Saturday Feb 22
News of Doom
Piano tuner wanted to tickle more than the ivories on craigslist
Six-eyes over there is 64-year-old Theodore Mamel of Export, Pennsylvania. He's a piano tuner who was recently arrested for allegedly posting an ad on craigslist looking for someone who wanted to try new things with an older man with the addendum of "Age no barrier."
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Tue Feb 18, 2014
The York Daily Record
Pa. UFO believer gets History Channel show
John Ventre had no interest in unidentified flying objects until he decided to write a science fiction book about 17 years ago.
Mon Feb 17, 2014
Towns Forced To Find Creative Solutions To Salt Shortage
"Probably tonight, if we get called out before midnight, that's all the longer this salt will last we got here right now," said Road Superintendent Jeff Marek.
Fri Feb 14, 2014
School piano repairman caught in sex sting
Police have charged a piano repairman at a western Pennsylvania charter school with arranging a sexual tryst with an undercover police officer posing online as a 14-year-old girl.
Sat Feb 08, 2014
Bentleyville teen organizing benefit for family with disabled boys
Hunter Kalchthaler, 17, of Bentleyville, stirs a huge pot of spaghetti sauce at the Bentleyville Social Hall in preparation for a benefit spaghetti dinner Feb. 16 for two young boys, Tyler and Luke Cleeg of Belle Vernon, who, like Hunter, were born with a rare chromosome defect.
Fri Feb 07, 2014
Many Municipalities Salting Roads After Snow As Supplies Run Short
"No salt is being put on the ground, so it gives them a chance to rebuild the supply, or to at least get supply in," said Lou Gorski, the municipal salt coordinator.
Doctors To Go To Trial For Allegedly Selling Pills To Patients
She stood outside in the freezing cold waiting. Her name is Patty and her son's a recovering drug addict.
Bentleyville babysitter charged with assaulting 2-year-old
A 19-year-old Bentleyville man has been arrested for allegedly attacking and seriously injuring a 2-year-old child he was babysitting in Belle Vernon.
Thu Feb 06, 2014
Road Salt Shortages Due, In Part, To River & Great Lakes' Ice
More communities are reporting tight road salt supplies, and there's still more than a month left before winter wraps up, at least according to the calendar.