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September 19, 2018 RSS feed / Front Page

Connellsville city police to host bike run Saturday

This Saturday marks the annual bike run on the Great Allegheny Passage from Connellsville to Dawson sponsored by the Connellsville Police Officers Association.  “This is a 10-mile leisure bike ride, it’s not a race,” said Offic More...

News

Mt. Pleasant ready to start work on water problems

The Mt. Pleasant street crew is nearly ready to start work on St. Clair Street to alleviate water problems for those residents.  More...

Mt. Pleasant Borough police looking for volunteers for community watch

Most of the time, the police are the ones assisting the community. Now, they’re the ones asking for help.  Mt. More...

Corrections

Ronald Dean Allen, 67, of Mt. Pleasant, who was arraigned last week on home improvement fraud and other charges, is free on $5,000 bond. More...

Opinion

Tough action must follow ultimatum on e-cigarettes, young

(AP) –– New FDA initiative provides timely warning to manufacturers.  Bravo to FDA Commissioner Dr. More...

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Kavanaugh coasts through committee

WASHINGTON –– Well, this was the week when Senate Democrats finished grilling Brett Kavanaugh in an effort to block his confirmation to the Supreme Court.  In the end, after several rounds of attempted left hooks and below-the-belt a More...

Sports

Falcon runners net three wins

Tuesday’s Division I, Section 2 cross country meet at Penn State Fayette provided an excellent opportunity for the Connellsville program to pick up a combined four victories.  The Falcons managed to get three out of a possible four wins a More...

Steelers plan to talk to WR Brown about his use of social media

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Mike Tomlin doesn’t like talking about the way his players use social media. The Pittsburgh Steelers coach would prefer to stick to football.  Antonio Brown, however, isn’t giving his boss much choice.  More...

Geibel, SHS soccer teams come up big

Dillon Graham scored two goals to lead the Geibel boys soccer team to its first win of the season, a 5-2 triumph over visiting Jeannette in a Section 2-A game on Tuesday. More...

WPIAL orders hearing on alleged racial slurs by CAHS soccer team

A WPIAL board of directors review of information from last week’s Connellsville Penn Hills boys’ varsity soccer game in which it was alleged that Penn Hills players were subjected to racial slurs was inconclusive.  The WPIAL board is More...

Residents ask council about new ordinance

Questions were raised Tuesday about Connellsville’s newly enacted Knox Box ordinance, requiring commercial buildings with alarm systems tied directly to 911 to install a box giving the fire department access to the building’s key.  More...

Obituaries

James Bufano

Dunbar

James “Jim” Bufano, 65, of Dunbar, passed on Sept. 17, 201,8 after a lengthy illness.  Jim was born Jan. More...

Hilda L. Carnes

Tarrs

Hilda L. Carnes, 82, of Tarrs, formerly of Pennsville, died Tuesday, Sept. More...

Billie S. Sandusky

Connellsville Township

Billie Sue Sandusky, 91, of Connellsville Township, passed away peacefully at her home on Monday, Sept. 17, 2018.  She was born on Feb. 20, 1927, in Normalville, the daughter of the late Eugene Rehm and Madeline Rehm Miller.  More...

Arts and Entertainment

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Pennsylvania Lottery

Pick 2 Day: 5-6 Night: 5-3  Pick 3 Day: 3-7-2 Night: 2-7-3  Pick 4 Day: 7-2-5-7 Night: 7-6-8-5  Pick 5 Day: 2-4-5-9-3 Night: 5-1-9-2-9  Wild Day: 6 Night: 1   More...

Do Just One Thing

If you have old multivitamins that are expired or have gone bad in your cabinet, don’t toss them down the drain. Simply dilute them in water and give your vegetable or flower garden some vitamin-infused H2O. More...

Lifestyles

Research finds working too hard can give you a heart attack

Dear Doctor: Could working too much actually give me an irregular heartbeat later in life as a study I heard about suggests? I’m 55 and run my own tech support business, so I keep some really long and often irregular hours.  More...

Church News

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Fay-West Calendar

Library events listed   Dunbar Community Library is selling raffle tickets for a Christmas shopping spree. The winning number will be determined by the Pa. Lottery’s evening Pick 3 on Nov. More...

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