Aliquippa Man Facing Drug Charges

A man is facing drug charges following an incident in Aliquippa. Officers allegedly saw Daryl Adamson engaging in a “hand-to-hand” drug transaction last week at the intersection of Griffith and Wykes streets. They say when they approached him, he began to run, but slipped and fell in the snow. Officers say they found four individually packaged pieces of crack cocaine in his possession.

BREAKING NEWS: Beaver County Commissioners Still Haggling Over Friendship Ridge

BREAKING NEWS: AS THE YEAR ENDS, THE BEAVER COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ARE STILL HAGGLING OVER FRIENDSHIP RIDGE. BEAVER COUNTY RADIO’S GREG BENEDETTI HAS DETAILS. Click on ‘play’ to hear Greg’s report…

This breaking news report is brought to you by…

Keeping an eye on your community since 1985. Visit myvisioncare.com

BREAKING NEWS: Beaver County Commissioners Discuss What To Do About Excess Paper

BREAKING NEWS: THE BEAVER COUNTY COMMISSIONERS – AT THEIR REGULAR WORK SESSION TODAY – HEARD SOME CONVERSATION ABOUT MUCH EXCESS PAPER. BEAVER COUNTY RADIO’S GREG BENEDETTI HAS DETAILS. Click on ‘play’ to hear Greg’s report…

This Breaking News report is brought to you by….

Keeping an eye on your community since 1985. Visit myvisioncare.com

Beaver Falls Mother Accused Of Hitting Daughter With Two-By-Four

A Beaver Falls mother is accused of hitting her 9-year-old daughter with a two-by-four. Charmeairria Stanford is being charged with assault and child endangerment. According to the criminal complaint, police say Stanford used a two-by-four on her 9-year-old’s bottom, “hitting the victim with the board every time the child got her spelling words wrong.” According to police paperwork, Stanford admitted to authorities that she had disciplined the child using the board, but she didn’t believe she injured her daughter. Police say the hits with the board were always over improper homework. Police got involved when the child’s father brought her to the hospital for unusual bruising on her hands and bottom. They said social services is now involved.

Hopewell Township Police Department Participating In ‘Presents From Police’ Program

THE HOPEWELL TOWNSHIP POLICE DEPARTMENT IS ONE THE LOCAL POLICE DEPARTMENTS PARTICIPATING IN THIS YEAR’S “PRESENTS FROM POLICE” PROGRAM. BEAVER COUNTY RADIO NEWS CORRESPONDENT SANDY GIORDANO HAS DETAILS. Click on ‘play’ to hear Sandy’s report…

Rochester Man Facing Charges For Leaving Two Teens Alone

A Rochester man is facing charges for allegedly leaving two teens alone so he could go to North Carolina. Darryl Barbour is accused of leaving the 15-and 13-year-olds earlier this month. One of the teens called police to report Barbour missing and he was found two days later in West Virginia. He allegedly told police he was leaving the kids and driving south. The teens were removed from the home and Barbour was charged with endangering the welfare of children.

Hit And Run Crash In New Sewickley Township Under Investigation

Police are continuing to investigate a hit-and-run accident in New Sewickley Township. A man was hit by a car Saturday afternoon on Freedom-Crider Road and suffered an injury to the arm. The driver did not stop but the vehicle was described as a maroon “square shaped” sport-utility vehicle. Anyone with information is asked to come forward and call the New Sewickley police department at (724) 774-2473.