When the Stellar’s sea eagle known as “Kodiak” escaped from the National Aviary in Pittsburgh about a week and a half ago, volunteers from throughout western Pennsylvania pitched in to help find the lost bird.
NEW CASTLE – Disability Options Network, the Center for Independent Living that serves Allegheny, Armstrong, Beaver, Butler, Lawrence, Mercer and Westmoreland counties, was recently awarded grant funding to create a temporary modular ramp rental program. This program will rent temporary ramp…
MERCER — Neighbors of Curtis Esquibel and area support organizations are rallying to the aid of the 31-year-old veteran living with a brain tumor.
PINE TOWNSHIP – The criminal prosecution of a North Carolina man accused of raping a Pine Township girl he connected with on social media will move to Mercer County Common Pleas Court.
FARRELL – A top hospital official at UPMC Horizon and UPMC Jameson in New Castle said the medical center could handle the area’s birthing needs, after Sharon Regional Medical Center closed its birthing unit Wednesday.
GROVE CITY – Grove City College will host Fox News analyst Brit Hume today, Sept. 29. Hume will discuss the state of the news media for “The Press and Free Society” at 7 p.m. in the auditorium of Crawford Hall on campus.
John Tharp’s firsthand experience with the opioid epidemic started when he became sheriff of Lucas County, Ohio, about eight years ago.
GROVE CITY – More than two dozen kids had a difficult time controling their excitement Friday as they gathered at the Grove City Community Library to read to some furry friends.
LAKE TOWNSHIP – Patrons who enjoy Lynchwoods Spirits liquor are imbibing a secret family recipe that has its roots in bootlegging.
GROVE CITY – A Mercer County adult literacy program helped Andria Boggs, who has dyslexia, to earn a high school equivalency diploma at age 20 and seven years after she received a presidential citation for making “straight A’s” in eighth grade.
GROVE CITY – Grove City College will commemorate the 20th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on the United States with a series of in person events and online experiences.
Sharpsville students returned to school last week, as local school districts gear up to enforce Gov. Tom Wolf’s statewide mandate that all school-aged children must weak masks in the classroom. The mandate goes into effect Tuesday.
As of Tuesday, all of the public school districts in Mercer County have begun classes. All schools are offering in-person instruction in spite of rising COVID-19 cases.
MERCER – A common pleas judge sentenced former West Middlesex borough council President Thomas Hartshorn on Wednesday to spend 10 days in jail for sending a 15-year-old a picture of his genitals.
GROVE CITY – After dealing with COVID-19 restrictions and the hospitalization of a staff member, Grove City Community Library’s schedule of family fun is quickly filling up.
OIL CITY – The timeline has been revised for the final detour phase of the Route 8 reconstruction project in Venango County between Barkeyville and Franklin.
LEESBURG – Leesburg ECO Presbyterian Church offered children the opportunity to get up close and personal Saturday with big trucks and construction equipment. The church, in Springfield Township, has held Touch a Truck a few times, but was unable to host the event last year due to the pandemic.
Owen Long, 21 months, of Butler, feeds a goat on Saturday at the Sunflower Festival at Fair Haven Farms in Springfield Township. The inaugural event included vendors, hayrides, games and more.
FINDLEY TOWNSHIP – The Mercer County Jail is taking steps to meet requirements of the state Department of Corrections relating to the Delta variant of COVID-19.
SHARON — Early one morning, about a dozen or so years ago, Tom Moore pulled up in his taxicab at UPMC Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh to pick up a young husband and wife.
The congressional districts in Pennsylvania’s northwest region should be updated so that counties or municipalities are not divided among two or more representatives, residents told state legislatures Tuesday.
Frank Thomas DUDA Jr., Ph.D, 76, Grove City.
Richard L., 67, of Grove City. Visitation: Was Thursday (10-7-21) at CUNNINGHAM FUNERAL HOME Inc., 306 Bessemer Ave., Grove City. Funeral service: Was Friday (10-8-21) at the funeral home, with Pastor Andy Frey officiating. Burial: Prairie Cemetery, Harrisville. Online condolences at cunning…
Frank Thomas, 76, Grove City. Visitation: Family, friends, and others whose lives Frank touched are invited to join the family at FROM 6 TO 8 p.m. Monday (10-11-21) CUNNINGHAM FUNERAL HOME Inc., 306 Bessemer Ave., Grove City, and from 10 to 11 a.m. at East Main Presbyterian Church, 120 E. Ma…
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