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Developers discover sewage capacity is issue in Springfield
Tensions were a bit high on Tuesday when developers went before Springfield Township supervisors for their blessing on various hotel plans - and were met with resistance over sewage capacity.
Rock bulk trash pickup restored to May - finally
After about 10 months of urging from residents, landlords and one councilman, Slippery Rock borough council on Tuesday voted in favor of changing the spring bulk trash pickup date from March back to May.
Pantry requests fruit, radio broadcast set, stores offer deals
Food pantry requests fruit in February, Ithen Global offers deal; Thrifty Threads sale is on
Rock superintendent search, stadium project moving forward
Slippery Rock school board members on Monday approved two significant projects for the district: hiring a consultant to help with the search for a new superintendent, and moving forward with plans to possibly renovate the entire football stadium and field.
Violations, drilling permits recounted
There were nine gas/oil drilling violations in the area as well as permits approved in January, and part of December, according to a number of sources that list local records.
Gay GC senior tells board of bullies, wants support
Beverly Blake spoke to Grove City school directors on Monday about being bullied in high school because of her sexual orientation.
A convoy of antique tractors followed the casket of a Stoneboro man on Thursday; Jack L. Kline's hearse was a hay trailer pulled by his vintage Farmall.
Chamber celebrates service above self
Members of the Grove City Area Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday night shared their success stories and their ideas for what they hope to be an exciting year.
'Sex orientation' nixed from harassment policy
Grove City school directors on Monday agreed to have "sexual orientation" and other terms removed from the district's proposed harassment policies, said the superintendent.
Beware 1-ring phone scam
If you get a one-ring call on your phone from an unfamiliar area code, there’s a good chance it’s a scam. Don’t call back.
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