Passion for WPIAL basketball leads North Allegheny grad Hailey Zeise to Pine-Richland job , Trib HSSN
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Passion for WPIAL basketball leads North Allegheny grad Hailey Zeise to Pine-Richland job , Trib HSSN
Hailey Zeise spent the last year coaching in college at George Washington, but in her heart, she knew high school basketball was where she wanted to be.
North suburban real estate transactions, week of June 20, 2024
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North suburban real estate transactions, week of June 20, 2024
Bellevue Nicholas Falcone sold property at 12 Keswick Ave. to Travis Montgomery and Mary Trum for $255,000. Bradford Woods Susan Law sold property at 119 Forest Road to Theodore and Emilee Andrianos for $135,000. Etna John Bruder sold property at 106 Grant Ave. to Huntington National Bank for $25,000. Franklin
3rd lottery millionaire in a week, this time in Richland Township
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3rd lottery millionaire in a week, this time in Richland Township
Another person in the past week reached millionaire status after buying a winning Pennsylvania Lottery scratch-off ticket. The latest winner, announced Wednesday, cashed in on a $5 million Monopoly Own It All ticket sold at the Route 8 Shop 'n Save in Richland Township. The Monopoly game is a $50
Why Choose Physical Therapy First?
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Why Choose Physical Therapy First?
We all get aches and pains, but what do we do when they linger around too long? Everyone seems to have their own solutions that may work for us- Ice, Ibuprofen, massage, etc., but considering Physi...
‘Adventure Begins’ at Northern Tier Library
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‘Adventure Begins’ at Northern Tier Library
"Adventure Begins at Your Library" is the theme of the summer reading program at Northern Tier Library, 4015 Dickey Road, Richland. Patrons can log the books and activities they have completed by using Beanstack, which can be accessed through a portal on the library's website or downloaded as an app.
Class of 2036 members address Class of ’24 at Pine-Richland graduation
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Class of 2036 members address Class of ’24 at Pine-Richland graduation
Some of the most enthusiastic applause during the June 7 graduation exercises for the Pine-Richland High School Class of 2024 was for members of the Pine-Richland High School Class of 2036. Representing each of the district's elementary schools, three of this past year's kindergartners had an opportunity to wish the
What is Essential in Selecting the Perfect Lift Chair, Mattress, or Sofa for Your New Home in Westmoreland County?
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What is Essential in Selecting the Perfect Lift Chair, Mattress, or Sofa for Your New Home in Westmoreland County?
Selecting the right furniture for your new home in Westmoreland County involves more than just finding pieces that match your aesthetic. It's about maximizing comfort, functionality, and longevity,...
‘Are you ready?’: Pine-Richland graduates move on to next chapter
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‘Are you ready?’: Pine-Richland graduates move on to next chapter
As hundreds of soon-to-be graduates sat patiently, anticipating the awarding of diplomas and tossing of caps, their valedictorian posed a question from the podium: "Are you ready for the next chapter of your life? Truthfully, no. None of us are," Avyutka Nagrath said. "At the end of the day, we
Pine-Richland graduates 340 students in Class of ’24
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Pine-Richland graduates 340 students in Class of ’24
Congratulations to graduates in the Pine-Richland High School Class of 2024: • A-B " Tarik Aziz, Julianna Abraham, Mustafa Adeel, Giovanni Aiello, Udbhav Akolkar, Jessica Albertson, Logan Alexander, Aleta Amend, Parker Ammerman, Ariana Anderson, Sean Anderson, Carson Baer, Charlotte Baic, Morgan Bailey, Benjamin Baileys, Elle Balkovec, Olivia Ball, Vasillos Balouris
How to Choose the Right Foundation Repair Contractor for Your Home
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How to Choose the Right Foundation Repair Contractor for Your Home
Choosing the right foundation repair contractor is crucial to ensuring the structural integrity of your home. The process involves understanding your specific needs, conducting thorough research, e...
In brief: Pine-Richland area events, week of June 10, 2024
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In brief: Pine-Richland area events, week of June 10, 2024
'What's In a Name' program The Richland History Group, in conjunction with Northern Tier Regional Library, will offer a free, open-to-the-community speakers program at the library at 6:30 p.m. June 19. Retired Butler history teacher Steve Cicero, the "History Hobo," will present "What's In a Name," providing the often-unknown historical
After solid season, Pine-Richland boys volleyball looks ahead to exciting future | Trib HSSN
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After solid season, Pine-Richland boys volleyball looks ahead to exciting future | Trib HSSN
Four wins in Section 2-3A might not seem like a lot to those that do not follow WPIAL boys volleyball closely, but for Pine-Richland, it signaled a gigantic leap in the right direction.
Heirloom Framing - Preserving Your Family’s History
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Heirloom Framing - Preserving Your Family’s History
Framing family heirlooms is a process that involves preserving and showcasing items of sentimental value. These items can include anything from old photographs and documents to jewelry and textiles...
Interested in a multi-generational sustainable community?
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Interested in a multi-generational sustainable community?
Rachel Carson EcoVillage at Providence Heights is hosting a free in-person information session on Saturday, June 22nd from 11-1 pm at the Kearns Spirituality Center, 9000 Babcock Blvd, Allison Park PA Attendees will hear from community members, and watch a slide presentation with a Q&A session about this multi-generational sustainable community. Those interested will have an opportunity to walk to the future site of the community. There will be light refreshments and an art activity for children. RSVP at www.rachelcarsonecovillage.org or text 412-573-1927

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