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Two Raids in Beaver Falls On Wednesday Net Four Arrest, Three From Beaver Falls

(Photo by Beaver County Radio Staff of raid location at 816 13th Street in Beaver Falls) Story by Beaver County Radio News Correspondent Sandy Giordano. (Beaver Falls, Pa.) Beaver Falls Police, New Brighton Police and the PA Office of the Attorney General conducted two separate narcotics investigations Wednesday morning, June 16, 2021 that led to the execution of search warrants at two Beaver Falls locations.
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Structural Fire Behind Beaver Tire in Vanport Twp. Currently Ongoing

Story and photos by Beaver County Radio Program/News Director Frank Sparks. (Vanport Twp., Pa.) Fire Crews were called to the scene of a structural fire in Vanport Twp. early this morning. Beaver County 911 is reporting that crews were called to the scene at 5:15 AM this morning. Beaver County Radio’s Frank Sparks was in the area and heard loud booming noises and when he went outside in Bridgewater he heard the fire whistles going off and saw the smoke pouring into the air in the area of the Beaver Cemetery. Sparks went to the area to investigate and found what a dispatcher explains as a plastic manufacturer right behind Beaver Tire fully engulfed in flames. The Fire is in between Georgetown Lane and Tuscarawas Road in Vanport Twp.. Crews were still on the scene as of 6:30 AM and are asking everyone to avoid the area if possible. A 911 dispatcher stated that she had to call a Center Police officer to the area of Texas Roadhouse because the smoke from the fire was so thick and black that someone called 911 thinking that a business in that area was on fire. Stay tuned to Beaver County Radio as this story continues to develop. You can see photos of the fire below taken by Beaver County radio’s Frank Sparks.
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Large fire destroys structure in Beaver County

VANPORT, Pa. — A large fire destroyed a structure in Vanport, Beaver County, on Thursday morning. The fire was reported in the area of Meyers Tires on Tuscarawas Road. Sky 4 was over the scene as smoke billowed from the destroyed structure. It was initially unclear what the structure was.
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Aliquippa Receives Grant For Much Needed Repairs To The Football Stadium

Story by Beaver County Radio News Correspondent Sandy Giordano. (Aliquippa, Pa.) Aliquippa School District Superintendent Dr. Peter M.. Carbone announced att Wednesday night’s meeting that the district received a $250,000.00 CDBG grant to replace the Carl A.Aschman Memorial Stadium visitors section which has been closed for a few years .
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PHOTOS: Bald eagles soar near New Brighton park

NEW BRIGHTON — Beaver County's resident bald eagles are out this summer alongside a host of other wildlife that can be spotted near Big Rock Park. The New Brighton birds of prey nest in a tree just down the Beaver River and, with a little patience, can be seen throughout the day hunting and providing for young.
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Aliquippa School Board Adopts 2021-2022 Budget And Retains Business Manager

Story by Beaver County Radio News Correspondent Sandy Giordano. (Aliquippa, Pa.) Aliquippa School Board adopted its 2021-22 budget of $26,698,455.00 at last night’s meeting. Real estate taxes will be 261.5 mills, representing a 3.5 mill increase, and 41.5 mills on building, which represents a 1 mill increase.District Business manager/treasurer Debbie Engleman said expenditures for the year had to be cut to balance the budget.
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Judge Mancini: No court proceedings Friday in observance of Juneteenth

BEAVER — Local court proceedings will be closed in observance of Juneteenth. President Judge Richard Mancini late Tuesday announced an administrative order that no court proceedings will take place on Friday. The Beaver County Courthouse itself will not be fully closed, however, and essential functions including PFA intakes, emergency domestic...
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Blackhawk High School announces graduates

CHIPPEWA TWP. — Blackhawk High School Class of 2021 held its commencement June 11. Graduate speakers were Alaina Cline, Makenna Moore and Ian Tweed, senior class president. High Honor Graduates: Kayla Adams, Jennifer Black, Hannah Burau, Emma Camp, Paige Campbell, Alaina Cline, Julianna DeChellis, Gemma DeSanzo, Kenneth Duschek, Nolan Finkbeiner, Mitchell Fleischman, Christine Frantz, Cara Greco, Lilyan Hartline, Mara Hartman, James Hofer, Jacob Hopkins, Shane Hughes, Madeline Hupp, Kate Jena, Karyne Kinger, Madison Kostial, Evan Krut, Nino Leopardi, Natalie Leslie, Derek Liberatore, Parker Matscherz, Ryan McClymonds, Noah McElravy, Emma McKnight, Erika Michael, Makenna Moore, Devyn Moye, Ena Muzzana, Nicholas Novak, Taylor Reynolds, Connor Richards, Ashley Ryniak, Nathaniel Schneider, Rylie Siget, Riley Sims, Jayne Steele, Chloe Stein, Kelsey Stoner, Jolie Strati, Alivia Thompson, Ian Tweed, Camdyn Verrico, Madison Wagner, Morgan Wissner, Sophia Withrow, Alivia Wooley, Chase Young.
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Sheldon Jeter Jr’s Trial Continues In Beaver County Court

