Westmoreland Notables: Longtime military man helps veterans

Tribune-Review--After a nearly 20-year Air Force career that took him all over the world, Matt Zamosky returned to Westmoreland County looking for a job.  Read on...

United Way social service 2-1-1 hotline to add app, texting in foreign languages

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette--A social service hotline is going to add a mobile app, more texting capabilities in foreign languages and additional partnerships with other organizations to help connect people in need.  Read on...

Healthcare advocacy groups oppose effort to add Medicaid work requirement

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette--Demo­cratic Gov. Tom Wolf scrapped his pre­de­ces­sor’s health plan in fa­vor of a Med­ic­aid ex­pan­sion when he took over as Penn­syl­va­nia gov­er­nor in 2015. But now a Med­ic­aid plan with fea­tures of for­mer Re­pub­li­can Gov. Tom Cor­bett’s Healthy PA — in­clud­ing a work re­quire­ment — could be­come law un­der Mr. Wolf.  Read on...

2017 PFLAG Picnic flyer

PFLAG Greensburg (parents and friends of lesbians and gays) picnic

Sunday, August 20, 2017, 2-6PM
Hempfield Park Greensburg Pavillion E from . 
Members of the LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning community), friends, supporters and advocates  are invited.

Donated personal hygiene items for the Welcome Home Shelter in Greensburg will be collected. 
Please see flyer for more information.

Former Pirates play ball with disabled athletes

Tribune-Review--Miracles — in all shapes and sizes — came to the Bill Mazeroski Miracle League Field in Murrysville Community Park this weekend.  Read on...

Senate bill would impose minimum standards on homes for recovering addicts

No one knows just how many recovery houses do business in Pennsylvania by lodging a steady stream of recent drug and alcohol addicts.  Read on...

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