HARRISBURG — A fight to block Gov. Tom Wolf from closing two state centers for the intellectually disabled produced a second large majority in Pennsylvania’s Republican-controlled Legislature on Wednesday, even as Wolf vowed to continue a decades-old trend away from institutional care.
PINE TOWNSHIP — The Allegheny Health Network-Grove City Medical Center merger, finalized last week, will be a “win-win” for the area, Grove City Medical Center’s former board chairman said.
BUTLER COUNTY – A Slippery Rock Township man is facing charges after his pickup truck became stuck on railroad tracks near his home, causing an accident with a train.
PINE TOWNSHIP — When Karen Kellerman first learned about Grove City Medical Center’s affiliation agreement with Allegheny Health Network, she was interested to see how it would play out.
EDITOR’S NOTE: This is part of an occasional series from Grove City Area Historical Society and Museum showcasing its organizations collections and activities.
GROVE CITY – When Ashley Henshaw learned about a documentary that highlights individuals with intellectual disabilities, she knew she wanted to share it with as many people as possible.
EDINBORO — Forensic science and store surveillance video are being used in an effort to determine who released bed bugs at the Edinboro-area Walmart store.
PINE TOWNSHIP – The township supervisors reorganized on Monday night during their first meeting in 2020. New supervisor Bill Pritchard was named chair, and Richard Stachel was appointed vice chair.
HARRISBURG – More than 612,000 motorists have gotten Real ID driver’s licenses since the state began making them available in March, said Alexis Campbell, a spokeswoman for the Department of Transportation.
LACKAWANNOCK TOWNSHIP – Charges are pending against a contracted FedEx driver who is accused of tossing packages into a ditch along Horvath Road in Lackawannock Township instead of delivering them to customers in the Hermitage area.
When Devin Kays receives his diploma this morning at Slippery Rock University, he’ll be thinking of how proud his sister Megan Kays would be of his accomplishments.
Elva F. HANBY, 65, of Grove City.
Elva F., 65, of Grove City. Memorial service: 11 a.m. Saturday (1-25-20) in Grace United Methodist Church, 210 S. Broad St., Grove City. Arrangements by CUNNING-HAM FUNERAL HOME Inc., 306 Bessemer Ave., Grove City.
Raymond E., 91, of Grove City. Visitation: 10 a.m. till the time of service Friday (1-17-20) in CUNNINGHAM FUNERAL HOME Inc., 306 Bessemer Ave., Grove City. Funeral services: 11 a.m. Friday in the funeral home. Burial: Slippery Rock Cemetery.
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