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Forest Edge housing development in Cranberry receives tentative approval

Cranberry supervisors have given tentative approval for the proposed Forest Edge housing development at Hope and Woodlawn roads. However, before the unanimous vote on Feb. 4, ...

Cranberry awards $1.2M paving contract

Cranberry will spend at least $1.2 million to pave township streets in coming months, but that amount could rise slightly, depending on available funds. Township supervisors ...

Music society sets Feb. 8 program on piano touch, tone

Opus I Music Society will present "Evaluating and Improving Piano Tone and Touch" at its Feb. 8 meeting at Mars Alliance Church. Piano technicians Joe DeFazio ...

Freedom Road widening between Cranberry, Beaver County to start this summer

Motorists traveling from Route 65 in Beaver County to Cranberry for years have had to negotiate sharp bends and steep hills on Crows Run or ...

Forest Edge housing plan draws Cranberry residents' questions

Some residents close to the proposed Forest Edge housing development have voiced concerns about it to Cranberry supervisors. Plans call for construction of 59 single-family ...

Synthetic marijuana operation busted in Cranberry

A Cranberry tobacco shop owner, his girlfriend and two employees imported and sold synthetic marijuana to customers at their shops and across the region for ...

Send Cranberry Journal details for fish frys, other events

Churches and organizations planning Lenten fish frys and other events associated with upcoming religious holidays may send details to the Cranberry Journal for publication. Information ...

Woman found dead in Cranberry hotel may have killed mother in Buffalo, N.Y.

A woman found dead in a Cranberry hotel died of self-inflicted wounds and is suspected in the homicide of her 85-year-old mother in Buffalo, New ...

2 Cranberry police officers appeal their firings

Two Cranberry police officers fired by the township in December have appealed their terminations through the terms of their collective bargaining agreement. Officers Scott Carney and ...

Cardinal Wuerl students' safe driving app in running for national prize

Sobering statistics on the dangers teen drivers face are easy to find. More than 2,000 motorists ages 16 to 19 were killed in crashes in 2013, ...

Cranberry workers tackle painting, other tasks in a winter with little snow

Even as he kept one eye on an approaching snowstorm late last week, Gary Belz, manager of facilities for the Cranberry Public Works Department, made ...

Man flees after robbing Cranberry bank

The FBI is searching for a man who robbed a bank Wednesday in Cranberry. The robbery happened about 2:25 p.m. at the First Niagara bank on ...

Seneca Valley preparing for Flexible Instruction Day on Feb. 12

Students in the Seneca Valley School District won't be in school on Feb. 12, but they won't exactly be enjoying a day off either. The school ...

Keeping Cranberry traffic moving smoothly is high-tech job

As he sits in the Cranberry traffic control center with monitors that show vehicle flow in virtually every corner of the township, Marty McKinney sometimes ...

Charity founded by Cranberry couple helps children with spinal cord problems 'Rise Again'

Six years ago, one physician gave Alex Brown, then 4 years old, a 10 percent chance of surviving the spontaneous hematoma that disabled his spinal ...

Cranberry film series to highlight diversity

The Cranberry Area Diversity Network will debut a film series it calls Matinee, Mumble and Munch at noon Jan. 30 in the Franklin Station meeting ...

Seneca Valley students shine during U.S. Academic Decathlon

The Seneca Valley Academic Decathlon team earned 23 medals during a United States Academic Decathlon state level competition held at Gannon University on Jan. 2. Teams ...

Cranberry Township earns communication awards

Cranberry has won communication awards in a statewide contest, including a top honor. The 25th annual Outstanding Citizen Communication Award was given to Cranberry Township ...

Cranberry water facilty expansion plan draws lots of attention from contractors

There apparently is no shortage of companies interested in working on the long-planned expansion of Cranberry's Brush Creek Water Pollution Control Facility, and that could ...

Seneca Valley juniors receive Seton Hill University awards

Seneca Valley juniors Ehlana Lingenfelter and Julia Hoggay received awards in biology and chemistry, respectively, at Seton Hill University's 28th Annual Women in Science Day ...


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