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Suspect turns himself in after alleged assault
BUTLER TWP — A Lyndora man — possibly armed with a rock-in-a-sock — is accused of breaking into a home Sunday and beating his ex-wife's boyfriend.
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arrow Police arrest Concord Twp man on drug charges 02/08 - 9:27am
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War of words, funds goes on
The war of words between state officials and the founder of a drug prevention program in Butler that has been barred from receiving state funding has intensified, with both sides accusing the other of giving misinformation.
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Board may soon revisit sale of schools
As the Butler School Board reviews the district building consolidation effort, potential buyers of the four closed schools are in limbo since any sales have been put on hold.
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Butler man dies in 1-car crash early Saturday
SLIPPERY ROCK TWP — A driver may have crashed his car into the base of a sign at the entrance to Slippery Rock High School four hours before his body was discovered early Saturday morning, according to investigators.
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Concord man accused of growing marijuana
CONCORD TWP — A township man faces a hearing this week in connection with an alleged indoor marijuana growing operation at his home in 2014.
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Couple jailed after incident at twp. store
BUTLER TWP — What began as a seemingly simple shoplifting landed a Butler couple in jail — each charged with two felonies.
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