Take that Dr. Phil: SRU ranks high in national surveys
So the saying goes: He who laughs last laughs longest.
9/13/2019 Our Opinion 0 comments
Cranberry plans for police force of the future
If United States Census data is to be believed, Cranberry Township stands to see nearly 20,000 new residents in the next 10 years.
9/12/2019 Our Opinion 0 comments
Butler residents do their part to recall the events of 9/11
It’s been 18 years since a cloudless day in September turned into one of horror in New York City, Somerset County, Pa., and Washington, D.C., and was met by heroism.
9/11/2019 Our Opinion 0 comments
Opioid funding good news for Butler County
September is National Recovery Month, which raises awareness about how treatment and mental health services can help those addicted to drugs or alcohol to have fulfilling lives.
9/10/2019 Our Opinion 0 comments
It’s time to keep habitual drunken drivers from getting behind the wheel
A four-time convicted drunken driver has been charged with DUI again after leading state police on a late-night, high-speed pursuit Aug.
9/9/2019 Our Opinion 0 comments
Letters to the editor are opinions of our readers, not the newspaper
We want to take a moment to clarify the meaning and, more importantly, the spirit behind letters to the editor published in the Butler Eagle.
9/7/2019 Our Opinion 0 comments
A correct count needed to benefit state residents
Despite recommendations to do so, the state didn’t allocate any funds in this year’s budget to ensure a complete count in the 2020 Census.
9/6/2019 Our Opinion 0 comments
Diocese takes steps to update process for reporting sex abuse
One year after a Pennsylvania grand jury released a shocking report on child sexual abuse by Catholic clergy members, the Diocese of Pittsburgh continues to take steps to combat the scourge.
9/5/2019 Our Opinion 0 comments
Hats off to Zelie officials for quick action to fix flooding
A little over three months ago, a storm dumped several inches of water on southwestern Butler County.