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March 24, 2017 RSS feed / Front Page

Coffee With a Cop pairs police, residents in low-stress setting

Whether it’s being on one end or the other of a burglary, car crash or worse, too often, when local community members meet their police officers, it’s under less than ideal circumstances. More...

Special Sections

News

Edinboro Univ. installs 18th president

EDINBORO — Edinboro University officially installed its 18th president, Dr. H. Fred Walker, during an event Thursday.  More...

Jury goes home; can’t reach verdict for Spanier

HARRISBURG (AP) — The jury in former Penn State University president Graham Spanier’s criminal trial went home Thursday night after more than six hours of deliberations without reaching a verdict. More...

Someone swaps Cleveland speed-limit signs without permission

CLEVELAND (AP) — A Cleveland councilman who has unsuccessfully pushed to lower speed limits on a heavily traveled road says someone took the matter into his own hands and replaced about two dozen speed signs without city permission.  More...

Sports

Lakeview looks to be competitive with young team

Returning state medalist senior Aaron Armstrong will lead youth into season

SANDY LAKE TOWNSHIP — Head coach Ryan Harold said this track season for his boys’ team won’t be a “down” year, but he is missing a few bigtime athletes from last year.  More...

Kennedy Catholic tops Girard for PIAA 1A boys championship

HERSHEY, Pa. (AP) — While the PIAA may have adjusted a few things and added several classifications to its basketball championships, that didn't stop an experienced Kennedy Catholic squad from authoring a repeat.  More...

KARA MILLER PICKS THIEL

Greenville High School senior Kara Miller (front row, center), who plays for Jamestown in the Greenville-Jamestown co-op, signs her letter of intent to play softball at Thiel College.  More...

PA.’s OTHER SEASON

Repair crews hit the roads as spring weather returns

Potholes are a common problem on Pennsylvania roads, and the streets and highways in and around Greenville are no exception. More...

Writers from all walks put pen to paper at CP

PERRY TOWNSHIP — Commodore Perry sophomore Haley Bell likes the fact that Writers’ Day allows her to get together with fellow students she doesn’t normally talk to. A shared interest in writing “lets us all connect on a new level,” she said. More...

White House defends GOP lawmaker’s decision to brief Trump

WASHINGTON (AP) — The White House on Thursday defended the House intelligence committee chairman’s extraordinary decision to openly discuss and brief President Donald Trump on typically secret intelligence intercepts, even as Rep. More...

 

 

Commentary

These wonderful gifts from Jesus

LENTEN MEDITATION

We all like to receive gifts, be it money, flowers, candy or other objects. More...

Aug. 6, 2005: Help Fido beat heat

FROM THE ARCHIVES

With the temperatures frequently rising into the 90s, take a water bottle and sunglasses — but leave the dog at home.  The Humane Society of Mercer County will no longer tolerate the finding of animals left in hot vehicles, said Sandy Drab More...

Obituaries

Dennis McEwen

Dennis McEwen, 57, of Hermitage, passed away at Sharon Regional Health System on Wednesday, March 22, 2017, at 8:30 a.m. More...

Thomas E. Steiner

Thomas E. More...

SERVICES

BROWN — John R. “Jack” Jr., 90, of 341 E. Jamestown Road, West Salem Township, formerly of Pittsburgh. Per Jack’s wishes, there will be no calling hours or services. Inurnment will be in Bellevue Methodist Cemetery, Pittsburgh. More...

Community

COMMUNITY BRIEFS

Regional juried art show to feature local artist   Kate Turek-Frissora, an artist from Fredonia, recently had two paintings — a watercolor, “All Are Lost,” and a large acrylic, “The Last Gasp of Atlas”— accept More...

BIBLE THOUGHT

“Blessed is the one who perseveres under More...