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

TDN seeks entries for baby contest

   Parents and grandparents are always quick to capture photos of gummy grins and pensive pouts from their dimpled darlings, so why not use one of those photos to participate in The Daily News’ 10th annual Most Beautiful Baby Contest.  The co Full Story


New manager takes position

   Huntingdon Borough Council members decided to appoint an interim borough manager at a special meeting held Thursday evening.  Beginning today, Friday, June 8, Dan Varner will oversee operations of the borough until such time as a search can be c Full Story


High temperatures can prove deadly

   A car ride might be one of a dog’s favorite things, but leaving Fido behind in the vehicle — even for only a few minutes — can prove to be life-threatening when the weather is even mildly warm. Full Story


Plan designed to aid progress

   Fostering positive progress throughout the region has been the aim of those working to form a landmark six-county comprehensive plan known as Alleghenies Ahead and, after months of effort, implementation is in sight. Full Story


Research underway at Juniata College to combat Tree of Heaven  Free Access 

   The subject of invasive species, whether it be flora or fauna, is one in which there is very rarely good news. Full Story

Public input offered on borough parks

   Members of Huntingdon Borough’s Parks and Recreation Commission hosted a public meeting Tuesday night at Portstown Park, Huntingdon, to explore ideas to encourage use of parks, trails and the Isett Community Swimming Pool.  Commission chai Full Story


Events planned along Juniata

   Plans are in place for a “gorges” and exciting weekend as opening of two new community-owned river access projects in Mapleton and Mount Union is celebrated.  The boat launches frame a local landmark and natural wonder, the gorge at Full Story


Keeping kids engaged

Local libraries host summer reading programs, events

   School’s out for the summer, but that’s no reason for the learning to stop.  Libraries throughout Huntingdon County are setting up for some spectacular summer reading programs to keep kids of all ages engaged and entertained.  Full Story


Huntingdon County First Book hosts French dinner

   An event hosted by Huntingdon County First Book Saturday night transported guests to the banks of the Seine, as they enjoyed traditional cuisine at “At a French Bistro” at St. James Evangelical Lutheran Church, Huntingdon.  Full Story

Reported spill probed by DEP

   The state Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) is investigating a report of a potential inadvertent return in relation to construction work on the Mariner East 2 pipeline in Union Township.  “DEP staff are investigating the report Full Story

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