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Allegheny panelists: Remember Mandela, fight inequality
Members of the local community recently came together to remember Nelson Mandela’s life and legacy in a panel discussion held by Allegheny College. Panelists personally interpreted the meaning of his legacy and advocated for others to follow his example and fight inequality.
Farm Show to snoop out young 'detectives'
Young visitors to the 2014 Pennsylvania Farm Show are encouraged to participate in the interactive “Farm Show Detectives” learning program.
Jail to allow inmate visitation with kids next year
A new program will be in place early next year at the Crawford County jail allowing inmates visitation with their children at the jail.
Crawford County Fair 2013 deficit explained by improvements
Though the Crawford County Fair posted an overall loss of $6,333.92 for the 2013 edition, the deficit didn’t faze the fair board at its annual meeting Thursday at the Venango Valley Inn.
State braces for $839 million deficit
Gov. Tom Corbett’s number didn’t come up in the Pennsylvania Senate this week, only adding to the pressure he and legislators will face when they return in the new year to face an $839 million budget hole.
MMC gets Hospital Safety Score of 'A'
Meadville Medical Center (MMC) was honored with an “A” grade in the fall 2013 update to the Hospital Safety Score, which rates how well hospitals protect patients from accidents, errors, injuries and infections.
Morgan to headline Country Music Show
The 40th edition of the Country Music Show to raise money for Meadville Fraternal Order of Police Colonel Lewis Walker Lodge No. 97 is just a few months away.
West Mead likely to avoid cable fee in wake of public outcry
It appears unlikely that the township will levy a cable franchise fee in the immediate future, a move that would have increased township residents’ Armstrong cable bills.
Bill offers protection to drug overdose witnesses
Witnesses to a drug overdose would be able to call 911 without facing charges of drug use or possession once police arrive, under a bill that passed the state Senate unanimously on Tuesday.
Senior project, student body gathers items for troops
Of the countless charities and causes she could’ve chosen to benefit with her senior project, Meghan Leri wanted most of all to donate to U.S. soldiers.
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