'The act is a misnomer,' Valley economists react to Inflation Reduction Act
In a statement, President Biden said the bill would "make government work for working families again." But, an independent analysis and local economists project the move will have little immediate impact on inflation.
Takeaways: Abortion backlash in Kansas, Greitens' collapse
In one of the biggest days of this year's primary campaign season, red-state Kansas rejected a measure that would have made it easier to restrict abortion, and voters in Missouri repudiated a scandal-tarred former governor seeking a Senate seat.
Several Valley communities host national police relations event
"You get a better understanding of the police of the job they do," said Shawne Wilfong, Coordinator of Austintown's National Night Out. "People can talk to them and they can even find out about a career in law enforcement."
Grove City community fights potential landfill location proven to be radioactive
A 2016 study found Seneca Landfill by Vogel Holdings was dumping leachate which is radioactive waste into a nearby creek. This means the landfill is considered radioactive and can cause terminal illness for those living nearby.
Wolf sues to stop GOP-backed amendments on abortion, voting
Pennsylvania’s Democratic governor is suing the Legislature over a package of proposed constitutional amendments that Republican lawmakers are pursuing, including one that would say the state constitution does not guarantee any rights relating to abortion or public funding of abortions.
Council approves 20 Federal, city park improvements
Councilwoman Turner voted down a 20 Federal Place ordinance because she said there is no set developer for the project and inquired about the current situation for the building's tenants, who received a letter 2 weeks ago that they must vacate the space.
'Warren is moving forward,' $15 million steel company eyes Warren, could bring jobs and reduce violence
"We would be ludicrous not to open up our arms to a new company coming in," White added. "You want to move your community forward. You don't want to become stagnant because if you become stagnant, you die."
Pennsylvania certifies primary election in 64 of 67 counties
Pennsylvania is certifying the results of primary elections from 64 of 67 counties, leaving out three counties in a growing legal dispute over whether to count mail-in ballots on which the voter didn't handwrite a date.