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Board adopts proposed budget
Slippery Rock school directors on Monday adopted the proposed budget of $29,390,324 for 2014-15 that includes the possibility of hiring two new teachers.
New library director is familiar face
Apryl Flynn Gilliss’ career path has taken her from Grove City to Maryland and even to a tropical paradise.
McNulty chosen as GCC president
The Grove City College Board of Trustees named former U.S. Deputy Attorney General Paul J. McNulty as the college’s ninth president on Friday, May 16.
Prof: 'Get your living by loving'
The guest speaker at Slippery Rock University's Saturday morning commencement ceremony said he used to have a fear of public speaking, but he told the graduates it didn't stop him from achieving his career goals.
SR board hires superintendent; budget meeting set
Slippery Rock Area School District will have a new leader come July 1.
Taxpayers being asked to pay more
Two members of Grove City school board and three community members showed disapproval of the district's proposed $36,954,101 budget on Monday; however, it passed 6-2.
Boomtown vision set
Members of the Mercer Area Boomtown group continue to make progress on setting goals for the region they believe could have a significant impact on jobs, quality of life, preservation of resources and more.
Will public prayer return?
In a 5-4 vote, the U.S. Supreme Court affirmed uncensored public prayer on Monday - and some local officials have weighed in on the decision.
Report: 9 violations, 46 drilling permits
Nine violations and nearly four dozen permits for gas and oil drilling were issued over the past month, and drilling has started at a number of area sites.
School chief advises 1-mill tax increase
The preliminary budget for next school year in Grove City is expected to increase and the district's superintendent is recommending a tax increase.
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