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Judge: Drilling suit has enough details
A Mercer County judge said recently that the claims against an oil and gas drilling company filed by Mercer County landowners can move forward.Continued ...
Paying for public events
Organizers of public events in Sharon may have to help the city recover some of its costs in supporting them.Continued ...
Driver who crashed into house was drunk, police say
The driver of a car that crashed into a house Feb. 27 in Hermitage, has been charged with drunken driving and other offenses.Continued ...
Woman protests man’s plea, sentence
The young woman approached the judge tentatively, trembling, on the arm of a former policeman who was so touched by her story that it contributed to his decision to leave policing.Continued ...
Her story is harrowing: two years of physical and sexual abuse. The man she accused of committing the crimes retorted that it never happened.
WM knocks off Neshannock in PIAA playoffs
SLIPPERY ROCK — The notion of Trey Staunch sneaking up on opposing teams is laughable. At 6-foot-3 and approximately 225 pounds, the stout Staunch is not sneaking up on anyone.Continued ...
However after posting a game-high 31-point, 18-rebound performance in West Middlesex High basketball team’s 76-66 PIAA Class AA playoffs opening-round win over Neshannock Saturday night, Staunch said opponents may have been overlooking the Big Reds.
Hickory girls 26-0, oust Johnstown
SLIPPERY ROCK — At Morrow Field House Saturday evening, the Hickory Lady Hornets kept the perfect season alive with a 63-37 state playoff first round win over the Greater Johnstown Trojans from District 6.Continued ...
“It feels great to get the win (Saturday),” said veterans Hickory coach Jeanette Whitehead. “We’ve been at this place over the last few years and we’ve been sent home in the first round so it was a huge win for us. I’m very proud of our team effort."
KC girls roll past California in PIAA playoffs
SLIPPERY ROCK — Kennedy Catholic High girls’ basketball team was in the ’hood Saturday afternoon.Continued ...
Led by senior Taylor Hood, the Lady Golden Eagles eased past California, 53-34, in the opening round of the PIAA Class A playoffs.
- WM knocks off Neshannock in PIAA playoffs
Most deadly fraternity scraps initiation for new members
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, one of the largest U.S. fraternities and the deadliest, said Friday it will ban the initiation of recruits, citing the toll that hazing has taken on its newest members.
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