‘Carelessness’ caused Overlook fire
The state fire marshal has determined a blaze at the Overlook Health and Rehabilitation Center was caused by carelessness. Trooper David Jungling issued his report Friday and said the blaze was determined to have been caused by the careless disposal of smoking materials.Continued ...
- Two injured in Mill Street, Taylor accidents
- House fire reported in Neshannock Township
- ‘Carelessness’ caused Overlook fire
Are we ready? Crews prepare for nuclear accident
The chances of an accident occurring at the Beaver Valley Power Station are considered to be small. Nonetheless, FirstEnergy Corp., along with first responders and emergency management personnel, are continually preparing just in case.Continued ...
- Council approves bond issue refinancing
- Groundbreaking set for Penn National in Austintown
- Are we ready? Crews prepare for nuclear accident
Movie Memories, Coming Attractions: Leo Mickey walks down memory lane
Do you remember Leo Mickey? He is, perhaps, the best-known theater manager in Lawrence County history.Continued ...
- Movie Memories, Part 5: Once upon a time, the city was filled with nickelodeons
- Movie Memories, Part 4: Penn Theater remembered for opulence, Leo Mickey’s weekend kiddie shows
- Movie Memories, Part 3: The Hi-Lander and Cinema theaters were the last two New Castle movie houses to go dark
- No tax hike in Union school budget
- Movie Memories, Coming Attractions: Leo Mickey walks down memory lane
Josh Drespling: My daughter’s invitation was irresistible — and so was her performance
What agony is this?What evil villain has prepared this dastardly event and entrapped me in its bitter grasp? The scene: An elementary school gym on perhaps one of the hottest and most humid days of the year.Continued ...
- Gary Church: Speaking to Neshannock students lands me in principal’s office
- Tim Kolodziej: Five lessons from the ‘gas pump karaoke’ couple (with video)
- Josh Drespling: My daughter’s invitation was irresistible — and so was her performance
Culinary Conversation: No sour grapes — just all things lemon
The makers of a lemonade mix have one intention for their consumers — add water and enjoy. Those fine people may be interested to know I found another use for the canister.Continued ...
- Dave Ramsey: Move or set family boundaries?
- Lori Brothers: Body awareness can help manage stress
- Sarah Stright-Hartley: Top trends for men as the weather warms
- Your Tax Money: Four districts undecided on vo-tech budget
- Culinary Conversation: No sour grapes — just all things lemon
John K. Manna: A look back a big wins, tiny turnout in primary
Years from now few people, if any, will remember Tuesday’s primary in Lawrence County. The few probably will not remember that only 9,291 registered voters turned out at the polls. It wasn’t the lowest turnout over the last 25 years or so.Continued ...
- Cancer society grant to aid Amish women
- Blessing, repairs set for cemetery
- Our Opinion: Lousy voter turnout is a missed opportunity
- Governor signs bill for health clinic funds
- John K. Manna: A look back a big wins, tiny turnout in primary
PIAA Track and Field Championships: Wilmington’s Yohman captures gold
Jon Yohman added another PIAA gold medal to his collection yesterday. The Wilmington High senior can cap his career with one more today.Continued ...
- PIAA Class AA Track and Field Championships: Local girls fare well
- PIAA Track and Field Championships: Local athletes look to bring home gold
- WPIAL Softball Playoffs: Neshannock rolls over Frazier
- Photo Gallery, Story: Wilmington tops Titusville in District 10 baseball playoffs
- PIAA Track and Field Championships: Wilmington’s Yohman captures 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 ...
- Twitter introduces website security tool after AP account hacked
- Siblings withstand storm in fridge
- Kebabs: Health kick on a stick