JEFFERSON TOWNSHIP – Jacks-R-Wild Bar and Grille, 7253 W. Market St., Jefferson Township, faces a fine of $2,500 after an investigation by the state police Bureau of Liquor Control Enforcement.

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  • By Quinn Schwartz Herald Staff Writer

Last week’s frigid temperatures brought an uptick in calls to the Mercer County Humane Society, a sign that some folks still need to be educated on how to better care for their four-legged companions during the frigid winter months. 

  • By NATALIE EASTWOOD Herald Staff Writer

SHARON — Police are investigating a robbery of a 55-year-old man who was attacked by an unidentified man about 3:20 p.m. Tuesday on the Silver Street Bridge

District Judge William S. O’Donnell, Slippery Rock

  • By MELISSA KLARIC Herald Staff Writer

SANDY LAKE TOWNSHIP – A Sandy Lake Township man charged with inappropriately touching a 13-year-old girl was sentenced last week to probation.

District Judge D. Neil McEwen, Pine Township

  • By MELISSA KLARIC Herald Staff Writer

MERCER – Mercer County District Attorney Miles K. Karson Jr. will stand trial on all 17 misdemeanor charges filed in October by the state Attorney General’s office.

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(RNN) - A suspect is in custody following an attempted terrorist attack in the subway station under the Port Authority Bus Terminal in midtown Manhattan earlier today.

  • By MELISSA KLARIC Herald Staff Writer

SOUTH PYMATUNING TOWNSHIP – For months earlier this year, John Brannon, the owner of Shallow Creek Kennels, confronted a mystery. Some of his dogs in training to become police canine officers were being tormented so badly that they were injuring themselves.

District Judge D. Neil McEwen, Pine Township

Buhl Community Water Company opened up one of its water towers last Wednesday night to showcase plans for its facility upgrade.

  • By DAVID L. DYE Herald Staff Writer

SANDY LAKE — Republican William Consiglio, 35, is the only one running for mayor of Sandy Lake borough, but the candidate still has to contend with felony charges.

  • By MELISSA KLARIC Herald Staff Writer

FAIRVIEW TOWNSHIP – Three young men sat in District Judge William L. Fagley’s Mercer courtroom early Thursday afternoon wearing orange jumpsuits with their hands cuffed and their feet shackled.

  • By MELISSA KLARIC Herald Staff Writer

MERCER – The man charged with burglarizing the Mustang Bar on Oct. 11 is now accused of breaking into his landlord’s home at the end of September.