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Date: April 1, 2015

  • Another bridge replacement set at Youngstown Cloverleaf
  • Speedway hearing continued in Unity Twp.
  • Program focuses on health and safety of firefighters
  • Wildcats' bats heat up against Trojans as temps cool off in GL's first-ever night baseball game
  • Trojans dominate Marion Center in exhibition meet



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Another bridge replacement set at Youngstown Cloverleaf
By Sean Meyers
Bulletin Staff Writer

Just when area motorists thought things can’t get much worse as they await for the delayed re-opening of Murphy’s Bridge on Mission Road, Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) delivered some more bad news.

Before Murphy’s Bridge reopens, possibly in late June but most like July, one of the detour routes is going to close.
 

(For more details, see today's Bulletin)


Speedway hearing continued in Unity Twp.
By Chris Ulicne
Bulletin Staff Writer

Numerous residents attended a public hearing Tuesday concerning Speedway’s plan to build a gas station at the intersection of Route 30 and Village Drive at Mountain View in Unity Township, but they will have to wait a little longer to offer comment on the proposal after the Unity Township Zoning Hearing Board decided to continue the hearing.

The board tentatively continued the hearing to 6 p.m. Tuesday, May 12, in order to give the township more time to process a request for documents from Speedway’s attorney, William R. Sittig Jr.

(For more details, see today's Bulletin)


Program focuses on health and safety of firefighters
WINDBER, Pa. (AP) — The heart-attack death of a Somerset volunteer firefighter last month served as a grim reminder of the hidden hazards of an already dangerous job.

Forty-eight-year-old Edward Roddy collapsed while fighting the South Park Avenue blaze on Nov. 5 in Somerset. He died Feb. 22 at a Pittsburgh hospital.

(For more details, see today's Bulletin)

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