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Meadville meth maker Lamonde sentenced to jail time
A Meadville man has been sentenced in the Crawford County Court of Common Pleas to serve up to almost two years in the Crawford County jail in connection with a methamphetamine-making laboratory in the city.
Area woman part of Steelerettes tribute before game against Bengals on Sunday night
Action on the field, bright stadium lights and fellowship from the Rah-Rah Sisterhood all made Conneautville’s Carolyn Crandall feel like a celebrity at Heinz Field when she was recognized as an alumna of what’s said to be the NFL’s first cheerleading squad Sunday night.
Pressure testing required before height set on MAWA water tanks
The possibility of saving $3.4 million in the cost of replacing the aging Highland Reservoir is getting a close look from Meadville Area Water Authority members, who have instructed their consulting engineer to proceed with determining the potential impact on the system of a change that would reduce the project’s initial $8.6 million estimate by approximately 40 percent.
Report suggests gifted program teachers should be certified
Teachers in gifted education programs should be certified to show they understand how to work with high-achieving students, a report commissioned by the state House of Representatives suggests.
Tribune’s Vision 2014 section to focus on ‘moving forward’
Everyone encounters challenges throughout their life, but with a little bit of motivation to improve, we can turn a troublesome time into newfound success. The Meadville Tribune’s annual Vision section returns with the hope that by sharing our successes and challenges, we can improve our way of life in Crawford County.
Arriving by train, Santa revives old tradition
Santa Claus’ appearance in Meadville rekindled more than the Christmas spirit for some 50 or more children and adults gathered in Pomona Park to await his arrival Sunday night — he rekindled an old tradition bringing the city back to its roots.
Report: Pa. docs good with patients, but more needed
A new physician workforce report from the Association of American Medical Colleges gives Pennsylvania a high ranking on the percent of doctors engaged in patient care compared to other states, but highlights problems retaining newly graduated physicians from in-state medical education programs.
SUNDAY ISSUE: Should U.S. leaders shake hands with dictators?
It was the briefest of moments, just seconds, two presidents shaking hands and exchanging pleasantries amid a gaggle of world leaders together to honor the late Nelson Mandela.
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School bowling clubs growing, despite no PIAA recognition
A few years ago, Amy Lynn approached Plaza Lanes proprietors Dean and Stephanie Felmlee about forming a high school bowling club team. Lynn, the mother of former Meadville Area Senior High School baseball/football standout Corey Lynn, and the Felmlees contacted other high schools and the original Meadville bowling club was formed.
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