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October 24, 2017 RSS feed / Front Page

No major injuries in crash involving overturned car

Emergency agencies including the Manor Township Police Department, Manor Township Volunteer Fire Co., Kittanning Township Volunteer Fire Department and Kittanning EMS responded to a one-vehicle accid More...

News

Apollo-Ridge board of education approves monthly bills, recognizes student efforts

Members also award educational four grants to three educators for the 2017-18 academic year

The Apollo-Ridge School District’s board of education on Monday approved a series of grants and monthly bills, while also hearing updates from district Superintendent Dr. Matthew Curci.  More...

Community Foundation Serving the Heart of Western Pennsylvania receives approval

For more 15 years, the Community Foundation Serving the Heart of Western Pennsylvania located in Kittanning, has been participating in the Educational Improvement Tax Credit Program (EITC) by providing scholarships to local families in Armstrong and More...

POLICE REPORT

Pennsylvania State Police issued the following report on recent incidents:  More...

Sports

Kittanning Little League and West Armstrong Athletics set to join forces to add advantages for local athletes

With the weather changing and little action taking place on baseball and softball diamonds, two local youth organizations are using the down time to make a significant change in integrating their prominent organizations.  More...

Defense leads way as Steelers get comfortable atop AFC North

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Joe Haden spent his first few weeks in Pittsburgh trying to fit into a new locker room after spending seven seasons in Cleveland. The two-time Pro Bowl cornerback had little trouble adjusting. More...

Ding-A-Lings Scholar Athlete

October

Parents George and Amy  Skamai   More...

PROGNOSIS: POSITIVE

Ford City Borough Council projects no real estate tax hike

Ford City Borough Council President Carol Fenyes on Monday proposed a tentative, 2018 budget to fellow council members for consideration that does not call for a real estate tax hike.  More...

Big or small, Des’ Pet Parlor is ready to groom your dog

New Kittanning business offers grooming services for canines and felines, as well

When it comes to grooming dogs, Destyne Cogley started young.  “When I was little, I used to pull all the neighbors’ dogs and bathe them for $5 in my yard,” Cogley said.  Earlier this month, Cogley opened Des’ Pet Pa More...

Obituaries

Steve J. Kasan

Ford City

Steve J. Kasan, 96, of Ford City, died Sunday, Oct. 22, 2017, at Kittanning Care.  He was born May 25, 1921, in Ford City, to Stefan and Anna Soska Kasan.  Steve was retired from Allegheny Ludlum.  He was a World War II U.S. More...

Betty J. Boyer Milliron

Kittanning

Betty J. Boyer Milliron, 94, of Kittanning, passed away on Sunday, Oct. More...

Margaret A. ‘Peggy’ Cook

Shelocta

Margaret A. “Peggy” Cook, of Shelocta, Pa., passed away Saturday, Oct. 21, 2017, at her home surrounded by her loving family - one day shy of her 54th birthday.  She was born Oct. More...

Arts and Entertainment

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Pennsylvania Lottery

Pick 2 Day: 4-1 Night: 8-4  Pick 3 Day: 4-3-5 Night: 4-0-2  Pick 4 Day: 9-9-5-9 Night: 9-9-8-3  Pick 5 Day: 6-3-6-3-8 Night: 8-6-6-9-2  Treasure Hunt: 01-07-18-23-27   More...

Do Just One Thing

People who use a wood-burning fireplace, listen up: Don’t scoop the ashes out of the fireplace into the trash. Instead, invest in a fireproof metal tin where you can scoop your warm ashes and let them completely cool down naturally. More...

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