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  • 27 Mar 2017

    Kittanning Kings Will Stay Open While Chain Closes Other Stores

    Employees at the King’s Family Restaurant in the Hilltop Plaza were relieved to know their location would remain open. The parent company on Sunday announced it would close stores in Altoona, Bridgeville, Harmarville, Imperial, and Wexford. ...

  • 27 Mar 2017

    Emergency Crews Respond to Saturday’s Accident

    (ABOVE) Manor Township rescue volunteers examine wreckage in Saturday’s crash on the Indiana pike. The accident happened late morning on March 25. (BELOW) The two-vehicle accident had traffic backed up at one point to the exit for Armstrong High ...

  • 27 Mar 2017

    Armstrong Baseball and Softball Opening Day is in the Books

    The Armstrong River Hawks Baseball and Softball teams have been waiting for a long time to open their season on the new fields at Armstrong High School, and Friday both clubs were able to check their home opener off their list. Both teams got ...

  • 27 Mar 2017

    NuMine Woman Charged With Arson

    Pennsylvania State Police have charged a NuMine woman following a fire to her home at 4044 3rd Street in Cowanshannock Township. Trooper Joshua Osche stated that on late Friday evening, March 24, the unidentified 49-year-old lit a match to ...

  • 27 Mar 2017
  • 27 Mar 2017

    Police Look for Person in Templeton Incident

    TEMPLETON – Trooper Frank Grzasko is investigating an incident of criminal mischief at 138 Clay Avenue in Templeton. Sometime between 6PM on March 23 and 11AM on March 24, unknown individuals smashed the driver’s tail light out of the ...

  • 27 Mar 2017

    Don’t Bring Weed into Hospital!

    ACMH HOSPITAL – An unidentified 36-year-old Freeport woman is facing charges after she brought a small amount of marijuana into the emergency room last Friday afternoon. Charges are pending as the investigation continues by Pennsylvania ...

  • 24 Mar 2017

    Armstrong Baseball & Softball Opening Day Planned

    by Jake DeLuca The Armstrong River Hawks baseball and softball team is done with the scrimmages and now they will play host today, opening day of the 2017 season. The plan is to use the newly constructed baseball and softball fields on the ...

  • 24 Mar 2017

    Local Agency Provides Long Term Care Support for Senior Citizens

    by David Croyle Senior citizens have many options when it comes to home care services. Randy Benkosky has been the Aging Care Manager for the Armstrong County Area Agency on Aging for the past 22-years. “I come into the consumers’ ...

  • 24 Mar 2017

    Prom Scheduled for Senior Citizens

    by David Croyle You may or may not remember your high school prom. However, senior citizens over the age of 55 can enjoy those days once more. The Worthington Senior Center is hosting its first-ever “Senior (over 55) Prom” on ...

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