A West Sunbury man is facing multiple charges after a single vehicle accident in Clay Township last week. According to State Police, 55-year-old John Kuhn was driving last Tuesday (8/25) on... Read more
The first Butler County bridge in a new statewide repair program has been completed. The West Cruickshank Road bridge over Glade Run in Middlesex Township reopened to traffic last week. The... Read more
A Butler County man is accused of stealing tens of thousands of dollars from his mother’s estate in Allegheny County. According to a criminal complaint provided by the Allegheny County Distr... Read more
At least one person was injured after an accident Thursday afternoon in Connoquenessing Township. The call came into the Butler County 911 Center shortly before 2 p.m. for a crash in the 600... Read more
A Pennsylvania bakery has issued a recall of some of its bread but none of it was sold in the state. Bimbo Bakery in Montgomery County, eastern PA issued the voluntary recall of some Sara Le... Read more
The results from this year’s Keep PA Beautiful campaign have been released. Nearly 130,000 volunteers collected over 300,000 bags containing 6 million pounds of trash. In addition, the campa... Read more
A local man has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson in Columbia, South Carolina. Army Private Garrett Sexton completed the nine week training program which included history,... Read more
A Mercer County man is recovering following an accident in Grove City last week. According to Grove City Police, 33-year-old Kenneth Mesmer of Jackson Center was driving on Kinder Avenue ear... Read more
A trailer for the movie partially filmed in Butler has been released online. The movie is now called “Love The Coopers” and stars Diane Keaton, John Goodman, Alan Arkin, Marisa Tomei, and ma... Read more
Two men on a motorcycle were hurt Wednesday afternoon in a Butler City crash. The bike collided with an SUV at the intersection of East Wayne and McKean streets around 1:30 p.m. Both men wer... Read more
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