Monthly Archives: September 2016

‘My second time being shot’: Carriage House gunshot victim

By Amelia Atkins INDIANA – The party at Carriage House Apartments was winding down at about 1:45 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 3, the start of Labor Day weekend. More than 50 people, many of them students at Indiana University of … Continue reading

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The coldest homicide case in Indiana County

A Civic Project story By The HawkEye staff BLAIRSVILLE — Pauline Fumea Alexander, 79, has known who murdered her husband since a couple of teenage boys found his decomposing bullet-riddled remains by a swimming hole near here on a broiling … Continue reading

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The gunfire at Carriage House

By The HawkEye staff INDIANA – News accounts attributed to local police and a spokeswoman for Indiana University of Pennsylvania reported that as many as 40 gunshots were fired during a late-night melee at an off-campus apartment development last weekend. … Continue reading

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IUP faculty union president: Why I will strike

Opinion By Nadene A. L’Amoreaux INDIANA – Next week, faculty members and coaches at Indiana University of Pennsylvania and our sister universities across the commonwealth will vote on whether to authorize a strike. We will vote in the face of … Continue reading

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