Bradford Woods, Pine, Richland and Marshall Townships did it to form the Northern Regional Police Department, and now the folks in Seven Fields and Evans City are going down the merger path.
It’s the 45th anniversary of the cult classic, “Night of the Living Dead.” Russ Streiner as Johnny and Judith O’Dea as his sister, Barbara, returned to the Evans City cemetery where a scene was shot.
There are new details about a deadly crash involving a freight train and bus last month in Butler County.
A train and a BART bus have collided in Evans City, and several people are injured.
A community came together this weekend to help a family that lost their home in a fire.
A Butler County man is in jail and facing charges in connection with allegedly trying to arrange a sexual encounter with a 13-year-old girl.
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission estimates that there are about 500 dishwasher fires in the country every year.
Firefighters worked to put out a fire at a mobile home in Evans City Friday morning.
Police are still looking for a suspect and the missing rifle that may have been used to kill a Butler County man Saturday.
The body of 45-year-old Robert Charles Gaurrich was found in an auto repair shop in Forward Township Friday night.
Loved ones said goodbye to a local soldier who was killed in Afghanistan. Staff Sgt. Eric Holman, of Evans City, was laid to rest Monday with full military honors. Holman volunteered for one of the most dangerous jobs in Afghanistan – defusing improvised explosive devices. One of those explosions took the 39-year-old’s life.
A father is in mourning following the death of his son in Afghanistan. He is remembering the local soldier as a brave and patriotic man who was a good son and father.
A utility pole split, started a brush fire and knocked out power for 500 Penn Power customers in Butler County. It happened along Route 68 in Evans City.
A woman from Evans City paid a hefty fine for doing what she thought was a good deed. It all started when the baby bear, weighing just ten pounds, was picked up by the scruff by a dog and taken from the woods.
Reed Soergel of Soergel’s Orchard and Family Farm in Wexford estimates only about 30 percent of the apples in his orchard survived the snap.