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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
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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
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Municipal News

By Miranda Startare

The Carroll Twp. Board of Supervisors’ Sept. 1st monthly meeting began with a defensive commentary made by Vice Chairman James Harrison in which Harrison commented on a resident’s public accusations concerning the board that were written in an editorial letter published in the Valley Independent. Read more...

By Jill Brown

It was standing room only at the Monessen Council meeting on August 24, 2015. The full house was interested in the sale of the Municipal Complex and Eastgate 11 buildings. Read more...


By J.R. Brower

In response to a residential survey conducted by the Parks and Recreation department, a prominent recommendation for Peters Township would be to build a swimming pool in Peterswood Park. This finding was revealed at the August 10 meeting of Peters Township Council. Public meetings on the Parks, Recreation and Open Space Plan took place throughout the year, and recently the online survey was carried out. Read more...

By J.R. Brower

Plans for renovations and additions to the public works building were revealed at the August 17 meeting of the Nottingham Board of Supervisors. Along with remodeling, plans call for building a salt barn and cold storage area at the Municipal Complex at 909 Sugar Run Road. Read more...

  J. R. Bower

At their August 10 meeting Canonsburg Borough Council discussed traffic implications associated with the upcoming HopeFest, which will be held Saturday, September 26 along West Pike Street. The event will include a bike run, motorcycle events, BMX stunt bicycles and live music. The main guest will be motorcycle stunt performer Scott Caraloolad and his “Ride4Life” team.





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