HARRISBURG – The eight Pennsylvania Republican members of Congress who objected to the state’s electoral votes earlier this month week took more than $350,000 in 2019-2020 from the political action committees of 24 major companies that have announced they won’t donate to lawmakers who challe…

COVID-19 testing is now available at Grove City Premium Outlets.

Grove City Area School District is entering into talks with the Grove City YMCA on the lease of Highland Primary Center.

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After serving nearly a dozen years as a district magistrate, D. Neil McEwen is eyeing a new role in the local judicial system.

SLIPPERY ROCK TOWNSHIP – Slippery Rock Township officials in Butler County are hosting a public hearing to review a request made by a company wanting to operate an asphalt plant.

So many of our readers enjoy seeing stories about kids and young adults, and I’m happy to see families get excited about having one of their own featured in the newspaper.

PINE TOWNSHIP – Pine Township supervisors are considering an appeal of the Tri-County Industries Inc. landfill permit approval.

PINE TOWNSHIP – A dog abandoned last weekend at the Pine Township fire station is doing well, and the person suspected of leaving her behind could face charges.

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GROVE CITY – Grove City school directors had a difficult time choosing from among what board members said was four deserving applicants.

Despite years of public opposition, the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection has approved the permit application for Tri-County Industries Inc. to operate a municipal waste landfill in Liberty and Pine townships near Grove City.

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The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection has approved Tri-County Industries Inc.'s application to operate a landfill in Liberty and Pine townships.

A project about two years in the making has resulted in a beautified green space in Grove City.

GROVE CITY – Sewer and water rates in Grove City are on the rise.

GROVE CITY – Grove City school board is in the process of filling a vacancy created by the resignation of Ray Abplanalp.

GROVE CITY – In an investigation that covered crimes in four counties, Grove City police filed charges against two people believed to be part of a Michigan-based crime ring in multiple thefts of catalytic converters from vehicles.

PINE TOWNSHIP – As the holiday season approached, the Hindmans knew they wanted to do something special for the community in memory of the youngest member of their family.

School board hosting special meeting

Property taxes in Springfield Township are expected to hold steady in 2021, but a sewage rate hike is on the table.

Eden Husband is feeding folks in more ways than one.

GROVE CITY – Remote instruction in the Grove City school district has been extended by a week.

GROVE CITY – The Grove City Salvation Army Service Unit is still looking for volunteers to help “ring the bells” for its Red Kettle Campaign.

GROVE CITY – Grove City school board has a new president, though that decision became a point of contention during the virtual reorganization meeting on Monday night.

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MERCER – There must have been some magic: The mystery of the missing Mercer snowman has been solved, thanks to the power of social media.

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GROVE CITY – This has been a tough year for nonprofits, especially for food pantries trying to navigate the challenges created by the COVID-19 pandemic.

When a former Grove City couple was presented with an opportunity to relocate to the Netherlands, making the move was not a tough decision.

PINE TOWNSHIP – A Slippery Rock man is facing charges including drunken driving and agricultural vandalism after an incident in Pine Township.

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GROVE CITY – A new charitable organization to help support Grove City Area School District students has been established.

GROVE CITY – A Grove City man allegedly caused enough of a disturbance at a local bar that it had to shut down for the night.

Businesses and organizations are getting creative with holiday events in an effort to offer up fun and safe Christmas cheer.

GROVE CITY – The Christmas movie that filmed a scene in Grove City earlier this year is coming to a television or computer screen near you.

Grove City will once again have a town Christmas tree.

All Grove City Area School District classes moved to remote education through Friday, Dec. 4.

Grove City residents won’t see a property tax hike in 2021, but their water and sewer rates are expected to go up.

As members of the Grove City Salvation Army Service Unit prepare for a busy holiday season, they want to remind people about their year-round work.

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