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County to seek grant for DUI checkpoints
Butler County commissioners will vote on Wednesday to apply for a one-year state grant to pay area police officers for participating in the county DUI task force.
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arrow VA director post is open often 07/27 - 2:17pm
arrow Cranberry Relay for Life hits goal of $145,000 07/27 - 11:51am
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‘Shootout’ leaves 1 youth dead
ERIE — One teenager was killed and five other youths wounded in what police described as a “shootout” on an Erie street, authorities said Saturday.
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Partisan politics still rules
HARRISBURG — Gov. Tom Wolf holds a political science doctorate, but these days he’s a freshman with an incomplete in the first big test of his administration — getting a budget through the Republican-controlled Legislature.
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Human services still afloat
So far, Butler County’s human services department and the agencies it contracts with to provide services to nearly 20,000 people have not been affected by the state budget impasse.
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Infant hurt in ATV crash
MARION TWP — A 10-month old girl was hurt Saturday night when the all-terrain vehicle she was aboard crashed, authorities said.
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Bridge woes heard
MIDDLESEX TWP — The owner of a business on Route 8 recently removed a small bridge he said was unsafe for motorists, but 20 residents who used the bridge say a right of way exists that allows them access to the span.
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