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Scottdale Bank & Trust pledges continued support to library

For many years, Scottdale Bank & Trust was an ardent supporter of the Scottdale Public Library.  Even though the company has merged into and with Mid Penn Bank, a subsidiary of Mid Penn Bancorp, that will continue.  More...

News

Ruffsdale man charged with aggravated assault

A Ruffsdale man is charged with aggravated assault after police say he struck another man repeatedly with an unloaded .22 caliber handgun.  Philip Paul Hauser, 38, also faces charges of simple assault and harassment following the incident early More...

Lewis accepts fire department scholarship

Olivia Lewis (left), a 2018 graduate of Connellsville Area Senior High School, is the winner of the 2018 Jarrod R. Lohr / William F. Ramsey Memorial Scholarship. More...

Steady drum of Trump’s anti-Germany remarks raising some questions

BERLIN (AP) — The steady drum of anti-German rhetoric from the United States, one of the country’s traditionally closest friends, has people wondering whether to get ready for a messy breakup.  More...

Opinion

Release report on Catholic priest abuse allegations

(AP) –– For decades, the Roman Catholic Church has gone to extremes to ignore, cover up and downplay the widespread sexual abuse and rape of boys and some girls across the world.  More...

Political Cartoon

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Future of U.S. leadership is murky

WASHINGTON –– Stick with me for a moment while I make what may at first seem an odd coupling of the two biggest events of this week.  More...

Sports

Hundreds turn out for Woodruff 5K

Normally, traffic in the Connellsville area isn’t too bad. But Wednesday evening, the streets of the South Side near Falcon Stadium were pretty clogged.  More...

Marte lead Pirates to 2-0 victory

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Starling Marte did not start any of the first three games of July because Pirates manager Clint Hurdle felt his slumping center fielder needed a mental break.  The strategy worked, even if Marte still doesn’t agree More...

Connellsville 8-10s reach district finals

After a loss to Carmichaels knocked the Connellsville Little League 8-10 All-Stars into the elimination bracket, manager Mike Zawislan predicted his team would bounce back and make it to the District 9 championship.  More...

Fingerprints could lead authorities to suspect in thefts from vehicles

Authorities said fingerprints could help lead them to a suspect in thefts from vehicles that occurred the early morning of July 4 in North Union Township.  Latent prints and palm prints were lifted from one of the unlocked vehicles where the the More...

Scottdale resident wants update to borough’s burning ordinance

Last summer, Tom McLaughlin approached Scottdale Borough Council asking for relief from burning in his neighborhood.  He returned at Monday’s meeting and told council he won’t be backing down.  More...

Obituaries

George A. DePasquale Sr.

Acme

George Anthony De- Pasquale Sr., 88, of Acme, died Tuesday, July 10, 2018, at Excela Heath- Frick Hospital, Mt. Pleasant.  Mr. DePasquale was born Dec. More...

Edward S. Hazuda

Connellsville

Edward Stephen Hazuda, 83, of Connellsville, passed away Monday, July 9, 2018, in Uniontown Hospital.  He was born July 14, 1934, in Leisenring, a son of the late Stephen and Margaret (Pastor) Hazuda.  More...

Margaret R. Wingrove

Scottdale

Margaret Ruth Wingrove, 90, of Scottdale, passed away peacefully Wednesday, July 11, 2018, in the Harmon House, Mt. Pleasant.  She was born Nov. More...

Arts and Entertainment

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Pennsylvania Lottery

Pick 2 Day: 9-4 Night: 9-4  Pick 3 Day: 8-2-8 Night: 2-2-4  Pick 4 Day: 4-7-1-2 Night: 0-8-1-7  Pick 5 Day: 3-8-7-4-8 Night: 9-3-9-8-0  Wild Day: 9 Night: 9   More...

Do Just One Thing

If you take vitamins, it’s important to make sure they are stored properly so they maintain their potency. Avoid high heat, bright light and fluctuating temperatures; bathrooms are the worst place to store them. More...

Lifestyles

Chronic wasting disease on the rise among deer in U.S.

Dear Doctor: My dad and brothers are hunters, so there’s always deer meat in the freezer and it’s often on the menu. But I’m hearing that it’s now linked to a brain disease. Should we be worried?   More...

Church News

Scholarships offered   More...

Fay-West Calendar

Donations accepted Connellsville Community Center Thrift Store, 201 E. Fairview Ave., is accepting donations of clothing, household items, and small appliances. The store is open from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. More...

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