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Age range continues to expand for fastest-growing sport in America
Age range continues to expand for fastest-growing sport in America
November 04, 2023 Community
CRANBERRY TWP — From participating in sports herself to coaching and becoming a certified personal trainer and exercise instructor, Kathy Hensler loves being on the move....
November 04, 2023 Community
Manufacturing will continue to play a major role in the future progress of Butler County. At present the county is home to more than 300 manufacturers, ranging from chemi...
November 01, 2023 Progress 2023
Critical thinking, hands-on learning and emotional intelligence taught in Butler County area school districts
Critical thinking, hands-on learning and emotional intelligence taught in Butler County area school districts
November 01, 2023 Progress
Over the past year, health systems in Butler County expanded provider offerings, implemented new surgical technology, took on multimillion dollar renovation projects and ...
November 01, 2023 Progress 2023
Heidi Nicholls Bowser, director of membership and healthy living at the Butler YMCA, said community support has taken the nonprofit from “surviving to thriving” in the af...
November 01, 2023 Progress 2023
For more than a century, MSA Safety has never wavered from its mission: “That men and women may work in safety and that they, their families and their communities may liv...
November 01, 2023 Progress
The Butler Eagle asked Butler County officials to submit a number of their exceptional employees. Below are those who were submitted: Steve Bicehouse Bicehouse is emerge...
November 01, 2023 Progress
The 2022-23 school year was filled with incredible achievements and new beginnings. Not only was this a nod to the opening of our innovative and award-winning (2022 Time ...
November 01, 2023 Progress 2023
Bill Holland, of Connoquenessing Township, remembers serving in Vietnam as a U.S. Air Force security guard. “We were the guys that guarded the perimeter. It wasn’t like b...
November 01, 2023 Progress 2023
Butler Memorial Hospital, which is part of the new Independence Health System, is privileged to be a healing presence in the community. We exist to make a positive differ...
November 01, 2023 Progress 2023
How do we make a difference in our community? Center for Community Resources was established in 2002 by Butler County Human Services to be the single point of contact for...
November 01, 2023 Progress 2023
BUTLER TWP — Katie Black knew she wanted to be a teacher, but she wasn’t sure what subject she wanted to pursue. Given that she had been playing the violin since age 7, s...
November 01, 2023 Progress 2023
Penn United Technologies’ apprenticeship program has about 30 people in it at any given time with roughly six new people joining a year, according to Dan Casey, manufactu...
November 01, 2023 Progress 2023
The Butler Eagle asked nonprofits across Butler County to submit a number of their exceptional employees. Below are those that were submitted: Mackenzie Hunt Macke...
November 01, 2023 Progress
From photography to snowmobile riding and a lot in between, the spaces at Moraine and McConnells Mill state parks have a lot to offer from sunrise to sundown — and many o...
November 01, 2023 Progress 2023
The Butler Eagle asked businesses across Butler County to recognize a number of their exceptional employees. Below are those that were submitted: Kitana Beblo Kitana Beb...
November 01, 2023 Progress 2023
The Butler Eagle asked schools and colleges across Butler County to submit a number of their exceptional employees. Below are those that were submitted: Varden Armstrong...
November 01, 2023 Progress 2023
Long before my time as a member of Cranberry Township’s board of supervisors, my predecessors created the blueprint for the township’s success. Before Cranberry’s growth ...
November 01, 2023 Progress 2023
Two Butler County natives are committed to being “the last line of defense” for the critically ill and injured. “We are from here. We live here. This is our community,” ...
November 01, 2023 Progress 2023
Why Remo’s for all your catering needs? Remo’s Catering of North Pittsburgh has been serving up quality dishes for every occasion like elegant weddings, barn weddings, co...
November 01, 2023 Progress 2023
The Armstrong Cable of today began as a small construction company in 1946. Our founder’s mission was to provide growth and perpetuity to his employees and as such began...
November 01, 2023 Progress 2023
This is an exciting time for the Butler YMCA and for our community as we expand programs for all ages. According to Jamie Knauff, new aquatic and program director, “We ar...
November 01, 2023 Progress 2023
On Feb. 8, 2002, the Gilliland Vanasdale Sinatra Istik Law Office was officially launched. At that time, it was just Jennifer Gilliland working from her townhome in Adams...
November 01, 2023 Progress 2023
Running a local restaurant has never been easy. Running a local restaurant during the last three-and-a-half years has been perhaps as difficult as it has ever been. From ...
November 01, 2023 Progress 2023
Hands-on learning and state-of-the-art technology are some of the things driving local students to pursue a postsecondary education in Butler County at institutions such ...
November 01, 2023 Progress
In 1993, Evelyn Wiest-Kertz, M.S.CCC-A., went into private practice and started Wiest Audiology and Hearing Aid Center. Kertz took a small business loan from Citizens Nat...
November 01, 2023 Progress 2023
Is there a troubling issue that bothers you? Does it recur often in your mind and in conversations? Is it affecting sleep, relationships, or emotional balance? No proble...
November 01, 2023 Progress 2023
The Butler Eagle asked health care facilities across Butler County to submit a number of their exceptional employees. Below are some submissions: Tracy Reed Tracy Reed i...
November 01, 2023 Progress 2023
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