It’s a clean slate for the former Jeannette Glass site with nearly all of the demolition and remediation work completed on schedule.
Westmoreland County Industrial Development Corp. director Jason Rigone said Monday the $6 million project is 99 percent finished and he expects the remaining work to wrap up this weekend.
Source: Demolition work ’99 percent’ complete at former Jeannette Glass site | TribLIVE
Rostraver Police have charged a Jeannette man who was involved in a hit-and-run crash in the township earlier this month with possession of a stolen handgun.
Police say the gun was found after a vehicle driven by 22-year-old Martell Crosby was impounded.
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A longtime Jeannette chiropractor is retiring from practice and selling the house where his office has been located since 1974.
John R. Dent, 68, of Greensburg said he expects to close the business, located at 6 Beaver Road, in the next couple weeks. Tentative closing date for the sale is July 26.
Current patients who are looking for records or referrals should call the office at 724-523-4856 or his cellphone at 724-875-6929.
Source: Chiropractor John Dent closing business, selling office | TribLIVE
A pedestrian was fatally struck by a train in Jeannette late Friday night.
Source: Pedestrian Struck, Killed By Train In Jeannette
Westmoreland County detectives this week charged the former bookkeeper of a Jeannette electrical contracting firm with embezzling more than $76,800.
Staci E. Cantor, 48, of Jeannette, is charged with nine counts of theft, two counts of access device fraud and one count of forgery in connection with the alleged thefts from Atlas Electrical Contracting Inc.
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A Westmoreland County judge ruled Tuesday in favor of the county’s land bank to close a 50-foot unused road at the rear of the former Monsour Medical Center property in Jeannette, a decision that inches forward plans for a proposed retail development at the site.
Source: Monsour development can proceed after closure of ‘paper alley’ in Jeannette | TribLIVE