Liberty festival offers a taste of fall

September 14, 2019

By JEFF STITT jstitt@yourmvi.com The Volunteer Fireman’s Association of Liberty borough is ushering in the autumn season this weekend. The annual Liberty Fall Festival kicked off Friday night and will continue from 5 to 10 […]

Online absentee ballot site to start Monday

September 14, 2019

By TAYLOR BROWN tbrown@yourmvi.com A new option for absentee voting will launch Monday, making the process easier for voters and area county election officers.  As part of Gov. Tom Wolf’s plan to make voting more […]

Empty mall awaits demolition

September 14, 2019

By eric seiverling eseiverling@yourmvi.com Once a majestic, bustling shopping destination that brought thousands of people to the South Hills and West Mifflin, Century III Mall now resembles a ghost town.  Wooden boards cover glass doors, […]

MVI announces hirings, promotions

September 14, 2019

By the MV Independent Mon Valley Independent Managing Editor Stacy Wolford has announced several new additions to the newspaper staff and one promotion. Joining the editorial staff are reporters Emily Bennett DiLullo, Christine Haines and […]

Nine-year-old raises money to benefit the Bag Brigade

September 14, 2019

By EMILY BENNETT DILULLO ebennett@yourmvi.com A Belle Vernon nonprofit that provides students with access to free weekend food has received a donation from its youngest contributor to date. Nine-year-old Addyson Newman makes lemonade and bakes […]

Chamber honors community leaders

September 13, 2019

By JEFF STITT jstitt@yourmvi.com A few Mid-Mon Valley business owners were in the spotlight Thursday as they were honored at the Mon Valley Regional Chamber of Commerce’s annual awards banquet. In a ceremony at Anthony […]

Monessen rat problem detailed

September 13, 2019

By EMILY BENNETT DILULLO ebennett@yourmvi.com Residents of Aliquippa Avenue approached Monessen council Thursday night for help with a rat and rodent infestation. At least eight residents and neighbors were present to speak their piece about […]

Donora still in the market for borough manager

September 13, 2019

By KRISTIE LINDEN klinden@yourmvi.com Donora is once again looking for a new borough administrator. Council voted to hire Jerad Cypher of East Washington during last week’s special meeting, but Cypher has since turned down the […]

Body discovered in Renziehausen Park

September 13, 2019

By Eric Seiverling eseiverling@yourmvi.com Two people are in custody and Allegheny County homicide detectives are looking for a third person after a woman was found dead in McKeesport’s Renziehausen Park Thursday morning. McKeesport police and […]

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