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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.
Mercer County Women's Connect meets
Mercer County women of all ages representing a variety of careers and backgrounds have been meeting twice a month for the past three months to exchange information and ideas, seek advice and share a few laughs.
Digging for good dirt
A state grant is paying for two men to dig through garbage Dumpsters in Mercer, Lawrence, Beaver and Fayette counties.
Until the end of June, Pennsylvania Resources Council's regional composting program manager, Nick Shorr, and waste diversion specialist, Ross Hirschfeld, will be digging into Dumpsters of some of the biggest generators of waste - schools, hospitals, nursing homes, grocery stores and restaurants - to find usable compost.
Service honors those who sacrificed for us
Men and women who served in the armed forces and gave the ultimate sacrifice were remembered Sunday afternoon in a moving ceremony held at Crestview Memorial Park in honor of Memorial Day.
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