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Route 19 paving in Marshall Township begins today

June 25, 2018 ~ Access McCandless Staff Weekday and weeknight milling and resurfacing work on Route 19 in Marshall Township will begin today as part of a $9.49 million project to improve  concrete curb ramp installation, base repairs, concrete pavement rehabilitation, guiderail improvements, signage upgrades, signal work, pavement marking installation, and other miscellaneous construction. Weekday and weeknight single-lane restrictions will ...

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Residents concerned over a proposed new Sheetz facility want Town Council to deny change to zoning ordinance

June 12, 2018 ~Access McCandless Staff A group of residents near the proposed new Sheetz location at Perry Hwy. & Montclair Ave. are circulating a petition to stop construction of the new facility by asking Town Council to deny a requested zoning change. Sheetz is asking Town Council to change the ordinance to allow the old location (nearly across the ...

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Emails reveal internal struggle over North Allegheny security consultant’s Facebook posts

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Newly released emails, among close to 1,000 provided by the district in response to a Right-to-Know request by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, shed light on officials’ behind-the-scenes deliberations on how to respond to backlash over the Facebook posts.   Matt McKinney with the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette traces the timeline that played out in late March 2018 between North Allegheny, INPAX, and members ...

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NA graduate is a keynote speaker in the Sewickley Memorial Day parade

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Wexford-based coffee business helping support veterans

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Dave and Buster’s part of continued development along McKnight Rd

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World Mission Society Church of God victims of false social media rumors, but local residents say they have cause for concern

May 23, 2018 ~ Access McCandless Staff A few days ago one of our admins shared a post from another local page that has been making the rounds on Facebook.  The post claims that someone who was part of the “God the Mother” group aggressively approached the woman in a parking lot and asserted that the group “tries to lure ...

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Ross Twp proposed deer feeding ordinance getting mixed review among neighbors

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Notes from the Town Council May Regular Business Meeting

Julia Felton, Staff Writer May 21, 2018 ~ McCandless Town Council ratified movements to permit a school resource officer in North Allegheny school district and rescind specific “No Parking” zones.  They also recognized their finance assistant’s retirement. Council voted unanimously in favor of the ordinance authorizing a school resource officer for North Allegheny schools. No one from the board or ...

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Rep. Turzai sponsors June 2 shred event to help cut risk of identity theft

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