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Business, The Neighborhood Files
Justin Wroblewski makes his dream come true with a new bakery located in Evans City.
The new restaurant in town offers fresh made-to-order ethnic food.
Arts, Local Connections
Specializing in recycled materials, the Renfrew native has been published in two different crafting magazines.
Every weekend from now through the end of October, the Rivers of Steel National Heritage Area will hold markets at the historic Pump House.
Volunteers in the News, The Neighborhood Files
This weekend meant a lot for Cheyannia Marburger and family—as well as the crowd of supporters.
The Cranberry Board of Supervisors have greenlighted a 20-year plan that will revitalize parks and open spaces all around the township.
Patch presents video highlights from a Meet the Candidates event so voters can hear directly from Democratic candidate Dr. Sharon Brown, Republican candidate Rep. Randy Vulakovich and write-in candidate Don Bindas.
Government, Local Connections
With the repeal of the Act 13 bill, supervisors were able to reject their previous amendment.
The Neighborhood Files
Proud of their new place, church members are ready to share their space as a community center and rallying point for the public.
Schools, Sports, Summer
The crew coach for Pine Richland High School will row for the Romanian team in the 2012 London Olympics.
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