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  • 16 Nov 2018

    8,000 Without Power in Armstrong County Following Winter Blast

    More than 8,000 customers were still without power at 12 noon today in Armstrong County. West Penn Power Spokesman Todd Meyers said the problem started around 9PM last night. “(The problem) occurred pretty much over night and continued to ...

  • 16 Nov 2018

    Christmas Will Come to Kittanning Tonight Regardless of Weather

    Trees were downed and thousands were without electric as rain yesterday was followed by sleet and snow last night throughout the county. Snow will melt today and make wet streets in time for Kittanning’s light-up festivities tonight ...

  • 16 Nov 2018

    Zoning Officer Confident of East Franklin Township’s Direction

    East Franklin Township Zoning Officer Greg McKelvey gave a glowing report to supervisors of the status of properties in the township. McKelvey said that not only have approximately 10 permits to demolish blighted structures have been issued over ...

  • 16 Nov 2018

    Indiana Hospital Nurses Union Give Strike Notice

    (Indiana, PA): The Indiana Registered Nurses Association (IRNA) provided notice of their intention to strike to the Indiana Regional Medical Center administration yesterday. The strike notice comes after more than a dozen negotiation sessions in ...

  • 16 Nov 2018

    Historical Headlines – November 16

    11/16/1968 – The Greater Kiski Valley Youth Rally will feature a gospel concert with Ann and Ronnie Nye and the Harmony Four Quartet at its rally tonight in the CIO Hall in Leechburg. 11/16/1963 – West Penn Power Co. will again this year ...

  • 15 Nov 2018

    Local Church Provides Place for Armstrong County Residents to Drop Off Christmas Gift for a Child

    Collection of shoe box gifts for Operation Christmas Child continues this week at Family-Life Church in downtown Kittanning. As of yesterday afternoon, 2,794 boxes have been collected. The shoe box drive is an outreach of the Samaritan’s ...

  • 15 Nov 2018

    Quality Life Services Admin & Staff Provides Contribution to Jewish Society

    Following the tragic shooting at the Tree of Life Synagogue on Saturday, October 27, 2018, like many who are grieving, the staff of Quality Life Services felt moved to contribute and help in some way. Generous employee donations were matched by ...

  • 15 Nov 2018

    AUTO: Listeners Have Transmission, Engine Woes

    Dear Motor Medics, My transmission failed while on vacation. The failures not the end of the world, I understand things break but most of the vacation was spent dealing with the truck. I use it to pull my camper and boat together and when it ...

  • 15 Nov 2018

    Historical Headlines – November 15

    11/15/1968 – Armstrong School Board moved forward on $6.8 million financing request for Worthington Elementary School and Shannock Valley High School. An eight-acre site would be used for addition to the Worthington Elementary for maximum ...

  • 14 Nov 2018

    Ford City Hires More Police Staff

    Ford City Borough Council authorized the hiring of several individuals in the police department at their public meeting on Monday night. Police Chief Paul Hughes and Mayor Jeff Cogley recommended the hiring of Josh Krizmanich as a part-time ...

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