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Rt. 19 iron bridge coming down
Work on replacing an iconic Mercer County bridge is now under way.
Business at new Slippery Rock bakery is swift, sweet
Mouth-watering baked goods like Oreo-stuffed brownies and giant muffins grace the shelves of Confections by Christina, a bakery that opened June 1 in the heart of Slippery Rock.
Local woman, sister triumph over cruise
Rose Jones' first cruise was a trip she'll never forget -- the Pine Township woman and her sister were passengers on the ill-fated Carnival Triumph that was stuck in the Gulf of Mexico for five days after it lost power.
Police: Former congresswoman hit by car in Slippery Rock
Former U.S. Rep. Melissa Hart was hurt Jan. 26 in downtown Slippery Rock, where a passing car hit her while she was opening the door to her station wagon.
Bus stop safety questioned
A Grove City Area School District mother is concerned about her daughter's safety while waiting for the school bus.
SR board OKs prelim budget
Slippery Rock school board members have adopted a preliminary budget despite a few unknowns about how the state's spending plan will factor into the final version.
Rotary offers Reality Tour
The Grove City Rotary Club is offering a dose of reality for kids before they start experimenting with drugs.
Watchdog group urges water testing ASAP
Paying roughly $1,000 for a water test might seem like too much, but to people like Carrie Hahn and other members of the Fracking Truth Alliance of Lawrence and Mercer Counties, having the assurance that your water is safe to drink and use means a lot.
Landfill fight goes to higher level
Owners of Tri-County Landfill, Inc. are taking the decades-long fight to reopen and enlarge a landfill in Liberty and Pine townships to the Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania.
Blue Ribbon Tavern reopens
Blue Ribbon Tavern in downtown Grove City has been up and running for over a week after a brief shutdown.
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