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Most tell school board: Keep Har-Mer open
If Monday night's public hearing about the future of Har-Mer Elementary School is any indication, most parents and residents want the building to remain open for students in kindergarten through fifth grade.
Save the 'queen of Broad Street'
Grove City's historic movie house has been generous to the community - and the community has an opportunity to give back.
Shell hosts drilling open house
A large crowd filled Harrisville Volunteer Fire Company Wednesday to check out an open house hosted by Shell Exploration & Production Co., which had staff members on hand to talk with residents about local gas and oil drilling plans.
Landfill opinions aired at local DEP hearing
Tri-County Landfill, Inc.'s application process to reopen and expand a landfill outside of Grove City is winding down.
Rock directors planning budget
Slippery Rock school board members are well on their way to adopting a preliminary budget for the 2013-14 school year.
Fracking Truth discusses water testing, anti-drill petitions, website
Despite frigid temperatures, about 25 people attended a meeting of the Fracking Truth Alliance of Lawrence and Mercer Counties at Westminster College's Field Station.
Traveling wall will come to GC
Grove City Council promised to support a wall honoring veterans in September.
Golf club's suit goes to fed court
Chemical giant DuPont has transferred a lawsuit alleging an herbicide the company produced killed trees at Grove City Country Club to federal court.
Chamber shows, sows connections
Good times were had by all Wednesday night at the annual Grove City Area Chamber of Commerce dinner held at Grove City College, where the large crowd shared laughs, life lessons and well wishes.
Barkeyville adopts spending plan
Barkeyville adopted its budget on Jan. 8, which doesn't raise taxes and will include a facelift to the maintenance building and the zoning ordinance.
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