I’m sure many of you have heard this before: migraine is more than just a headache.
Wearing a T-shirt bearing images of chickens and the words “I love my ladies,” Don Huntington held Flora the hen, who sat quietly as he talked about how each of his seven hens has her own personality.
PINE TOWNSHIP — The chief executive officer of George Junior Republic cast doubt on a state police report that gang activity fueled a May 3 incident where one resident teen is accused of stabbed another.
GROVE CITY — A new hire started Monday as the Midwestern Intermediate Unit IV’s director of business services, filling an almost two-month-long void.
Musician Trent Reznor, who grew up in Mercer and graduated from Mercer Area High School in 1983, received yet another major industry award Sunday night with his second Academy Award, this one for the soundtrack to the animated Disney feature “Soul.”
GROVE CITY – A Pine Township man is facing theft charges for allegedly stealing more than two dozen trees from Grove City Memorial Park to plant at his home.
GROVE CITY – The latest addition to the community garden at Grove City Middle School adds a splash of color while displaying the importance of water conservation.
Residents who spoke Thursday, April 15, at a state Department of Environmental Protection virtual hearing expressed alarm that hydraulic fracturing well waste could wind up in a landfill that Tri-County Industries wants to reopen in Pine and Liberty townships.
GROVE CITY — For the 30th year in a row, the Midwestern Intermediate Unit IV won’t need to increase the contributions from its school districts — but preparing its general operating budget is still a complicated process.
GROVE CITY – April 20 is the magic day: The Grove City Historical Society will reopen for the season from noon to 3 p.m., observing CDC safety guidelines.
A recent virtual forum about the Slippery Rock community focused on how local groups and organizations continue to tackle challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic.
GROVE CITY – Quick action by staff at College View Towers and fire crews ensured no one was hurt Thursday afternoon when an oven hood caught fire.
GROVE CITY – One year ago, Grove City High School students had just put the brakes on their spring musical because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, they’re rehearsing for this year’s production, which they’ll be able to share with a live audience.
Arlene of Fairfax,Visiting hours: From 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Friday (06-18-21) at the Gardinier Funeral Home, Inc., 1315 Chestnut Street, Franklin. Funeral service: Her funeral will be held at 11 a.m. on Saturday at the Rockland United Methodist Church, 4357 Kennerdell Road, Kennerdell, PA, wi…
Grace G. Hartman, 86, Liberty Township, passed peacefully in Orchard Manor Thursday, April 1, 2021, following an extended illness. A memorial service will be at 1 p.m. Saturday (6-19-21) at Grace United Methodist Church, 120 S. Broad St., Grove City.
- GC police investigating homicide
- Coroner saves money in drug overdose testing
- Farm market finds new home, leader
- County jail already through yearly overtime budget
- A picture of gratitude
- Charges in Coal Township homicide-by-vehicle case bound to court
- Family Matters column: Living with migraine
- Letters to the editor from June 9, 2021
- School board considers tax hike
- New Castle schools to provide free summer meals