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Sustainability students continue working in Millvale with new sustainable park
Sustainability students continue working in Millvale with new sustainable park
Will Emmons February 1, 2024

About three miles away from Pittsburgh lies the borough of Millvale. This small, historic town has been the focus of sustainable efforts for...

Debbie Stueber
Holocaust speaker keeps her parents' stories alive
December 22, 2023

Due to the amount of time that has passed since the Holocaust, many survivors are no longer with us, making first-hand accounts of the Holocaust...

The Search for Bigfoot at the Albatwitch Day Festival
The Search for Bigfoot at the Albatwitch Day Festival
October 30, 2023

It was a dreary day on the banks of the Susquehanna river, yet hundreds of people flocked to the quaint river-side town of Columbia, Pennsylvania...

School lockers: A plummet from popularity
School lockers: A plummet from popularity
September 29, 2023

Lockers have been a staple of any high school for decades, but this seemingly essential part of student life is now facing a considerable decline...

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Mr. Balsomico and the visiting college students from Japan
Shaler Area welcomed in six foreign exchange students from Japan
Joey Duty December 19, 2023

In the week following Thanksgiving break, six Japanese college students from Kyoto, Japan came to Shaler Area. These students...

Sam Himrod attempts a layup in the Titans’ 73-71 victory over Chartiers Valley in the First Round of the WPIAL Playoffs.
Boys basketball team grinds out playoff wins to reach WPIAL Semifinals
Matt Purucker and Brady McGuire February 26, 2024

Boys Basketball 2/19 In the first round of the WPIAL Playoffs, boys basketball pulled out a narrow victory over Chartiers Valley, 73-71. Chartiers...

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