Field, playground celebrated
The Miracle League of Southwestern PA was founded almost 10 years ago with the mission of giving children and adults with physical and mental disabilities a chance to play organized baseball.
Chamber event held at ice complex
CRANBERRY TWP — Several hundred people from around the region Monday night got a sampling of local fare in the same building where the defending Stanley Cup champions are holding training camp.
Mental health, youth forum slated Oct. 11
Fall festival set at Plains Presbyterian
Police say no problems at this point
Issues of racial tension and the apparent use of excessive force by police may be making news elsewhere, but those reflecting on these issues closer to home offer cautionary advice to keep lines of communications open.
Judge Kovach earns judicial certification
CRANBERRY TWP — District Judge David Kovach was again certified for service as a member of Pennsylvania’s Unified Judicial System after successful completion recently of continuing legal education course work.
Woman charged for neglect
BUTLER TWP — Township police have charged a Zelienople woman with endangering the welfare of children, after a nine-month investigation into allegations that she failed to get medical treatment for two children after they suffered burns in late 2015.
Butler Little Theatre begins its 76th season with a suspenseful “Vintage Hitchcock: A Live Radio Play” by Joe Landry opening Friday.
County fugitive caught after police pursuit
TARENTUM, Allegheny County — A fugitive wanted in a Butler holdup was arrested early Saturday morning after leading police on a high-speed chase in northern Allegheny County, authorities said.
Festival has new features
MARS — The smell of apples and cinnamon, all-day entertainment and more than 150 vendors will greet those who make the trip to the 2016 Mars Applefest.