The state Department of Conservation and Natural Resources is releasing its first fall foliage report of the year. Experts are optimistic that this fall will bring vibrant colors from the Ke... Read more
Applications are now being accepted for federal loans that encourage families to purchase farms. The USDA’s Farm Service Agency has reserved funding specifically for loans that will go towar... Read more
Pennsylvania’s rainy day fund continues to grow. State Treasurer Stacy Garrity says another $2.1 billion has been infused into the fund that is designed to help the state in a future economi... Read more
Crews were on the scene of a two vehicle accident this morning on Route 19 in Jackson Township. This happened in the southbound lane around 5:20 a.m., a little over a mile south of Zelienopl... Read more
Zelienople police are searching for a missing man who owns an area business. 54-year-old Tod DiMinno, who owns the Harmony Emporium, was last seen in the Harmony Borough this past Wednesday.... Read more
No one was injured in a weekend crash in Muddy Creek Township. The one vehicle accident happened Saturday around 5 p.m. on Route 19 northbound. Police say 31-year-old Travis Miller of Fombel... Read more
Monday marks the beginning of Mental Illness Awareness Week and the Grapevine Center will be honoring some of their members that passed away earlier this year. The annual Remembrance Rally a... Read more
Cranberry Township has filled the vacancy on their board of supervisors. Karen Newpol was appointed to the board to serve the remainder of former supervisor Dick Hadley, who passed away earl... Read more
Butler County Community College has named a longtime member of their team as the dean of their largest academic division. Sherri Mack was named as the full-time Dean of Business last week. M... Read more
Pennsylvania’s Chief Justice of the state Supreme Court has died. Max Baer passed away at his home near Pittsburgh over the weekend. Baer was first elected to the state Supreme Court in 2003... Read more
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