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Woman admits to burning down daughter's home
A Fenelton woman has been charged with arson for burning down her daughter’s Slippery Rock Township rental home Feb. 13 – a crime she admitted to while under psychiatric care, claiming she did it because the living conditions weren’t fit for the family.Continued ...
Honoring the boys of war
During World War II, they did all the jobs that had to be done. They did the fighting on land and sea.Continued ...
Project architect hired, superintendent deadline set
Slippery Rock Area School District officials on Monday hired an architectural firm to oversee the stadium project and announced details for their search for a new superintendent.Continued ...
Fire destroys mobile home
A mobile home with an addition was burned almost to the ground Friday night when firefighters arrived.Continued ...
Directors still mulling harassment policy
The best way to define harassment policies in Grove City schools remains a work in progress.Continued ...
- Woman admits to burning down daughter's home
Farrell ousts Uniontown in overtime, 86-72
PENN HILLS — Five decades did nothing to diminish the intensity of the Farrell-Uniontown boys basketball rivalry. What transpired back in the 1960’s reverberated as recently as Tuesday night during the PIAA Class AA quarterfinals.Continued ...
And just as it did approximately a half-century ago, Farrell forged past Uniontown, this time 86-72 in overtime at Penn Hills High.
LOCALS ELSEWHERE: Spon, Cianci, Trudo, Giroski in the news
Several former athletes or coaches from Mercer County are making news in sports elsewhere. Following are there stories:Continued ...
Breese defends heavyweight title at PIAA Championships
HERSHEY, Pa. — Move over Rod Wright!Continued ...
Lakeview senior heavyweight star Sam Breese had a goal coming into the PIAA State Class AA Wrestling Championships this weekend at Hershey Giant Center — besides winning a second state crown, that is.
- Farrell ousts Uniontown in overtime, 86-72
If you were a crustacean, would you feel pain?
A scientist and a seafood chef walk into a bar. "We have a mutual interest," says the scientist. "I study crustaceans and you cook them." But the chef wanted to know just one thing: Do the animals feel pain?
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