Students in the Greater Latrobe School District are accustomed to being greeted by drivers as they board their school bus, but on Wednesday students were also greeted by a state trooper.
Carson Chamberlain was named 2021 Derry Area homecoming king and Taylor Myers was crowned homecoming queen during the Trojans’ home football game Oct. 8 against Valley at Derry Stadium.
Officials with the Westmoreland County Airport Authority believe a portion of the county’s COVID-19 relief funding could be used to improve safety at Arnold Palmer Regional Airport and boost the Unity Township facility’s chances of potentially landing a second commercial carrier.
Judy Huber of Greensburg had a vision three decades ago. It was that people with any kind of challenges — physical, emotional or spiritual — could come together in fellowship and hold each other up in celebrating their gifts and their abilities. She herself faced many physical challenges.
Two people died in a head-on collision Tuesday morning in Brush Valley Township, Indiana County, according to Indiana County Coroner Jerry Overman Jr.
Live! Casino will host a hiring event on Monday, Oct. 25, to expand its staff and help with career development. Applicants can attend from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. or 6 to 10 p.m. at Live! Casino’s recruitment center at the Westmoreland Mall.
Little has changed with regards to the masking order from the state Department of Health, but that didn’t stop a small contingency of parents from once again voicing their frustration to members of the Greater Latrobe School Board Tuesday night at its regular meeting.
An early bird special on Thursday, Oct. 21, kicks off the three-day Fall and Christmas Sale at St. Emma Monastery in Hempfield Township.
Progress is being made on a 4.3-million gallon equalization tank project aiming to prevent sewage overflows into the Loyalhanna Creek, engineer Mark Gera of Gibson-Thomas Engineering Co. Inc. told the Latrobe Municipal Authority (LMA) board at its meeting Tuesday.
Kathy Stiffey has lost many loved ones. Her twin sons and her husband passed away, as did her brother, her nephew and his children, her great nephew and her brother-in-law. Most of them were untimely and unexpected losses.
Greater Latrobe Junior High School students enrolled in Chip Pletcher’s manufacturing classes visited Arch Cutting Tools in Unity Township as part of National Manufacturing Day on Oct. 1.
An article in the Oct. 15 Bulletin stated that an interview on EWTN-TV with the Rev. Boniface Hicks, OSB, of St. Vincent Archabbey would air on Oct. 17 and three more times this week.
Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) District 12 has announced that a months-long lane restriction along Route 119 South (4th Street) in Youngwood Borough will begin next week.
Children who were still looking for the perfect pumpkin for Halloween were in luck this past weekend, as Cory and Anna Stile of Derry Township provided hundreds of pumpkins to local kids for free.
A passenger was seriously injured and the driver arrested after a pickup truck crashed into a home on West Owens Avenue in Derry Borough Thursday night.
Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) District 12 has announced that a portion of Ankey Hill Road between Route 982 and Strouble Road will be closed starting next week.
Candidates running in the Nov. 2 general election are reminded that they have up until today (Monday), Oct. 18, to submit an announcement with a photo to the Bulletin.
State Rep. Mike Schlossberg (D-Lehigh County) struggled with depression and anxiety for years, but it wasn’t until actor Robin Williams committed suicide in 2014 that he began to publicly share his own story.
The 2021-22 Greater Latrobe Senior High School (GLSHS) homecoming court includes seniors Meghan Henderson, Paige Kunklemann, Andrea Hoffman, Darrian Lynch, Sarah Matsko; (second row) freshman Mia Myers, sophomore Belle Blossey, junior Kendall Piper; (third row) freshman Jaycee Bodnar, sophom…
Unity Township officials are seeking additional community input for proposed improvements to the intersection of Route 30 and the Wimmerton residential development, but still haven’t decided the next step to go about it.
The Greater Latrobe Senior High School Drama Club will present “Radium Girls” at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 22, and Saturday, Oct. 23, in the senior high school auditorium.
Three hundred-plus participants helped raise more than $66,000 during the Walk to End Alzheimer’s on Saturday, Oct. 9. AGSM was the top fundraising team at this year’s walk, raising more than $6,400.
Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) Westmoreland County Maintenance Manager David Forkey has announced the following tentative work plan for the week of Oct. 18:
The Westmoreland County Coroner’s office was called to a fatal multi-vehicle crash Thursday afternoon on Route 30 near DeLallo Italian Marketplace in Hempfield Township, according to a 911 dispatcher.
A Salem Township man was arrested and charged with rape and other crimes after his alleged victim was able to take a photograph of him and film a video of him as he fled in his black pickup truck on Monday, according to court documents.
Greater Latrobe Senior High School students in grades 9-12 from various clubs and leadership groups volunteered at “You’ve Got a Friend Day” at Twin Lakes Park on Oct. 6. Volunteers were paired with students with special needs for a day of fun and friendship. Students had the opportunity to …
Russ Raisig, a volunteer from Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hall, will present “Korean War Footlocker” at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 19, as part of the 2021 historic photo show “Faces of Ligonier Valley: Veterans of the Korean War Era” in the Pennsylvania Room of the Ligonier Valley Library.
Excela Health was recently ranked among the 2021 College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME) Digital Health Most Wired healthcare organizations for the second consecutive year.
New Alexandria Borough Council’s discussion at Wednesday’s regular meeting regarding trick-or-treating went beyond simply setting a time and date for later this month.
State Rep. Leslie Rossi will sponsor a meet and greet event in Ligonier Township this weekend with several candidates for Westmoreland County positions in the Nov. 2 general election.
In the Oct. 7 Off the Wall column, Bulletin columnist Paul J. Volkmann mentioned that if one wishes to learn more about honey to contact John and Amanda Harmon. Anyone who would like to learn more about the subject is instead encouraged to contact Norman Black of Black’s Bee City USA at 412-…
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