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Police Look For Greensburg Business Burglars

GREENSBURG (KDKA) – Police are looking for two men who broke into a disaster restoration business in Westmoreland County.

It was under the cover of darkness last weekend when two the thieves hit the Jim Wood’s ServPro business on Ludwick Street in Greensburg. 269 more words

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Concert review: Ace Frehley invades Greensburg

Ace Frehley’s reputation as a rock and roll wildman is well-deserved. The former lead guitarist of KISS is as heralded for his exploits away from the stage as the RnR Hall of Fame-caliber licks he delivers on it. 423 more words

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Local Man Discovers He's Dead When He Files For Social Security Benefits

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Like most Americans, Clark Harr of Latrobe has been paying into social security for his adult life, so when he went to his local social security office in Greensburg to file for benefits, it came as a shock. 610 more words

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Greensburg Celebrating 23rd Annual Holiday Parade

The city of Greensburg will be celebrating the 23rd annual Holiday Parade on Saturday November 22nd at noon.  This annual event has become a staple in the community to officially ring in the holidays season. 127 more words

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SETON HILL UNIVERSITY THEATRE PRESENTS “TARTUFFE” NOVEMBER 14-22


Author: Jennifer Reeger

The Seton Hill University Theatre and Dance Program will present the comedy “Tartuffe” by Molière in a new verse version by Constance Congdon November 14-22 in the William Granger Ryan Theatre, 803 more words

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GREASEPAINT PLAYERS PRESENT FAMILY SHOW “EMMALINA SCROOGE”

Greensburg Civic Theatre’s Greasepaint Players present Steph DeFerie’s holiday comedy “Emmalina Scrooge” December 5 and 6 at Greensburg Garden & Civic Center (951 Old Salem Road, Greensburg, PA 15601).  282 more words

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The Wizards of Oz

Leaving behind the spectacular landscapes of the South West, I crossed the pan-handle of Texas and then of Oklahoma.   In Texas, approaching some 15 miles out from Dalhart,   the smell shifted from rural grasses to acrid.  1,216 more words

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