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State Rep. Leslie Rossi (R-Westmoreland/Somerset) has announced that her district offices in Ligonier and Mount Pleasant have officially opened for business and her team is ready to serve the citizens of the 59th Legislative District, according to a press release issued by Rossi.
Pennsylvania Agriculture Secretary Russell Redding and Second Lady Gisele Fetterman visited the Westmoreland Food Bank in Delmont on Thursday to announce a new state partnership with DoorDash to have healthy, nutritious meals delivered to homebound seniors in need.
The Greater Latrobe-Laurel Valley Regional Chamber of Commerce will host its 76th annual Dinner and Awards Ceremony on Monday, Oct. 25, at the Fred M. Rogers Center at St. Vincent College.
Loyalhanna Watershed Association’s 37th annual Art Auction Benefit & Pop-Up Gala will begin with a preview show and online bidding from Sept. 27 through Oct. 2, in addition to an in-person pop-up gala event from 6 to 8:30 p.m. Oct. 1 at G Squared Gallery, 138 East Main St., Ligonier Borough.
The 11th Annual Fred Rogers Fine Arts Juried Exhibition at Latrobe Art Center is the first juried show since Michael Tusay came on as the gallery’s executive director in January.
The Joint Operating Committee of the Eastern Westmoreland Career and Technology Center (EWCTC) did something Wednesday it hasn’t done in a long time — honored a student with the school’s Student of the Month award.
Ligonier Borough must conduct an environmental study of its former police station and municipal building for an appraisal that’s linked to a proposed transfer of the facility to the local fire department.
MCDONALD — On just the second play of Friday night’s game, the Greater Latrobe football team forced and recovered a fumble following a South Fayette pass completion, setting the Wildcats up on their own 42-yard line.
Last season, the Derry Area girls’ volleyball team wasn’t far from advancing past the play-in round of the WPIAL Class 2A playoffs. Unfortunately for the Lady Trojans, they just fell short against Neshannock, 3-2, in a hard-fought game to end their 2020 season.
Starting off the season with four consecutive non-conference games has allowed the Ligonier Valley football team to improve each week in different areas on the field. And while the Rams are 4-0, with another exhibition against Carrick set for 7 p.m. Friday at Weller Field, those non-conference games have also come with a cost — injuries.