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United Way sets campaign goal
The United Way of Butler County will kickoff its annual fundraising campaign Thursday at the Pittsburgh Marriott North hotel in Cranberry Township.
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arrow Burning motor causes evacuation at Clearfield Elementary School 08/29 - 2:19pm
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Butler woman’s first job didn’t ‘change’ her goals
For most Americans, Labor Day means a three-day weekend and the unofficial end of summer.
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United Way to kick off drive
The United Way of Butler County is continuing to stretch declining campaign revenues as far as possible.
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Group aims to spur growth, foster revitalization
RICHLAND TWP, Clarion County — More than 40 people attended a meeting Thursday night to commit to helping spur growth and foster revitalization in a three-community region.
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Man dies at state park
WORTH TWP — A 52-year-old Lawrence County man died Thursday at Moraine State Park after struggling in Lake Arthur.
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Adams Twp. referendum approved for Nov. ballot
Whether a voter referendum reducing the number of seats on the Adams Township board of supervisors is placed on the November ballot apparently will be decided in court.
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1. Schools officials say they are well aware of students who have food allergies and have policies to deal with them.
2. Roadmasters of municipalities in the county have a big job that lasts through all seasons.
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