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Westmoreland County man assists in son’s search for kidney donation

Source: Trib Live There’s no need to ask William Dolan of Mt. Pleasant Township about his 39-year-old son, William Jr.’s, need for a kidney transplant. It’s boldly advertised across the Acme man’s white pickup truck. Since last summer, the elder Dolan has been driving throughout Westmoreland and Fayette counties with a large four-by-six-foot placard in… Keep Reading

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Lamp Theatre planning expansion for 2020

Source: Trib Live A pavilion to be built over part of the courtyard at The Lamp Theatre in downtown Irwin will provide shelter from the weather and a raised stage in the courtyard will put musicians a step above the crowds for outdoor concerts, all part of an effort to improve patrons’ experience. Those details… Keep Reading

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Westmoreland high school notebook: Penn-Trafford’s Allen gets another scholarship offer

Source: Trib Live Penn-Trafford senior football player Noah Allen is drawing Division I attention as national signing day (Feb. 5) approaches. Allen received his second Division I FCS scholarship offer, from Butler. The 6-foot-2, 175-pound Allen also has an offer from Valparaiso. He had 15 receptions for 228 yards and two touchdowns this past season… Keep Reading

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Cleaveland/Price Inc. in North Huntingdon names Heller new president

Source: Trib Live Cleaveland/Price Inc., an international supplier and local manufacturer of high-voltage electrical products based in North Huntingdon, has named Carl Heller, former vice president and manufacturing operations manager, as its new company president. The transition took place Jan. 1, the company said. Heller has been with Cleaveland/Price for 14 years serving a variety… Keep Reading

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Westmoreland Cleanways closes recycling center pending planned move

Source: Trib Live Westmoreland Cleanways and Recycling has closed its Unity recycling center until it moves to a proposed new location in the township, near Pleasant Unity. In the meantime, local residents have other options for recycling items such as paper and appliances containing Freon, but there are no nearby substitutes for the drop-off glass and electronics… Keep Reading

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Downtown Greensburg Project prepares marketing push for city

Source: Trib Live Greensburg wants to show off its good side, and the Downtown Greensburg Project is looking for public feedback on how to do that. “We’re not the same old city we’ve been for a long time, we want more collaboration, we want a stronger city,” said Jessica Hickey, director of the Downtown Greensburg Project. “So… Keep Reading

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Excela Latrobe introduces improved surgical robot

Source: Trib Live Students from Greater Latrobe and Ligonier Valley school districts joined other local residents Friday in trying out the controls of an improved surgical robot introduced during an open house at Excela Latrobe Hospital. Seventeen Excela surgeons use the robot and one like it at Excela Westmoreland Hospital to perform precision procedures ranging… Keep Reading

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Murrysville to look more closely at LED signage

Source: Trib Live Murrysville council will ask its planning commission to revisit its signage ordinance to potentially address newer signs using LED lighting. “There are a lot of LED signs popping up and I don’t know if we really address those,” council President Dayne Dice said. Murrysville’s existing ordinance lays out a host of parameters for the… Keep Reading

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Westmoreland County rosters loaded with basketball brother combos

Source: Trib Live Things got a little heated, Norwin junior basketball player Ty Bilinsky said while recalling a run-in with his younger brother. “He pushed me into a glass door on the side of our house,” he said. “The glass broke. I was OK but we had to call that game off because we got… Keep Reading

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