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Woman who died in crash is identified
CENTER TWP — State police have identified the victim of a fatal crash this morning as 27-year-old Nicole Boyle of Lyndora.
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arrow Saxonburg man hit by 2 vehicles on I-279 05/01 - 5:38pm
arrow Man on mini bike allegedly drives in front of Jeep, gets hit, on the way to the bar 05/01 - 5:07pm
 
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Mini bike rider run over by Jeep
CLINTON TWP — A man on a mini bike was believed drunk Saturday evening when he drove in front of a Jeep on Saxonburg Boulevard, authorities said.
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Expect delays on Turnpike at Cranberry
CRANBERRY TWP — Drivers should expect delays on the Pennsylvania Turnpike tonight and Tuesday morning as crews work on the highway’s median barrier, the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission said.
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Man seriously hurt after being hit by vehicles
PITTSBURGH — A Butler County man was seriously injured early Sunday morning when two vehicles struck him as he walked on Interstate 279 northbound in Pittsburgh, state police said.
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Route 528 reopens to traffic
JACKSON TWP — Route 528 between Route 68 and Interstate 79 was back open to traffic this morning.
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Fatal shooting in New Castle
NEW CASTLE — A man was fatally shot in New Castle early this morning.
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1. The Audubon Society of Western Pennsylvania is planning a regional $7 million fundraising effort that, in part, will fund changes at the Succop Nature Park in Penn Township.
2. Dogs and their owners get training tips at the 2016 Obedience and Rally Trials sponsored by the Butler Dog Training Association.
Do not be quick with your mouth, do not be hasty in your heart to utter anything before God. God is in heaven and you are on earth, so let your
(Ecclesiastes 5:2)
Nowadays when people see the light, it’s merely the glow coming from their smart phones.
 

 

#22kill

Every day 22 veterans commit suicide as a result of post traumatic stress disorder, PTSD.

To promote an awareness of this tragic situation, the Butler Eagle like many other businesses and groups nationwide is pledging to have employees or members do 22 push ups for 22 days.

It is hoped that this symbolic act will cause all of us to pause and think about how we can help veterans who have done so much already to help the rest of us.

Local Events

Monday, May 2, 2016
Lifesteps Child Check Screening Scheduled
Butler YMCA

Thursday, January 14, 2016 -to- Thursday, May 26, 2016
Birds and Nature Hike at Succop Nature Park
Succop Nature Park

Saturday, May 7, 2016 -to- Saturday, September 3, 2016
Petrolia Community Market
Petrolia Park

Tuesday, May 10, 2016
Fight the Bite!
South Butler Community Library


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