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Landfill denied again
Once again Tri-County Landfill Inc.'s quest for a permit to reopen a landfill outside Grove City was rejected by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection.
No greater love
The words of Jesus in John 15:13 in the Bible could be a description of a fallen veteran: "Greater love has no man than this, that he lays down his life for his friends."
Public invited to pick up a bell, play along
The Celebration Community Ringers Handbell Choir is looking for new members, and it doesn't take much skill to learn to play along with the Grove City-based group.
Ex-MIU4 chief charged with theft of $2,000
The former director of Midwestern Intermediate Unit IV, Grove City, created a computer file on her work computer that Grove City police believe shows that she knew she had wrongly used an agency credit card.
Stoneboro sights and sizzle
A view of the fair grounds from atop the ferris wheel Saturday shows a number of rides for all ages. The Great Stoneboro Fair ran from Aug. 28 through Labor Day and included food, fireworks, live music, games, animals and more. Published Sept. 4, 2013, in Allied News. Pick up a copy at 201 A Erie St., Grove City.
GC senior is Merit Scholar semifinalist
A Grove City girl is the only local high school student to be named a semifinalist in the 2014 National Merit Scholarship Program.
School board weighs drilling
Slippery Rock school board members are keeping the students in mind as they consider information about part of a potential drill site that might end up on the edge of district property.
Board OKs raises
Raises for non-union employees were approved at Monday's Grove City Area School Board meeting with some concerns.
Bullying topic at board's meeting
School directors in Grove City had a full house at Monday's business meeting, with citizens concerned about various issues in the district - including bullying.
Councilman: Restore trash pickup to May
Slippery Rock's solid waste committee has yet to hold its first meeting, but at least one council member feels it's time to bury the hatchet on the bulk trash issue and move on.
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