Mover & Shaker of the Month

An Economics Class Inspired Seneca Valley Seniors to Start Their Own Business, Little Twists 

  Four seniors at Seneca Valley High School took an Economics class that inspired them to embrace their entrepreneurial skills outside the classroom, which led to creating an evolving business venture, Little Twists. As a result, seniors Declan Cygnarowicz, Aidan Drake, Thai Nguyen and Joel Berringer placed first in presentation and second overall at the Westminster […]

Facts from the Farm

June is a “Dairy Delightful” Month  

  By Ron Eichner  Hi folks, June is a busy month in so many ways. First, the school year ends, and there are graduations at every level, which keeps family and friends on the move.                 Interestingly, June 1 is National Milk Day, and June 3 is National Egg Day. Whole eggs are the No. […]



joy that I do when school is out, especially when we hear from our kids, “I’m bored. I have nothing to do.” Or “I don’t want to go to the pool, it’s boring.” Or “I’m hungry, I need a snack!” This drives us moms insane, right? So, then the question arises, how to solve these dilemmas? 

Support Our Troops

Support Our Military by Purchasing Veteran Made Flags 

By: Paula Green  On June 14, the United States celebrates Flag Day. There is a reason why this date has historical meaning.  It turns out that on June 14, 1777, the Second Continental Congress passed a resolution. They decreed that “the flag of the United States would have 13 stripes, alternate red and white, and […]

Cover Stories

Providence Heights Alpha School: Celebrating 96 years of excellence in education

Founded and sponsored by the Sisters of Divine Providence, Providence Heights Alpha School has been dedicated to providing students from PreK to Eighth Grade with an advanced, rigorous, and relevant curriculum in a nurturing and caring environment since 1926.

Samantha’s Story: A High-Risk Pregnancy 

After trying for nearly two years to get pregnant on their own, Samantha and her husband, Stephen, turned to the UPMC Center for Fertility and Reproductive Endocrinology at UPMC Magee-Womens Hospital.  There, she learned she had polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS). Her doctors prescribed medicine to help boost her ovulation. Within a few months, Samantha was […]

A Glimmer of Hope Teams Up to Help Women With Breast Cancer 

By Janice Lane Palko  Someone once said that “An individual can make a difference, but a team can make a miracle.” Diana Napper, the Founder and President of A Glimmer of Hope Foundation, is one individual who has mobilized a team to offer hope and miracles for women with a breast cancer diagnosis. A Glimmer […]

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