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Police: Student Posts Video Shooting AK-Style Rifle With Caption ‘Training For Prom Walk’  CBS Pittsburgh

Follow KDKA-TV: Facebook | Twitter. SAXONBURG (KDKA) — A student has been taken into police custody and the South Butler County School District is ...



South Butler County School District To Resume Modified Lockdown Status Friday  CBS Pittsburgh

Follow KDKA-TV: Facebook | Twitter. SAXONBURG, Pa. (KDKA) — The South Butler County School District says it will resume modified lockdown status on ...



Fire Chief: 3 Dogs Died In Trailer Fire  butlerradio.com

A trailer is likely a total loss following a fire Tuesday night in Jefferson Township. The fire call came about 9:30 p.m. for a blaze on West Red Oak Court- that's the ...



Teachers go on strike in South Butler School District  Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Teachers in the South Butler School District are on strike Thursday morning after contract negotiations came to a halt this week. The district includes students ...



Retired Teacher, Now Author, To Stop By S. Butler Library  butlerradio.com

The public is invited to attend a free event to hear from a local author and former teacher. The South Butler Community Library is hosting Robert Erdeljac, who ...



Knoch High School senior accused of taking pictures in school bathroom  Tribune-Review

State police have charged an 18-year-old Knoch High School student after he allegedly took pictures of another student in a bathroom. Caleb David Haines, 18, ...



The Cranberry Eagle Online  The Cranberry Eagle

Change can be good. It is especially good when it means recognizing who you are. The Butler County Area Baseball League has done exactly that and is alive ...



Knoch H.S. Student Charged With Taking Photos Of Student, Other Males In Bathroom Stall  CBS Pittsburgh / KDKA

Follow KDKA-TV: Facebook | Twitter. SAXONBURG (KDKA) – A Knoch High School student is facing charges for allegedly taking photos of at least one male ...



200 Model Ts will roll through Western Pa.  Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Over 200 Tin Lizzies will be in Saxonburg on Sunday for the kickoff event of the 62nd annual Model T National Tour.



Former Miss USA Undergoes Life-Saving Double-Lung Transplant At UPMC  CBS Pittsburgh

Follow KDKA-TV: Facebook | Twitter. PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — She was the first, and remains the only, woman from Pennsylvania to become Miss USA. But now ...



Knoch shot putter Jordan Geist has national record on his mind  Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Geist is an Arizona recruit who already holds records, but wants to finish his high school career in a big way.



Holiday favorite J-Barn in Sarver closes doors  Butler Eagle

The J-Barn Country Inn in Buffalo Township has closed and its owners have filed bankruptcy.



Baseball Adds Four Players to 2018 Signing Class  Youngstown State Athletics

The Youngstown State baseball program has added four student-athletes from Ohio and Pennsylvania to its 2018 signing class, Head Coach Dan Bertolini ...



Powerful Arizona freshman Jordan Geist already throwing himself into conversation of best ever  Arizona Daily Star

Jordan Geist sets himself at the back of the shot put circle. He bends his knees, rotates his arms, spins — and, in one explosive motion, thrusts the 16-pound ...



High School Girl Beats The Odds, Has Dream Come True On Basketball Court  CBS Local

SAXONBURG (KDKA) — Monday was a special night for a high school basketball player in Butler County. Kali Alter, 19, did something she always wanted to do, ...



Security increased in South Butler County school after social media threat | WPXI  WPXI Pittsburgh

Heightened security measures are being implemented in the South Butler County School District after officials learned of a bomb threat over the weekend.



Tributes | vindy.com — JOYCE ANNE CUSHEY BRONDER  Youngstown Vindicator

Youngstown, Ohio | Tributes, In Memoriam, Deaths, Obituaries, for Warren, Austintown, Boardman, Canfield, Poland.



Saxonburg couple keeps music and art alive at unique shop in Verona  Tribune-Review

Ralph Toward and his wife, Bonnie, have let the music play and artwork stay in Verona for nearly five years through their Western Pennsylvania Center for the ...



Mandatory Random Drug Tests Considered For Butler County School  CBS Local

SAXONBURG (KDKA) — Two-thirds of Knoch High School students will be subject to random drug tests, if the South Butler County School Board adopts a policy ...



New pastor serves Trinity Presbyterian  Butler Eagle

Carmen Shullo has taken over this month as pastor of Trinity Presbyterian Church in Butler Township. Just don't call him reverend yet. Shullo explained he is not ...



Knoch is hoping to push its opponents around in 2017  Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Despite taking over a program that won only two games last season, first-year coach Frank Whalen is convinced his team can turn things around with alacrity in ...



Pennsylvania Boys Track & Field AOY: Jordan Geist  USA TODAY High School Sports

The Gatorade State Boys Track & Field Athletes of the Year were selected based on athletic production and impact in the 2015-16 season. Each winner also ...



Sparked by members of Knoch's PIAA title team, Saxonburg Legion squad continues success  Tribune-Review

Validation never was an issue, but the Saxonburg Legion baseball team admitted to feeling a tinge of pressure to win a championship after eight of its players ...



