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Trash hauling changes hit North Huntingdon residents

Source: Trib Live North Huntingdon residents whose garbage collection was delayed after a new hauler was hired can take their garbage to a Dumpster at the township’s public works building off Route 30, officials said. The township’s trash hauler, Westmoreland Sanitary Landfill LLC/County Hauling Corp. of Rostraver, placed the Dumpster at the public works garage… Keep Reading

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East Huntingdon landscaper fined $74,290 over allegedly failing to pay Mexican workers overtime, back wages

Source: Trib Live An East Huntingdon landscaping company has paid nearly $75,000 in back wages and fines to settle allegations that it committed labor violations involving a foreign worker program, according to the U.S. Department of Labor. Silvis Group, located on Schultz Road, signed a consent agreement with the Labor Department on June 14 that alleged… Keep Reading

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Norwin to cap tax hike at 3.4%

Source: Trib Live Property owners in the Norwin School District will not see their school taxes increase more than 3.4% — the maximum allowed without state or voter approval. The Norwin School Board unanimously voted at its meeting this week to limit any tax hike to the state maximum, which is about 2.8 mills in… Keep Reading

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$1.2 million Norwin pool project to more forward

Source: Trib Live Norwin is eyeing a Zelienople firm to serve as construction manager for an estimated $1.2 million project to repair and modernize the high school swimming pool. The board is scheduled to vote on hiring The Foreman Group at its Jan. 13 meeting. The Foreman Group and two other firms were interviewed last… Keep Reading

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Norwin library compiling long-range study

Source: Trib Live Norwin Public Library officials plan to use the results of a survey to determine the course of the library’s future. Library Director Diana Falk wants to start implementing programs or services included in a long-range plan being developed. “We really want to look at it (the study) to see what is feasible… Keep Reading

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North Huntingdon man sues township over tree-cutting order

Source: Trib Live Three North Huntingdon officials are being sued in federal court after the township had 10 trees removed from a resident’s front yard in October. Curt Orner of 500 Oakhurst Drive alleges in the lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court in Pittsburgh on Dec. 30 that the defendants — township Manager Jeff Silka,… Keep Reading

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Norwin’s Kurtis Phipps happy with win, but not DQ finish, at Powerade

Source: Trib Live Norwin senior Kurtis Phipps was locked in a tight battle with Wyoming Seminary sophomore Nic Bouzakis in the 126-pound final Saturday at Powerade Tournament. With the score tied 3-3, Phipps stood up to attempt an escape. Bouzakis decided the take Phipps back down to the mat, but he lifted him up to… Keep Reading

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State licensing process delays opening of Hempfield hospital

Source: Trib Live Almost two months after officials held a grand opening ceremony for one of the region’s first “micro-hospitals,” doors to the new facility remain closed. The 120,000-square-foot Allegheny Health Network Hempfield Neighborhood Hospital, located at Route 30 and Angew Road, was slated to open in the weeks following the Nov. 9 ceremony. Now, AHN officials… Keep Reading

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