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Fracking dangers discussed at Villa
Information about gas and oil drilling and how it can affect area residents can be overwhelming. Those hoping to educate others by sharing their experiences spoke Thursday at a town hall meeting in Pulaski Township.
Mercer group is 'booming'
About 25 people -- residents, business owners and town officials -- brainstormed Wednesday night to work toward a "vision" for the Mercer area, just one of the "Boomtown" goals.
Jeb Bush to speak at GCC
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, who has been mentioned as a possible 2016 presidential candidate, will be the keynote speaker at Grove City College's 134th commencement ceremony at 10 a.m. May 17.
Dog park held back by cost
The Grove City borough council junior members had been hoping to finalize plans for a dog park, but it appears to be more expensive than anticipated.
Springfield, GC moving forward
Springfield Township and Grove City borough officials are taking the next step in moving forward with various projects that could bring more jobs and tax revenues to the region.
TCI steps up; but will Rock enforce recycling?
Tri-County Industries Inc. has made sure every rental property in Slippery Rock that is considered a multi-family unit has received a recycling bin, a considerable task, according to borough officials.
PSU prof shares some shale research
With thousands of gas and oil wells across the state of Pennsylvania, there’s a lot to consider when it comes to what kind of effect that activity could have on any number of factors including jobs, population, the environment and more.
Search for superintendent progresses
Slippery Rock school directors reported Monday they’re making great progress on finding the district’s next leader.
School chief promises better
Grove City’s superintendent of schools made a promise to school board members on Monday “to do a better job” in helping them push through some difficult decisions.
Parking art ahead
Two new sculptures to point out public parking areas were put up in Grove City on Thursday, including one along East Main Street, above, and the other on Pine Street.
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