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RADANOVICH, Branko "Bunny"

Branko "Bunny" Radanovich, 90, of Huber Heights, Ohio, passed away peacefully Saturday, November 12, 2022. Born October 12, 1932, in Aliquippa, Pennsylvania, he was a son of the late Nikola and Minnie (Suder) Radanovich. Bunny attended Aliquippa High School and served in the United States Army in Korea. After his military service, he lived on The Terrace and worked for 20 years at J&L Steelworks in Aliquippa. Then, he and his family moved to Elida, Ohio, where he spent 20 years at Ford's Eng ... Read more

Touring the Historic Harmony Museum and Log Cabins

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Butler Contracting Company Pleads Guilty to OSHA Violation t

PITTSBURGH - A Butler County-based company pleaded guilty in federal court to willfully violating an OSHA regulation that resulted in the death of a worker, Acting United States Attorney Stephen R. Kaufman announced today.

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Two Leaders in the HVACR and Building Science Fields Join Fo

The HVACR industry is faced with a labor shortage, rapidly changing technology, and the emerging challenge of building electrification. With that in mind, Daikin, a manufacturer of HVACR (heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration) equ ... Read more

Ohio Rocks! Hit songs from legendary Ohioans - 'The Pink Panther Theme'

None other than Henry Mancini was born in Cleveland, Ohio. He was born in our state on April 16th, 1924. Soon after his birth, his family moved to West Aliquippa, Pennsylvania, where he would be raised.

I could do the standard thing that I usually do with these articles, and tell you Mancini’s story (of his life). But, to do that, this piece would take an hour for you all to read on your phones. Mancini has been acknowledged as one of the greatest composers in American and television film history, and his accomplishments are vast ... Read more

How Democratic U.S. Rep-elect Chris Deluzio assembled a coal

In a race that the non-partisan Cook Political Report called a “Democrat Toss Up,” University of Pittsburgh professor Chris Deluzio won Pennsylvania’s 17th Congressional District by an unexpected 6 percentage points on Election Day, outperformi ... Read more

Berkeley County Sheriff’s Office: Pedestrians struck, inju

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — Two construction workers were injured when a vehicle ran off the road and hit them Wednesday near the Poor House Farm Park.

The Berkeley County Sheriff’s Office said at just before 5 p.m. Wednesday, law enforceme ... Read more

Meet The Scheelers

Few people embody a Maryland family like Don and Laura Scheeler do.

Both sets of their parents were Terps who met at Maryland. Don and Laura met on campus as well. The couple's two children, Michael and Natalie, also attended Maryland. M ... Read more