HERMITAGE – Solar Atmospheres offers new employees a perk — on-the-job training — that has become unusual among industrial companies.
Entrepreneurship was not even on Brianna Piccirilli’s radar when she was in high school.
SHARON – The name suggests they are different, that their view is unique, their productions something audiences haven’t necessarily seen before.
FARRELL – Terry Harrison said he was meant to serve.
REYNOLDS – When it comes to scholastic sports, there are few programs anywhere in Pennsylvania — or even the United States — as successful as the Reynolds High School wrestling program.
HERMITAGE — During the 1992 Los Angeles riots, John Flynn was working as a firefighter in Los Angeles County.
COOLSPRING TOWNSHIP – If you want to produce maple syrup, it’s a good idea to be a tree hugger.
PINE TOWNSHIP — Uncertainty about the future of Grove City Medical Center came to an end in August, with Allegheny Health Network’s acquisition of the 40-year-old hospital.
SHARPSVILLE — By giving out more than $1.5 million in grants since the fall of 2017, the Buhl Regional Health Foundation has adopted a holistic approach to promoting health in the area.
SHARON — When he first went to the doctor for a suspected gallbladder issue, Joseph Santell didn’t expect he’d end up having open-heart surgery.
When Kylee Phillips takes her son to Children’s Hospital in Pittsburgh to see his cardiologist or the date of a checkup approaches, she is anxious.
NEW CASTLE — Even though Dr. Samuel Daisley is one of the highest-ranking executives at the UPMC Horizon-Jameson system, he still tries to keep his medical skills active.
NEW CASTLE — Before Kari McFeaters could get out of the hospital, she had to get out of the car.
HERMITAGE – One fourth of July, Mike Heasley had some crazy EMT calls.
WEST SALEM TOWNSHIP — As Kim Goodwill-Grimm’s parents and then her husband fell ill over the last few years, the entire burden of caregiving fell upon her.
SHARON – Frank McCauley’s favorite part about the music program at Sharon Middle High School is guiding students who have a passion for music.
GREENVILLE – Greenville seniors Lauren DiBucci and Delaney Zilla said they are grateful for the opportunity to take college courses without having to leave their high school.
MERCER — Even before he graduates from Mercer Area High School this spring, Dylan Mattocks will have college credits.
SHARON – Many of Morgan Force’s classmates at Penn State Shenango didn’t realize at first that she was older than most of her classmates.
COOLSPRING TOWNSHIP — Were it not for the overalls and safety glasses, Sierra Cunningham would not appear much different from the average high schooler — except that she’s already learning a trade, runs a business and is assistant manager at her job.
SHARPSVILLE — For children in the Sharpsville Area School District, the day starts around 7 a.m. and ends about seven hours later, with a lunch break somewhere in the middle.
SHARPSVILLE — After 13 years of teaching English and language arts, Ira Pataki still loves the chaos that goes along with being in a middle-school classroom.
SHARON – Long retired as a teacher, Mitzi Fabich still knows how to work a classroom.
GREENVILLE – If Karissa Clover wasn’t on her toes around her mother, Angela Lynne Patrick, there was a good chance something else would be – usually creamy peanut butter.
HERMITAGE — Next year, teacher Paul McMahon plans to add Python coding to the engineering curriculum at Kennedy Catholic High School.
- Woman charged in overdose deaths
- UPDATE: Man dies in afternoon shooting
- Former Perkins torn down to make way for car wash
- Sharon PD remembers those who served in the past
- North Flats project awarded $400K in funding
- Police news from April 10, 2021
- Police news from April 8, 2021
- Roundup: Sharon baseball tops Hickory; Slippery Rock defeats Grove City
- Roundup: Hornets defeat Grove City, 7-3; Hounds, KC, Devils, Sailors pick up wins
- Burtch's bountiful basketball scholastic coaching career comes to a conclusion
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