Chimney fire damages home
A chimney fire caused damage to a North Beaver Township home this week. The North Beaver Township Volunteer Fire Department was called to the home of Joe Procopio at 325 Reed Road.Continued ...
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- Man charged after hitting Capitol Grille
- McGrath Manor raid leads to man’s arrest
- Man charged with break-in
- Chimney fire damages home
Local couple credits low electric bills to solar panels
Unlike some county residents, Bob and Mary Ann Reiter chuckle when they get their electric bill. “Amount Due — $0.00” said their Jan. 30 bill, because the Hickory Township residents had a $137.22 credit.Continued ...
In February, the credit was $125.63.
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- Photos, Video, Story: Shenango homecoming queen Brittany Chieze considers herself ‘a pretty lucky girl’
- Local couple credits low electric bills to solar panels
Straw vote favors new band uniforms
The New Castle High School marching band will be getting new uniforms this year. At its public work session Monday, the board indicated it favors the band getting new uniforms.Continued ...
- City tax bills mailed
- Fundraiser set for canine officer
- Photo Gallery, Story: Union to present ‘Wizard of Oz’
- Perennial passion: Union Township man marks 20th anniversary of his Easter musical drama
- Straw vote favors new band uniforms
Gary Church: Boy, I’d like to give my two cents to the lady in charge of the change tray
I'm cheap, but not real cheap. I was paying for something that came to $2.32. Sitting on the counter was one of those loose change trays, where you can drop some change in or take some out.Continued ...
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Dave Ramsey: Nobody ever saves enough
“Dave Says” is a weekly column featuring financial advice from nationally syndicated radio host Dave Ramsey. His column is filled with timely, relevant questions and answers taken from actual letters and calls on Ramsey’s radio progam, “The Dave Ramsey Show.”Continued ...
- Lori Brothers: Grow your strengths, not your laments
- Greg Huston: Pitt’s free fall, high-flying ’Canes and men in tights
- Kali Davies-Anderson: A heartfelt thanks for my blog response
- Mitchel Olszak: Giving nutrition a new look
- Dave Ramsey: Nobody ever saves enough
Tentative casino hearing date set
May 8 is the tentative date for a public hearing for Lawrence County residents to comment on the proposed casino. The Mahoning supervisors announced the date Thursday.Continued ...
- Training seminar to address handling PennDOT contracts
- Recycling facility’s plan recommended for approval
- Jameson to move pediatric unit
- County asking to divert state bridge money
- Tentative casino hearing date set
Bounce Friday: Let's Talk Hoops — PIAA playoff edition!
Join The Doctor of Style as he breaks down the matchups in this weekend's PIAA playoffs!Continued ...
- Larry Kelly: Different script, same ending to movie for 'Canes
- Clutch coach: Intense practices, focus on film and lessons learned from local legends all help Blundo mold ’Canes into a history-making program
- 'Canes capture third straight WPIAL title!
- WPIAL Playoffs: If you’re heading to ‘Canes game Saturday — better read this
- Bounce Friday: Let's Talk Hoops — PIAA playoff edition!
Most deadly fraternity scraps initiation for new members
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, one of the largest U.S. fraternities and the deadliest, said Friday it will ban the initiation of recruits, citing the toll that hazing has taken on its newest members.Continued ...
VIDEO: Michigan woman's death, mummified body hidden by auto-pay for six years
The mummified body of a Michigan woman was discovered in the backseat of her car approximately six years after her death. The body was only found after the bank that foreclosed on the home ordered work on the property.Continued ...
VIDEO: Chrysler orders community college to crush rare Dodge Viper
Students at a community college in Washington are fighting to save a rare Dodge Viper given to them by the Chrysler Corporation. The company now says it must be destroyed for legal reasons.Continued ...
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