North Xtra: Former Freeport, Pitt and NFL star now at Knoch  Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Jeff Christy is a Super Bowl champ, a former Pitt star and a WPIAL Hall of Fame member. This former Freeport High standout is also a picture of resiliency.



Knoch football players to continue W&J tradition  Tribune-Review

It's one thing for a high school football player to know where he's going to play in college. It's another for him to do so alongside his best friend. Senior standouts ...



Library in Saxonburg to archive work by late journalist Walkup  Tribune-Review

Kathy Walkup recalled a childhood memory of jumping in the car, putting on a disguise, and accompanying her mother on an evidence-seeking expedition ...



South Butler Santas learn to stretch dollars while helping needy  Tribune-Review

Knoch High School juniors Kiley Hajek and Katie Gannon looked perplexed as they stood near a display of boys dress pants in the Target store in Cranberry ...



Top 50 for 2017-18: Thrower Jordan Geist, a.k.a. 'Knochness Monster', is Arizona's incoming star  Arizona Daily Star

Editor's note: The Star's Zack Rosenblatt is counting down the 50 best athletes on the University of Arizona campus right now, with help from athletes, coaches ...



Mother knows best for Knoch's Jordan Geist  Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

The top high school shot putter in the country, Knoch junior Jordan Geist, is coached by his mother.



Knoch cheerleader Alexis Summers, 17, killed texting while driving  Daily Mail

High school senior Alexis Summers, 17, of Saxonburg, Pennsylvania, lost control of her Subaru Legacy and hit a tree just a few miles from her home.



Knoch High School opens musical season with 'Once Upon a Mattress'  Tribune-Review

Knoch High School opens the high-school musical season with a show that promises medieval mayhem when the curtains part Feb. 27 to March 1. Originally ...



Tom Callender, Natrona Heights youth baseball coach and father of 5, dies at 39  Tribune-Review

When it came to coaching youth baseball, Tom P. Callender knew it was about more than just winning the game. 'He was focused on the kids learning and ...



It's now a public pool, but still unknown to many  Butler Eagle

JEFFERSON TWP — SEBCO board members hope a 50th anniversary picnic will make enough of a splash that people will remember the community pool.



Vandals turf Doerr Park ball fields in Jefferson Township, causing estimated $20000 in damages  Tribune-Review

Less than three months ago, the Saxonburg Area Baseball Association shelled out $9000 to upgrade the main field in Jefferson Township's Laura J. Doerr ...



Newly ordained Rev. Levi Hartle followed 'obvious' calling to priesthood  Tribune-Review

The Rev. Levi Hartle was in eighth grade the first time he thought about becoming a priest. 'Some ladies from my parish said, 'Have you thought about being a ...



Breaststroker Brooke Zukowski Verbally Commits to New Mexico for 2017-  SwimSwam

Brooke Zukowski of Butler Y Aquatic Club and Knoch High School has made a verbal pledge to the University of New Mexico for 2017-18.



With an infectious smile, Brian Shaw left a lasting impression on everyone  Tribune-Review

They called it the 'annual putt-putt game,' a group of three close friends getting together each summer for a bonding, yet competitive game of miniature golf.



Cookie Daze 5K Saturday  Butler Eagle

Runners dream of attending a destination race in an exotic locale. But travel can be expensive and inconvenient, especially for families. How about a destination ...



With films like 'Pitch Perfect' the a cappella movement grows stronger  Tribune-Review

It's a fact, says Mark Boyle: Everybody sings. We may wait until we are alone in the car and a favorite tune comes on, or in the shower when the playlist in our ...



Pittsburgh-area dogs ready to compete at Westminster Dog Show  Tribune-Review

These canines want to be top dog. 'It would be nice to go out on top,' says Coleen McGee, handler for 8-year-old James, a Spinone Italiano who won the best of ...



Bridgeville-based II-VI Foundation pumps millions into local scholarships, camps, research  Tribune-Review

A little-known foundation, funded by the man who earned his fortune by starting a Sharpsburg optics and material-science company, is boosting students who ...



Memorial being built in Lower Burrell for Valley's Vietnam fallen  Tribune-Review

About 100 sons of the Alle-Kiski Valley died in Chu Lui, Quang Tri, Phuoc Binh and many other nameless Vietnam battlegrounds more than 40 years ago. Now ...



Bell choirs work together to create beauty  Tribune-Review

Archaeologists, Gary McWilliams likes to point out, have found evidence of bells being used in the earliest periods of nearly every major culture in the world.



50th anniversary week celebrates city's British Invasion by Beatles  Tribune-Review

Janice 'Jana' Frazier and her 'best ever' friend, Judi Connell, could barely sit still on the long trolley ride to the Civic Arena from Castle Shannon. They stood up ...



Hampton officials urged PennDOT for years to improve site of fatal bus/car crash  Tribune-Review

Hampton officials urged PennDOT for years to improve a busy Route 8 intersection where a West Deer man died on Friday when a school bus crushed his car ...



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