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G.C., Springfield officials to talk water
Springfield Township is getting a little thirsty, and supervisors may be looking to Grove City Borough for a drink.
Hope and horses
Hidden Hope Ranch lives up to its name -- it's a secluded farm a half-mile down a dirt road in Liberty Township that provides free therapeutic horseback riding lessons to disabled children and adults, making a world of difference for all involved.
Old Neat Feat roller rink razed, only memories remain
After two years of legal hassles, Neat Feat roller rink in Pine Township has been razed.
Price of security tops $3 million
Slippery Rock school directors are considering upgrades to security features that would require more strict procedures to let visitors into all five school buildings.
Would a 'Bob's' sub by any other name taste as good?
A dispute between two restaurant owners is picking up steam again with one of them considering further legal action and the other speaking out against the situation, which he considers a non-issue.
Olde Town in need of new leader
A new Olde Town manager is needed in downtown Grove City but organizers are in no hurry to fill the spot.
Board battles rumor mill
A discussion about the future of Har-Mer Elementary School was over in a matter of minutes at Monday's Slippery Rock school board meeting, but the message was clear.
Rotary gets real
Drug access for young people is much worse in Grove City and elsewhere than what parents see.
Abbott facing 35 to 80 years
The New Jersey man charged with murdering his father and stepmother in 2011 at their Brady Township home was sentenced Wednesday to 35 to 80 years in prison.
Debate over Har-Mer closing continues
Slippery Rock school board members on Monday debated more concerns they have about their decision to close Har-Mer Elementary School July 1 or keep it open.
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