Articles by: Andrew Bundy

Police Chief Terry Young

Brockway Police Chief Warns Residents To Avoid Scams

BROCKWAY, Pa. (EYT) – Phone scams are a common way for scammers to get money from people, and a Brockway resident was almost a victim of one during January. FULL ARTICLE
by · February 14, 2019 · Local News, Police & Fire Calls
Brockway police escort the 2017 Tour de Brockway Peloton Parade.

Brockway Hopes To Enter In Countywide Mutual Aid Agreement

BROCKWAY, Pa. (EYT) – Pending the solicitor’s review, the Brockway Borough Council passed a countywide mutual aid agreement for police support. FULL ARTICLE
by · February 13, 2019 · Local News
January Busy For Brockway Police

January Busy For Brockway Police

BROCKWAY, Pa. (EYT) – The month of January gave Brockway Police Department officers a chance to help out the community as well as enforce the laws. FULL ARTICLE
by · February 13, 2019 · Local News, Police & Fire Calls
Jefferson County Residents Need to Plan Ahead to Be on the Ballot

Jefferson County Residents Need to Plan Ahead to Be on the Ballot

BROOKVILLE, Pa. (EYT) – Brockway Borough Councilman Lu Inzana made a trip to the Jefferson County Courthouse to get the forms he needs to run to keep his seat on the Brockway Borough Council. FULL ARTICLE
by · February 11, 2019 · Local News, Political
Library Volunteer Establishes Attitude for Institution

Library Volunteer Establishes Attitude for Institution

BROCKWAY, Pa. (EYT) – Francis Patricia “Pat” Erickson worked for many years at Mengle Memorial Library, setting the tone of the type of library Mengle would become. FULL ARTICLE
by · February 10, 2019 · Local News
Brockway Borough Gets Thanked By Residents

Brockway Borough Gets Thanked By Residents

BROCKWAY, Pa. (EYT) – Several Brockway residents came to Thursday's borough council meeting to thank the road crew for their work during the winter. FULL ARTICLE
by · February 8, 2019 · Local News
Brockway Graduate Takes A Different Path

Brockway Graduate Takes A Different Path

BROCKWAY, Pa. (EYT) – Most high school students are driven to get a job, join the military, or go to college right after high school. Like an unintended consequence of the standardized tests that have dominated education in recent decades, students may see these three options as their only choices. FULL ARTICLE
by · February 5, 2019 · Local News
Brockway Schools Prepared for Safe 2 Say

Brockway Schools Prepared for Safe 2 Say

BROCKWAY, Pa. (EYT) – The Safe 2 Say Something Anonymous Reporting Program is a statewide initiative to give students a chance to protect themselves and their schools, and the Brockway Area School District is making sure its teachers know what to expect. FULL ARTICLE
by · January 23, 2019 · Local News
Jenna Ceriani (right) participates in an INAM skit to help seventh graders learn about bullying.

Brockway Seventh Graders Learn About Bullying

BROCKWAY, Pa. (EYT) – A student had his cell phone smashed. A girl was tripped in the hallway and mocked. Another girl had rumors spread about her. These events would be traumatic if they happened to anyone in high school, but these particular incidents were skits helping seventh graders learn how to handle bullying. FULL ARTICLE
by · January 22, 2019 · Local News
A copy of There's a Wocket in my Pocket sent home with a Brockway kindergartner to help build his home library.

Brockway Library Sends Books Home To Keep

BROCKWAY, Pa. (EYT) – When a family starts out, extra money for books may not be in the budget. While parents know that reading is important, they may find it difficult to provide their child with the right tools. FULL ARTICLE
by · January 21, 2019 · Local News