Own a piece of history: Watch the trailer for ’Canes’ DVD!
Relive all the magic of New Castle High’s WPIAL championship basketball season by purchasing a collectible DVD or special section that was given out at the team’s banquet. Both were produced by the New Castle News!Continued ...
- Police: Dog had no food, water or space
- Fire reported at Overlook nursing home
- Own a piece of history: Watch the trailer for ’Canes’ DVD!
Hearings in fatal crashes are postponed
A hearing for the woman accused of striking a police cruiser and killing a Shenango Township officer has been rescheduled. Kylee Gwen Barletto, 26, of 693 Hoover Road, will face a preliminary hearing at 1 p.m. June 6. It had been scheduled for Thursday morning.Continued ...
- Police arrest four in Union Township drug raid
- Primary 2013: Clarification offered on local voting results
- Hearings in fatal crashes are postponed
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 ...
- 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, Part 2: Monsters, cowboys and ultimately, sex, were staples at State Theater
- 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 ...
- Tim Kolodziej: Five lessons from the ‘gas pump karaoke’ couple (with video)
- Gary Church: Dang! I missed out on meeting Pat Toomey — whoever that is
- Gary Church: Speaking to Neshannock students lands me in principal’s office
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 ...
- 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
- Making a Difference: Volunteers put up home for young mother, son in three days
- Dave Ramsey: Move or set family boundaries?
Our Opinion: Lousy voter turnout is a missed opportunity
Tuesday’s primary in Lawrence County had its share of winners and losers. But — based on the numbers — the biggest winner has to be voter apathy. Countywide, voter turnout in the primary was a whopping 17.1 percent. In case you missed it, our use of the term “whopping” is sarcasm.Continued ...
- Governor signs bill for health clinic funds
- On The Record: Today’s births, police items and district judge reports
- Vo-tech budget loses support
- County starts drug takeback program
- Our Opinion: Lousy voter turnout is a missed opportunity
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 ...
- WPIAL Softball Playoffs: Neshannock rolls over Frazier
- Photo Gallery, Story: Wilmington tops Titusville in District 10 baseball playoffs
- District 10 Softball Playoffs: Wilmington falls to Northwestern
- High School Basketball: Fadden resigns as Union girls coach
- PIAA Track and Field Championships: Local athletes look to bring home gold
Twitter introduces website security tool after AP account hacked
Twitter is adding a new security tool to its website, making it harder for outsiders to gain access to accounts, a month after a false posting triggered a stock-market decline.Continued ...
Siblings withstand storm in fridge
Brother and sister co-owners of a Chinese takeout restaurant huddled inside a refrigerator to survive Monday’s deadly tornado that claimed 24 lives.Continued ...
Mom delivered baby as tornado struck
Shayla Taylor was so far along in labor that her nurses at Moore Medical Center decided not to move her when Monday's tornado hit. They waited out the storm in an operating room, where the wall disappeared as the tornado hit the building.Continued ...
- TIMELAPSE: Take a tour through the damage in Moore
- Mayor wants tornado shelters in new homes
- Twitter introduces website security tool after AP account hacked