Chamber Visit with the Easter Bunny Noon – 2:00 p.m., Sat., 04/13/2019
Children enjoy a visit with the Easter Bunny at the Rimersburg Community Building thanks to the Rimersburg Chamber of of Commerce at no charge!
Come Meet & Greet our local Police – all ages invited!
All ages are invited to come meet & greet an officer(s) of our local police department at the Rimersburg Borough Community Building at 484 Main St. on Mon., April 15, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. Police Meet & Greet Flyer
Beware of Tax Fraud and Scams – taxes due 04/15/2019
Know the following things:
- The IRS will not demand immediate tax payment;
- The IRS will not demand specific payment types;
- The IRS will not threaten to arrest for not paying;
- The IRS will not ask for debit or credit card information over the phone or email.
If you are contacted by email or phone and have any of the above experiences, it is fraud and you should report it immediately to the IRS at http://www.irs.gov. Here is a link to a poster you can put up to help protect those around you.
*Get your water and sewer bill in your email and do away with paper bills!
When you register for eBill using the “Pay My Bills” tab, you can pay your bill at Northwest Bank in Rimersburg, mail in a check to the Borough office, or choose to pay it online. The only differences are that you will receive your bill in your email instead of paper, and you will have the ability to view your bill online using “View and Pay Bills.” This does not obligate you to pay online and it helps the environment by using less trees! If you have questions, please contact the Borough Office – we are happy to help. We do not share your email address or any contact information.
- Treasure Lake Church offers acceptance, outreach to all of communityTreasure Lake Church, nestled in the gated community, started out as a small gathering place for Sunday worship several years ago, and has since grown to be a place around 500 people “call home.”
- Elk County Office of Emergency Services recognizes 911 dispatchers this weekRIDGWAY — Communities around the country are recognizing 911 dispatchers for their efforts as a part of National Public Safety Telecommunicator Week.
- DuBois native, World War II veteran reflects on D-Day upon 98th birthdayToday, decorated World War II veteran John Noble turns 98.
- Johnsonburg woman trapped in house fire dies Tuesday nightJOHNSONBURG — A 71-year-old Johnsonburg woman died as a result of a house fire Tuesday night.
- Brockway Area High School math teacher arrested for child pornographyBROCKWAY — A 46-year-old Brockway teacher was arrested Wednesday on 105 counts of possession and dissemination of child pornography and the sexual exploitation of children.
- Spring Creative Crawl had largest number of participants yetThe Spring Creative Crawl held Saturday in downtown DuBois was the most successful one yet, according to Mint Culinary Studio owner and co-organizer Joanne Bish.
- Supervisors OK hiring KTH for preliminary design services for new municipal buildingThe Sandy Township Supervisors, at Monday’s meeting, approved hiring KTH Architects of DuBois for preliminary design services for possible construction of a new municipal building.
- Beaver Drive sidewalk project to begin May 13A major sidewalk project is expected to begin in less than a month in the City of DuBois, according to Manager John “Herm” Suplizio.
- Ridgway Council talks new resolutions, summer paving projectsRIDGWAY — Ridgway Borough Council members gathered for their monthly meeting Monday evening, where new resolutions, ordinances and summer paving projects were hot topics.
- Thinning out the herd-Treasure Lake Wildlife Commitee uses hunting, research in deer management programThe Treasure Lake Wildlife Committee has had great success controlling the deer herd and giving residents and non-residents alike a chance to do some hunting with its deer management program, according to committee President Gene Pendolino.