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January 21, 2018

Monessen salt supplies low

January 1, 2018

By KAYLIE MOORE kmoore@yourmvi.com Despite rumors that the city ran out of salt over the weekend, Monessen Councilman Ron Chiaravalle said supplies were low, but not depleted. Following a storm that saw more than six […]

North Charleroi blaze leaves families displaced

January 1, 2018

By Kristie Linden klinden@yourmvi.com Area residents are pulling together to help those displaced by an early morning fire in North Charleroi Sunday. Firefighters were called to a fire in an apartment building in the 600 […]

Ringgold, teachers’ deal possible

December 21, 2017

By Kristie Linden klinden@yourmvi.com After a long, sometimes-tense negotiation process, Ringgold teachers have a tentative contract. According to Ringgold Education Association President Maria Degnan and the school board’s lead negotiator Bill Stein, a tentative agreement […]

Monessen coke plant owner settles for $1.8M

December 21, 2017

By Kaylie Moore kmoore@yourmvi.com ArcelorMittal agreed to pay $1.8 million in a settlement for air quality violations at its Monessen coke plant. PennEnvironment announced Wednesday that the settlement is believed to be the largest citizen […]

Stein back on Ringgold board

December 7, 2017

By KRISTIE LINDEN klinden@yourmvi.com Bill Stein will remain a Ringgold School Board member despite losing the election last month. In a move that was met with boos from the audience, the board appointed Stein to […]

Forward Township dumps Bunola Fire Co.

December 7, 2017

By Taylor Brown tbrown@yourmvi.com Legal aspects of an altercation involving five Bunola firefighters have been resolved, but the department will no longer be recognized by Forward Township. A Nov. 27 letter Solicitor Matthew Racunas sent […]

Rostraver set to go another year with no tax hike

December 7, 2017

By KAYLIE MOORE kmoore@yourmvi.com Rostraver Township commissioners posted a proposed 2018 general fund budget Wednesday, but more than 100 people attended the meeting for another reason. One man who did not want to be identified […]

White Oak Rotarians build ramp to benefit woman, 100

December 7, 2017

By JEFF STITT jstitt@yourmvi.com Several White Oak Rotary Club members improved mobility for a 100-year-old North Versailles woman. Until several months ago, Mary Gatto was constantly on the go. However, she now often requires the […]

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