HUBBARD, Ohio – Corner House Christian Church sponsors an Active Shooter Civilian Response Training for all organizations and the public, presented by Hubbard Police Department, from 8 a.m. to noon Sept. 14 at the church, 6954 Chestnut Ridge Road, Hubbard.
Like many elected officials in the region, Lawrence County Commissioner Dan Vogler saw a potential economic boost from the under-construction ethane cracker plant in Beaver County.
HARRISBURG (AP) — Pennsylvania officials have announced plans to close two of the remaining state centers for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities over the next three years.
A suspect in the shooting deaths of a mother and son in their Crawford County home, has been found in Charleston, W.Va., after a search that included reports of possible sightings in Stoneboro and Florida.
HARRISBURG (AP) — High tolls on the Pennsylvania Turnpike do not violate the right of truckers and other motorists to travel between states, a federal appeals court ruled Tuesday, upholding a lower-court dismissal of a lawsuit against state agencies and officials.
CLARION – Clarion Healthcare System and Butler Health System say they have signed a definitive agreement to integrate CHS and its affiliates, including Clarion Hospital, into Butler Health System.
OIL CITY – The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation invites the public to review a display of plans for the rehabilitation of the Fredonia Road bridge over Interstate 79 in Lake Township.
GROVE CITY – As construction continues at Hillview Intermediate Center, parents and students need to be aware of a few changes once school starts.
This past Saturday you might have seen over 60 motorcycles venturing through Harrisville on their way down 58 East. This brigade was headed to Creek Bottom Road in Harrisville to join the Homes for the Troops key presentation ceremony for Justin Hendrickson and his wife Jennie.
SPRINGFIELD TOWNSHIP — A Charlotte, N.C. man was airlifted to a Pittsburgh’s hospital after a minivan he was riding in rolled over on Interstate 79 Saturday in Springfield Township.
Right now, these few temporary walls that were constructed at the Harrisville Park Pavilion may not look like anything yet but what this pavilion has in store in the next few months will surprise you.
MERCER – As more people turn to non-medicated options to improve their mental and physical health, businesses like Stacey’s Reiki and Essentials are expanding to meet customers’ demands.
HARRISBURG – After two area grandparents reported intimidating phone calls in which the caller demanded money for a grandchild in trouble, state Sen. Michele Brooks reminds consumers that fraudulent callers are impersonating law enforcement agents or grandchildren- and telling recipients the…
MERCER — In what officials called a proactive effort to head off a ransomware attack, Mercer County Commissioners approved two contracts Thursday to shore up digital security.
t’s been 50 years since the first practical nursing class was offered in Mercer County, and a reception is in the works to celebrate the program.
Mrs. John William (Susan Marie), 85, Grove City. A service will be held for both Susan and John in the E. J. Fifthian Chapel of Tower Presbyterian Church, 248 S. Broad St., Grove City,at 11 a.m. Saturday (9-14-19). Arrangements entrusted to CUNNINGHAM FUNERAL HOME Inc., 306 Bessemer Ave., Gr…
Wilmette J., 94, of Jackson Center. Calling hours: None. Online condolences may be sent to the family by visiting www.Black FuneralHomes.net. Service: None, per Wilmette's wishes. Burial: Private, Pleasant Hill Cemetery. Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to BLACK FUNERAL HOMES of Ston…
Wilmette J. Paddock, 94, of Jackson Center, passed away on Aug. 12, 2019, at Butler Memorial Hospital. Wilmette was born on May 2, 1925, in Coolspring Township to the late Michael J. and Minnie F. Stubbs King. She was a graduate of Fredonia-Delaware High School and went on to work at Westing…
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