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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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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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Teacher's pet at Fox Chapel Area schools, sort of

It all started with a Border Collie named Amber. Amber relentlessly barked at Fox Chapel School District Police Officer Dennis Lynch every morning during O’Hara Elementary School’s student drop-off time during the Covid-19 pandemic. In response, Lynch decided to make a friend. He gave her a treat every...
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Veteran banners honor, recognize service

When driving down a number of Butler County roads, you may notice banners displaying veterans on street lamps. Those banners, which are cared for by dedicated volunteers and loving families, each honor a veteran and recognize their service. A member of American Legion Post 117 started the initiative in 2016...
BUTLER COUNTY, PA
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Clarion County Man Arrested After Allegedly Stealing Dirt Bike from Juvenile, Threatening to Shoot Him

RIMERSBURG, Pa. (EYT) – A Clarion County man is behind bars after he allegedly threatened a juvenile and stole his dirt bike at a convenience store in Rimersburg. According to court documents, the New Bethlehem Borough Police Department on Thursday, May 26, filed criminal charges against 27-year-old Allen Ceffe Griffin III, of Rimersburg, in Magisterial District Judge Jeffrey C. Miller’s office.
CLARION COUNTY, PA
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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.
NEW KENSINGTON, PA
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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
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Smith, Carter, Payne usher in 2022 Connie Hawkins League HOF inductions, May 28

10—The nationally and internationally recognized Connie Hawkins Pro-Am/NCAA Summer Basketball League will present the 2022 Hall of Fame Class on Saturday, May 28, at noon at the DoubleTree Hotel in Monroeville. The event is coupled with the 48th Annual Willie “Pops” Stargell MVP Awards recognizing those members of the community that represent the “We Are Fam-i-lee” credo as was established by the late, great Willie Stargell.
PITTSBURGH, PA
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Rams’ Peccon finds a home at St. Vincent

For many athletes, graduating high school serves as the end of the line for their playing careers. But Ringgold’s Nick Peccon has had his eyes set on playing college basketball for years. To read the rest of the story, please see a copy of Saturday’s Mon Valley Independent, call...
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Valencia High sings and dances through graduation

Valencia High School might not be known for its music department, but its graduation ceremony at College of the Canyons’ Cougar Stadium on Thursday might prove otherwise. The ceremony began with nothing out of the ordinary – taped messages from students, the procession of students to “Pomp and Circumstance,” the pledge of allegiance with color guard being provided by JROTC and a welcome address by Principal Pete M. Getz.
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ADAMS TWP — Mars Area Centennial School sixth-graders Lukas Boronyak and Alexis Riner were selected to receive 2021-22 Good Citizen Awards. Teachers and staff members were asked to vote for two students from a list of sixth-graders who were selected to serve as school ambassadors during the school’s Fourth Grade Transition Days in April. During the event, the ambassadors led Mars Area Elementary School fourth-graders, who will be graduating to the fifth-grade next school year, on tours of the building.
MARS, 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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Police Searching For Man Passing Counterfeit Bills

State police in Butler are searching for a man who allegedly has been passing counterfeit bills at local businesses. Police say the man has been suspected of passing the fake money at different businesses, but specifically appears to be targeting Dollar General stores. He’s described as a white male, with...
BUTLER, PA
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