by Carol Whelan Now that our long winter hibernation is behind us it’s time to rekindle those friendships we have missed while hiding under covers parked in front of our fireplaces and televisions. Although following one another on Facebook, twitter,
By Cathi Gerhard with Jarod Trunzo, LCRP Executive Director Like many local families, mine has a multi-generational history of forefathers participating in the growth of new business and the changing face of Latrobe, Pennsylvania. In 1934, my great-grandfather (Welty Jobe) was
by Nancy A. Clark Productivity during the winter months is highly overrated. You can count Hubby and me among those who, on long, dark, cold winter nights, prefer to moisturize our dry skin and hibernate like bears in our den until the daffodils bloom again.
by Krista Sarraf It’s the dead of winter. We should be home. Instead, we’re at the café in town, and the place buzzes with energy. Guests warm up with hot chocolate and coffee, and their conversations center on books, writing, painting, and the weekend ahead.
by Carol Whelan Whenever traveling we feel inspired to learn; about the city, the culture, the people. We are more alert and aware of our surroundings for the sights are new and we are seeing things almost through the eyes of a child, it’s all
– Cathi Gerhard, Editor “We have read the most recent edition at least three times over. It offers so much on each page . . . It’s the perfect companion for those who have lived here, those who just got here, and
by David Martin, GLLVCCC President The staff at the Greater Latrobe-Laurel Valley Chamber has been working hard to transition to our new home on Rt. 30 below Sharky’s Café. It is an ideal location that offers great visibility and easy access. Coming soon will be a
Schools across S&T Bank’s 12-county footprint were invited to apply for the second annual “S&T Bank My School, My Award” program. As part of the application, schools were asked to explain how they would use the money to help increase
by Clair Ward, Head of School at Valley School of Ligonier Educators have escalated the conversation about 21st century skills as we consider what students will need for tomorrow’s jobs. The primary lens for this is building skills that our
Here at the Laurel Mountain Post, we are big believers in the power of small business. For every $100 spent at a locally owned business, $73 remains in the local economy, and only $27 leaves. For every $100 spent at