Sign up for Gobble Wobble
Dan and Carol Zacherl of Slippery Rock came out to the annual Slippery Rock Halloween parade last week and did not disappoint this year with their carefully self-constructed costumes. Last year, they were scarecrows but this year they took on the look of Luminaire and Mrs. Potts from the mov…
PINE TOWNSHIP — On the final day of a tight re-election campaign, U.S. Rep. Mike Kelly finished with a whirlwind tour through the 16th Congressional District, including a stop in Mercer County.
GROVE CITY – The Grove City Area Chamber of Commerce will celebrate the community and the vital role of commerce as it presents five awards during its ninth-annual Grove City Chamber Awards Evening, A Red Carpet Event.
MERCER — Though they couldn’t continue two back-to-back years of cutting the tax rate, Mercer County Commissioners are proud that taxes won’t increase under their proposed 2019 budget.
SLIPPERY ROCK – At Slippery Rock Area School Board’s first meeting Monday after a middle school teacher was accused of sexually assaulting four students, only one district resident questioned officials on the matter.
SANDY LAKE – Most of Curtis Moore’s outings over the last three years have been related to his cancer treatments, so he is looking forward to attending a fundraiser being held in his honor this Saturday.
MERCER COUNTY – Mercer County Communities That Care has been going strong for nearly 25 years, working to bring families together and set positive examples for local youth.
SLIPPERY ROCK – A math teacher at Slippery Rock Area Middle School has been suspended after claims that he inappropriately touched four female students – the third time he has been accused of inappropriate behavior at school.
SHARON – In his campaign for Congress, Ron DiNicola sees himself in opposition not just to four-term incumbent U.S. Rep. Mike Kelly, but also a culture that has made citizens cynical about the democratic process.
JACKSON CENTER — A little building nestled in a yard along stater Route 965 in Worth Township resembles Santa’s Elves’ workshop. A sign out front, “Dingie’s Creations,” causes motorists passing by to wonder” Who is Dingie, and what does she create?
EDITOR’S NOTE: This interview with U.S. Rep. Mike Kelly will be followed by article on Kelly’s opponent, Democratic nominee Ron DiNicola, as well as other races on the ballot in the Nov. 6 election.
PINE TOWNSHIP – Grove City Medical Center, in partnership with Lutheran Senior Life/VNA Hospice is presenting Holiday Grief: Embracing the Season, a community outreach program for those who are facing the holidays after loss.
This Saturday from 4 to 6 p.m. Harrisville will hold its annual trick or treat night Please slow down in the community as the families will be walking house to house.
SPRINGFIELD TOWNSHIP – Members of the Springfield Township Planning Commission agreed Monday to forward the Dollar General land-development plan to the supervisors, but they’re not in favor of the proposed development.
GROVE CITY – Grove City College received a nearly $1 million grant to help establish the Project on Rural Ministry, an outreach to support pastors in rural areas as they serve their congregations and communities.
A woman accused of planning to poison her husband waived her right to a preliminary hearing Wednesday, allowing the case against her to move to Mercer County Court.
DEER CREEK TOWNSHIP – Charges against a Deer Creek Township man accused of firing a gun into his tenant’s home over an electric bill dispute advance to Mercer County Common Pleas Court.
WOLF CREEK TOWNSHIP – Charges are heading to common pleas court for a Phoenix man who was arrested after his semi-truck hit a police cruiser during a traffic stop on Interstate 80, injuring a state trooper.
GROVE CITY – A local CPA is among those recognized with 2018 Young Leader Awards from the Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants, which recognizes individuals under 40 who demonstrate a commitment and a passion toward the accounting profession.
The Slippery Rock Youth Football Senior Squad Cheerleaders stood proud as they participated in their last regular season game against Moniteau — and raised money to help the needy in their community.
SANDY LAKE – The Lakeview Area Public Library is having a moving sale from 1 to 6 p.m. Wednesday to Friday, Oct. 24-26, and 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, Oct. 27, at 56 E. Lacock St., Sandy Lake.
- Police news from Nov. 7, 2018
- Kolb to head Pine-Richland mat program
- Grove City tops Slippery Rock, to face Sharon
- Vivian Lewis is celebrating her 100th Birthday in Nov. 28
- Baby found in store's restroom
- America's public housing upkeep starved for cash
- Trail time
- GC Chamber honors business leaders
- All I want for Christmas are tampons and pads
- Freezing rain, ice contribute to accidents