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Greater Latrobe fans cheer on the undefeated IceCats as they fended off a late rally by Penn-Trafford and secured a 6-4 win at Kirk S. Nevin Arena in Greensburg on Thursday night. With the triumph, Greater Latrobe remained improved to 12-0-0 to hold the top spot in the PIHL Class AA with 24 …

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The former owner of a now-shuttered Latrobe day care center who is serving a 27-year prison sentence for knowingly allowing a convicted sex offender to have access to children at her business was denied an appeal in the case this week.

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A Westmoreland County judge rejected a request from former Derry Borough mayor Kevin Gross to dismiss aggravated assault charges stemming from an April incident in which he was accused of holding a 15-year-old boy at gunpoint and pointing the weapon at three girls at a borough playground.

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HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — A fight to block Gov. Tom Wolf from closing two state centers for the intellectually disabled produced a second large majority in Pennsylvania’s Republican-controlled Legislature on Wednesday, even as Wolf vowed to continue a decades-old trend away from institutional care.

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Strengthening Pennsylvania’s dairy industry, creating agritourism opportunities and expanding broadband access were among the issues representatives from statewide rural-based organizations shared with a House panel at a recent meeting.

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Two bills addressing criminal sentences passed the Pennsylvania House of Representatives on this week while another bill sparked a debate on sentencing violent criminals with multiple victims.

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HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — A divided Pennsylvania House voted Wednesday to ban the use of hand-held phones for all drivers to make calls, although police would not be allowed to stop motorists for that reason alone.

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A Munhall man accused of firing gunshots at a woman outside a Ligonier Township home in November was arrested Tuesday when he was at the Allegheny County Courthouse in Pittsburgh for proceedings in another case.

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Greater Latrobe junior Frankie Newill tries his best to make an inbounds pass difficult for a Hempfield Area player during Tuesday night’s WPIAL Class 6A Section 3 boys’ basketball game. The Wildcats lost, 68-66, to drop to 1-4 in the section. Article, more photos in Sports Section.

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A 14-year-old boy was killed when the pickup truck he was riding in was struck and rolled over in a two-vehicle crash in northern Indiana County on Monday.

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Members of the Derry Area FFA accepted a check from Kara Zolocsik on behalf of Ag Choice Farm Credit during the chapter’s 16th annual open house Dec. 5. The open house started with an informational meeting for first-year members. The organization’s team of officers gave guidance to the paren…

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HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — The attorneys general of 15 states said this week that they oppose a Trump administration proposal to allow rail shipments of liquefied natural gas, arguing the trains will share tracks with passenger trains and travel through congested areas.

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State police at Indiana report charges are pending against a 17-year-old Seward girl and an 18-year-old Armagh woman accused of allowing a toddler they were babysitting to use a vaping device as they recorded and posted video of the incident to social media.

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On an unusual warm January day, brothers Nathan and Jacob Mickinac took to their front yard in Unity Township this past weekend to perform an impromptu concert. Among their repertoire was “Happy Birthday” and some songs they wrote themselves. Isn’t this the way it should be?

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Ligonier Valley School District will be seeking a new business manager in the coming months after the district’s school board on Monday accepted the resignation of business manager Michelle Krebs for retirement purposes, effective June 30.

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Firefighters from Bradenville, Derry, Youngstown, Pleasant Unity, Ligonier, Lloydsville and Latrobe were called to a home on Raymond Avenue in Derry Township for a stove fire around 5 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 11.

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Holly Long of New Alexandria exhibited the first-ever Master Showmanship Competition at the 104th Pennsylvania Farm Show in Harrisburg, and took home the title of Grand Champion Showman and the use of a stock trailer for one year. Janee Weyandt of Derry took third in the same division.

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Mary Miller of Indiana County took home the grand prize in the recent Pennsylvania Farm Show Greatest Whoopie Pie Contest. One of Pennsylvania’s most popular desserts, 32 entries of whoopie pies were judged by four individuals on taste and presentation.

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Members of South Greensburg Volunteer Fire Department rescued a dog from a burning mobile home Thursday afternoon and gave him oxygen with a special mask that was donated to them by Westmoreland/Fayette/Allegheny County Animal Response Team (CART).

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