Marc Kimberly of Shaler earned Boy Scouting’s highest rank when he successfully completed the Eagle Scout Board of Review on January 15. The son of Connie Kunard and Kenneth Nicholson, Kimberly led a team of youth and adult volunteers to build fencing and benches in front of Glenshaw Valley Presbyterian Church. The fencing serves as […]
Anthony Herbert of Herminie, Westmoreland County, joined the Army in 1947. The coal miner’s son rose through the ranks to become a Lieutenant Colonel. One of the Korean War’s most decorated soldiers, he earned five Silver Stars, four Purple Hearts, four Bronze Stars, two Air Medals and a Soldier’s Medal.
The Shaler Class of 1970 will hold its 50th Anniversary Reunion the weekend of August 28 and 29, 2020. Friday evening will be an informal/casual gathering and Saturday evening will include a dinner at the Comfort Inn in RIDC Harmarville. Classmates should contact Jim Giel, Jr, at 412-486-2774 or Jim DiNucci at 412-953-1391 for details.
Taco is a 55 lb, 2 year old pit mix who ran off from a Hampton vet’s office on Saturday, 2/1. He is from a local shelter and is being fostered in the Gibsonia area. He was wearing a collar, harness and two leashes. Taco is very afraid of people, but is NOT aggressive. We […]
The Pennsylvania Office of the State Fire Commission (OSFC) has awarded grants to fire companies, emergency medical services and rescue squads statewide. Thirteen recipients are in District 30, and 59 are in District 38.
State Representative Lori Mizgorski (R-Allegheny) announced that 13 volunteer fire and ambulance companies throughout the 30th District have qualified to receive $150,889 from a grant program administered by the Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency and Office of the State Fire Commissioner. “This is wonderful news for our district,” said Mizgorski. “Our communities are blessed with wonderful […]