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  • 23 Aug 2019

    Historical Headlines – August 23

    08/23/1969 – A grant of $30,406 has been approved for the Leechburg Area Park project. It will include a court games area, children’s play area, a senior citizen’s area, lighting, and a combination restroom-storage building. The initial grant of ...

  • 22 Aug 2019

    Pascal Fired, Charlton Hired as Solicitor in North Buffalo

    North Buffalo Township supervisors terminated their relationship with attorney Chuck Pascal from Leechburg and opted to hire a Sarver-based firm. Charlton Law will now represent the township in all matters. The firm is headed by Joseph Charlton, ...

  • 22 Aug 2019

    Contractors Hit Gas Line While Installing New Water Main in Applewold

    Crews from Pennsylvania American Water are replacing eight-inch water lines in Applewold. Yesterday, contractors ruptured an abandon gas line that wasn’t pressurized, but had residual natural gas in it. The smell permeated the neighborhood ...

  • 22 Aug 2019

    Municipal Roof Dominated Discussion at Manor Meeting

    The roof was the topic of two items on last night’s agenda at the Manor Township supervisors’ public meeting. For the past few months, township workers have tried to repair the roof on the municipal building, but it continues to ...

  • 22 Aug 2019

    Truck Catches Fire on South Jefferson Street

    A black Dodge Ram pickup truck caught fire while motoring on South Jefferson Street in downtown Kittanning yesterday. The incident happened at approximately 7:23 PM in front of 2Krew Surveillance near the intersection of Jacob and South ...

  • 22 Aug 2019

    ARIN Holds Monthly Meeting

    At its regularly scheduled meeting held on Tuesday, August 20, 2019, the ARIN Intermediate Unit 28 Board of Directors completed the following. NEW BUSINESS Under new business in the area of Personnel, six resignations, one retirement, one leave ...

  • 22 Aug 2019

    Historical Headlines – August 22

    08/22/1969 – Harrisburg: State Department of Public Welfare said today that 105 Armstrong County residents were patients in state owned institutions for the mentally retarded during the past fiscal year. 08/22/1969 – Allen Hawley, 17, of Ford ...

  • 21 Aug 2019

    Veterans Banner to Fly Next Year in Kittanning

    A push by Kittanning Mayor Scott Kline may result in banners honoring veterans being placed on utility poles within the borough. “(The police chief and I) have decided that it would be an honor if the Kittanning Police Department would ...

  • 21 Aug 2019

    State Fire Marshal Investigates VFW Fire

    Pennsylvania State Police Fire Marshal Trooper Duwayne Baird conducted an investigation yesterday following a fire at the Ford City VFW Post 4843 that caused damage to the bar area. An automated fire alarm sounded at 3:45 AM Tuesday from the ...

  • 21 Aug 2019

    Area Man Repurposes Plastic Bags to Create Mats

    Michael Luke has found a way to recycle plastic bags and help his fellow man at the same time. The Kittanning native crochets the plastic bags into small throw rugs or mats large enough to keep someone dry as the sleep, whether camping or a ...

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