Author: Stephanie Hacke


Author examines Civil War letters for Sewickley Valley Historical Society
March 18, 2019
As he cleared out his parents’ Churchill attic following their death nearly a decade ago, Carleton Young found an old wooden box filled with treasures: Letters written by two soldiers from the Civil War.

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Old Economy Village prepares for season
March 13, 2019
Old Economy Village in Ambridge will open for the 2019 season April 3.

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Expert: Fred Rogers’ legacy is ‘up to every community to finish’
March 12, 2019
Junlei Li is an expert in all things Fred Rogers, even though he never met Pittsburgh’s favorite neighbor.

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Quaker Valley prepares to put on a big show with ‘Shrek the Musical’
February 25, 2019
Quaker Valley High School students are getting ready to put on a big show.

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Herald honors Katie Rostek as Emerging Citizen
April 26, 2018
Katie Rostek likes to stay busy. She always is looking for ways to help people. She takes charge. And, she gets things done. Rostek, a

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100 years later, Leet-based Watson Institute remains focused on original mission
December 18, 2017
The Hurt family toured six special education facilities, trying to find a good fit for their son Emmett. As soon as they walked into The

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