Aug 23, 2013
Students Awarded Scholarships from The Pittsburgh Foundation
Ten Westminster College students recently received scholarships through The Pittsburgh Foundation .
Ligonier Twp. man charged with attacking brother-in-law with garden tool
A Ligonier Township man who allegedly struck his brother-in-law on the head and arm with a pickaxe-type garden tool early Sunday remains in the Westmoreland County Prison on numerous criminal charges.
Schaab Memorial Softball Tournament rescheduled for August
Friends of Michael Schaab, the 25-year-old geriatric therapist killed in the Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic shooting in March 2012, organized the first charity softball tournament last year at Penn Township Municipal Park in Harrison City to honor him and his sister, who also died from gun violence.
Stars and Stripes
Couple honors fallen Vietnam War Army Rangers in Pa. backyard
Fallen Army Rangers who served in Vietnam are honored at a monument at Fort Benning, Ga., and their names are inscribed on the wall of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington.
Tyler Star News
Conklin, James E.
James E. Conklin, 68, of Harrison City, PA, went home to be with his Lord, on Saturday, Dec. 22, 2012, in his home.