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In a special meeting on Tuesday, all three Westmoreland County commissioners voted to approve the refinancing of more than $5 million in bonds for Arnold Palmer Regional Airport in Unity Township — a cost-saving move that will reportedly save taxpayers $140,000 per year through 2029.

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Beginning in February, the AARP Tax Counseling for the Elderly program with volunteers from Westmoreland County Community College (WCCC)’s Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) will help prepare simple tax returns for lower income, elderly and persons with disabilities as part of the A…

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On Saturday mornings, people of all ages can log in for Gabrielle “Gabi” Nastuck’s free online art classes. On Thursday evenings, they can join her for a casual hour of coloring. Then on weekday mornings, she teaches art to the special-needs adults at Clelian Heights Clelian Center near Greensburg.

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It’s time to get out and embrace the frosty January air and visit the 31st Annual Ligonier Ice Fest, featuring 60 glacial masterpieces designed and crafted by Ernie DiMartino and his team of sculptors. Hosted by the Ligonier Valley Chamber of Commerce, the event will be held Jan. 22-23 on th…

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As health officials grapple to learn as much as they can about the coronavirus pandemic, the Unity Township Municipal Authority (UTMA) will join other wastewater agencies in becoming part of a state initiative to provide data that will allow public health officials to understand SARS-CoV-2 —…

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A candlelight prayer vigil to remember those lost to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic in Westmoreland County is set for 6 p.m. Friday, Jan. 21, at the Westmoreland County Courthouse, 2 N. Main St., Greensburg.

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Live! Casino this week announced it will host a hiring event on Thursday, Jan. 20, to add team members to its world-class casino and entertainment venue in the Greater Pittsburgh area. Everyone interested is welcome to attend.

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On Tuesday, the WPIAL released its new alignments for fall sports, a change that will impact several local teams over the next few years. The realignment is adjusted based on enrollment for boys and girls, and it applies to the next two school years, 2022-23 and 2023-24.

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The Greater Latrobe school board officially accepted the resignation of Jason Marucco, the former varsity football head coach, effective Dec. 20, 2021, at its meeting Tuesday night.

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Local Union 1537-01, 1537-02, 1537-03 and 1537-06 United Steelworkers Retiree Club have canceled their monthly meetings originally scheduled for 11 a.m. Friday, Jan. 21, at Sharky’s Café, 3960 Route 30, Unity Township.

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A Latrobe Volunteer Fire Department truck zips up Main Street in Latrobe late Tuesday night en route to an emergency call for an ambulance assist. No matter what Mother Nature may have in store or how bad road and weather conditions may be, first responders brave it all to serve their commun…

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Arnold Palmer Regional Airport in Unity Township stayed operational throughout Winter Storm Izzy, which dumped more than 6 inches of snow in Latrobe and varying amounts across the region Sunday through Monday. Gabe Monzo, executive director of the Westmoreland County Airport Authority, which…

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An Indiana Area senior high school student is facing charges of causing a disturbance at school after an incident that prompted school administration to place the building on a brief lockdown and law enforcement authorities to be dispatched.

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Residents who have been wondering when they would get to pull out that snowblower they got for Christmas got a definite answer to that question Monday morning as the predicted snowstorm arrived — thanks to Winter Storm Izzy.

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The Latrobe Municipal Building (Latrobe City Hall), 901 Jefferson St., and the Latrobe Transfer Station, 696 Mission Road, are closed today (Monday), Jan. 17, in observance of the Martin Luther King Jr. Day holiday.

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Winter Storm Izzy wasted no time dumping some fresh snow on the Latrobe area late Sunday afternoon into the evening. The snowfall is projected to continue until 1 or 2 p.m. Monday afternoon, possibly leaving behind a total of 5 to 11 inches in some areas of western Pennsylvania, east-central…

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Although December proved to be a light month with regards to snowfall, it’s looking more and more like January will be much different. Last week a couple of inches hit the region making things a little messy, but the snowstorm that could hit the area on Sunday could bring heavy snow to the region.

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Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful (KPB) invites Pennsylvania children to take part in the Litter Hawk Youth Award Program, a recognition program for students in kindergarten through sixth grade, who complete a designated project specific to their grade level.

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Dozens of residents from the Charter Oak neighborhood — and more specifically McClellan Drive — showed up to speak out against a proposed group home at a public hearing before the Unity Township Zoning Hearing Board on Tuesday.

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If you’re in the market for a new job, you’ll get a prime opportunity to check out some of the opportunities available at local businesses at a career fair scheduled from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 13, at Westmoreland County Community College (WCCC)’s Latrobe Center, 130 Depot St., Latrobe.

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Ellen Keefe, the former executive director of Westmoreland Cleanways & Recycling who retired from her post last year after 23 years of service with the organization, has been announced as the recipient of Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful (KPB)’s Legacy Award for 2021, in recognition of her “p…

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According to a survey recently completed by the Ligonier Valley School District, the community prefers universal masking by a 3-1 margin over optional masking. However, at least one school director is questioning if the survey results are valid.

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To help combat the surge of COVID-19 cases locally, Conemaugh Health System is requesting that patients and visitors ages 2 and older wear medical-grade masks instead of cloth masks at facilities across the health system.

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Registration for Greater Latrobe Parks & Recreation (GLPR)’s recreational programs is available in person, online, or by fax or mail.

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A winter storm that rolled through the region Thursday evening brought with it some light snowfall that created hazardous road conditions in some areas, delayed the start of the school day at local districts, and brought out the snowplows and shovels for the first time this year, as seen her…

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