Jackson TWP — The Seneca Valley School District is being honored for good sportsmanship.
JACKSON TWP — The Seneca Valley School District is working with the University of Pittsburgh to do a study on its buildings and programs, according to a news release from the district.
Applefest not rained out
MARS — Although the chilly, rainy weather was not optimum for the annual Applefest, it was not a washout.
EVANS CITY — The marker that cites the borough as the location of the shooting of the 1969 cult classic horror movie “Night of the Living Dead” will be dedicated at 4 p.m. Friday at the borough library.
Horse rescue founder indicted again
PITTSBURGH — The founder and former president of Equine Angels Rescue was indicted again last week on charges of interference with commerce by extortion, stemming from alleged affairs with two men.
BUTLER TWP — The five candidates for Butler County commissioner faced each other down in debate Thursday night.
JACKSON TWP — The Pittsburgh Arcade Comedy Theater group showed the ninth graders at Seneca Valley Intermediate High School on Friday how to be team players through improvisational comedy.
VOICe names 5 award finalists
The Victim Outreach Intervention Center (VOICe) will present its annual Hestia Award during a brunch at 11 a.m. Oct. 18 at the Days Inn Butler, 139 Pittsburgh Road.
Wine, brew fest supports library
MARS — An Erie winery will provide the wine for the Autumn Wine and Brew Fest, which is the Mars Public Library’s largest fundraising event of the year.
ADAMS TWP— The middle school will hold a spirit dance/activity night from 7 to 9:30 p.m. Friday at the Centennial School. Cost is $5.
Senior centers in Cranberry Township, Evans City, Mars and Zelienople announce the following lunch menus for the week of Oct. 12.
Man accused of retail theft
A Natrona Heights man with more than nine convictions of retail theft in his record is accused of stealing nearly $1,900 in merchandise from two Kohl’s department stores, as well as more than $700 from Walmart and $160 from Giant Eagle.
Procedure helps find abnormalities
The Butler Health System’s Women’s Imaging Center is starting a program this month to better locate instances of breast abnormalities during surgery.
CRANBERRY TWP — These cases filed by Cranberry Township police were heard recently by District Judge David T. Kovach:
Program introduces kids to engineering
CRANBERRY TWP — Engineering for Kids, a company partnering with the Cranberry Township Parks and Recreation Department, gives children a chance to have a hands-on introduction to the concepts of aerospace engineering and electrical engineering at the municipal center.
PROSPECT — St. Christopher Church, Route 528, will hold an Oktoberfest dinner from 3 to 7 p.m. Oct. 17.