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School district has new policies on student records, bathroom use and participation in athletics
HOOKSTOWN, Pa. (KDKA) — A Beaver County school board approved several new policies that will impact its LGBTQ students.The South Side Area School District said the policies focus on student records, bathroom use and participation in athletics. The proposals were first introduced in December 2023, shortly after a slate of newly-elected Republican board members were seated. The first policy lays out guidance for using students' preferred names and pronounces. It states when enrolling a child, a parent must indicate the child's sex for school records. If that changes, the district needs the new identity in writing.The second policy states students must use...
Charges held for court against off-duty officer accused of causing man's death
BEAVER, Pa. — Criminal charges against a former Center Township police officer were held for court Thursday. John Hawk is charged with involuntary manslaughter, aggravated assault, recklessly endangering another person, and simple assault. The charge of perjury was dropped. Hawk is accused of performing a leg-swipe on the victim,...
Woman accused of denying access to business website, demanding ransom
A former employee of a Harmony business denied access to the business’ website for a ransom of $36,000, according to charges filed by Jackson Township police. Kelly D. Yockey, 36, of Cranberry Township, was charged Thursday, Feb. 22, with felonies extortion and unlawful use of a computer. Police said...
Police investigating man found shot in face in Butler
The Butler City Police Department is investigating a man who was found shot in the face Wednesday afternoon.
One Injured In Route 422 Accident
One person was taken to the hospital after a crash on Route 422 yesterday morning. The two-vehicle accident happened in the westbound lane of Route 422 in Slippery Rock Township, Lawrence County just after 7 a.m. Police say 26-year-old Dominque Hill of Youngstown was speeding while approaching an intersection and...
Opioid crisis 'not a situation that can be solved by the police'
(The Center Square) — Treating drug addiction is two-fold: one part is law enforcement reducing the supply and another is getting addicts the help they need to recover. Such is what legislators heard during a House Republican Policy Committee on Thursday as Pennsylvania continues to deal with an opioid crisis that outpaces the rest of the country. “Every two hours in the commonwealth of Pennsylvania, we lose a life to...
South Side Area adopts pronoun, restroom policies for trans students
GREENE TWP. ― The South Side Area School Board on Wednesday adopted a trio of policies centered on transgender students’ records, pronouns, restroom use and participation in sports. The board adopted the measures with little public discussion at its regular meeting. The first policy, titled sex-based distinctions in...
Three Must-Try Japanese Restaurants in Monaca: A Culinary Journey
In this article, we will be exploring three exceptional Japanese restaurants in Monaca. Have you had the opportunity to dine at any of these establishments yet? If you have, we'd love to hear about your experiences in the comments section below:
Three accused of breaking into abandoned St. Catherine Medical Center complex
FOUNTAIN SPRINGS – Two men are in county prison and another is free on bail, all accused of breaking into the boiler room of the former Saint Catherine Medical Center here over the weekend. Jeffrey Murphy, 44, of 541 East 9th Street, Berwick, Brian Boblick, 39, of 237 South...
Lottery ticket worth over $160,000 sold at local Rite Aid
A prize-winning Pennsylvania Lottery ticket worth $161,426 was recently sold in Butler County.
Neighbors concerned with amount of stray cats in Baden area
Channel 11 saw at least a dozen strays running around and hanging out on lawns.
PA Aliquippa's Most Loveable Dogs Eagerly Awaits Forever Homes Today!
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 aliquippa..
Three Individuals Injured After Driver Blows Through Stop Sign, Causing Crash in Cranberry Township
CRANBERRY TWP., Pa. (EYT) – Multiple injuries were reported in a two-vehicle collision at the intersection of State Route 157 and Hill City Road in Cranberry Township. According to a release issued by PSP Franklin on Wednesday, February 21, the crash took place at 2:15 p.m. on Thursday, February 15.
UPMC Hillman Cancer Center to expand care with nearly $10M project in Shenango Valley
The UPMC Hillman Cancer Center at UPMC Horizon-Shenango Valley will soon expand its services for the people of Lawrence and Mercer counties.
Dense fog advisory issued for part of Pennsylvania until Friday morning
On Thursday at 10:34 p.m. the National Weather Service issued a dense fog advisory in effect until Friday at 9 a.m. for Mercer, Venango, Lawrence and Beaver counties. The weather service adds, "Visibility one quarter mile or less in dense fog." "Low visibility could make driving conditions hazardous," explains the...
Man Accused Of Abusing Pregnant Girlfriend
An Evans City man is facing charges after assaulting his pregnant girlfriend. Before 1 a.m. this past Saturday morning, State Police were called to a home in the 300 block of East Main Street in Evans City for a domestic altercation. By the time police arrived, the alleged suspect, 34-year-old Loren Lawrence, had left the home after a verbal fight with the victim.
Cars Hits Small Embankment In Restaurant Parking Lot
Police say the night before a fire at a former popular restaurant in Butler Township, a car drove over a small embankment. Shortly before 2 a.m. Saturday morning this past weekend, Butler Township Police were called to W. Rick’s Taproom and Grill on Meridian Road for a single vehicle crash.
Save-A-Lot Closing In Pullman Square
A local grocery store in Butler is closing this weekend. The Save A Lot in the Pullman Square will be shutting down this Saturday. Officials at the store told our newsroom that lack of sales was a problem but also the inability to come to a deal with the landlord over rent.
Going for gold, again
Seneca Valley's Isaiah Clerkley will look to defend his WPIAL Class 3A boys title from a year ago and anyone looking to challenge him just received some bad news. In his final home meet, the senior turned in the best six-dive effort of his scholastic career with a school- and pool-record score of 370.70 last Thursday against Butler.
WPIAL boys basketball quarterfinals: Top-seeded Deer Lakes outlasts Ellwood City with OT buzzer-beater; Mohawk heading to first WPIAL semifinal since 1970; Burrell stuns Shady Side Academy
It’s not often when you talk about an overtime game with less than 80 combined points as an instant classic, but nobody who attended a WPIAL Class 3A quarterfinal between No. 1-seeded Deer Lakes and No. 9 Ellwood City Thursday night will forget it any time soon. The game...