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Chief Amann to retire from Northern Regional Police Dept. after 44 years on the job
November 14, 2019
After 44 years with the Northern Regional Police Department, Chief T. Robert Amann is retiring at the end of the month.

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Students engaged in RAMS Way initiative
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November 14, 2019
Pine-Richland High School students and staff have been engaged in an intentional and preventative approach to promoting a positive school climate. The initiative is entitled RAMS Way and it spells a common set of behavioral expectations, which is being shared across the district and includes: Respectful, Accountable, Motivated & Safe. Students are learning what these […]

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Veterans share insightful stories with students
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November 14, 2019
Eden Hall Upper Elementary School honored veterans on November 11, 2019. Staff, students, and parents invited veterans to speak about their experiences under the direction of Counselor Brad-Leigh Coker and EHUE PTO Representative Yvonne Balouris. Some of the speakers included Veteran Rob Wilig, who spoke about his service of 21 years in the army. He […]

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Pine-Richland students bring studies to life
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November 8, 2019
Students in teacher Jennifer Fink’s Honors English 12 class celebrated Mead Hall Day on Oct. 12. “The Honors English 12 students study the Anglo-Saxon unit,” explained Ms. Fink. “During this unit, we learned the importance of the mead hall as the community center where the thanes (important warriors) and the king met for important meetings, […]

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Eagle Scout project restores 200-year-old Pine cemetery where township founder resides
November 7, 2019
John Hoffman, III didn’t want to put a bench somewhere and call it his Eagle Scout project.

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Pine-Richland School District sets Kindergarten enrollment
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November 7, 2019
(Gibsonia, PA) Pine-Richland School District is scheduling kindergarten enrollment for March at the Pine-Richland School District Administrative Offices, which are located at 702 Warrendale Road in Gibsonia from 8 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. on the following dates for the following schools: Hance Elementary School – Monday, March 9, 2020 Richland Elementary School – Tuesday, March […]

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Neighbors petition Pine officials to take action on ‘deplorable’ conditions of property
November 7, 2019
Dale Riley is tired of living next to a vacant property he said is in “deplorable” condition and presented a petition signed by neighbors of the property at 5028 Bakerstown Road in Pine Township requesting that officials take action.

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Hance Elementary School makes connection from heart to curriculum
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November 6, 2019
Students at Hance Elementary School are supporting our troops this holiday season. Under the direction of Ilene Greenblatt, students and staff members are donating to the “Boucek’s Battalion” project, which involves the entire school donating supplies for soldiers – everything from playing cards to tissues and chapstick. Boucek’s Battalion is a non-profit organization dedicated to […]

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Republicans have clean sweep in Pine supervisors election
November 6, 2019
Republicans Pat Avolio, Jack Donahue, and Ryan Colombo took the top three places in the Pine Township supervisors race on Nov. 5.

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North Park site of 11th Annual Sakura Fall Tree Planting day
November 4, 2019
Volunteers came to North Park on Nov. 2 to help improve the eco-system by planting trees, mulching, weeding, and installing deer protectors. To learn more about the organization or to get involved in future projects, go to pghsakuraproject.org.

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