Brookfield police and Ohio Highway Patrolman investigate a three-car crash at the corner of Ohio Street and Brookfield Avenue in Masury. According to police, four people received minor injuries Friday, and two were taken to the hospital as a precaution. One driver was cited for failure to yield, police said.
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3rd Earth Fest draws families to Penn State
Penn State Shenango’s Earth Fest has become a spring tradition for area residents.Continued ...
Families poured into downtown Sharon for the campus’ third annual sustainability celebration.
Volunteers protect Shenango River
Shenango River Watchers has spent more than a decade working to clean up the Shenango and improve recreational access to its water and banks.Continued ...
For many, recycling’s become way of life
When Pennsylvania mandated curbside recycling for its larger municipalities in 1998 – those with more than 5,000 people – there was grumbling about government interference in the lives of everyday people.Continued ...
Many items can’t be thrown away
The computer screen in front of you isn’t likely to do you much harm, at least not until it’s tossed in a landfill where the lead-filled components start to leak and eventually find their way into your drinking water, according to Jerry Zona, director of the Lawrence-Mercer County Recycling/Solid Waste department.Continued ...
While touring Germany last year, David Sykes spotted solar panels resting in a residential back yard.Continued ...
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HIGH SCHOOL SPRING SPORTS ROUNDUP
Baseball, softball and tennis teams were in action Monday as the nice weather allowed for high school spring sports action that has been limited so far by rain, snow and windy conditions.
Players relent, agree to play for reinstated football coach
Minnesota State University-Mankato's football team has ended its boycott of reinstated head coach Todd Hoffner, who successfully fought child pornography charges and other misconduct accusations that removed him from the job for 20 months.Continued ...
Hickory track coaches near finish line: Dzuricsko, Slezak to step down after season
While the Shenango Valley lionizes legendary gridiron greats and hardwood heroes, the sport of track & field at Hickory High has resonated its relevance throughout District 10 and commonwealth of Pennsylvania.Continued ...
For the better part of the last 3 decades that was due, to a great extent, to the efforts of Barb Dzuricsko and Mark Slezak.
More than 200 dual-meet victories combined between the girls’ and boys’ programs, 9 district championships (7 girls, 2 boys), 2 statewide runners-up berths and another pair of 3rd-place finishes, culminating in the Lady Hornets’ 2012 PIAA Class AA championship.
Their collective resumé would be envied by any coach, regardless of sport. Which makes this recent revelation regrettable: Dzuricsko and Slezak simultaneously will step down at this season’s conclusion.
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