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August 19, 2017 RSS feed / Front Page

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Layoffs show how poorly the borough is run

EDITOR: Taxpayers need to know! How come the borough council gave back large portions of collecting the Earned Income Tax (resident and non resident)? This was supposed to help exit Act 47. More...

A list for this, a list for that during fair preparation

The entries are in, so it is officially fair prep time at our house. More...

Sports

Trojans’ golf playing ‘their game’ in 2017

The high school golf season already has one tournament in the books — the Lakeview Tee-Off Tournament — and the Greenville Trojans, under second-year head coach Duncan Wingard, look to be competitive through the season.  More...

Franklin inks extension with Nittany Lions through 2022

STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP) — Penn State coach James Franklin has signed a contract extension that guarantees him $34.7 million through 2022.  More...

Cleveland swaps Almonte for Miller on disabled list

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Before racers run, Lions roll out all the preparations for Soapbox Derby

FREDONIA — While the cars racing down the hill are what the crowds see at the Fredonia Old Home Week Soap Box Derby, it’s what goes on behind the scenes that makes the race possible, which draws cars, drivers and an audience to Water Stre More...

 

News

Weak twister touches down in Ohio; no injuries

WARREN, Ohio — National Weather Service (NWS) meteorologists visited the site where they confirmed that a small tornado touched down Thursday night in Trumbull County.  Mercer County was placed under a tornado warning around 7:45 p.m. More...

Eclipse weather forecast: Best in West, least in East

WASHINGTON (AP) — The early eclipse weather forecast looks best in the West and least in the East with patchy clouds muddling up the picture in between. More...

Pa. AG: ‘Don’t get blinded’ by fake eclipse glasses scam

HARRISBURG — Attorney General Josh Shapiro is alerting Pennsylvania consumers to be on the lookout for fake solar eclipse glasses that promise to keep consumers’ eyes safe Monday while watching the solar eclipse, but don’t have the required level of More...

Obituaries

SERVICES

HERSHBERGER — Roy David, 26, of Greenville. Funeral services will be on Sunday, Aug. 20, at 9 a.m. at the home of Sam Weaver, 216 Stateline Road, Jamestown. Visitation will be this afternoon through evening at the Weaver home. More...

Community

Community colleges key to apprenticeships, U.S. Labor official says during July meeting

Manufacturers discuss community college partnerships to train workers, fill positions

WEST MIDDLESEX — Community colleges can play a critical role in administering registered apprenticeship programs to create a pool of skilled employees, a U.S. More...

Pa. Game Commission seeks public assistance in turkey survey

Survey to continue through August

The Pennsylvania Game Commission is again seeking help from the public in surveying wild turkeys in August to get a handle on production statewide.  The second-annual webbased Pennsylvania Wild Turkey Sighting Survey began at the beginning of th More...

HAPPY BIRTHDAY

James Rafael Power, son of Gerald and Abby Power of Ashland, Mass., celebrates his fourth birthday Saturday Aug. More...