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No drugs, no surprise
A random drug sweep at Brookfield schools turned up nothing in the way of contraband, according to Superintendent Tim Saxton, who said inspections like this are part of an ongoing safety program.
News briefs from April 4, 2014
Ohio murder suspect surrenders in Farrell
School plans to fireformer FHS principal
Stolen car report ends with drug, gun charges
Cops: Woman provided alcohol to assault victim
The state of health care: Make a deal or else
The health-care system is undergoing makeover surgery.
Jameson talking to larger health systems
Jameson Health System is in discussions with other health systems about possible joint ventures, mergers or acquisition.
It can’t get more stark: Cattron is moving from Sharpsville to Warren, Ohio.
Judge, DA allow robber to try for treatment program
A Farrell man who admitted robbing a city bank will be evaluated for whether he can enter a state program for people with drug and alcohol problems.
Youngstown-Warren Airport seeks to land United
Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport is seeking to woo United Airlines to the local airport.
Man already served most of his jail sentence
A Jackson Township man who admitted having a sexual relationship with a teenage girl and possessing child pornographic images on his computer soon will be getting out of jail, his credit time accounting for most of his jail sentence.
A statue may decide PSU trustees election
Joe Paterno’s shoes are behind glass.
Zoners concur with billboard decision
Hermitage Zoning Hearing Board on Wednesday affirmed the city zoning officer’s denial of a Westmoreland County company’s seven applications for advertising billboards.
The picture of hunger
“Listening itself is an act of kindness,” said Michael Nye, whose “Hunger and Resilience” photo exhibit opens today in downtown Sharon.
Man faces 100 sex abuse charges
A Pymatuning Township man has been charged with having a sexual relationship with a girl over 5 1/2 years.
Man gets prison time for 3 burglaries
A Kennderdell man has been sentenced to state prison for committing three burglaries in Grove City.
Apparently few bothered by proposed fare hike
If people are outraged about Shenango Valley Shuttle Service’s proposal to raise bus fares, they aren’t showing it.
A done deal
Sharon Regional Health System exited the nonprofit world on Tuesday when its assets were formally bought by for-profit Community Health System Inc. in a deal valued at $145 million.
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