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Officer, dog work closely together for Mahoningtown Township
It’s obvious that Mahoning Township Police Officer Brian Magliocca and his K-9 partner are in sync. “It’s like we can read each other’s minds,” Magliocca said.
Mobile display in Pulaski draws protesters
An effort to inform the public about oil and gas drilling attracted visitors to Pulaski Township Tuesday. It also brought out the opposition.
Erie Business Center to close in December
The Erie Business Center will close its Erie and New Castle campuses at the end of the year. Michelle Blount, director of the Erie campus, said local students were informed of the decision at lunchtime Monday.
Afflicted Union youth works to help others
Amid cheerleading, dancing, hunting with her dad and swimming with her brother and sister, 10-year-old Madalyn Gorgacz keeps busy.
Photo Gallery: Weekend’s fireworks, arts festivals go out with a bang
Thousands ventured into downtown New Castle Saturday for Day 2 of the Fireworks Festival featuring Arts on the Riverwalk. There, festival-goers found food and craft vendors, an artists market, children’s amusements, street performers and more.
Laurel to have multi-class reunion
A multi-class reunion celebrating the 25-year anniversary for Laurel’s classes of 1987 through 1991 is set for Sept. 13.
Couple accused of contacting rape victim
A man accused of raping a woman at gunpoint allegedly tried to get her to drop the charges.
Hilcorp taking mobile classroom to Pulaski
Hilcorp Energy Corp. is eager to Meet-U.
New Castle native goes from pizza person to Pittsburgh promoter
The words “elevator music” often are associated with something boring, drab and mundane. New Castle native Jordan Lyles is working to change that. The 22-year old is a co-owner of the Elevator Music Team, a Pittsburgh-based music promotion company that’s bringing exciting hip-hop acts to Western Pennsylvania and beyond.
Bessemer names new councilwoman
Bessemer Borough has a new council member. Council on Monday named Melinda Scurlock to fill the seat of Ryan Ray, who resigned with 3 1/2 years left in his term because he moved out of the borough.
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