Five candidates vie for judge seats | Local News - Sharonherald
MERCER – Five candidates are vying for two vacant judge seats in Mercer County Court of Common Pleas in the May 21 primary.
Election May 2019: Ronald Amrhein - WKBN.com
Ronald Amrhein is running for Mercer County Common Pleas Judge.
Schaller commended for work in STEAM afterschool programs - Sharonherald
HERMITAGE — The after-school curriculum in Mercer County's 21st Century Community Learning Center isn't the typical classroom environment.
Attorney announces run for judge | Mercer - Sharonherald
MERCER – Attorney Ronald Amrhein is highlighting his preparedness as he runs for Mercer County Court of Common Pleas judge.
Study: Penn State Shenango contributes $19.4 million to PA economy - Penn State News
Penn State Shenango contributed $19.4 million to the Pennsylvania economy in FY 2017, and supported, directly and indirectly, 253 Pennsylvania jobs. A new ...
10 districts, career center to benefit from STEM grant - Sharonherald
United Way of Mercer County will receive a $327000 state grant to boost educational opportunities for local students.
STEM, computer science enhancement in Pa. schools gets nearly $10M in grants - PennLive
Gov. Tom Wolf previously announced a $442000 grant to the Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation to expand its computer science/STEM lending libraries in western ...
Harkulich declares candidacy in Farrell mayoral race - Sharonherald
FARRELL – There is competition for the city's Democratic mayoral race.
Strimbu Memorial Fund distributes $148,000 in grants | News, Sports, Jobs - Warren Tribune Chronicle
SHARON, Pa. — The board of directors of the Strimbu Memorial Fund at its recent 30th annual gift giving meeting approved dispersing $148087 to local econ.
Strimbu Memorial Fund Gives $148K in Grants - businessjournaldaily.com
SHARON, Pa. – The Strimbu Memorial Fund awarded $148,087 to 23 local organizations at the fund's 30th Annual Gift Giving Meeting Dec. 20 at the ...
Couple retires from Pa. Blind Association | Local News - Sharonherald
HERMITAGE — When Jonathan Fister and Ann Peterson started working — on the same day, July 10, 1978 — at the Mercer County Blind Association, they ...
Sharon High Alumni Hall to induct new class - Sharonherald
SHARON – Eight distinguished Sharon High School alumni will be inducted into the Alumni Hall of Fame this weekend.
Companies Embody United Way's Giving Spirit - businessjournaldaily.com
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – For 14 years, pre-K students in Mercer County have spent their summers in the local United Way's Success By 6 enrichment program.
Camp introduces students to STEAM careers | News - Sharonherald
HERMITAGE— A robot about the size of a quarter was one of the stars at this week's STEAM Career Camp.
Auction night to benefit United Way of Mercer Coiunty, Greenville Chamber of Commerce - Sharonherald
GREENVILLE – The United Way of Mercer County and the Greenville Area Chamber of Commerce will jointly host a benefit auction at 6 p.m. Friday in the ...
Feeney believes service is his duty | News - Sharonherald
Henry Evans taught James Feeney two important lessons. First, that community *service* is the responsibility of any business leader. And second, that you should ...
ROAR presents some serious fun | News - Sharonherald
HERMITAGE — Mercer County Coalition for Drug Awareness held a day of activities Saturday in Buhl Park to help people suffering from addiction get the ...
Lord of the wings | News - Sharonherald
SHARON – Rachel and Chad Schrader spent Thursday night sampling a variety of wings at the 10th Annual United Way Wing King Cook-Off.
Andrejchak leaving Sharon for Butler County post | Local News - Sharonherald
SHARON – Sharon council has to replace the city's chief executive. City Manager Scott Andrejchak has taken a new job with Butler County.
Buhl rec center under new direction | Sports - Sharonherald
SHARON — There's a new director and potentially new direction at the Buhl Community Recreation Center, but the purpose of the 113-year old agency will ...
CHRONOLOGY: 2015, the year in review | Local News - The Herald
JANUARY. 1 – A hundred or so daredevils brave the elements to jump into the Shenango River at the annual Shenango Polar Bear Plunge. 1 – Sharon ...