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Wagon Train has history covered
The Appalachian Wagon Train is making its way through the area this week, and one of their first stops was Slippery Rock Community Park on Monday.
Donors enable July 4 fireworks
The Star-Spangled Banner will wave and fireworks will light the sky on the Fourth of July in Grove City after all.
A Grove City-area man who initially escaped from authorities has been arrested for reportedly grabbing a 9-year-old boy in the bathroom of the Pine Township Walmart Thursday afternoon.
Only one charge stands for ex-Altra manager
A former Grove City man whose 105 N. Broad St. apartment was raided for stolen weapons in December, is looking at significantly reduced charges during sentencing next month in Mercer County Court of Common Pleas.
Spotlight on Strawberry Days
Pictured bove, Madison Long, 6, visiting from Knoxville, Tenn., pets an alpaca. Alpacas were from Long Lasting Alpaca Acres in Grove City.
Below, Dana Colada of Morgantown, W. Va., paints the face of Abilgail Shimek of Grove City.
Published June 11, 2014, in Allied News. Pick up a copy at 201 A Erie St., Grove City.
Drilling violations, permits for May detailed
Ten violations and 26 permits for gas and oil drilling were issued during the month of May, and drilling has begun at a handful of local sites.
Parents make plea for smaller classes
Slippery Rock school directors were reminded Monday they have a lot to consider between now and June 30 - their deadline to adopt the final budget for the 2014-15 school year.
Early publication deadlines for holiday
Due to the Fourth of July holiday, news, community and sports items for the July 5 edition of Allied News must be submitted by 4 p.m. Wednesday, July 2, and obituaries must be sent by 11 a.m. Thursday, July 3. Allied News will be closed on Friday, July 4.
Jane Vasconi, of Hermitage, left, buys some flowers from Janet Updyke on Thursday at the Olde Town Grove City Farmers’ Market.
Rock spring bulk trash date set
The 2015 date for spring bulk trash pickup in Slippery Rock was approved at Tuesday’s council meeting with little discussion.
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