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April 2, 2018 RSS feed / Front Page

Armstrong Cable’s Breaking Bread program aims to feed needy in area

Opening a cabinet to find nothing inside is unfortunately a common occurrence with thousands of families in the southwestern Pennsylvania area. More...

News

Trump asks court to reject appeal from terrorist attack victims

WASHINGTON (AP) — Despite its bumpy relationship with the Palestinians, the Trump administration is siding with the Palestine Liberation Organization in urging the Supreme Court to reject an appeal from American victims of terrorist attacks in More...

Senator says Bolton is wary of NK tactics

WASHINGTON (AP) — Republican Sen. More...

Trump goes after online retail giant Amazon – again

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump is again attacking online retailer Amazon.com, calling its business deal with the U.S. Postal Service to deliver packages a money-losing agreement that hurts U.S. taxpayers. More...

Opinion

Tim Mahoney says Rep. Matt Dowling can’t take criticism

Letter to the Editor

It sure didn’t take long for thin-skinned state Rep. More...

Political Cartoon

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Is Trump throwing away presidency?

I can’t wait to see Trump’s next move in his game of “3-D chess”!  More...

Sports

Moore displays skills at national level

Maggie Moore has not been involved with basketball for a long time, but in that short time she has adopted a love and passion for the game.  The Southmoreland junior also has become quite skillful on the court and she recently got the chance to More...

Williams pitches 6 no-hit innings as Pirates edge Tigers

DETROIT (AP) — On a chilly afternoon, Pirates right-hander Trevor Williams put the Detroit bats in a deep freeze. More...

Runners, walkers turn out for Yough River Trail Council races

Local runners and walkers turned out for the annual Yough River Trail Council spring races Saturday at Yough River Park. More...

Everson looks at tax credit for firefighters

Everson Borough is looking to put regulations on the books that not many area municipalities have enacted.  At its latest council meeting, Solicitor Mark Rowan was asked to look into formulating an ordinance that would authorize a firefighter ta More...

Two-vehicle crash in Connellsville

Connellsville City Police and New Haven Hose Co. responded at about 4:30 p.m. Sunday to a two-vehicle accident along Route 119 N near the West Crawford Avenue intersection. More...

Obituaries

James L. Wiltrout

NORMALVILLE

James L. Wiltrout, 75, of Normalville, died Wednesday, March 28, 2018, in UPMC Shadyside Hospital.  He was born Sept. More...

Betty J. Hall

CONNELLSVILLE

Betty J. More...

Anthony Tristani

CONNELLSVILLE

Anthony Tristani, 82, of Connellsville passed away unexpectedly at home on Thursday, March 29, 2018.  More...

Arts and Entertainment

Sudoku

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On This Date

Today is Monday, April 2, the 92nd day of 2018. There are 273 days left in the year. In 1792, Congress passed the Coinage Act, establishing the U.S. Mint. In 1800, Ludwig van Beethoven premiered his Symphony No. 1 in C Major, Op. 21, in Vienna. More...

Lifestyles

Spring into Lawn and Garden Care

(Family Features) If cooler weather has you longing for sunny days outdoors, take heart. Once spring rolls around, you can safely begin the annual cleanup to prepare your yard for months of warm-weather enjoyment. Start by evaluating your lawn. More...

Post-winter garden prep

• Assess the damage. Inspect garden beds and any fencing or barriers designed to keep wildlife from getting into the garden. More...

Fay-West Calendar

Fish fry held  More...

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