You would have thought the British invaded America when Hobart Mayor Margaret Kuchta and the City Council annexed a huge section of Ross Township 24 years ago.
HOBART | The city of Hobart will unveil a memorial plaque to the late Margaret Kuchta at 6 p.m. Thursday at the Revelli Band Shell in Festival Park, 111 E. Old Ridge Road.
HOBART | The Maria Reiner Senior Center, 705 E. 4th St., has completed its first cookbook as a fundraising project.
Margaret Kuchta was special person, and everyone who knew her knows how much she loved Hobart and it's people. This doesn't give Hobart the right to fly the American flag at half staff in her honor.
HOBART | Those who came to say a last goodbye to Margaret Kuchta lined up well before the start of her seven-hour wake, city officials said.
HOBART| Former Hobart Mayor Margaret Kuchta will serve as this year's grand marshal for the annual Fourth of July Parade.
After 58 years in operation, Hobart restaurant Paul's Place will be closing its doors on June 4.
HOBART| Former Hobart Mayor Margaret Kuchta has been selected grand marshal for this year's Fourth of July Parade, the Hobart Chamber of Commerce recently announced.
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