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New Galilee man sentenced to 120 months in prison for attempted child exploitation
SCRANTON ― A resident of New Galilee has received a sentence of 120 months in prison for child exploitation crimes. According to the Department of Justice, the charges were filed after investigators discovered that 61-year-old Richard Rader had tried to entice a person he believed to be a 12-year-old child to send explicit photos in June 2022. During this period, on two occasions, Rader sent "obscene photos" of himself to this person.
Man accused of attacking dog with hatchet in Aliquippa taken into custody
A man accused of attacking a dog in Aliquippa earlier this week has been taken into custody, Channel 11 has learned.
East Liverpool police find 1000g of fentanyl pills during search
The East Liverpool Police Department had several drug seizures during February. The department, along with the Columbiana County Drug Task Force, served a search warrant in the city on February 12. During the search, officers found 1000 grams of suspected fentanyl pills, 56 grams of cocaine and a large amount...
Exploring Beaver Falls: 4 Pubs That Deserve Your Attention
In this article, we're exploring four notable pubs in Beaver Falls. Have you had the chance to visit any of them? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below:
Local Job Opportunities: PennDOT Hosting Career Fair in Beaver County on March 6
PennDOT District 11 will host a career fair on Wednesday, March 6, in Beaver County, Pennsylvania. The fair will be held at the Rochester Maintenance Building from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. The fair's purpose is to share information about available maintenance positions within the department.
Gastronomic Adventure: Discover 3 Unforgettable Sandwiches in Beaver Falls
This article presents a taste tour of three must-try sandwiches in Beaver Falls. Have you had the chance to savor any of these yet? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below!
Biz in the Valley: Affordable housing in Monaca, new Dollar General in Pulaski & more
Biz in the Valley is a monthly roundup of business happenings in the Beaver Valley and beyond. To submit an item, email email@example.com. An Ohio-based developer plans to build a 39-unit affordable housing complex in Monaca. Monaca Lofts, slated for 609 Pennsylvania Ave., will feature one- and two-bedroom pet-friendly apartments,...
Resource officer at local school saves 8-year-old student from choking
A local school resource officer is being honored after he saved an 8-year-old student from choking on a plastic bottle cap.
Community College of Beaver County program lets high school students start becoming teachers
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) -- Across the country, there is a severe teacher shortage and we're certainly seeing that here in the Pittsburgh area.So in an effort to combat the issue, a community college in Beaver County is making high school students become the teacher. At first, it sounds crazy: high school juniors and seniors taking college credits so that they can become teachers sooner rather than later. In some cases, these teachers are as young as 20, maybe even younger.It's called the Education High School Academy at the Community College of Beaver County. It works like this: the college offers credits that...
“The whole town is a crime scene”: Presidential candidate visits East Palestine
Independent presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. visited East Palestine Tuesday.
Oldest pizzeria in Ellwood City still serving favorite fare
ELLWOOD CITY ― In 1950, Johnny DeThomas founded Johnny's Pizza, making it the oldest restaurant/pizzeria in Ellwood City. Owners Mike and Lori Jeannette and their nephew Joe and...
Dog of The Week: Tulia ready to bring smiles to the family that gives her a forever home
(Dog of The Week is a feature of the Beaver County Humane Society shared by the Beaver County Times. The goal: Find forever homes for loyal companions.) CENTER TWP. ― Hi. My name is Tulia. I am a year-old female gray and white Pit Bull Terrier. I weigh about 56 pounds. I have been at the shelter since the end of January.
Residents Continue To Reel One Year After East Palestine Train Derailment
It’s been a little over a year since a train derailment in East Palestine, Ohio turned much of the town’s air toxic. Though the story is no longer in the headlines, the residents of East Palestine continue dealing with the impacts of this tragic incident every year. Martha is joined by environmental lawyer and Presidential Candidate Robert F. Kennedy, who’s been involved with the issue since the start, to discuss his candidacy, the ‘We The People’ Party, and whether he thinks he can win the 2024 Election. Later, Martha and RFK Jr. are joined by five East Palestine residents to get an intimate look into how the train derailment has affected those in the town, and how they feel about the White House’s response to this tragedy. Follow Martha on Twitter: @MarthaMacCallum
East Palestine water treatment continues in Huntington, truckloads could soon decrease
HUNTINGTON, WV (WOWK) – It’s been a little more than a year since a Norfolk Southern train derailed in East Palestine, Ohio, and cleanup efforts are still in full swing. The EPA has been collecting stormwater for treatment, and the Huntington Sanitary Board has been part of that process for months, with trucks carrying stormwater […]
Aliquippa City Council accepts Fiscal Officer’s retirement notice
Story by Sandy Giordano – Beaver County Radio. Published February 29, 2024 12:40 P.M. (Aliquippa, Pa) Fiscal Officer Cheryl McFarland announced that she plans to retire from her current position, and the council members announced at Wednesday night’s work session they will advertise the position. She was worked for the city for 11 years, and her retirement date hasn’t been determined.
New Beaver County DA speaks at neighborhood crime watch meeting
Bible updated the community on the start of his tenure.
Local volunteer fire company offering free smoke detectors to residents
A local volunteer fire company will be giving out free smoke detectors during the month of March.
Local Alert: Aliquippa Water Authority Finds Elevated Lead Levels, Urges Precautions and Participation in Voluntary Sampling
The Municipal Water Authority of Aliquippa (MWAA) has found elevated lead levels in some home tap water samples. High lead levels can pose health risks, especially for pregnant women and young children. The MWAA has suggested several measures to reduce lead exposure. These include running tap water for 60 seconds, using cold water for cooking and baby formula preparation, and avoiding hot water for these tasks. Boiling water does not reduce lead levels.
Open Your Homes and Hearts: The Pets Of Edinburg, PA Need You!
Whether you're thinking about adopting a pet or simply delight in watching cute animals, you'd find a plethora of endearing pets awaiting adoption at animal shelters across and close to edinburg..
Aliquippa Police Department raising money to add K-9 officer
The Aliquippa Police Department is looking to add a K-9 officer to its force.