Archive - Nov 9, 2010 - News Article
On Monday evening, the St. Marys Area School District Board of Directors approved a motion to renovate the front of the high school. The project includes the replacement of all of the front exterior doors and every other window section, with the exception of those sections containing glass blocks.
The total cost of the project is $189,914, a significantly smaller amount compared to the previously quoted $284,000. Johnson Controls, Inc. will complete the work, along with KTH Architects.
Members of city council held their third and final budget meeting on Monday evening and were able to balance the city's 2011 budget. According to Carol Muhitch, city finance director, after the cutbacks made by council and city employees, the 2011 budget will contain around a $100 increase to residents' real estate property taxes.
Healthcare is a fast-growing career throughout the nation and particularly in Pennsylvania. The demand for skilled health-care workers often exceeds the supply of people with the proper training.
In an effort to help area residents explore careers in the healthcare industry and learn more about what kinds of jobs might be available, Pa. CareerLink is holding an informative program that will feature presentations by area healthcare employers and local educational and training facilities on Friday, Nov. 12 at 1 p.m. at the St. Marys CareerLink office, located at 301 Depot St.
Over the past two years, local author John Schlimm of St. Marys has been working with Harrahâ€™s Entertainment in producing the newly released â€śThe Seven Stars Cookbookâ€ť, featuring recipes from world-class casino restaurants.
The 320-page hardcover, coffee table book is an upscale publication featuring 25 recipes, cooking and kitchen tips, menu ideas and facts about the companyâ€™s history and operations.
Over 100 glossy photos capture the essence of the dishes, which were obtained from nearly 100 chefs from each of Harrahâ€™s three dozen properties across the U.S.