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South Park Women’s Club October Meeting -- "The South Park Women's Club will hold their meeting on October 19 at 7:00 PM in ..." -- 30 September 2020
Peters Creek Historical Society Memorial Flag ... -- "The Peters Creek Historical Society will be displaying a Memorial Flag Garden ..." -- 30 September 2020
Cook Announces Grant to Support Angler Education -- "Rep. Bud Cook (R-Washington/Fayette) announced that the Pennsylvania Fish and ..." -- 30 September 2020
‘Ride the Wave’ with Gab Bonesso at Peters ... -- "The Peters Township Public Library will host award-winning comic performer Gab ..." -- 30 September 2020
Friends of South Park Keeping Focus on ... -- "On August 19, the Friends of South Park met at Forbes Grove for their first ..." -- 30 September 2020
PIC Offering Free CDL Training to Young Adults -- "The Private Industry Council (PIC) of Westmoreland/Fayette, Inc. (PIC) has been ..." -- 30 September 2020
Donora Library Holding Holiday Cashew Sale -- "The Donora Public Library is now having their annual Holiday Cashew Nut Sale ..." -- 30 September 2020
Cal U Seeks Top High School Graduates for ... -- Rutledge Institute Scholars receive FREE tuition, fees and room at ..." -- 30 September 2020
Bradford House Announces 2021 Poster Contests -- "The Bradford House Historical Association annually sponsors two Poster ..." -- 30 September 2020
Friends of South Park Township Library Fall Book ... -- "The Friends Fall 2020 Book Sale, which was slated to be held at the township ..." -- 30 September 2020

Municipal News

Supervisor Earl Sadler reported at the August 26, 2015 regular meeting that the Fallowfield Township Road Department has been busy repairing roads and constructing cross drains. Read more...

By J.R. Brower

Excessive noise from the Harbison property natural gas drilling site on Cooper Road operated by EQT has come to the attention of the Nottingham Township Board of Supervisors. Read more...

By Colette Dell

South Park held their regular Board of Supervisor’s meeting on Sept. 14, at 7 p.m. Read more...

By J.R. Brower

The Peters Township Tennis Center has had its share of problems in the last several years including loss of staff and its bubble roof collapse. In an effort to improve the facility and the revenue it generates, Peters Township Council at its September 14 meeting approved hiring a full-time director. As well, the township will officially take over operation of the center on a year-round basis. Read more...

By Miranda Startare

After a busy summer, the New Eagle Street Department will continue with multiple projects leading into the fall months, according to New Eagle Borough Council that convened for their monthly borough meeting on September 1st. Read more...




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