Couple accused of theft from baseball field firm
A Scott Township business involved in producing professional baseball field surfaces was the victim of an alleged employee theft. A husband and wife from Boardman, Ohio, are facing theft and related charges.Continued ...
- Car strikes Neshannock school bus
- North Hill man faces stalking charges
- Man, 61, accused of raping girl
- Car hits school bus on Pulaski Road in Neshannock
- Couple accused of theft from baseball field firm
Emotional Closure: Woman sentenced in Jerry McCarthy’s death
The driver of the car that killed a Shenango Township policeman is heading to prison. Kylee Gwen Barletto, 26, apologized Wednesday to the family of William J. “Jerry” McCarthy and to her family after pleading guilty to eight of 16 charges against her.Continued ...
- Fire marshal probes cause of blaze
- Pennsylvania won’t take action on quakes
- Emotional Closure: Woman sentenced in Jerry McCarthy’s death
VoTech team claims silver medal state honors
The Lawrence County Career and Technical Center boasts a team of disciplined, well-spoken winners. The school’s SkillsUSA team, comprised of 21 students, stood against other schools from throughout Pennsylvania last week in Hershey.Continued ...
- Columbia Gas announces pipeline replacement work
- ESB Financial reports earnings increase
- Arthur the author: Children’s writer/illustrator visits Neshannock Elementary
- Greer House changes name
- VoTech team claims silver medal state honors
Tim Kolodziej: ‘God’s Not Dead’ and the hope of Easter
So my wife and I went to see “God’s Not Dead” the other night. While this film certainly has its flaws, there’s also plenty to like, including a line that could give both sides of the argument a sensible starting point.Continued ...
- The Couch Potato: It may take some work, but just press ‘Play’
- Gary Church: Congratulations, grandma and grandpa — it’s a ... box?
- Tim Kolodziej: ‘God’s Not Dead’ and the hope of Easter
Lori Brothers: Play with names — not with your food
Do you remember being told, “don’t play with your food” when you were a child? Or maybe you’ve said this to your own children or grandchildren. I’ve heard stories about kids slipping food under the table to the dog or stuffing Brussels sprouts into their pockets to get out of the pain of eating them.Continued ...
- Sarah Stright-Hartley: A T-shirt dress can be a three for all
- Kali Davies-Anderson: Happy birthday, Miss Ivy!
- Heartbleed raises the stakes on Internet security
- Lugene Hudson: Celebrate Easter like Helen Martin
- Lori Brothers: Play with names — not with your food
Gas holdouts unconvinced of safety
When Suzanne Matteo and her husband, Martin, bought their house on four acres in Pulaski Township they had a plan. They would grow a huge vegetable garden, raise lots of flowers and a few chickens and enjoy the fresh air and quiet.Continued ...
- Wilmington superintendent discusses common core
- Schreck reappointed Shenango superintendent
- Congressional candidate disqualified
- Up through the ground comes education cash
- Gas holdouts unconvinced of safety
Spring Sports: A roundup of action from April 16
The Laurel High softball team found a way capture a pair of WPIAL Section 5-AA victories yesterday. The Lady Spartans pulled out a 2-1 decision in the opener and hung on for a 4-3 verdict in the nightcap.Continued ...
- 2014 Hall of Fame Inductees: Today, Meet Katy DeMedal
- 2014 Hall of Fame Inductees: Today, meet Bob Perrotta
- Athlete of the Week: Meet Hannah Drake of Wilmington
- Spring Sports: A roundup of action from April 15
- Spring Sports: A roundup of action from April 16
VIDEO: Boston bomb scare defendant appears in court
The man accused of carrying a backpack containing a rice cooker near the Boston Marathon finish line on the anniversary of the bombings was arraigned Wednesday. He's being held on $100,000 bail.Continued ...
Consumer spending on health care jumps as Affordable Care Act takes hold
Nancy Beigel has known since September that she would need hernia surgery. She couldn't afford it on her $11,000 yearly income until she became eligible for Medicaid in January through President Barack Obama's signature health care law.Continued ...
The case for separate beds
The other night I slept on a twin bed in the guest room of the house I share with my husband and our two kids.Continued ...
It was the best night's sleep I've had in years.
- Raw oysters spike U.S. rise in bacterial infections, CDC reports
- To sleep well, you may need to adjust what you eat and when
- VIDEO: Boston bomb scare defendant appears in court