Two injured in Mill Street, Taylor accidents
Two people were injured in a pair of accidents Thursday, New Castle police reported. One involved a car that went over an embankment off West Pittsburg Road in Taylor Township around noon.Continued ...
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- Two injured in Mill Street, Taylor accidents
Council approves bond issue refinancing
Taking advantage of low interest rates, New Castle City Council approved the refinancing of a bond issue last night. Refinancing of the 2004 bond issue is expected to save the city approximately $120,000, according to Joseph Muscatello, investment banker with Boenning and Scattergood of Pittsburgh.Continued ...
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- Council approves bond issue refinancing
Movie Memories, Part 5: Once upon a time, the city was filled with nickelodeons
At least three of New Castle’s earliest movie theaters were ravaged by fire. But if you were a patron in those days, smoke might not have been the only smell to send you running into the streets. A fog of perfume might have done the trick as well.Continued ...
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- Movie Memories, Part 5: Once upon a time, the city was filled with nickelodeons
Gary Church: Speaking to Neshannock students lands me in principal’s office
When the phone rings, and the caller says, "Gary, Tim Kolodziej," I start bracing myself for another exciting adventure. On this particular occasion, he wanted me to speak at Neshannock High School, for Career Day.Continued ...
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Dave Ramsey: Move or set family boundaries?
“Dave Says" is a weekly column featuring financial advice from nationally syndicated radio host Dave Ramsey. His column is filled with timely, relevant questions and answers taken from actual letters and calls on Ramsey's radio program, “The Dave Ramsey Show.”Continued ...
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Blessing, repairs set for cemetery
The former Harbor Presbyterian Church in Mahoning Township dissolved in 2005. Now all that remains is its cemetery. Harbor Bridge Cemetery has been in existence since 1850. Charles Ellenberger said that at one point, grass had grown so tall there that you couldn’t even tell a cemetery was there.Continued ...
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- On The Record: Today’s births, police items and district judge reports
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- Blessing, repairs set for cemetery
PIAA Track and Field Championships: Local athletes look to bring home gold
Wilmington High’s Jon Yohman is hoping history repeats itself. Yohman will be one of 22 individual Lawrence County athletes and four relay teams competing in the PIAA Track and Field Championships today and tomorrow at Seth Grove Stadium on the campus of Shippensburg University.Continued ...
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- High School Basketball: Fadden resigns as Union girls coach
- PIAA Track and Field Championships: Local athletes look to bring home gold
Kebabs: Health kick on a stick
Grilling is a simple way to feed your family well this summer. Start with a lean meat and a healthful marinade and then allow the grill to strip away additional fat for a heart-healthy and waist-friendly final result. Plus, grilling caramelizes the natural sugars in foods, which adds flavor without additional calories and fat.Continued ...
Boy Scouts: Yes to gay youths, no to adults
The Boy Scouts of America on Thursday ended its ban on openly gay youths but maintained a prohibition on gay adult leaders, a decision framed as a compromise but one that could lead to litigation and thousands of defections from one of America's largest youth organizations.Continued ...
Expert: Schools need shelters
Ninety-four percent of Oklahoma schools do not have tornado shelters, according to Gov. Mary Fallin, even though at least one weather expert says they should be standard. With two Moore schools destroyed in Monday’s EF-5 tornado — and ...Continued ...
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