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A presentation and update on Hampton High School's academic redesign and building renovation feasibility study was provided at the school board's Nov. 12 meeting at... [Read More]
Everyone knows about the cookies. From the Thin Mints to the S'mores to the Samoas and the Tagalongs, they are what most people associate with... [Read More]
In a crisis, communication is vital and during some natural disasters, there is no telephone service or internet access. However, our community is fortunate to... [Read More]
Though she is only a junior at Westminster, this season marks the end of Nicole Stengel's competitive swimming career. She is enrolled in an 'three... [Read More]
President George H.W. Bush approved a joint resolution designating November 1990 as National American Indian Heritage Month, recognizing the first Americans' contributions to the country's... [Read More]
Quaffles, bludgers, and a Golden Snitch. Horcruxes, polyjuice potion, and He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named. The world of Harry Potter is coming to North Hills High School during an... [Read More]
For the record, I believe in the concept of public (aka, taxpayer-funded, government, 'free') schools. I attended public schools and obtained an excellent education that... [Read More]
Dear Carolyn: My partner wants a baby and I don't, and because we are same-sex there would be some difficulty involved in having one. After... [Read More]
You just might be in the thick of it -- shopping and prepping for a Thanksgiving feast. The impulse to order takeout could be fierce,... [Read More]
Thanksgiving is all about tradition, and in my household we stick to the script. The menu is set -- oyster bisque to pumpkin pie. Each... [Read More]
Derry football players did not wear sleeves on a cold Saturday afternoon at Heinz Field. The reason: two parts blue-collar toughness, one part team custom.... [Read More]
Tarentum officials wanted to hire a veteran code enforcement officer to spearhead its efforts against blight. They got one by reaching out across the river... [Read More]
About 50 million Americans will be road tripping during this week's Thanksgiving holiday, according to AAA estimates. That can make the traditional weekend of food,... [Read More]
Despite the loss of the township's biggest employer, East Deer will hold the line on real estate taxes next year. The township commissioners have passed... [Read More]
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Pacific Rim summit highlights strained China-US relations... [Read More]
Ben DiNucci, Phil Jurkovec and now Cole Spencer. Pine-Richland quarterbacks seem to have a knack for championship games. Spencer threw for two touchdowns and rushed... [Read More]
Birders are tough to beat. A lot of hobbies generate passion among their followers. Each pastime has its diehards. But the people who watch birds... [Read More]
Freshman running back Kellen Stahl rushed for one touchdown and threw for the game-clinching score in the closing minutes to lead Richland to a 21-12... [Read More]
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