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State police at Greensburg report several items were stolen in a shoplifting incident that occurred at 6:09 p.m. May 22 in Hempfield Township. The items stolen were reported to be a pair of Xersion sunglasses valued at $60, a packet of Kinetic Sand, valued at $12.99, “What the Meme” game valued at $14.99, a color-changing light bulb, valued at $7.99 and a bikini bottom valued at $19.99.
A Latrobe man has been arrested for burglary, criminal trespass, disorderly conduct and public drunkenness after an incident in Hannastown, Hempfield Township.
Several planned residential developments in Unity Township were discussed at the Unity Township Municipal Authority’s (UTMA) regular meeting Wednesday.
The Roman Catholic Diocese of Greensburg on Wednesday announced that donation pledges to its St. Pope John Paul II Tuition Opportunity Partnership have reached roughly $20 million in tuition aid to students.
Greater Latrobe standout football players Bobby Fetter and Tyler Lynch welcome Latrobe Elementary School students Jackson (second grade) and Riley (kindergarten) Cobrando to the Cats’ Pride Initiative equipment drive, which runs through Friday, from 5-9 p.m. in the lobby outside the main high school gymnasium. Children of all ages are welcomed to attend and receive equipment, which was donated to the Cats’ Pride Initiative. Equipment available for distribution includes baseball, basketball, football, golf, hockey, lacrosse, volleyball and more. There will also be an application for people to fill out in order to request specific sports equipment. Requirements of the application are a 250-word paragraph explaining why they need the sports equipment, a name, phone number and email address. New sports equipment will be purchased for a select amount of kids when all of the applications are reviewed. For additional information email LatrobeCatsPride@gmail.com.
Brad Sweet took the lead from Sye Lynch of Apollo on lap 11 and never looked back to capture his first-ever Don Martin Memorial Silver Cup.
The Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art at Ligonier Valley will host an exceptional and illusory exhibition, “Here and Beyond” with artists Alexis Dillon and John “Jack” Mayer.
In preparation for the 20th commemoration of the events of Flight 93 on Sept. 11, 2001, Johnstown Symphony Orchestra and Laurel Arts have come together to commission Thomas Dougherty to compose a piece of music for three JSO players that speaks to the experience and response of the Somerset community during the period surrounding 9/11.