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Paula Grubbs
Eagle Community Editor
724-282-8000 ext. 254
Paula Grubbs is a Butler County native, having grown up in Center Township. The 1979 Butler High School and 1994 Geneva College graduate is the daughter of Jim and the late Maxine Davis. Paula has been a resident of Penn Township since 1999. She began her career at the Eagle on June 12, 2000 at the Cranberry Eagle. After working in that office for 17 years, Paula moved to the former Butler Eagle office on West Diamond Street. Prior to joining the Eagle, Paula worked as a reporter at the former Cranberry Journal for four years. Paula has been recognized for her work over the years with a Golden Quill, Society of Professional Journalist and Keystone Award. While Paula has had many unforgettable assignments during the years she spent writing for her hometown newspaper, among the most memorable were covering the county's reaction to the tragic events of September 11, 2001, and a personal interview with the late Sen. John McCain when he campaigned in Zelienople for then-US Sen. Melissa Hart. In May 2023, Paula left the fast-paced field of news reporting and accepted the equally important position of community/special sections editor upon the retirement of Eric Freehling.

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SAXONBURG — While fingers and toes may have cramped a little from the frosty February temperatures, the overall weather could not have been more perfect Saturday for the ...
February 24, 2024 Local News
More than 2,000 new and gently used stuffed animals were collected at Lowrie House in Butler Township for distribution to emergency services officials to help comfort chi...
February 24, 2024 Community
Learning the Soroptimist International of Butler County chose her to receive the 2024 Community Ruby Award was a real shot in the arm for Lynn McKinnis. The award will be...
February 24, 2024 Community
A spring shower predicted for Sunday, April 14 will soak expectant moms in love, acceptance and assistance. Walking with Moms in Need, a new ministry of Divine Grace Pari...
February 20, 2024 Community
An article in the Sunday edition of the Eagle by William Pitts detailed the plight of a young mother and her son who are living in a hotel in Cranberry Township as a resu...
February 20, 2024 Editorial
While the sixth annual Luncheon for Literacy at Butler County Community College was held on Sunday, the elaborate book-themed tables occupied by those who attended are so...
February 19, 2024 Local News
At least one person was injured in a one-car crash at the noon hour Saturday on Dinnerbell Road. Dispatchers sent fire and rescue crews to the scene of an SUV over a bank...
February 17, 2024 Local News
Friday fish fries a staple in county from Ash Wednesday to Good Friday
Friday fish fries a staple in county from Ash Wednesday to Good Friday
February 17, 2024 Community
People with maple trees on their property can learn to tap them at an event at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 17, at the South Butler Community Library, 240 W. Main St., Saxon...
February 14, 2024 Community
New Beginnings Free Methodist Church, 416 Center Ave., Butler, will offer a clothing giveaway from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday. Adult and children’s clothing, coats and ot...
February 14, 2024 Community