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Call 724-689-0206. a- Westmoreland Hospital Auxiliary is holding a book fair from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday and 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday in the lobby of Excela Health Westmoreland Hospital.
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Wed Mar 05, 2014
Woman trapped in Kittanning fire dies
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1 Dead, 1 Injured In Armstrong County Fire
According to officials at the scene, the fire started around 11:30 p.m. at a home in the 1300-block of Sirwell Street in Kittanning.
Mon Feb 24, 2014
Business Owners Worried About Constant BB Gun Vandalism
Business owners in Gilpin and Bethel townships in Armstrong County are frustrated over vandals apparently armed with BB guns who are shooting out windows.
Ice jamming Allegheny River in Armstrong County
The city of Parker, Armstrong County, has a huge ice jam on the Allegheny River causing temporary road closures and causing concern in riverfront communities.
Ice jam on Pennsylvania river raises flooding fears
It's an impressive sight. The Allegheny River in Armstrong County, Pennsylvania completely frozen from an ice jam.
The York Daily Record
Ice jam on western Pa. river prompts flood concern
Authorities in western Pennsylvania have issued a flood warning for the Allegheny River in Armstrong and Clarion counties due to an ice jam that is causing minor flooding in Parker.
Wed Feb 19, 2014
Warmer Temperatures Bring Fears Of Flooding
The park bench in Manorville, Armstrong County says: "If you're lucky enough to live along the river, you're lucky enough."
Fri Feb 14, 2014
Corazon to apply to accredit hospital catheterization labs
A Ross Township health care consultant that has helped hospitals add advanced cardiac services now wants to accredit hospitals that offer the care.
Wed Feb 12, 2014
West Virginia Chemicals Transferred to PA
Huffington Post reports that the chemicals which have contaminated drinking supplies in West Virginia have been moved to Pennsylvania, raising alarm among state officials.