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Here are the headlines from past issues of our newspapers.

Headlines for Mon, September 1, 2014

Level Green branch of Manor Bank robbed
Rezoning request tabled while Delmont reviews ordinance
P-T backpacks - filling a need
Delmont Daze celebration set for September 6
PTHS female soccer player kickin’ it for the football team
Local “celebrities” help raise funds for Faith in Action
Legion to hold 9-11 service
Greensburg Salem reports first day ‘went well’
Murrysville couple asks FTMSA for help with tapping into sewer line

Headlines for Wed, August 27, 2014

Thefts force library to relocate new books
Staff of Lamplighter Restaurant puts a new twist on the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge
Penn Twp. Police raid marijuana operation
Council told comp plan is a vision for the future
Sign ordinance sent back to Manor planning board
Minor realignment nixes rivalry
GSHS students attend engineering summer camp

Due to Labor Day there will be no newspaper printed for Wed., Sept. 3

Headlines for Mon, August 25, 2014

Should task force meetings be open to the public?
Manor residents voice concerns about sewer project
Export to vote on burning ordinance
Taking technology outdoors… A “Silver” opportunity
Planners offer comments on proposal for townhouses
GS dropoff rules to be enforced
Sign ordinance sent back to Manor planning board
Police charge PTSA employee with theft

Headlines for Wed, August 20, 2014

Soggy fields don’t dampen spirits at Community Day
New principal settles in at P-T High School
FR Board renews SRO agreement
Penn Township hires public works director
High cost delays paving in Delmont
SRO agreement approved by Penn Township Board

Headlines for Mon, August 18, 2014

P-T breaks ground for high school project
Superintendent gives back as P-T offers naming rights
Police search Choice Cigarette Outlet for drugs
Delmont Council accused of violating Sunshine Act
 - Former council member says meeting was illegal
Export asks FTMSA to pay for use of sewer line
Stockings for Military Sewing Day set for this week
Firearms agreement passed by GS Board
Community Women’s Club of Level Green:
 - Still Strong in its 45th Year
Police remind residents to lock their homes and cars
Greensburg Salem cuts beginning pay for custodians
Trafford man charged with child endangerment
Date of Hribal trail could change
Trafford adopts bond ordinance