College Township

Latest articles

1h
The Alliance Review
Robert William Connerthfrom Alliance, Ohio. Bob's family moved to La Grange Park, Illinois, when he wa
The Alliance Review / Posted an hour ago
from Alliance, Ohio. Bob's family moved to La Grange Park, Illinois, when he was young, and he graduated from Lyons Township High School. Bob attended the College of DuPage and received his Bachelor of Arts degree from North Central College,... Read more
3h
Lapeer Area View
Fourth Annual Robo-Con attracts 1,000 to robotics event | July 27, 2017to build a wiggle-bot at one of the many hands-on stations for visitors. Photo
Lapeer Area View / Posted 3 hours ago
to build a wiggle-bot at one of the many hands-on stations for visitors. Photos by Alex Petrie FIRST often leads to college scholarships and other opportunities. After seeing Lapeer County’s schools making great strides in the field of... Read more
4h
TribLIVE
Devoted Steeler fan ready for campready for camp George Muentzer was 19 the first year he attended the first day
TribLIVE / Posted 4 hours ago
ready for camp George Muentzer was 19 the first year he attended the first day of Steelers training camp at St. Vincent College. It was Chuck Noll's third camp, a season after the team had finished 5-9. As longtime Steelers fans know, “they... Read more
6h
The Morning Call
It's time to worry about more pressing issueselection. The narrative goes that the Trump campaign used sensitive, confidenti
The Morning Call / Posted 6 hours ago
election. The narrative goes that the Trump campaign used sensitive, confidential information to gain an Electoral College victory. The alternate narrative from Trump is that he lost the popular vote because of millions of illegal voters.... Read more
9h
Zero Hedge
Why Illinois Is In Trouble - 63,000 Public Employees With $100,000+ Salaries Cost Taxpayers $10 Billionwe found auto pound supervisors in Chicago making $144,453; nurses at state cor
Zero Hedge / Posted 9 hours ago
we found auto pound supervisors in Chicago making $144,453; nurses at state corrections earning up to $254,781; junior college presidents making $465,420; university doctors earning $1.6 million; and 84 small-town “managers” out-earning every... Read more
14h
Daily Mail
A teen was told to retake yearbook snap after she showed her SHOULDERSa student group dedicated to updating and revising the school's dress code poli
Daily Mail / Posted 14 hours ago
a student group dedicated to updating and revising the school's dress code policy. According to the outlet, Maine Township High School District 207 officials said Tuesday that they are looking into its arrangement with the photo studio and... Read more
15h
Times News
West End newsJackson, Eldred, Ross and Polk Regional Comprehensive Meeting will take place a
Times News / Posted 15 hours ago
Jackson, Eldred, Ross and Polk Regional Comprehensive Meeting will take place at 7 p.m. Thursday at the Chestnuthill Township Municipal Building in Brodheadsville. Saturday picnic St. Matthew’s UCC will hold its 128th annual picnic on... Read more
16h
MLive.com
Student veterans would be protected from sudden school closures under GI Bill updateStudent veterans could keep their housing allowance for up to four months if th
MLive.com / Posted 16 hours ago
Student veterans could keep their housing allowance for up to four months if their college or university closes unexpectedly, under an update to the GI Bill approved this week by the U.S. House of Representatives. Other changes would allow veterans... Read more
16h
Westchester Suburban Life
College notes: Riverside Brookfield grad Kincanon taken in MLB draft, LT's Sam Heilenbach pitches for Whitewater baseballMany student-athletes from Lyons Township, Morton, Nazareth and Riverside Brook
Westchester Suburban Life / Posted 16 hours ago
Many student-athletes from Lyons Township, Morton, Nazareth and Riverside Brookfield have gone on to achieve collegiate athletic success. Here are a few of the spring sports accomplishments for former area high school standouts. RB graduate Kincanon... Read more
1d
TribLIVE
Pine-Richland senior organizes adaptive bike campto catch their breath from running alongside Ortiz as he rode faster and faster
TribLIVE / Posted yesterday
to catch their breath from running alongside Ortiz as he rode faster and faster on the bicycle. Ortiz, 14, of O'Hara Township, was one of 29 individuals with special needs at the high school last week for a bike camp organized and hosted by... Read more
1d
TribLIVE
