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Medical emergency causes crash into houses
Robert Yenick of Butler was driving to visit his daughter, Kassie Walker, who lives on the avenue, when a cardiac condition caused him to crash his truck a little after 2 p.m. Ramon Cantera of Butler said he and his cousin, Mauro Cantera, who lives in one of the homes that was struck, were unloading tools from his truck across the street when they ... (more)
The Lebanon Daily News
Police blotter for 12/5
Tyler Stine, 18, South Harrison Street, Palmyra, was charged with driving under the influence, corruption of minors and two traffic violations after a traffic stop at Royal Road and Kingston Drive, South Londonderry Township, at 2:53 a.m. Oct. 13, police said.
even when it doesn't: G.Terry Madonna and Michael L. Young
It wasn't a "big" story. In fact, the article published by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette last June received little follow-up and even less attention.
The Washington Post
Go for the golf, or resort to the simpler pleasures
My expectations were high as I turned onto the long driveway at Conley Resort in Butler, Pa.
Hundreds Still Coping With Power Outages That Began Tuesday Night
According to Harris Township Manager Amy Farkas, West Penn Power is telling her that 300 homes in Boalsburg have no electric service.
Winter Weather Warning, Advisory Remain In Effect Through Morning
Winter weather warnings and advisories remain in effect across the area tonight as even more snow moves into the area.
Michaels' career still rocking
With a career that has spanned more than two decades, Bret Michaels has proved he is a jack of many trades.
Butler County-Owned Nursing Home Proposed Sale Making Some Uneasy
Under state law, current residents of nursing homes cannot be displaced, even if the home has a new owner.
Insurance Journal West
IA&B Service Group Announces New Officers in Del., Md., Penn.
The fall marks a new administrative year for Insurance Agents & Brokers Service Group and its partnership of agents' associations in Delaware, Maryland and Pennsylvania.
Reading Eagle/Reading Times
Local religion digest 11/9/13: Churches plan forum on civil rights following screening of movie
"Race, Civil Rights and Justice: A Special Forum" will be held following a screening of "Lee Daniels' The Butler" Sunday at 4 p.m. at the Fox East theater, 4350 Perkiomen Ave., Exeter Township.
Profile: Talking with Bret Michaels
With a career that has spanned more than two decades, Bret Michaels has proven he is a jack of many trades.
Woman charged in school gun threat hoax
Troopers from Butler on Thursday say 27-year-old Ashley Soose, of Karns City, called in the threat Wednesday afternoon to Chicora Elementary School.
Pittsburgh City Paper
On the drive in to have major surgery, fAe Gibson cracks jokes and shoots the goofy ironic finger-guns at his companions.