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Lighting Strikes Building in Beaver Falls, Road Closed in Area Because of Falling Debris

(Photo by Frank Sparks, Beaver County Radio) (Beaver Falls, Pa.) Beaver County Radio News Correspondent Sandy Giordano is reporting this morning that the City of Beaver Falls Fire Department was called out around 10PM last night to the former Angeles Apartment building at the corner of 14th street and 7th Ave. after the building was struck by lightning. The roadway in that area is currently closed due to safety concerns as debris from the chimney of the building fell to the street below. The City of Beaver Falls Public Works Department was also dispatched to the scene to clean up the debris.
BEAVER FALLS, PA

Good vibes at fresh Alliance market site

Fresh food and fun were on the menu Saturday at the opening day of the Alliance Farmers Market. The weekly showcase has a new home for the 2022 season, at the northeast corner of East State Street at South Union Avenue. Those who attended June 25 cited plenty of parking and a spread out shopping area as pleasing parts of their experience. Activities are available for children and adults alike during the rain-or-shine Saturday events that...
ALLIANCE, OH
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McConnells Mill State Park Offers Hiking, History, and Rock Climbing (Mon., 6/27/22)

Whether you’re a tree hugger or just looking to get some fresh air after months in quarantine, McConnells Mill State Park makes for an exciting nearby day trip. Prehistoric, glacial drainage cut a deep gorge into the landscape, leaving some spectacular boulders and waterfalls. Remember—it’s called Slippery Rock Creek for a reason. Stay on the trails, don’t swim, and enjoy your fishing, hiking, hunting, rock climbing, or whitewater boating safely. The park is also a prime spot for bird-watching or observing (from a distance) any wildlife, such as beavers or groundhogs. The park takes its name from Thomas McConnell, who bought a gristmill on the creek in 1875. He later added water turbines and roller mills, which visitors can see for free during the preserved mill’s normal operating hours. The nearby covered bridge is a National Historic Landmark. Bring a picnic basket or grab food from a nearby establishment, such as North Country Brewing Company in Slippery Rock. (C. Maggio)
SLIPPERY ROCK, PA
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