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Despite surging coronavirus (COVID-19) case numbers in Westmoreland County, plans remain in place to hold a live Latrobe Turkey Trot next month.
While the Ligonier Township Planning Commission feels a property maintenance code would better address nuisance complaints in the community, it also wants to ensure it’s fair for residents.
Derry Area School District will continue using its remote learning model through at least Oct. 30 as coronavirus (COVID-19) case totals in Westmoreland County and within the school district continue to increase, superintendent Eric Curry announced in a letter to parents posted on the district website.
Another Westmoreland Manor resident has died amid a coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak that has now infected more than 150 people who live or work at the county-owned nursing home, county officials said Thursday.
Heritage United Methodist Church (HUMC) on the Ligonier Diamond marked the completion of a nearly five-year building renovation project with a dedication ceremony Sunday morning.
The Ligonier Township Municipal Authority (LTMA) board at its meeting Wednesday heard from authority manager Anthony “Griff” Griffith that workers repaired a “massive” water line leak near Weller Field.
A 73-year-old Cook Township man is in Westmoreland County Prison after state police allege he fatally shot his wife and stayed inside his home with the woman’s corpse for a week.
Ligonier Valley head coach Roger Beitel described Haden Sierocky’s breakout performance against Shady Side Academy as one from a “Disney movie.”
SOUTH PARK TWP. — After the opening quarter of Friday’s contest at South Park, Mount Pleasant Area looked to be well on its way to clinching a playoff berth.
For months, Greater Latrobe girls tennis coach Chad Kissell knew he had a team that could accomplish a WPIAL title run.
The Greater Latrobe girls’ soccer team showed throughout the regular season that it can compete with some of the top teams in WPIAL Class 4A.
When the Greater Latrobe girls tennis team earned the No. 4 seed heading into the WPIAL Class 3A playoffs, head coach Chad Kissell had to bite his tongue.