South Side man faces gun, drug charges
A South Side man was arrested on gun and drug charges following a traffic stop on the city’s North Hill. Martel Lamar Webb, 19, of 199 Hamilton St. had been wanted by police on charges in a domestic assault case in May when police caught up with him.Continued ...
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- South Side man faces gun, drug charges
Audit: Children of New Castle school employees didn’t pay tuiton
The Pennsylvania auditor general’s office has determined that seven non-resident students went to district schools but did not pay tuition over the course of four years. Now, the district will have to repay more than $100,000 to state.Continued ...
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- Audit: Children of New Castle school employees didn’t pay tuiton
Rotary celebrates, makes history
On a night when New Castle Rotary Club 89 celebrated its history, Gayle Young was making some of her own. Young, executive director of the United Way of Lawrence County, was recognized as the club’s first African American president in its 100-year existence.Continued ...
- Rotary club thriving after 100 years
- Electronics recycling to be regular event
- Making a Difference: For Reatha Gibbs, making money comes in a distant second to serving God
- Father’s Day 2013: With Dad turning 90, Presnars wade through streams of special fishing memories
- Rotary celebrates, makes history
‘The Couch Potato’: I hate to say it, but it’s hard not to like ‘The Bachelorette’
On most nights in the Couch Potato household, Mr. Couch Potato controls the remote from high atop his brown suede throne. Oh sure, the two little French Fries running around may get to watch “Doc McStuffins” or “The Mickey Mouse Club” before bed, but then it’s back to the DVR.Continued ...
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Sarah Stright-Hartley: ‘With child’ doesn’t have to mean without style
Over the past month we've talked about wedding styles for women and wedding styles for men. I didn't want to leave out my pregnant ladies! Dressing for a wedding during the hottest months of the year while you're pregnant can be understandably difficult.Continued ...
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- Sarah Stright-Hartley: ‘With child’ doesn’t have to mean without style
State Street project to restrict local traffic
Motorists should expect lane restrictions on State and Falls streets starting this week. Improvements are scheduled to begin Thursday on a stretch of the highway, running from Jefferson Street in downtown New Castle to Wilson Road in Union Township.Continued ...
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- On The Record: Today’s police and district judge reports
- Bikers gather to honor lost loved ones
- Bridge News: Span on Wampum Road opens; plans on display in Ellwood
- State Street project to restrict local traffic
High School Football: ’Canes to compete in national 7-on-7 competition
Years ago, the New Castle High football team carved out a reputation as a national powerhouse. It’s that reputation that helped earn the Red Hurricane an invitation to compete in next month’s National Select 7-on-7 Championships in Hoover, Ala.Continued ...
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- High School Football: ’Canes to compete in national 7-on-7 competition
VIDEO: NSA director says 50 plots foiled
General Keith Alexander says two recently disclosed surveillance programs on international communications are critical in the terrorism fight.Continued ...
Called 'Next Stephen Hawking,' teen is perfect on math exam: Physically challenged freshman visits classroom for first time to celebrate exam results
There's a wall on the third floor of Lewiston-Porter High School dedicated to celebrating perfect scores on state mathematics exams. A new name joined the growing list Tuesday, which brought a smile to the face of everyone involved.Continued ...
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