(Beaver, Pa.) The Trial for Sheldon Jeter Jr is continuing in Beaver County Court . Testimony from investigators and experts on Tuesday focused on Jeter’s car and his bedroom as they made their case against Jeter in the murder of his friend and roommate Tyric Pugh on May 15, 2020.
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Chippewa Board of Supervisors Hold Meeting

(Story by Beaver County Radio News Correspondent Curtis Walsh) (Chippewa Township, PA) The Chippewa Township Board of Supervisors held their second meeting of June tonight. The board approved the reappointment of Dan Olayer to the Property Maintenance Code Board of Appeals. The Board went on to make an amendment to Resolution 2021-5, which will raise the fee for door to door solicitors. The fee was raised from $25.00 to $50.00 per day. This amendment was followed by another, to the Chippewa Code of Ordinances Part 1 – 101. The additional amendment will change language to the existing ordinance which has been in place since 1984, and will allow residents to deny solicitors by placing no soliciting signs on their property if they choose to do so. The Police department reported 403 complaints handled and 199 calls received during May and the board approved their payment of bills at a total of $128,223.80.
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Beaver County COVID-19 vaccine tracker: 39% of people fully vaccinated

Some 39% of people living in Beaver County are fully vaccinated as of June 15, according to data from the Pennsylvania Department of Health. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention considers someone fully vaccinated two weeks after they've been given a single-dose shot (Johnson & Johnson) or a second shot (either Pfizer or Moderna).
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Beaver vs. Tunkhannok broadcast will begin at 2:05

The Beaver vs. Tunkhannok State Championship Softball game was delayed by a preceding game that went into extra innings. The broadcast will begin with pregame at 2:05 and the game will get underway at 2:30. Stay tuned to Beaver County Radio!
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Gas impact fee revenue declines in Pennsylvania; Beaver County to see $425K

Pennsylvania’s impact fee on natural gas producers will add more than $146 million to local and state government this year, including nearly $425,000 to Beaver County. The state Public Utility Commission on Monday announced counties and municipalities directly touched by drilling will receive a total of $71.5 million for the 2020 reporting year, with another $51 million transferred to the Marcellus Legacy Fund to support environmental, highway, water and sewer projects statewide. The remaining $23.8 million will be distributed to state agencies.
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The Beaver Bobcats take the softball State Title!

Beaver met with Tunkhannok in State College for todays softball state championship game. Beaver scored their first run in the second inning to take a 1-0 lead. The next couple of innings were scoreless until Beaver scored again in the fifth. The Bobcats had a 3-0 lead during the top of the sixth until Tunkhannok scored a run in the bottom to bring it to 3-1 going into the seventh. Beaver scored one more run in the seventh but allowed Tunkhannok to get three runs in to tie the game at 4 and take it into extra innings. The eighth inning went scoreless. Beaver got a run during the top of the ninth. While Beaver led 5-4 in the bottom of the ninth, Tunkhannok has two runners on base and Beaver managed a double play to seal the game at 5-4. Beaver ended their season 21-0 as undefeated state champions. Hear the Beaver County Radio post game below with announcers Bob Barrickman and Mike Azadian.
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BVARA field day to return at Old Economy Park

BADEN -- The Beaver Valley Amateur Radio Association will host its annual "field day" June 25-27 at shelter one at Old Economy Park in Baden. According to the BVARA Facebook page, the event is organized to teach visitors about amateur radio and how to connect with others without commercial electricity or internet during emergencies.
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Perfection: Beaver softball wins PIAA title

UNIVERSITY PARK — For the first time in school history, the Beaver Area Bobcats are PIAA softball champions. Entering the 4A title game with a perfect record of 20-0, Beaver finished the job on Thursday afternoon, defeating Tunkhannock 5-4 in nine innings at Penn State’s Beard Field. "It's amazing. This...
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Blackhawk QB Club To Host Football Tournaments In June & Joe Hamilton Golf Classic In July

The school year may be over, but that doesn’t mean that high school athletes and coaches have to stay out of the competitive ring. Two upcoming events presented by the Blackhawk Quarterback Club will offer high school football players and athletes of all calibers on the golf course to get in shape and battle it out for a good cause. QB Club President Paul Heckathorn and Blackhawk head football coach Zach Hayward joined Matt Drzik to talk about these two events.