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June 10, 2017 RSS feed / Front Page

Man to face charges involving robbery, hitting pedestrian with vehicle

Pittsburgh’s Jaunell McNeal charged after year-long jail stay elsewhere

A Pittsburgh man will face charges in Armstrong County related to two alleged incidents – a September 2015 robbery and striking a pedestrian with his vehicle in January 2016.  On June 8, Jaunell Patrick McNeal was incarcerated in the Armst More...

News

SENIOR CENTER NEWS

The Armstrong County Area Agency on Aging senior center schedule for next week is as follows:  Apollo: Monday, exercise at 9:30 a.m., skip-bo, games; Tuesday, blood pressure, bingo, games, cards, Wii; Thursday, bingo, games, cards, Wii; Friday, More...

Police say tow truck driver kills man over van repossession

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Police in Philadelphia say a tow truck driver in the midst of repossessing a van got into a shootout with a man trying to stop him, killing the man and wounding a neighborhood dog. More...

Elderton Memorial Day Memories

The Elderton Memorial Day parade was held May 29. More...

Arts and Entertainment

SUDOKU

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Pennsylvania Lottery

Pick 2 Day: 9-2 Night: 0-0  Pick 3 Day: 5-8-9 Night: 9-5-3  Pick 4 Day: 4-1-8-0 Night: 1-4-4-5  Pick 5 Day: 3-0-3-0-1 Night: 9-8-3-3-6  Treasure Hunt: 05-07-09-22-24   More...

Do Just One Thing

Dog and cat owners know their love of animals can also lead to giant mounds of stray pet fur. When you’re brushing your pet, don’t toss the pet hair into the trash. More...

Horse barn is revealed at area Girl Scouts of America camp

Ribbon-cutting event marks grand opening

Lynda Pozzuto fondly recalls the trips her daughter, Jessica, took as a young girl to Camp Redwing in Renfew, Butler County, a Girl Scouts Western Pennsylvania (GSWP) site where the youth learned a great deal.  “I think it’s a great More...

Waves of Thunder packs the thoroughfare

Motorcycles surround the Bugsy’s Pizza truck Friday along South Water Street in Kittanning Borough during the 14th annual Kittanning Borough Fire Department No. More...

New principal professes love for sharing faith with students

Mark Talarico plans to take Divine Redeemer, ‘in the right direction’

Growing up in Pittsburgh, Mark Talarico knew he had a calling, a passion to which he has since dedicated his life and career. “I had a passion for being able to share my faith with students,” Talarico said. More...

Obituaries

Cherie A. Johnson

KITTANNING

Cherie A. Johnson, 81, of Kittanning died Thursday, June 8, 2017, at her residence.  She was born May 20, 1936, in Kittanning, daughter of the late Ernest and Ethel (Denny) Rupert.  More...

Jack D. Scholl

ADRIAN

Jack D. Scholl, 90, of Adrian died Friday, June 9, 2017, at ACMH Hospital after a long illness.  He was born May 25, 1927, in Natrona Heights to the late Ralph and Ruth (Wolfe) Scholl and resided in the area all of his life.  More...

Sports

THE ALL LEADER TIMES SOFTBALL TEAM

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NASCAR star Jimmie Johnson ready to race after cancer scare

LONG POND, Pa. (AP) — Jimmie Johnson put the beer on ice and held a muted victory celebration. More...

Stanton homers over batter’s eye, Marlins pound Pirates 12-7

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Giancarlo Stanton smashed a home run over the batter’s eye at PNC Park, Tyler Moore went deep twice for the second multi-homer game of his career and the Miami Marlins pounded the reeling Pittsburgh Pirates 12-7 on Friday night. More...

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