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Commissioners Camp and Amadio Inundated With Questions on Beaver County Radio

The Beaver County Commissioners were on the "hot seat" earlier today on Beaver County Radio. Republican Dan Camp and Democrat ...
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Aliquippa Hires New Full-Time Police Officer

News from Aliquippa Council... Beaver County Radio News Correspondent Sandy Jordano reports that Aliquippa Mayor Dwan Walker last night presented ...
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Pedestrian Killed On Route 65 in Avalon Identified

Officials have identified a pedestrian hit and killed by a truck last week in Avalon. 24-year-old Kent Taylor was hit ...
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Funeral Held Today For K-9 Stabbed To Death In Wilkinsburg

A funeral was held today in Wilkinsburg for a police dog stabbed to death Sunday while helping officers apprehend a ...
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Coaches Corner

Join Bob Barrickman and the gang at Robert's Roadside Inn tonight for the Coaches Corner from 7:00 - 8:00 p.m ...
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First ‘Ask The Commissioners’ of 2016 Featuring New Board To Air Thursday on Beaver County Radio

The very first "Ask The Commissioners" of 2016 is set to air Thursday on Teleforum with Mike Romigh. It'll also ...
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Gov. Wolf To Ask State Lawmakers For Another $200 Million For Public Schools

Democratic Governor Tom Wolf says he'll ask the Republican-controlled Legislature for another $200 million for public schools next year. Meanwhile, ...
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Criminal Record Erasure Bill Awaiting Gov. Wolf’s Signature

A bill that would help Pennsylvanians convicted of minor offenses to have their criminal record erased has been approved by ...
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Surge in Heroin Overdoses Reported in Western Pennsylvania

Western Pennsylvania authorities warn they're seeing a surge of overdoses, possibly tied to a batch of heroin. At least a ...
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Punxsutawney Phil Sees His Shadow, Predicting An Early Spring

Spring is coming early: So sayeth the rodent - or at least that's what his handlers told us just before ...
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AG Kane Says She Didn’t Raise Any Campaign Cash Last Year

Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane is reporting she didn't raise any campaign contributions from donors in 2015 and she used ...
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New Contract Ratified For U.S.W.

Union steelworkers have ratified a new three-year contract with U.S. Steel. The deal covering 18,000 workers does not raise pay ...
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Police Investigating McKeesport Shooting

An early morning shooting in Mckeesport has wounded a woman and a 4-year-old child. Police say someone fired several shots ...
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Bargain Shop 2/2/16

BARGAIN SHOP 2/2/16   1810 TAVERN $25.00 GIFT CERTIFICATE TO 1810 TAVERN, 234 BRIDGE STREET, BRIDGEWATER VALUE: $25.00 START BIDDING ...
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Koppel Council Wants To Buy Historic Church To Get Ballfield

Koppel borough council is looking to buy a former church for its baseball field. Council president Tom Vannoy tells Beaver ...
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Federal Investigation Continues Into Amtrak Mishap

Amtrak is trying to figure out what mystery object hit a train in Philadelphia last night, leaving the train with ...
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K-9 Dog Stabbed And Killed By Suspect In Pittsburgh

A suspect and a K-9 dog are both dead after an incident involving police in Wilkinsburg yesterday afternoon. Police say ...
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Two Men Charged In New Sewickley Township Home Burglary

New Sewickley Township police have charged two men in connection with a January 4th burglary of a home off Route ...
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Landlord To Rebuild Leetsdale Chemical Warehouse That Burned Last Year

The owner of a Leetsdale industrial park plans to rebuild a chemical warehouse destroyed in a $10 million fire last ...
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Hiring Freeze In Effect In Beaver County Government

A hiring freeze has been issued for all Beaver County offices. Commissioners Chairwoman Sandie Egley's office confirmed to Beaver County ...
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