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GROVE CITY – Grove City police are investigating a homicide that happened Wednesday afternoon at a downtown business.

MERCER – The children in Mrs. Kerry Van Woert’s third-grade class at Mercer Elementary were excited to say “thank you” to Mercer police with a mural outside the police station.

GROVE CITY – Grove City school board members are leaning toward a property tax increase for next school year.

MERCER – The rain held off just long enough for Mercer High School seniors to enjoy a sendoff celebrating the end of a challenging year.

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COOLSPRING TOWNSHIP — Bryndle Berger is one of the Girl Scouts’ newest members, and she was excited to start working toward her first patch.

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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.

COVID-19 canceled a popular car cruise last summer, but the event is back this year and with a different setup.

Unofficial results from the May 18 primary election show that Joe Nash will likely become the next district judge to serve the Slippery Rock area.

GROVE CITY – The COVID-19 pandemic continues to have a large impact on Grove City Area School District’s budget for the 2021-22 school year.

GROVE CITY – Part of Grove City High School is coming alive with plants, fish and lessons about sustainability.

GROVE CITY – Small businesses in Grove City have a second chance to apply for COVID-19 grant funding that has been allocated to the borough.

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.

MERCER – The impending retirement of Mercer County Common Pleas President Judge Robert G. Yeatts will create a vacancy on the county courts.

A retired prosecutor, an attorney, and a software specialist are in the running for the district judge seat based in Slippery Rock.

A retired prosecutor, an attorney, and a software specialist are in the running for the district judge seat based in Slippery Rock.

Five groups and individuals are being honored for their commitment to local conservation efforts.

The Mercer County Conservation District recently hosted the Envirothon competition, which educates high school students in natural resource and environmental sciences.

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.

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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.

GROVE CITY – Grove City school board members on got a preview Monday of how the budget for the 2021-22 school year is coming together.

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 – There’s been a lot going on in the Grove City Area School District, and most of it is positive, according to administrators.

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As new data about the COVID-19 vaccine continues to develop, a Grove City woman is discussing her experience with a side effect she was not expecting.

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.

A Mercer woman is accused of driving under the influence after her car hit two homes in Stoneboro in January.

MERCER – Renters who are facing eviction because they have fallen behind on rent due to COVID-19 pandemic restrictions received a reprieve.

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.

One of West Point’s newest incoming cadets is a Grove City High School senior who is really looking forward to joining the historical military academy.

The annual Elevator Pitch Competition at Grove City College is more than just a school contest.

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