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Date: August 26, 2016

  • DASB looks to accept food service resignations
  • Ligonier Twp. planners still debating tweak to nuisance ordinance
  • Attorney wants murder suspect evaluated
  • LV, Mount Pleasant golfers win
  • Resumption of GL-DA series highlights start of football season



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DASB looks to accept food service resignations
By Nick Cammuso
Bulletin Staff Writer

The Derry Area School Board will look to accept the resignations of several food service employees at next week’s regular meeting.

If approved, the resignations of Nicole Wedge, Rick Hafer and Kim Barkley will go into effect immediately. The resignation of another worker, Sandra Zappone, is effective Dec. 31.

(For more details, see today's Bulletin)


Ligonier Twp. planners still debating tweak to nuisance ordinance
By Amy Fauth
Bulletin Staff Writer

Members of the Ligonier Township Planning Commission agree that the current nuisance ordinance is too vague and needs to be updated. They even agree that abandoned motor vehicles need to be a part of that ordinance. However, at least one member of the commission takes issue with some of the language in the proposed in the new ordinance, including the definition of a “junk vehicle.”

In the ordinance, drafted by solicitor Michael Korns, a junk vehicle is defined as a vehicle which either is unable to move under its own power or does not have a valid registration place, valid and current inspection sticker, or has any physical defect itemized in the ordinance.

(For more details, see today's Bulletin)


Attorney wants murder suspect evaluated
By Amy Fauth
Bulletin Staff Writer


The family of a murder victim who have waited two years for the trial of the Laurel Mountain man accused of beating her to death will have to wait a little longer.

Gregory Randall, 60, was in court Thursday for a pretrial conference before Westmoreland County President Judge Richard McCormick. During the proceeding, Randall’s attorney Brian Aston said he wants his client, who reportedly suffered a traumatic brain injury in an automobile crash, to be evaluated by a neuropsychologist to determine whether it left him unable to form a specific intent to commit murder.

(For more details, see today's Bulletin)

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