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Since stepping into the role of chief diversity officer of the Office of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging, more than a year ago, Dr. Anthony Jones and his team...
January 24, 2023 Special Sections
The pandemic forced change on many people and businesses, most notably with the more significant use of modern technology. Think about the increase in the use of digital ...
January 24, 2023 Special Sections
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Mind & Body
The “winter blues” might be more than just blues, it could be seasonal depression, which is also known as seasonal affective disorder, or SAD. According to Mental Health ...
January 11, 2023 Special Sections
“If you think about it, mentally, you have to be taking care of yourself in order to work on the physical piece,” said Rich Blews, the peer support manager and housing en...
January 11, 2023 Special Sections
For as long as she can remember, Heidi Nicholls Bowser, the membership and healthy living director at the Butler YMCA, has noticed that the No. 1 New Year’s resolution ha...
January 11, 2023 Special Sections
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Bridal Guide
The new year brings renewal, change and innovation, and that rings true for engagement rings. “So many more people want custom-made; they don’t want cookie-cutter jewelry...
January 04, 2023 Special Sections
Wedding planning is a unique experience unlike any endeavor most couples will ever encounter. Much effort goes into planning a wedding, and that includes building a budge...
January 04, 2023 Special Sections
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Seeking Refuge
Three young Ukrainian families who escaped their war-torn hometown of Kharkov think the American holiday of Thanksgiving is a good time to say they cannot find the words ...
November 23, 2022 Local News
CRANBERRY TWP — Huge, steaming pots of homemade food and endless carafes of coffee and tea sustain 11 adults and children seeking refuge at the crowded Ehrman Farms home ...
July 16, 2022 Local News
When it comes to helping those in need, Butler County residents have proven their generosity again and again by donating amounts large and small straight from the heart. ...
June 20, 2022 Local News
Two young Ukrainian families are relieved to be watching the deer and chipmunks frolic on their hosts’ Cranberry Township lawn, and not wondering where the next bomb will...
June 18, 2022 Local News
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Progress
According to Data USA, in 2020, the median age of the nearly 188,000 people living in Butler County was 43.4 years, with the median age getting older each passing year. ...
November 11, 2022 Progress
It may be a park, a junk ordinance or top notch snow removal, but all municipalities in Butler County try to provide the things residents want and need. In Adams Township...
November 04, 2022 Progress
Jessica and Ben Brewster moved to Saxonburg in 2018 to provide a simpler life for themselves and their daughter, Ella, 12, and they haven’t regretted the decision for a s...
November 04, 2022 Progress
Butler County’s net population growth of 510 people from April 2020 to July 2021 was one of the largest percentage-wise and one of only two counties to experience growth ...
November 02, 2022 Progress
If you don’t keep up you’ll fall behind. According to the Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry Center for Workforce Information & Analysis, the health care and soc...
November 02, 2022 Progress
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Answer Book
Al-Anon Contact: 800-628-8920 or www.pa-al-anon.org Alcoholics Anonymous Telephone: 724-679-5647 Website: www.district1aa.org Alzheimer’s Disease Lifesteps Adult Day...
July 27, 2022
Public Schools ∎Allegheny-Clarion Valley School District Address: 776 Route 58, Foxburg, PA 16038 Phone: 724-659-5820 Fax: 724-659-4774 Website: www...
July 27, 2022 Special Sections
∎Butler Area Public Library Hours: Monday to Thursday, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Saturday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.; closed Sunday Address: 218 N. ...
July 27, 2022 Special Sections
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Farm Show
These participants recently placed first in competition at the Butler Farm Show. The show concluded on Saturday. DEPARTMENT 1 - HORSES Section 3 - REGISTERED PE...
August 19, 2022 Local News
These participants recently placed first in competition at the Butler Farm Show. The show concluded on Saturday. DEPARTMENT 2 - DAIRY Section 1 - AYRSHIRE Clas...
August 19, 2022 Local News
DEPARTMENT 9 - RABBITS Section 1 - RABBIT BREEDS Class 1015 - AMERICAN BLUE/Jr. BUCK, Robert Bittner, Evans City Class 1016 - AMERICAN BLUE/Jr. DOE, Jinnie-Ann ...
August 19, 2022 Local News
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