In Midland, Beaver County, where the Pennsylvania Cyber Charter School is based, news spread quickly Friday about Nick Trombetta’s indictment.
After an FBI raid and a grand jury investigation, this week the PA Cyber Charter School Board fired four key administrators and its attorney. But its new attorney, Robert Stewart, says the events are unrelated.
Like a Phoenix from the ashes, Midland, Beaver County, rose from rusty hulks of the Crucible Steel Mill into a vibrant community. People there credit PA Cyber and its founder, Nick Trombetta.
The man who created a cyber school empire in Pennsylvania is now being investigated by the FBI. Agents raided the PA Cyber Charter School office of Nick Trombetta.
When funding for a summer program was eliminated, 12 teachers said they’ll teach the 4-week camp for free.
MIDLAND (KDKA) — Things were returning to normal in two Beaver County communities hit hard by snow. Rodney Marshall, with the New Brighton Street Department, was completing a 17-hour shift. “Getting hungry more than tired,” […]
Kenzie Palmer, who recently performed on American Idol, joined Rose and Paul this afternoon on the KDKA Radio afternoon news. Palmer is a sophomore at the Lincoln Park Performing Arts Charter School in Midland.