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September 2, 2015 RSS feed / Front Page

Local Salvation Army welcomes new corps officer Hughes

During the past few years, the Greenville Salvation Army has seen several changes. More...

Special Sections

Commentary

Greenville Fair organized

The Greenville Fair Association elects officers — good prospects

Greenville Advance Argus Aug. 3, 1899 The Greenville Fair, the newest and best, will be held in Greenville, Sept. 12, 13 and 14. More...

Obituaries

John E. Sernik

John E. Sernik of Greenville, passed away peacefully Aug. 30, 2015, in Pittsburgh at UPMC Presbyterian Hospital. He was 36. More...

SERVICES

KING — Ruth G., 85, of Ohio. A calling hour will be held from 10 to11 a.m. on Thursday, Sept. 3, at the First United Methodist Church, 4506 Elm Ave., Ashtabula, Ohio. A service will be held at 11 a.m. on Thursday, Sept. More...

Sports

Getting that next spot

Lakeview golfers hope to improve on last year’s Region 1-AA second place finish

SANDY LAKE TOWNSHIP — The Lakeview golf team finished second in Region 1-AA last year, and head coach Ralph Sundelin wants to improve on the game through this season, but most importantly, have fun. More...

Greenville runners set goals — big and small

This season, the Greenville cross country team may be a little younger and a little lower in number — at least, on the boys’ side — but coach Kerry Barry believes the Trojans can compete in Region 2. More...

Reimold paces Reynolds golfers to second-place finish at Greenville Mega-Match

HEMPFIELD TOWNSHIP — Reynolds’ Jacob Reimold was the top Record-Argus area golfer, shooting a 77 to take second place individually, while leading the Raiders to second place team finish, with 349, Tuesday at the Greenville Region 1 Mega-M More...

Wolf tries new budget talks tactic: Smaller, quiet meetings

HARRISBURG (AP) — Gov. More...

Mercer Art Collective chooses subject for mural

Group also picks local artist for project

MERCER — Work is set to begin today on a mural that members of the Mercer Art Collective hope will enhance their town, as well as instill a sense of pride in Mercer residents. More...

 

News

Ohio residents lament the removal of McKinley name from an Alaskan peak

NILES, Ohio — President William McKinley’s mark on the town of his birth is hard to miss. More...

Auditor general: School audits will reflect impasse

HARRISBURG (AP) — Pennsylvania audits of its school districts will highlight unscheduled expenses resulting from the state government’s budget impasse now in its third month, Auditor General Eugene DePasquale said Tuesday. More...

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Community

COMMUNITY BRIEFS

Activities at Greenville library The Greenville Area Public Library hosts a variety of activities each month, in addition to the regularly-scheduled programs like PAWS to Read with therapy dogs, retired teachers book club and the adult book club. More...

WAUGH HOUSE OPEN HOUSE

In preparation for a weekend open house, members of the Greenville Area Historical Society hang a sign on the outside of the Waugh House Museum, 23 W. Main St. More...

DUPLICATE BRIDGE

WEST SALEM TOWNSHIP — The Howell Movement was played Aug. 31, when Greenville Duplicate Bridge met for its game in The Keifer Building at St. Paul’s. More...