LOC 0409 Photo by J.W. Johnson Jr. Renovations were recently completed on the second phase of work at the Seven Fields Community Center.
Photo by J.W. Johnson Jr.Officials and residents review plans for the Route 228 Gateway Project on Thursday at the Cranberry Township Municipal Building.
Photos by Alexandria Mansfield.Weaver Homes offers a variety of security packages, including outdoor cameras and motion detectors, through Guardian Protection Services.
Photo by Alexandria Mansfield. CUTLINE: Gary Sarti, a Weaver Homes sales consultant, demonstrates the security system in one of the model homes.
Slippery Rock University's Student Government Association raised around $900 in sales of bowls crafted by members of Slipper Rock University Potter's Guild. The event promotes awareness of food insecurity issues facing many Americans.
Brian Bernhardt, 23, sips soup out of his new bowl at Friday's Empty Bowls event.
Slippery Rock sophmore Martha Dunkelberger, 19, serves up senior Jake Cribbs, 21, at Friday's Empty Bowls benefit.
Slippery Rock junior Gabriella McAdams, 21, selectively picks her bowl at Friday's Empty Bowls event. The soup dinner promotes awareness for food insecurity issues on college campuses.
Slippery Rock junior Gabriella McAdams(left), 21, and Peter Shipe, 21, choose their favorite bowl at Friday's Empty Bowls event put on by the Student Government Association. The soup dinner is to promote food insecurities on college campuses.