Saturday Jun 15
Chambersburg Public Opinion
Walkers to put in 320 miles for Wounded Warriors
Three hundred and twenty miles isn't a walk in the park, but for the walkers who tough out the miles for the Pennsylvania Hero Walk, it means one step closer to helping wounded veterans and their families.
Fri Jun 14, 2013
Jessica Zboravan weds Jeremy Linger
Jeremy Linger and Jessica Zboravan were united in marriage on June 13 at the Columbiana Municipal Court in the presence of their immediate families.
Sun Jun 09, 2013
Chambersburg Public Opinion
PA Hero Walk participants to come through Chambersburg on Saturday
On Monday, men and women started walking a 320-mile journey, Philadelphia to New Kensington, to raise money for veterans, and on Saturday, they are expected to pass through Chambersburg.
Wed Jun 05, 2013
Former student Kristen Guy named to Fab 40 list
Penn State New Kensington alumnus Kristen Guy was named to the list of the 2013 Fab 40. Guy was honored at a reception in the spring.
'Four Seasons' by Bud Gibbons on display through July 28 in campus art gallery
A collection of Bud Gibbons paintings, on loan from the Westmoreland Museum of American Art, is on display during June and July in the Art Gallery at Penn State New Kensington.
Shawn Annarelli wins literary award at student achievement ceremony
Annarelli, who earned his bachelor's degree in communications in May, was honored for his work as a contributing writer for the Nittany Pride, the student newspaper at the campus.
Sun Jun 02, 2013
Donate Life seeks to increase number of Pennsylvania organ donors
Lynda Zendek of New Kensington remembers the day at PNC Park when her husband of nearly 11 years, Steve Zendek, collapsed.
Fri May 31, 2013
Wendell August Forge Set For First-Ever Tent Sale
"Alcoa was our connection," says owner Will Knecht. "We made gifts. We made the gates for the research center in New Kensington." Will and his family opened the vault where many items had been tucked away, including a historic piece crafted for department store magnate Edgar Kaufmann.
Thu May 30, 2013
Siemens Supplies Drives for Australia's Largest Resource Project
Siemens was selected by Sinclair Knight Merz Pty. Ltd, a global engineering firm, to support the expansion of leading international mining group, Rio Tinto, for its iron ore port facilities at Cape Lambert, in the Pilbara region of North Western Australia.
Wed May 29, 2013
Neighborhood still pays for - slumlord' scams
While infamous River Wards slumlord Robert Coyle is beginning a six-year sentence in federal prison for loan fraud, the neighborhood is still dealing with the aftermath of his rampant row-home fraud, as well as new scammers duplicating Coyle's tactics.
Zoning approved, Philadelphia Record Exchange will reopen on Frankford Ave.
The Philadelphia Record Exchange will reopen in a new location this Saturday after the Zoning Board of Adjustment approved a use variance for the building, at 1524 Frankford Avenue in Fishtown.
Sun May 26, 2013
Autopsy planned for 5-month-old found unresponsive in New Kensington home
An autopsy will be performed Sunday on a 5-month-old baby who was found unresponsive inside a New Kensington home.
Sat May 25, 2013
Ceremony today repatriates remains of 10 U.S. airmen downed in 1969
One day in 1969, when Paul Clever was 6, he stepped off the school bus and saw a blue sedan parked in front of his family's house in Hartwell, Ga.
Thu May 23, 2013
Fayette names interim chancellor
Effective Aug. 1, Arlene Hall, director emerita of Academic Affairs and associate professor of kinesiology, will serve as interim chancellor of Penn State Fayette, The Eberly Campus.
Wed May 22, 2013
Kids in College summer program turns 25
Young students' imaginations will soar to great heights this summer as Penn State New Kensington celebrates 25 years of its Kids in College program.