Teen charged with arson in district fire

BRIDGEVILLE — A 14-year-old male was charged with second-degree arson following two fires on Woodbridge School District property on April 30, authorities said. According to State Fire Marshal Chief Deputy spokesman John Galaska on Thursday, maintenance and storage structures were damaged on the Phillis Wheatley Elementary School grounds. The fire was reported shortly after 7 […]

Community raising funds for Woodbridge star quarterback diagnosed with cancer

BRIDGEVILLE — Woodbridge High senior Troy Haynes spent the last four years winning games on the football field, collecting two state titles and All-State honors as the team’s starting quarterback. On April 26, the 18-year-old was diagnosed with kidney cancer and is set to undergo surgery to remove his infected kidney and clean the lymph […]

Letter to the Editor: Vote No to higher taxes

If you ask the same question over and over again, sooner or later you will get the answer you want. This is how some children and the Woodbridge School District leaders think. We told them no in March, they did not like that answer. Now they ask for the same amount. Again! Forget trying to […]