Sex offender sentenced to prison term
A Scott Township man who sexually assaulted a teenager has been sentenced to seven to 14 years in prison.
- Woman charged in photo fraud
- Arrest made in Crestview shooting
- Man cited for dog law violations
- Ellwood man charged after driving over fire hose
- Sex offender sentenced to prison term
Jameson Hoyt Atrium display spotlights artwork of special needs kids and adults
Artwork from dozens of area students will take center stage Thursday in the Hoyt Atrium of Jameson Hospital. The Very Special Arts exhibit will kick off with an opening reception at 5 p.m., and the works will remain on display in the glass-enclosed walkway through Oct. 4.Continued ...
- Census shows county population getting older
- Councilman picks up tab to help lunch program
- Jameson Hoyt Atrium display spotlights artwork of special needs kids and adults
Love Kitchen: Little Caesars provides special delivery for Rescue Mission
The Little Caesars Love Kitchen rolled into the City Rescue Mission for a special delivery Wednesday. A pizza kitchen on wheels, the big rig travels across the United States and Canada to meet the needs of the hungry, the homeless and disaster survivors.Continued ...
- County fair looks for a few good bakers
- Local teen off to state DYW event
- County to buy new office for Nicholson
- Portersville Steam Show summer event arrives
- Love Kitchen: Little Caesars provides special delivery for Rescue Mission
Tim Kolodziej: We’re swimming in information — and uncertainty
“Who can you believe anymore?” I wish I had a nickel for every time someone has asked me that question. Let’s face it, there are no longer two sides to every story. In some cases, there are hundreds, if not thousands.Continued ...
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- Greg Huston: Readers (a few anyway) respond on Alvarez
- Tim Kolodziej: We’re swimming in information — and uncertainty
Lori Brothers: Recognize onset of stress to halt full-blown attack
A regular participant of our Ornish alumni group shared how he is benefiting since he learned to listen to his internal reactions — we could call them his “emotions” — as result of daily breathing and stretching.Continued ...
- Sarah Stright-Hartley: Get geared up for fall with these new trends
- Kali Davies-Anderson: Well that was the longest 6 seconds of my life...
- Mitchel Olszak: Playing impeachment politics
- Culinary Conversation: Summer doesn’t get any better than this
- Lori Brothers: Recognize onset of stress to halt full-blown attack
Yauger enters guilty plea in federal court
The former executive director of the local intermediate unit has entered a guilty plea in federal court.
- Lottery officials: Seniors should get smaller payout
- Attorney general warns of phone scams
- Disabilities group unveils new icon
- Auditor: State doesn’t have enough inspectors to monitor wells
- Yauger enters guilty plea in federal court
Law enforcement youth tournament set
The second annual law enforcement 3-on-3 youth basketball tournament will be Aug. 9 at New Castle High School.
- Arsonists damage New Castle’s football field
- Big 10 commission noncommittal on Penn State sanction cuts
- Steelers LB Spence caps lengthy comeback
- Steelers' Wheaton eyeing chance after tough rookie year
- Law enforcement youth tournament set
VIDEO: Five-year-old doesn't want her brother to grow up
Sadie, an adorable 5-year-old from Phoenix, wants her brother to stay young forever, so much so that her emotional reaction to the thought of him getting older has drawn more than 10 million views on YouTube.Continued ...
Police department turns to Facebook for guidance on use of 'negro'
What seems to be a data entry mistake by a small town police department in western New York has turned into a social media firestorm centered around the word "negro" and whether it's acceptable to use in modern society.Continued ...
The virtues of lying
Two computational scientists set out recently to simulate the effects of lying in a virtual human population. Their results, published in the Proceedings of the Royal Society B, show that lying is essential for the growth of a cohesive social network.Continued ...
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- Survey results in legislation to battle sexual assault on campus
- VIDEO: Five-year-old doesn't want her brother to grow up