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Date: July 22, 2014

  • Derry Twp. man accused of assault arrested Monday
  • Author Katherine Valentine to speak of miracles at Magnificat event
  • County prison to soon begin using video visitations
  • Beech Creek eliminates Unity Twp. Legion from Region 7 Tournament
  • Steelers set to report to SVC for training camp



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Derry Twp. man accused of assault arrested Monday
By Nick Cammuso
Bulletin Staff Writer

A Derry Township man accused of severely beating a woman over a five-day period has been arrested.

In a police affidavit filed by Tpr. Christopher Cole with Magisterial District Judge Mark J. Bilik, James Clarence Lang Jr., 56, 135 M & B Place, threatened to kill the woman in the same fashion his daughter was murdered seven years earlier.

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Author Katherine Valentine to speak of miracles at Magnificat event
BY MARYANN GOGNIAT EIDEMILLER
For The Bulletin


Saturday morning's Magnificat breakfast will feature Katherine Valentine's testimonial, “I Believe in Miracles.”

It's a topic that comes easily to her because, she said, “I'm a living miracle. I should have died twice. Two times, I came to a hair's breadth of dying. The first time was in 1981 when I was sent home to die of cancer. The second time was last July when I had E. coli and my body was crashing.”

(For more details, see today's Bulletin)


County prison to soon begin using video visitations
By Nick Cammuso
Bulletin Staff Writer

Westmoreland County Prison will debut video visitations next month, a service that warden John Walton feels could potentially prove beneficial to inmates, their families and the county’s bottom line.

Walton outlined the plan at Monday’s prison board meeting, which will allow prisoners’ families to purchase 25 minutes of video visitation time for $15.

(For more details, see today's Bulletin)

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