Serving the area since 1947
FR students return to class today
Agreement reached between GS Board and administrator
P-T continues to lobby for changes in Plan Con and prevailing wage
Over 10,000 show love and support by signing “WE ARE FR” Banner
Murrysville announces curbside leaf collections
DEP reminds Pennsylvanians to “Pick it up” during Earth Month
Heartbreak at FR
- High school stabbings draw national attention
Being prepared for the “unthinkable”
Support shown for FR community
Counseling services offered at Cornerstone Ministries
Trafford residents view maps of proposed sewer project
Lantz named to Delmont Council
Murrysville closes hearing on rezoning
April 9 was a sad day for this community and the Penn-Franklin News.
Since 1947 thousands of pages of print in this newspaper have told the stories of Franklin Regional students and their many accomplishments in academics, athletics and the arts. Honor rolls, award ceremonies, graduations, musical productions and countless other articles have focused on district students.
While not all stories have been positive, nothing compares to the sadness we feel for the students and families touched by the tragic event of last Wednesday.
In future issues of this newspaper the headlines and feature stories will again be about the students who have accomplished so much.
Today we want all Franklin students to know we support them as they go back to school.
Seniors perform in final weekend of “Shrek the Musical”
Council action will put drilling ordinance on “pending” status
Start of Penn-Trafford High School building project moved back to July
Egg hunts this weekend
MOS Youth Ministry to present 20th Annual Living Stations of the Cross
FR fifth grades to present “Bebop with Aesop”
PTARC Board gives director $250 per month in lieu of medical insurance
Trafford hires administrative assistant
FR Thespians to produce “The Curious Savage”
Export residents asked for opinion on open burning
PennDOT to upgrade traffic signals in Rt. 22 corridor
Trafford to try again to renovate Fairmont Playground
TMS: Down a Rabbit Hole
Trafford to apply for grant for sewer project