Cranberry woman dies in 1-car crash
JACKSON TWP — Police said a 66-year-old Cranberry Township woman died Tuesday morning after driving through a guardrail and into an embankment off Route 19.
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Concordia buys Monroeville facility
JEFFERSON TWP — Concordia Lutheran Ministries has acquired The Cedars of Monroeville skilled nursing and personal care facility and Cedars Home Health Care Services.
Butler brew pub partners get loan
BUTLER — The men who want to open Butler Brew Works on Main Street always see the glass as half full — even during a difficult battle to get funds for their proposed brewery.
CRANBERRY TWP— Comtra Theatre, Route 19, presents “Shrek The Musical” through Sept. 6.
County approves contracts
The Butler County commissioners on Wednesday approved two change orders for the new office building construction project, reducing the cost by $20,066.
EVANS CITY — The Evans City Public Library, 204 S. Jackson St., invites individuals of all ages to decorate bird houses for “It's a Bird Thing.”
CRANBERRY TWP — US Liner Co., a manufacturer of thermoplastic composite solutions, has hired Jack Hartnagel as its national accounts director.
PENN TWP — The newly renamed Succop Nature Park, formerly the Succop Conservancy, will celebrate its new moniker with three picnics and a croquet match:
Eckstein land purchase OK’d
The Butler County commissioners on Wednesday approved the tax sale of small parcel in Evans City to their colleague.
SV approves funds for cameras
JACKSON TWP — The Seneca Valley School Board Monday night allocated $75,000 to buy camera equipment for school buses and vans.