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October 21, 2017

Ringgold approves hirings, purchases

August 4, 2016

By KRISTIE LINDEN klinden@yourmvi.com Ringgold School Board members held a special meeting Wednesday night to make purchases, fill several positions and approve a policy revision. The district will spend $335,880 on four, 72-passenger school buses […]

Fundraiser memorial to ‘special lady’

August 4, 2016

By KRISTIE LINDEN klinden@yourmvi.com “It’s not hard to be a nice person. Seriously. Try it,” 19-year-old Kaitlyn Greco of Carroll Township wrote in a social media post about a month before her death last year. […]

Mitch Steen called one-of-a-kind man

August 4, 2016

By RON PAGLIA For the Mon Valley Independent For most people, Sunday will pass quietly – that is, in terms of sentimentality. For those who were privileged to know Ralph Mitchell Steen, however, Sunday will […]

Pickleball on way to Valley

August 4, 2016

By JUSTIN CRIADO jcriado@yourmvi.com Pickleball will be the next big sport to hit the Mon Valley if Fran Hicks has anything to do with it. Hicks, 74, of Forward Township hopes to bring the quirky […]

Monessen mom advocates for music

August 3, 2016

By STACY WOLFORD swolford@yourmvi.com Proud Monessen School District band parent Rose Dubreucq wants to ensure all children are given the support needed to learn how to play musical instruments. Speaking at a Monessen School Board […]

Mother charged after child found by mayor

August 3, 2016

By STACY WOLFORD swolford@yourmvi.com A Monessen mother is in jail on child endangerment charges after the city’s mayor found her 4-year-old son sobbing and nearly naked in the middle of the street. Tosha Rae Arnold, […]

Mayor dealing with railroad issues in Roscoe

August 3, 2016

By GREG REINBOLD greinbold@yourmvi.com Roscoe residents have voiced concerns to Mayor Tom Wilkinson about two issues stemming from the Norfolk Southern railroad tracks that bisect the borough. Now, Wilkinson is asking residents to contact the […]

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