Attorney: Juror in Seton Hill sexual assault case influenced other panelistsnot disclosing that she worked with rape victims, Ness said. Chai, who was a f
TribLIVE / Posted yesterday
not disclosing that she worked with rape victims, Ness said. Chai, who was a first-year medical student at the Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine at Seton Hill, testified his accuser initially was the aggressor and consented to some sexual... Read more
1d
TribLIVE
Headed to Steelers training camp? Find out what to do at and around St. VincentOnline Only The Steelers will be at the college from July 27 to Aug. 18. The
TribLIVE / Posted yesterday
Online Only The Steelers will be at the college from July 27 to Aug. 18. There are open practices starting at 2:55 p.m. most days, although the players do get a few... Read more
1d
The Suburbanite
Dragon to breathe fire into Balloon Classic and Fireworksfor $5 per car — after 3:30 p.m. both days — is available in the lots of Kent S
The Suburbanite / Posted yesterday
for $5 per car — after 3:30 p.m. both days — is available in the lots of Kent State University at Stark and Stark State College. The popular "Night Glow" of balloons is scheduled to begin at 9:30 p.m. Friday. Fireworks are set for 10 p.m.... Read more
1d
MLive.com
Bills prohibiting non-U.S. citizens from receiving state financial aid 'unnecessary,' critics sayand citizens are already prohibited from receiving state financial aid, but spo
MLive.com / Posted yesterday
and citizens are already prohibited from receiving state financial aid, but sponsoring Rep. John Reilly, R-Oakland Township, says the legislation is needed because "the tendency is, more and more, to allow illegal immigrants to take... Read more
1d
Philly.com
A new generation of Jewish farmers sees a fertile future in South Jerseya Brooklyn couple with New Jersey roots and big dreams, have begun to nurture 5
Philly.com / Posted yesterday
a Brooklyn couple with New Jersey roots and big dreams, have begun to nurture 50 acres along Gershal Avenue in Pittsgrove Township back to productive life. Kleinman seeded two of those acres last spring with a variety of sample crops to figure out... Read more
1d
AllAfrica.com
When the King of Bloemfontein Returned HomeCoca Cola Craven Week and the Under-16 Grant Khomo Week. The two high-profile
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
Coca Cola Craven Week and the Under-16 Grant Khomo Week. The two high-profile age group tournaments were hosted by Grey College, which is situated just five minutes away from the Free State Rugby Stadium, a place which Tsimba called home for... Read more
2d
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
Upper Saucon hires new police chief from within its ranksCENTER VALLEY, Pa. - From within its own rank and file police force, the Upper
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey / Posted 2 days ago
CENTER VALLEY, Pa. - From within its own rank and file police force, the Upper Saucon Township Board of Supervisors Monday agreed to promote one of its own 18-year veteran officers to the position of chief of police effective August 1. Detective... Read more
2d
The Williamsport Sun-Gazette
Drying out: Area handles high rainfall, closed roadsand high temperatures in the low 80s,” said Aaron Tyburski, a meteorologist wit
The Williamsport Sun-Gazette / Posted 2 days ago
and high temperatures in the low 80s,” said Aaron Tyburski, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in State College. He said the drying out will give those whose basements or houses were flood- ed time to get cleaned up without a... Read more
2d
SaukValley.com
Missing teacher's body identifiedveteran served 4 years in the Panama Canal zone and on the USS Midway in the Me
SaukValley.com / Posted 2 days ago
veteran served 4 years in the Panama Canal zone and on the USS Midway in the Mediterranean, and, shortly after finishing college, became an industrial arts teacher, athletic director and a track and wrestling coach for Rock Falls Elementary... Read more
2 related articles
2d
TribLIVE
Police: Greensburg man had coke, crack and painkillers in Jeannetteman accused of using Trafford juveniles as lookouts in vehicle thefts Area uni
TribLIVE / Posted 2 days ago
man accused of using Trafford juveniles as lookouts in vehicle thefts Area universities land on Money magazine 'Best College' list Winning lottery ticket sold in Unity Township PennDOT to make bridge repairs in Ligonier Township You are... Read more
2d
TribLIVE
