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  • 28 Apr 2017

    New Park Planned for Tarrtown

    EAST FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP – Supervisors last night unveiled a plan to build a small recreational park for what they consider to be the next affluent community. The small village of Tarrtown has seen a major cultural shift from a former mining ...

  • 28 Apr 2017

    Armstrong Baseball Wins Big at PNC Park

    The Armstrong River Hawks Varsity Baseball team traveled to PNC Park Thursday afternoon for a special day of baseball at a big league park. The River Hawks started their day strong with a 3-2 victory over Fox Chapel. In that game, ...

  • 27 Apr 2017

    Park Gets High-Pressure Wash-Down

    KITTANNING – Local fire departments came together last night to clean the John P. Murtha Amphitheater in Kittanning Riverfront Park. The amphitheater and adjoining sidewalks were covered in mud, stone, and debris following a series of ...

  • 27 Apr 2017

    Man Jumps to His Death Off Graff Bridge

    State and local police responded Wednesday afternoon to the report of a jumper on the Graff Bridge. Pennsylvania State Police now say that at approximately 1:10 PM, an abandon vehicle was discovered on the off ramp from Route 422 East overpass ...

  • 27 Apr 2017

    West Shamokin Baseball Dismantles Purchase Line in Key Bounce-Back Win

    The West Shamokin Wolves (6-3) varsity baseball team turned a 6-0 first inning lead into a 19-0 run after two innings en route to dismantling the Purchase Line Red Dragons Wednesday afternoon. Devin Fairman (pictured) was first up to bat in the ...

  • 27 Apr 2017

    Allegheny River is Great Place to Play!

    Two men enjoy the warm temperatures and sunshine on the Allegheny River Wednesday evening. The water was a little choppy, but open to boat traffic.  

  • 26 Apr 2017

    Murder Planned for This Weekend!

    WORTHINGTON – A murder will be committed this weekend and the public is asked to help figure out who did it! It is part of the Armstrong Community Theater’s Murder Mystery Dinner Theater production called “Fishin’ for ...

  • 26 Apr 2017

    FC Councilman Recovering From ATV Accident

    Ford City Councilman Ray Klukan took the time last Monday night at the end of a public meeting to thank his fellow council members and the public for their support following an ATV accident on April 9. “I’d like to thank everybody ...

  • 26 Apr 2017

    Mud Needs Cleared Before Grand March

    Kittanning Borough must decide how it can pay for extensive cleanup along its Riverfront Park water’s edge sidewalks. The riverbank was cluttered with mud and debris as high amounts of rainfall caused the water levels to rise and flood the area. ...

  • 26 Apr 2017

    Rain Begins Changes to Flowering Trees

    We take one last look at the colorful flowering trees in Kittanning Riverfront Park. Recent rain has started to change them from blossoms to summertime leaves. Mowing has already begun throughout the park. For allergy sufferers, Spring has been ...

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