Rise in temperatures signals increase in mischief 6/2/2004
An increase in the number of incidents of criminal mischief as well as burglaries and thefts in the past few weeks has been noted in the police log published by the Plum Advance Leader.
Board OKs agreement for sign at high school 6/2/2004
In addition to accepting a preliminary version of the 2004-05 budget and voting to keep Plum as a kindergarten through sixth grade school district at the elementary level, Plum Borough School Board al
District to save on utility bills 6/2/2004
Everyone would like to have lower utility bills to pay at the end of every month. Plum Borough School District is no exception.
And, that is where Cost Cutters comes in.
Cost Cutters is an indepen
Organizers finalizing activities 6/2/2004
With less than a month to go until the opening ceremonies, the Plum Community Festival Committee is working to finalizing plans for the festival, which will be held Friday, June 25, and Saturday, June
Initial checkpoint a ‘major success’ 6/2/2004
Vehicles were stopped, information was given out, tests were administered and in some cases suspects were taken in to custody as the initial operation of the Eastern Suburb’s DUI Task Force was conduc
Plum resident earns teaching award 6/2/2004
Maria Franco de Gomez, instructor in Spanish, is the recipient of the 2004 Excellence in Teaching Award for full-time faculty at Penn State New Kensington.
The award recognizes a faculty member’s c
Vacation Bible School slated for June 14 week 6/2/2004
The Holiday Park Church of Christ will have a Vacation Bible School on Monday, June 14, through Friday, June 18, from 7 to 9 p.m. each day. The theme is “Lord, I Lift Your Name on High.” There are cla
Former chief, borough agree to settlement 6/2/2004
Former Plum Police Chief Terry Focareta has agreed with borough officials to accept $510,000 in a settlement of his whistle-blower lawsuit. A federal judge had ruled in October that Focareta had been
Aqua Swim Club accepting family memberships for ’04 6/2/2004
Plum Aqua Swim Club located along Saltsburg Road is accepting 2004 memberships. The pool opened over Memorial Day weekend featuring tubular slides, diving board, baby pool and large pool with a new he