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Bus drivers strike deal with company that transports North Hills, Shaler students

By Bill Zlatos 3:32 p.m.
Bus drivers reached a tentative agreement with the contractor for the North Hills and Shaler Area school districts, averting a possible strike. “We didn’t get out of negotiations until 9:30 last night,” said Mike Ceoffe, president of Teamsters Local 249, …

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Longtime Westminster coach’s influence is felt in WPIAL basketball

There to watch a high school game that drew a few thousand, Ron Galbreath squeezed into the crowd at Geneva College’s field house and rooted …
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Hempfield girls win 4th straight title at WPIAL track championships

Hempfield track coach Ron Colland usually likes a big meet to be determined before the final race. On Monday, however, he was hoping for the …
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Training helps North Hills student athlete save best for last high school meet

North Hills High School senior Brian Lovasik enjoyed a stellar season as a member of the Indians boys swimming team, and he has a trip to the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colo., last fall to thank. Lovasik, …
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Pittsburgh Tribune-Review athletes of the week: Ambridge’s Isaac Elliot, Pine-Richland’s Kat Quigley

Isaac Elliot School: Ambridge Year: Sophomore Sport: Track and field Claim to fame: Elliott won the 100- and 200-meter dashes at the Baldwin Invitational on Friday with times of 11.13 and 22.12 seconds, respectively. How did it feel to win …
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Pittsburgh Tribune-Review athletes of the week: Vincentian’s Christian Fedko, Shaler’s Lauren Miller

Christian Fedko School: Vincentian Academy Year: Sophomore Sport: Baseball Claim to fame: The shortstop had an outstanding week at the plate for the Royals, reaching …
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