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Date: April 25, 2017

  • Latrobe council considers options for safety on Irving Avenue
  • Hope marches on: Latrobe Relay for Life set June 3-4
  • No one hurt when van, truck collide in Latrobe
  • GL drops girls' lacrosse section game to Shady Side Academy
  • Norwin hands Lady 'Cats fourth straight defeat in girls' softball



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Latrobe council considers options for safety on Irving Avenue
By Chris Ulicne
Assistant Editor

On the heels of the Latrobe-GLSD Parks and Recreation Commissionís decision to move ahead with plans for a new dek hockey arena on Irving Avenue, Latrobe City Council on Monday night considered ways it might mitigate the impact of the new facility on traffic and pedestrian safety nearby.

Latrobe Mayor Rosie Wolford told concerned residents at the commissionís meeting last Thursday that the city was investigating its options for encouraging motorists to slow down and use caution when traveling on Irving Avenue after numerous residents expressed fears about vehicles moving too quickly through the area or ignoring stop signs and putting pedestrians ó especially children ó at risk of being hit.

(For more details, see today's Bulletin)


Hope marches on: Latrobe Relay for Life set June 3-4
By Chris Ulicne
Assistant Editor

If you need a reminder of how much people can accomplish when they band together to support a worthy cause, just look to your local Relay for Life for a prime example.

Relay for Life of Latrobe has been fighting the good fight for more than two decades, and the annual event raises thousands of dollars every year to support cancer patients and survivors, as well as the research that helps medical professionals provide hope for these brave souls and their friends and families in the form of life-saving treatments.

(For more details, see today's Bulletin)


No one hurt when van, truck collide in Latrobe
By Nick Cammuso
Bulletin Staff Writer

No one was hurt after a minivan and hauling truck were involved in a minor accident in downtown Latrobe on Monday morning.

The driver of the Toyota minivan, who did not provide her name, said she was driving behind the truck just after 9 a.m. While attempting to turn from East Harrison Avenue onto Ligonier Street, she tried to pass the truck, she said, and instead collided with the vehicle.

(For more details, see today's Bulletin)

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