Cyber option works well for student
For 17-year-old Charlie Parsons, making the switch from a brick-and-mortar school to cyber school a year and a half ago was a game-changer.
Cannes intern brings experience
The Cannes Film Festival began Wednesday, and Point Park junior Bethany Barich has brought experience to her internship at the festival’s American Pavilion.
Agency calls for changes
BUTLER TWP — Before a packed room of anxious seniors, the Area Agency on Aging’s advisory board on Tuesday voted to recommend that hours at several of the county’s senior centers be scaled back.
District Judge Wayne Seibel
Group buys ice rink
WARRENDALE, Allegheny County — BladeRunners has been sold and is now the Baierl Ice Complex, according to one of the men who bought the property.
SV lists honor rolls for 3rd term
The following students in the Seneca Valley School District were named to the honor roll for the third academic term. (Note: Highest honor students were listed in the May 13 edition of the Cranbery Eagle.)
Concert June 4 benefits MHY
FRANKLIN TWP — The Leadership Butler County Class of 2015 will present a benefit concert for MHY Family Services on June 4 at The Atrium, 1031 New Castle Road.
JACKSON TWP — Seneca Valley senior Bailey Hixon and sophomore Julia Kooser both placed first in the state level Pennsylvania Junior Academy of Science Competition at Penn State University, held from May 17-19.
Comprehensive plan update gains steam
JACKSON TWP — The township’s goal to establish an updated comprehensive plan is moving forward following a series of meetings with residents in which input was sought on the positive and negative aspects of living in Jackson.
Invasion in detail
PITTSBURGH — The film “D-Day: Normandy 1944” tells the story of June 6, 1944 and the largest Allied operation of World War II on the four-story dome screen of the Rangos Omnimax Theater at the Carnegie Science Center, One Allegheny Ave., North Side.
Mars plans out of this world event
MARS — When Mayor Gregg Hartung came up with the idea to have a celebration in the borough that coincides with the date when New Year’s would fall on the planet Mars, he had no idea it would become a multiple-day event that includes the National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
Musical theater inside the park
CRANBERRY TWP — Music performance enthusiasts will have the opportunity this summer to experience professional theater, thanks to a local nonprofit group.
Middlesex supervisor wins easily
MIDDLESEX TWP — The vice chairman of the board of supervisors will move on to the general election in November, having handily defeated his opponent.
Adams incumbent beats challengers
ADAMS TWP — Longtime supervisor Linda Lees will move on to the general election in November despite challenges from two opponents in the Republican race.