Westmoreland GOP committee chairman to run for state House seat54th District includes portions of Westmoreland County including Murrysville, U
TribLIVE / Posted 2 days ago
54th District includes portions of Westmoreland County including Murrysville, Upper Burrell, Lower Burrell, Allegheny Township, Export and part of Penn Township. Harrison, Fawn and West Deer in Allegheny County also are part of the... Read more
2d
TribLIVE
Florida man accused of using Trafford juveniles as lookouts in vehicle theftsKistler Monday and ordered held in the county prison after failing to post $25,
TribLIVE / Posted 2 days ago
Kistler Monday and ordered held in the county prison after failing to post $25,000 bond. IUP lands on Money magazine 'Best College' list Winning lottery ticket sold in Unity Township PennDOT to conduct bridge repairs in Ligonier Township Search... Read more
2d
TribLIVE
PennDOT to conduct bridge repairs in Ligonier Township | TribLIVE Obituaries Front Bridgeville Area NewsSewickley HeraldMurrysville
TribLIVE / Posted 2 days ago
| TribLIVE Obituaries Front Bridgeville Area NewsSewickley HeraldMurrysville StarSouth Hills RecordThe HeraldHampton JournalShaler JournalPine Creek JournalTriblive Online Only PennDOT to... Read more
2d
TribLIVE
IUP ranked best college for cost by Money magazineIUP lands on Money magazine 'Best College' list | TribLIVE Obituaries Front B
TribLIVE / Posted 2 days ago
IUP lands on Money magazine 'Best College' list | TribLIVE Obituaries Front Bridgeville Area NewsSewickley HeraldMurrysville StarSouth Hills RecordThe HeraldHampton JournalShaler JournalPine Creek JournalTriblive Online Only IUP lands on Money... Read more
2d
MLive.com
Elementary students can now play tackle football in Saginaw schoolsare asking the district for tackle football for their fifth and sixth grade kid
MLive.com / Posted 2 days ago
are asking the district for tackle football for their fifth and sixth grade kids. "I have a nephew who goes out to Saginaw Township to play tackle football. Freeland has it," Thompson said. "We are behind. It's up to our parents if they want their... Read more
2d
WZZM 13 Grand Rapids
For even faster deliveries, Amazon building distribution centers in Michigan100 people by the fall; a large center in Romulus employing about 1,600 people
WZZM 13 Grand Rapids / Posted 2 days ago
100 people by the fall; a large center in Romulus employing about 1,600 people within a year, and a large center in Shelby Township, which would employ 1,000 people and could receive financial incentives from the state. Amazon opened a small center... Read more
3d
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
Former Mountaineer standout Unger ticketed for Hall of Fameover the next two months in advance of the annual Hall induction banquet on Sep
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 3 days ago
over the next two months in advance of the annual Hall induction banquet on Sept. 24 at Genetti’s Catering, Hazle Township. Call Ron Marchetti at 570-956-1532 for ticket information or information on how to purchase an advertisement for... Read more
3d
The Border Mail
Where’s Wally? Back in Walla of courseTHE Walla Walla Football Club clearly meant a lot to Walter Yangomina during hi
The Border Mail / Posted 3 days ago
THE Walla Walla Football Club clearly meant a lot to Walter Yangomina during his six years at St Paul’s College THE Walla Football Club clearly meant a lot to Walter ‘Wally’ Yangomina during his six years at St Paul’s College. BACK IN TOWN:... Read more
3d
The Williamsport Sun-Gazette
UPMC Susquehanna recognizes exceptional student volunteerby UPMC Susquehanna. MANSFIELD — Mansfield University hosted the annual meetin
The Williamsport Sun-Gazette / Posted 3 days ago
by UPMC Susquehanna. MANSFIELD — Mansfield University hosted the annual meeting of the Council of Public Liberal Arts Colleges ...Loyalsock Township High School students visit EcuadorPenn College hires director of annual giving Angela E.... Read more
3d
Dayton Daily News
Miami U. president to Congress: All students need entrepreneurial skillsalso has regional campuses in Hamilton and Middletown and a Learning Center at
Dayton Daily News / Posted 3 days ago
also has regional campuses in Hamilton and Middletown and a Learning Center at the Voice of America Park in West Chester Township. There are intangible benefits beyond making money for students and recent graduates in adopting an entrepreneurial... Read more
3 related articles
3d
The Hamilton Journal News
