School officials say a specific location and what programming will be offered in the facility is still undetermined. The details should be finalized before the end of June.
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled Monday that the state’s current congressional maps are unconstitutional. The decision comes following a years-long argument that the maps were drawn to benefit Republicans. Under the court […]
Rachael Ferderbar, 25, of Butler in connection with a shoplifting incident last month at the Butler Commons Walmart. She was charged after taking $529 worth of merchandise on Dec. 12. Ferderbar is […]
Attorneys for Buffalo Township and Nationwide insurance are attempting to get a lawsuit filed by a Buffalo Township couple dismissed
The lawsuit, filed by Edward and Audrey Cramer, aged 69 and 66, in U.S. District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania, seeks unspecified monetary damages. This happened after the idiots that […]
PennDOT is reminding Pennsylvanians that fly that they can still use their current driver’s license or ID card to board a commercial aircraft. Originally, this Monday, Jan. 22 was the date that […]
Brian Anderson, 33, of Butler was charged with shoplifting last month at the Butler Commons’ Walmart. Police said he failed to pay for $166.53 worth of merchandise while at the self-checkout counter. […]
WOW!!!! THIS IS AWESOME!!!! BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND!!!! A great Sunday lunch or dinner. GARLIC & LEMON CHICKEN WITH RED POTATOES & GREEN BEANS ! (Gluten free. Low Carb, Diabetic Friendly and […]