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Siren’s call draws complaints
Firefighters still don’t believe any changes should be made to an emergency siren in a residential area in Grove City – although citizens have complained numerous times to borough council about the noise.
Nogay plans to retire
Slippery Rock Area School District Superintendent Dr. Kathleen Nogay is retiring at the end of the school year, ending her four-decade career as an educator.
Wendell August’s gift to itself: A fresh new start
No matter what you call it, Will Knecht is excited that Wendell August is finally ready to start the next chapter of what’s been quite a journey for the metal forge business, a beloved local company that was devastated by an accidental fire in early 2010 at its original Grove City location.
GC race highly contested
Candidates running for seats on Grove City School Board have overpowered this year's municipal election.
Council, mayor candidates take stage
One person is running for mayor of Slippery Rock in Tuesday's general election while five candidates are vying for three council seats, and the group recently shared their goals and concerns for the borough during a public forum.
Two running for Rock school board seat
Two incumbents are vying for an opening on Slippery Rock school board in Tuesday's general election.
Cousins find body of man who drowned in Sandy Lake
The dedication of family and friends searching for a man presumed dead in the waters of Sandy Lake produced bittersweet results on Wednesday.
New fire station plans laid out
Slippery Rock council members on Tuesday got their first look at detailed land development plans for the borough's new fire station.
Local drilling reports include violations
The most recent reports of local gas and oil drilling activities in the Allied News coverage area show new permits and violations have been issued.
Website, group monitor water, educate public
Members of the Lawrence and Mercer Alliance for Aquatic Resources Monitoring program are continuing to provide tools and resources for area residents to help monitor water quality as gas and oil drilling activities keep moving forward.
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