Community Prayer Service set at Dutilh
Cookie Debuts Girl
MARS — Just in time to sink those New Year’s resolutions about eating better, Girl Scout cookies sales are ramping up.
Police: Fombell man tried to flee
ZELIENOPLE — A Fombell man Tuesday waived charges after he allegedly tried to flee borough police. Benjamin V. Cunningham, 26, was arrested Dec. 19 after attempting to flee police along Route 228 in Franklin Township, Beaver County, police said.
Police: Mother gave son pills
CRANBERRY TWP — Police say a township woman endangered her child’s safety after allegedly giving him antidepressant pills.
Skate park project gets grant
ZELIENOPLE — The project to build a new skate park in the borough’s community park is another step closer to achieving its funding goal.
Students ready flag for fire station
ADAMS TWP — A Mars High School sophomore has coordinated a project that demonstrates to the Adams Area Fire District how much students appreciate firefighters.
Worker scalded in dairy accident
FORWARD TWP — A longtime employee was flown by helicopter to a Pittsburgh hospital on Thursday after being scalded by hot water at the Marburger Farm Dairy.
3 join CWNC board of directors
CRANBERRY TWP — Cardinal Wuerl North Catholic High School recently welcomed three new members for its board of directors. Cecilia Fichter-DeSando, James Sismour, and Jodi Potter are the newest members of the board.
Pennsylvania Lottery warns about potential scams
The Pennsylvania Lottery is cautioning consumers to be aware of e-mails, phone calls and social media messages from scammers pretending to be a “claim agent or a “claim officer” representing the Pennsylvania Lottery.
Prison guards in hot water
Eight Butler County Prison corrections officers were suspended in late November and December after stealing items from inmates.
Taking Center Stage
President-elect Donald Trump is set to take the presidential oath of office Friday. And, as with his campaign and the general election on Nov. 8, nobody knows quite what to expect.
Tools of the trade
HARMONY — Last week, apprenticeship students started to get hands-on training at the new Steamfitters training facility on Wise Road. Jan. 9 was the first day of classes.