Miami U. president to Congress: All students need entrepreneurial skillsalso has regional campuses in Hamilton and Middletown and a Learning Center at
The Hamilton Journal News / Posted 3 days ago
also has regional campuses in Hamilton and Middletown and a Learning Center at the Voice of America Park in West Chester Township. There are intangible benefits beyond making money for students and recent graduates in adopting an entrepreneurial... Read more
3 related articles
3d
Dayton Daily News
MU Prez to Congress: All students need entrepreneurial skillsalso has regional campuses in Hamilton and Middletown and a Learning Center at
Dayton Daily News / Posted 3 days ago
also has regional campuses in Hamilton and Middletown and a Learning Center at the Voice of America Park in West Chester Township. There are intangible benefits beyond making money for students and recent graduates in adopting an entrepreneurial... Read more
3 related articles
3d
The Hamilton Journal News
MU Prez to Congress: All students need entrepreneurial skillsalso has regional campuses in Hamilton and Middletown and a Learning Center at
The Hamilton Journal News / Posted 3 days ago
also has regional campuses in Hamilton and Middletown and a Learning Center at the Voice of America Park in West Chester Township. There are intangible benefits beyond making money for students and recent graduates in adopting an entrepreneurial... Read more
3 related articles
3d
The Daily Jeffersonian
Ohio news in briefblend in with their surroundings are getting mixed reviews from residents. The
The Daily Jeffersonian / Posted 3 days ago
blend in with their surroundings are getting mixed reviews from residents. The Blade reports some residents in Springfield Township have derisively dubbed the towers "frankenpines." Adding branches to the towers in the Toledo suburb wasn't purely... Read more
4d
The Youngstown Vindicator
METRO DIGEST || Missing Howland man found deadHowland man found dead The Trumbull County coroner will conduct an autopsy to
The Youngstown Vindicator / Posted 4 days ago
Howland man found dead The Trumbull County coroner will conduct an autopsy to determine the cause of death of a Howland Township man found inside a box truck he owned, parked in the Eastwood Mall parking lot between Pep Boys and Huntington... Read more
4d
The Morning Call
Multiple restaurants a recipe for success for many Lehigh Valley business ownersa 50-50 chance of surviving five years, said David Schweiger, director of hospi
The Morning Call / Posted 4 days ago
a 50-50 chance of surviving five years, said David Schweiger, director of hospitality management at Northampton Community College. “That’s an industrywide standard.” The statistic is said to be as high as 90 percent failure for restaurants after... Read more
4d
The Hamilton Journal News
Scholarship program gives 4-H youth opportunitiesNext year, Butler County’s 4-H youth will get a chance to go to Washington, D.C
The Hamilton Journal News / Posted 4 days ago
Next year, Butler County’s 4-H youth will get a chance to go to Washington, D.C., or earn a college scholarship because of the upcoming annual Butler County Township Association golf outing. More than 130 scholarships and 140 trips to Washington,... Read more
4d
Detroit Free Press
For even faster deliveries, Amazon building distribution centers in Michigan100 people by the fall; a large center in Romulus employing about 1,600 people
Detroit Free Press / Posted 4 days ago
100 people by the fall; a large center in Romulus employing about 1,600 people within a year, and a large center in Shelby Township, which would employ 1,000 people and could receive financial incentives from the state. Amazon opened a small center... Read more
4d
TribLIVE
Dan Overdorff firmly believes ‘the more art the better’18. In addition to making art, Overdorff works for his family's landscaping bu
TribLIVE / Posted 4 days ago
18. In addition to making art, Overdorff works for his family's landscaping business, Overdorff Nursery in Mt. Pleasant Township, and teaches horticulture and landscape design at Forbes Road Career and Technology Center in Monroeville. He has a... Read more
4d
TribLIVE
Replaced pipe in Ross seems to have fixed flooding issuethat caused major flooding along McKnight Road in mid-June has been replaced an
TribLIVE / Posted 4 days ago
that caused major flooding along McKnight Road in mid-June has been replaced and is fully functional, according to Ross Township officials. But township officials plan to continue taking steps to reduce the chances of a repeat by informing... Read more
