Freemasons honor 50-year members
ZELIENOPLE — The members of Harmony Lodge No. 429, Free and Accepted Masons of Pennsylvania, Zelienople, recently honored Jerry Roth of Prospect, David Kline of Tarentum, Lloyd Greenof Evans City and William Davis Sr. of Harmony for serving as Freemasons for 50 years.
MARSHALL TWP — A typical junior high science lesson doesn’t involve launching marshmallows and building roller coasters for marbles.
SV gets creepy with 'Addams Family'
HARMONY — Seneca Valley High School will present the musical, “The Addams Family” at 7:30 p.m. March 6, 7, 13 and 14 and at 2 p.m. March 8 at the Seneca Valley Intermediate High School Auditorium, 126 Seneca School Road.
Haine students get world view
CRANBERRY TWP — Fifth graders at Haine Middle School were faced with a tongue twister Friday morning when they were asked to try and pronounce “Humuhumunukunukuapua'a.”
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Haine teacher’s video will be showcased
CRANBERRY TWP — A teacher at Haine Middle School, 1516 Haine School Road, who produced a two-minute video for the 25th anniversary of the Empty Bowls Project is one of only three people from the United States and 20 other countries to have their work showcased at an upcoming exhibit of the project.
Dek hockey clinics offered in Cranberry
CRANBERRY TWP — The township parks and recreation department will hold three clinics in March to teach children how to play Dek hockey, and the township is organizing six separate leagues for children and adults.
Senior centers in Cranberry Township, Evans City, Mars and Zelienople announce the following lunch menus for the week of March 9.
These school lunch menus are for the week of March 9.
Driver faces homicide charge
EVANS CITY — A man who allegedly struck and killed a pedestrian while under the influence of alcohol had the most serious charges against him held to court Tuesday during a preliminary hearing.
Funding sought for series
HARMONY — The company that used the historic architecture of the borough as a backdrop for a pilot of a TV show is trying to raise money to shoot more episodes.
Hoge reveals key to success
CRANBERRY TWP — “Find a Way” is the motto Merril Hoge has used for most of his life to motivate himself to achieve his goals.