I always enjoy reading former editor Denny Bonavita's opinion column in the Tri-County Sunday and have been reading each one for several years. He's done a great job of offering his take on a variety of topics.

At 66 years of age I started taking Social Security (SS) benefits while continuing to work full time. It was a great surprise when income tax filing time came that 80 percent of the SS benefit was to be added to my earned income and thus taxed as earned income. This is a clear case of double…

I would like to thank you, personally, for all you did or do. I appreciate all the hard work you put in so I would have even the freedom to write this journal entry to you.

The Oak Hill Memorial Cemetery Committee wishes to thank your Tri-County Sunday newspaper for the article published for our chapels new roof. Also thanks to Tyler Kolesar for his excellent coverage with the write up and photos, he did an excellent job.

In an open meeting at the Limestone Volunteer Fire Department on August 29th, filmmaker Mark Dixon, an advocate for NoPetroPa, spoke to nearly 100 citizens about the impact petrochemical plants would have on our area. He warned that although the massive ethane cracker plant in Beaver County …

“It takes a village to raise a child” is an African proverb that means that an entire community of people must interact with children for them to experience and grow in a safe and healthy environment. Over the past several months I was privileged to see this concept lived out right here in B…

We at Christ the King Manor care deeply for the people we serve in this area. That’s why I am writing to inform our readers that continued Medicaid funding shortages are making it increasingly difficult on nonprofit nursing homes in Pennsylvania.

Editor’s Note: The recipe for “whoopie pies” in last week’s Tri-County Sunday brought a quick response from one faithful reader. Since I’ve never made a gob in my life, I’m bowing to the expert and her Mother’s delicious recipe. Thanks Beth for taking the time to set us straight on gobs!

Recently your town hosted the USCAA Small College World Series for 10 teams.