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New Stanton to set off fireworks display Saturday night

New Stanton Borough will host its third annual fireworks over New Stanton beginning at 8:30 p.m. Saturday. Schaefer Fireworks of Ronks, Lancaster County, will produce the fireworks display. In the case of rain, the fireworks will be rescheduled for Sunday.
NEW STANTON, PA
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EPA monitoring environmental impact of Harmar Township train derailment

OAKMONT, Pa. (KDKA) — Across the river from the scene of Thursday's train derailment in Harmar Township, people in Oakmont are wondering how it could impact the environment for all communities up and down the Allegheny Valley."This river finally got cleaned up a little and it breaks my heart that here we are again," said Mary Ann Menten, who was visiting her hometown of Oakmont on Friday.Kevin Clark, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's on-scene coordinator, said that the agency has a wide variety of high-tech air monitors deployed in the surrounding area to keep the public protected.Emergency crews said petroleum...
OAKMONT, PA
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Formerly endangered falcons calling Tarentum Bridge, U.S. Steel Clairton Works home

Youngsters of the formerly endangered peregrine falcon are popping up at usual places like the Tarentum Bridge and an unexpected location — the U.S. Steel Clairton Coke Works. The peregrine falcon was removed from Pennsylvania’s endangered and threatened species list last year. In the 1970s, exposure to pesticides, especially...
CLAIRTON, PA
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Osikowicz, Ryan lead Seton Hill to victory in Division II World Series

The Seton Hill softball team rebounded from an opening loss in the NCAA Division II World Series and stayed alive with an 8-1 victory over Adelphi (N.Y.) in the loser’s bracket game Friday night in Denver. The Griffins (42-11) will take on Cal State Dominguez Hills (42-22) at 4:30...
GREENSBURG, PA
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In brief: News from Blawnox, Fox Chapel and Sharpsburg

The Best of Blawnox is hosting its first annual Spring Art Fling from noon to 3 p.m. on June 4. Meander down the Blawnox business district on Freeport Road and experience various forms of art, music, food trucks and more. There will be demonstrations, exhibits and workshops for children. Visit...
BLAWNOX, PA
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Fawn stops by for quick tour of North Huntingdon counter-top supplier

There are plenty of job openings in the local economy right now, but Vangura Surfacing Products in North Huntingdon doesn’t really have many positions open for an applicant without opposable thumbs. So when a fawn wandered through an open bay door on Friday morning, shop supervisor Russell Shirley knew...
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New Kensington residents charged after pound of suspected cocaine, weapons found in apartment

A man and woman from New Kensington face drug charges after police say they found about a pound of suspected cocaine and guns during a raid at an apartment late last month. New Kensington police worked with narcotics agent Wes Biricocchi from the Pennsylvania Attorney General’s Drug Task Force to serve a search warrant April 25 for an apartment in the 1100 block of Fifth Avenue.
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Franklin Township Municipal Sanitary Authority plans 8% rate hike

Franklin Township Municipal Sanitary Authority customers are preparing for an 8% rate hike announced recently. The rate hike is part of FTMSA’s plan for addressing a consent order with the state Department of Environmental Protection, aimed at eliminating sewer system overflows. The authority has borrowed $20 million throughmunicipal bonds to help fund the steps necessary to comply with the order.
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New Kensington police seek info on car's driver

New Kensington police are seeking information about the driver of a car seen May 4 in the city. A social media post asked for information about a blue Honda Civic, seen outside of the New Kensington Denny’s on Tarentum Bridge Road (Route 366) around 5:30 a.m. on May 4.
NEW KENSINGTON, PA

Shapiro marks beginning of general election campaign in Johnstown

JOHNSTOWN, Pa. (WTAJ) — Pennsylvania Attorney General and gubernatorial candidate John Shapiro visited Johnstown Thursday to kick off his General Election Campaign. Shapiro spoke on a range of topics that included education funding, school safety, policing, abortion and affordable internet access to underserved communities. Ahead of his remarks, Johnstown Mayor Frank Janakovic introduced Shapiro to […]
JOHNSTOWN, PA
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4-vehicle crash shuts down Ardmore Boulevard in Forest Hills

Emergency responders are on the scene of a multi-vehicle crash that has completely closed Ardmore Boulevard on Saturday afternoon. The crash was reported shortly after 12:30 p.m. along Ardmore Boulevard near Braddock Road in Forest Hills. County officials said four vehicles are involved in the crash, and traffic is shut...
FOREST HILLS, PA
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