KITTANNING – The Southwestern Pennsylvania Commission (SPC) is announcing the launch of a new project website and online mapping survey aimed at providing project information and gathering the public’s input related to the Route 28 corridor from Kittanning to Interstate 80.

REDBANK TWP. – After reducing the pay and benefits for working elected supervisors in Redbank Township (Clarion County) last month, the township’s auditors came prepared last night (Tuesday) to defend their actions.

KITTANNING – After a rocky 2019 in which a promise of funding never materialized, officials with the Allegheny River Development Corp. got a boost last week from Armstrong County to help keep the river locks open for boaters this year.

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INDIANA — The Slippery Rock University women’s basketball team fell on the road to No. 5 Indiana University of Pennsylvania, 77-48, in a Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference Western Division contest Saturday evening.

NEW BETHLEHEM — Coming off a tough loss last Tuesday at Kane, the Brockway girls basketball team bounced back in big way last Wednesday with a hard-fought 44-43 win at Redbank Valley.

NEW BETHLEHEM — It’s losing streak hitting seven games, the Redbank Valley Bulldogs basketball team lost to visiting Moniteau, 60-56, in overtime Tuesday night.

Here are the Keystone Shortway Athletic Conference champions since the championship game format was established in 2007:

It has been a hard couple of weeks in the New Bethlehem area. We lost Ben Kundick Sr. and Gene Rutkowski in a short time. Even if you never interacted with them very much while in high school, they were always simply “there.”

Technically speaking, we should frame the question, “What are you?”