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As Pennsylvania’s new coronavirus cases fall to October lows and vaccinations steadily rise in Westmoreland County, grief triggered by loss during the pandemic continues to linger within the community.
Mental Health America (MHA) of Southwestern PA held its virtual Innovations event April 29, and the recipients of the annual awards exemplify this year’s theme of “The Road to Resilience.”
Local Union 1537 United Steelworkers and its units are scheduled to hold their monthly meetings Thursday, May 20, at Huber Hall in Latrobe. Unit 1551 will hold its meeting at 4 p.m., with the Local Union 1537 meeting to begin at 4:30 p.m. All members and retirees are invited to attend.
Westmoreland County added just seven new coronavirus (COVID-19) cases Monday, marking the first day this year with fewer than 10 new cases reported, according to Pennsylvania Department of Health data.
After a success-filled regular season — 16 wins, a section title and enough no-hitters to last a lifetime — longtime Ligonier Valley softball coach Mark Zimmerman knows nothing is guaranteed in the post-season.
Nine unanswered goals in the game’s opening eight minutes doomed the No. 11-seeded Greater Latrobe girls’ lacrosse team in its playoff opener on Monday.
There will be 29 individual athletes and 11 relay teams representing Greater Latrobe, Derry Area and Ligonier Valley at the WPIAL Class 2A and 3A Track and Field Championships, scheduled for Wednesday at Slippery Rock University.
St. Vincent College, the Fred Rogers Center for Early Learning and Children’s Media and the Latrobe Art Center are teaming up to launch “Won’t You Be My Neighbor, Again?,” a community programming series based upon the life and legacy of Fred Rogers.