able to offer customers something they may not be able to find anywhere else locall. more »»

Mobile coffee shop hopes to provide convienience

June 12, 2010 THOMPSONTOWN — Need coffee on the go? No problem for those driving through Thompsontown on weekday mornings. more »»

CILCP expands fitness center

April 28, 2010 NEWPORT — The Center for Independent Living of Central PA will expand its fully accessible fitness center into Newport. more »»

Ink Garage looking to make its mark locally

March 12, 2010 LEWISTOWN — Tired of paying high prizes for ink and toner? A new business might be able to help. At 9 a.m. more »»

Derry Heights grant could be held up

December 8, 2009 YEAGERTOWN — Although the developers of the Derry Heights project have been awarded a $2 million grant through the state’s Redevelopment Assistance Program, it doesn’t look like they’ll be cashing... more »»

Volunteer, business honored by Junior Achievement

October 30, 2009 LEWISTOWN — Rick Cahill, of GE Inspection Technologies, and The First National Bank of Mifflintown were honored Friday by Junior Achievement of Central Pennsylvania In. more »»



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