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  • 26 Jun 2019

    Manor Township Residents Ask Supervisors for Drainage Relief

    A group of Manor Township residents attended last week’s work session of supervisors to look for answers to flooding due to lack of surface water drainage between Park, Center, and Chaplain Avenues. Residents in attendance from the area were ...

  • 26 Jun 2019

    Graduation Held for ACMH Radiology Students

    Graduation ceremonies were held Wednesday, June 19, 2019 for the 59th graduating class of Armstrong County Memorial Hospital’s School of Radiologic Technology. Guests were welcomed to the ceremony by John Lewis, President/CEO of ACMH ...

  • 26 Jun 2019

    Driveway Work Performed at Honey Bear

    Crews restore a trench that was cut in the parking lot of the Honey Bear convenience store at the corner of Arch and North McKean Street in Kittanning. 

  • 26 Jun 2019

    TESH: Advice for the Graduates

    ‘Tis the season for graduations! Here is some advice to new grads from nearly new grads. The Wall Street Journal recently printed some words of advice from 20-somethings who’ve spent some time in the “real world”: * Watch what you say ...

  • 26 Jun 2019

    PETS: Strong Dog for a Strong Home!

      “Hi! My name is Ruger. I am a 6-year-old Boxer/Shepherd mix. My owner was an addict, but some nice neighbors looked out for me. I am at Orphans of the Storm waiting for my forever home. I like to take walks with the volunteers in ...

  • 26 Jun 2019

    Historical Headlines – June 26

    06/26/1969 – Instrumentalist Theodore Curtis Toy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore C. Toy of 112 Rebecca St., Kittanning, has been chosen to attend the International DeMolay Conference in Kansas City, Mo., July 1-4. 06/26/1969 – A machine shed ...

  • 25 Jun 2019

    Former Pharmacy Owner Memorialized by Ford City Council

    Ford City Council honored a long-time businessman last night by naming an alley after him. The alley that runs from Fourth Avenue to Third Avenue alongside Klingensmith’s Drug Store will now be known as “Joseph Cippel Way” to memorialize the ...

  • 25 Jun 2019

    Ford City Holds Public Hearing on Property Maintenance Code Changes

    The last time Ford City updated its Property Maintenance Code was 2006. Council took comments last night by council members as well as the public on adoption of the international 2015 Property Maintenance Code. “We consistently run into problems ...

  • 25 Jun 2019

    PETS: Pet Parents Bring Their Pets to Concert

    Yvonne Lash from Adrian has her 8-year-old toy poodle, Lady, outfitted for the Arts on the Allegheny concert last Saturday night. Many pet parents are bringing their darlings to public events more often these days than in the past. This ...

  • 25 Jun 2019

    Historical Headlines – June 25

    06/25/1969 – Cantaloupes advertised at three for a dollar at A & P. 06/25/1969 – Miss Barbara Bowser, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Bowser of Adrian, has received her master’s degree from Kent University, Kent, Ohio. 06/25/1969 – Marine ...

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