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October 10, 2018 RSS feed / Front Page

Marking Breast Cancer Awareness Month

T&A House of Treasures, 109 W. Crawford Ave., Connellsville, is decorated for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. More...

News

Mt. Pleasant bus company uses grant to make busing more green

Mt. Pleasant bus company DMJ Transportation is using a recent $75,000 Alternative Fuels Incentive Grant to make busing a little more green.  The company purchased 24 propane school buses as part of the commitment.  More...

Police news reported

City man charged   More...

House committee approves Sen. Stefano bill to extend protections to organizations victimized by crime

The House Judiciary Committee Tuesday approved legislation sponsored by Sen. Pat Stefano (R-32nd) that would allow governments, non-profit organizations and businesses to collect restitution if they’re victims of a crime.  More...

Opinion

NAFTA updated but what about Obamacare?

(AP) –– It’s hard to outdo the hype every time Apple introduces a new version of its iPhone. More...

Political Cartoon

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Pa. Constitution re-written 50 years ago to allow two-term governors

HARRISBURG –– It’s been 50 years since Pennsylvania’s Constitution was re-written to allow for two-term governors.  It was, in fact, one of the most contentious issues debated during the Constitutional Convention of 1967 More...

Sports

Knights top Falcons, 6-1

Tuesday’s Section 3-AAAA boys soccer game between Norwin and Connellsville featured a fast start by the Knights, which ultimately led to Norwin clinching the section title thanks to a 6-1 win over the Falcons.  Unfortunately, the game will More...

Mt. Pleasant boys golf team qualifies for WPIAL finals

Sam Napper shot an 81 and Jared Wagner carded an 84 to help the Mt. Pleasant boys golf team finish in third place at the WPIAL Class AA team semifinals on Tuesday at Meadowink Golf Course. More...

Rams edge Falcons in OT

It wasn’t his team’s best game, but Ringgold hockey coach Frank Kalinowski will take it.  Despite playing on a wet and soft sheet of ice at Rostraver Ice Garden, the Rams were able to rally past visiting Connellsville in overtime, 3- More...

F.C. commissioners: Man fired because of job performance

A former Fayette County employee lost his job because of his work performance, the county and three commissioners stated in responding to a lawsuit.  They added that former worker Robert Carson failed to show in his second amended complaint how More...

F.C. judge to rule later in attempted homicide

A Fayette County judge will rule later on a Normalville woman’s efforts to keep statements and evidence from her jury in connection with an April shooting.  Rachel Eutsey, 36, appeared before Judge Joseph M. George Jr. More...

Connellsville Chamber makes changes to banner program

The banners in downtown Connellsville will be getting a new look each year under action taken by the Greater Connellsville Chamber of Commerce directors Tuesday.  The chamber board voted to have new banners designed and printed each year to end More...

Obituaries

Kathleen Eiford

Normalville

Kathleen Eiford, 53, of Normalville, went to be with her Lord on Sunday, Oct. 7, 2018.  Kathy was surrounded by her family when she lost a 2-year battle with cancer.  She was born Sept. 20, 1965, in Connellsville, a daughter of Walter H. More...

Homer L. Hiltabidel

Bullskin Township

Homer Lester “Bud” Hiltabidel, 86, of Bullskin Township, passed away peacefully on Sunday, Oct. More...

Arlene F. Shultz

Scottdale

Arlene Faye Shultz, 68, of Scottdale, passed away at 4:45 p.m. Monday, Oct. 8, 2018, in Excela Frick Hospital, Mt. More...

Arts and Entertainment

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Pennsylvania Lottery

Pick 2 Day: 2-3 Night: 3-6  Pick 3 Day: 7-6-2 Night: 3-4-4  Pick 4 Day: 9-2-9-2 Night: 3-2-3-2  Pick 5 Day: 7-3-2-9-1 Night: 1-2-7-2-0  Wild Day: 5 Night: 5   More...

Do Just One Thing

A lot of us look for personal-care products and cosmetics that are made with natural ingredients or are cruelty-free. But what about cutting back on unnecessary packaging when your favorite products are used up? More...

Lifestyles

Influenza, colds most commonly transferred through saliva

Dear Doctor: How contagious is spit? I read that an Ohio man with hepatitis C was sentenced to 18 months in prison for spitting at police officers and paramedics.   More...

Church News

Rummage buildings open   The rummage buildings at Fairview Church of God, Route 982 between Laurelville and Kecksburg, will be open from 9 a.m. to noon every Friday through October. More...

Fay-West Calendar

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