Oldest citizens get new advocate
Facing what he calls an exploding population of people who are 85 years old and older, Sam Bellich, newly appointed director of Mercer County Area Agency on Aging Inc., says he intends to be the best advocate he can possibly be, even while needs outpace funding at every turn.
Postal Service public meeting set for Jan. 24
A letter recently arrived from the Postal Service, saying a review process is under way for Jackson Center post office.
Christmas in the Park winners named
The Grove City Area Chamber of Commerce recently announced the winners of the lighted displays at the fourth annual Christmas in the Park at Grove City Memorial Park.
Goal is getting the beds to kids
Decorated with their favorite cartoon characters and lined with stuffed animals, 3-year-old Michael Biro Jr. and his 7-year-old sister Jaylynn Rust's beds are comfy and cozy.
Parade food drive starts Dec. 8
Olde Town Grove City and the Grove City Community Food Pantry have started the Parade of Trees, an annual event that collects donations for the food pantry by pairing local businesses and nonprofits to display Christmas tree in the merchants' windows.
Salvation Army Red Kettle funds sought
The Salvation Army Red Kettle is at the FNB Bank in Harrisville on Fridays and Saturdays.
SRU creates Climate Action Plan
Slippery Rock University has created a Climate Action Plan that includes a number of actions to reduce environmental impact and encourage green-minded lifestyles.
Dairy princess is from Grove City area
My name is Samantha Weber and I am the 2012-2013 Mercer County Dairy Princess.
Benefit set for Mercer preemie twin boys
Three sisters and their friends have combined forces to help preemie twin brothers born to a Mercer couple.
Harrisville Community Day thank yous extended
Though it was a very hot day for the Harrisville Community Day on July 4, the parade was a great success.
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