4d
The Morning Call
Paterno followers make excuses for himdo we need to continually read about Joe Paterno? Seriously he covered up the b
The Morning Call / Posted 4 days ago
do we need to continually read about Joe Paterno? Seriously he covered up the biggest scandal/tragedy in the history of college athletics. All so he could become the coach with the most wins. Still his followers continue to make excuses for him.... Read more
4d
The Morning Call
Multiple restaurants a recipe for success for many Lehigh Valley business ownersa 50-50 chance of surviving five years, said David Schweiger, director of hospi
The Morning Call / Posted 4 days ago
a 50-50 chance of surviving five years, said David Schweiger, director of hospitality management at Northampton Community College. “That’s an industry-wide standard.” The statistic is said to be as high as 90 percent for restaurants after one... Read more
4d
MLive.com
Basketball players compete in rain at Stop the Silence tournamenton hand to encourage the players. Agencies included the Flint Police Department
MLive.com / Posted 4 days ago
on hand to encourage the players. Agencies included the Flint Police Department, Grand Blanc Police Department, Grand Blanc Township Police Department, Michigan State Police, Genesee County Sheriff and others. Sean Shephard is an officer for the... Read more
4d
The Hamilton Journal News
Lakota East grad earns $200,000 scholarship to PrincetonLakota East High School graduate Paige Bentley has landed one of the largest co
The Hamilton Journal News / Posted 4 days ago
Lakota East High School graduate Paige Bentley has landed one of the largest college scholarships in Lakota’s history. Bentley has earned a $200,000 Army scholarship to Princeton University. Even though she is moving on from Lakota East High School... Read more
4d
Staten Island Advance
Dr. Albert Accettola, 99, noted Island surgeonBernard Accettola, surgeon, father, grandfather, great-grandfather, and "gentle
Staten Island Advance / Posted 4 days ago
Bernard Accettola, surgeon, father, grandfather, great-grandfather, and "gentleman farmer," died in his home in Readington Township, N.J. July 18. Born on Feb. 4, 1918, Dr. Accettola is a 1940 graduate of Wagner College and 1944 graduate of Boston... Read more
5d
Daily Mail
Hundreds attend funeral for young man found buried on farm'He always had a smile on his face': Friends remember 19-year-old college stude
Daily Mail / Posted 5 days ago
'He always had a smile on his face': Friends remember 19-year-old college student who was the first of four victims fatally shot by schizophrenic pot dealer and buried in a farm Hundreds of mourners gathered at the funeral for one of four young men... Read more
9 related articles
5d
TribLIVE
Chartiers Valley youth DeSalle earns spot in futures All-American gamesto Maine. DeSalle excelled at a tryout earlier this year in Harrison City. Pla
TribLIVE / Posted 5 days ago
to Maine. DeSalle excelled at a tryout earlier this year in Harrison City. Players were evaluated by USSSA Pride players, college coaches and National Pro Fastpitch players on their hitting, throwing, fielding, pitching and athleticism. DeSalle... Read more
5d
The Toledo Blade
Accused of fraud, Monclova Township doctor seeks changes in bondmillion in fraudulent Medicare claims sought Friday to modify his bond conditio
The Toledo Blade / Posted 5 days ago
million in fraudulent Medicare claims sought Friday to modify his bond conditions. Dr. Spilios Pappas, 60, of Monclova Township and his fellow defendants face charges filed in U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan. Court... Read more
5d
TribLIVE
Cal U teacher always willing to help studentsBelle Vernon. “But people in the classroom didn't know that I was his daughter.
TribLIVE / Posted 5 days ago
Belle Vernon. “But people in the classroom didn't know that I was his daughter.” Robert T. “Bob” Little, 74, of Rostraver Township died Tuesday, July 18, 2017. He was born Sept. 22, 1942, in North Charleroi to Walter and Helen Molesky... Read more
5d
Springfield News-Sun
Linkin Park cancels tour following death of Chester Benningtonsystems keep coming. Though it’s less than two years old, Butler Tech’s leading
Springfield News-Sun / Posted 5 days ago
systems keep coming. Though it’s less than two years old, Butler Tech’s leading edge Bioscience Center in West Chester Township is already expanding its classroom space for the upcoming 2017-2018 school year. And school officials are moving on... Read more
More

In this news