April Feagley

Job Title: People & Pastimes and Religion Editor, Staff Writer
Covers: Huntingdon County Planning Commission, Juniata College
About: April began working at The Daily News in 2011 after completing a Bachelor of Science degree at Lancaster Bible College. She is a 1992 graduate of Huntingdon Area High School, where she was a participant in the press club.
Phone: (814) 643-4040 ext. 132

Other articles by this author


Former Huntingdon man charged with felonies

   A former Huntingdon resident has been charged with multiple felony counts in Cumberland County including solicitation of explicit photographs from a minor.  Full Story


Grants manager hired by county

   The county’s new grant administrator recently joined the staff at the Huntingdon County Planning Office and is ready to set about the work of securing funds for local municipal projects.  Melody Mason of Cordele, Georgia, is no stranger to Full Story


Judge appointed to new task force

   Huntingdon County President Judge George Zanic has been appointed to a task force charged with performing a comprehensive review of investigating grand juries by the state Supreme Court. Full Story

Huntingdon code enforcement officer hired

   A new code enforcement officer was hired during the regular meeting of Huntingdon Borough Council June 18.  Council unanimously voted to hire James Morris to fill the vacant position. Full Story


Planners frustrated with rehab project

   Frustration over delays with a housing rehabilitation project was discussed at the annual picnic meeting of the Huntingdon County Planning Commission Thursday night.  Full Story


Building towards future

Construction projects at Juniata College nearly complete

   The summer has not been a quiet one on the Juniata College campus, as several building projects are underway in full force.  Passersby have observed extensive renovation projects at both Good Hall and Brumbaugh Academic Center (BAC), constructio Full Story


Juniata College named in survey  Free Access 

   The faculty and staff at Juniata College received another reason to smile as the institution has been recognized as a “Great College to Work For” by the annual Chronicle of Higher Education survey for the 10th consecutive year. Full Story


JC graduate receives national recognition  Free Access 

   A 2017 Juniata College graduate’s efforts to make a mark on Huntingdon during the planting of 250 trees in honor of a milestone anniversary has resulted her receiving national recognition. Full Story

June’s rainfall totals just below average

   Nearly four inches of rain fell in the county during the month of June, according to rainfall totals from the Huntingdon County Emergency Management Agency.  Reports indicate 3.78 inches of rain fell in June, which is only slightly lower than th Full Story


Lyme disease cases climb

County residents experience tick-borne illnesses

   Huntingdon County residents of all ages are among those who have received or are receiving treatment for Lyme disease as the number of cases nationwide continues to rise.  Full Story

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