Coroner: Drowning victim's death was accidental
The death of a Slippery Rock Township woman pulled from a Scott Township lake Wednesday was due to drowning. Lawrence County Coroner Russell S. Noga said an autopsy on the body of Nancy Ellen List, 26, of 6074 Old Route 422 Extension indicated “death was consistent with a fresh water drowning.”Continued ...
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Geologist: Ohio’s response to earthquakes ‘inadequate’
A Youngstown State University geologist called Ohio’s official response to the 12 earthquakes that occurred last month in Poland Township, Ohio “inadequate.”Continued ...
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City begins new pothole strategy
New Castle’s public works department instituted a new game plan this week to fill potholes throughout the city. Mayor Anthony Mastrangelo said as of Monday, public works director Michael Rooney has assigned two crews to fix potholes.Continued ...
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Tim Kolodziej: Even 25 years later, ‘Bad Boys’ are pretty good
Full disclosure: I hated the “Bad Boys.” Hated those dudes. If you were an NBA fan during the league’s heyday of Magic, Larry and Michael, you know exactly who I’m talking about.Continued ...
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Lori Brothers: Healthy food comes from a healthy Earth
I am proud to know that Earth Day originated in the U.S. but became recognized worldwide by 1990. I can remember ordering baby trees to plant in celebration of Earth Day.Continued ...
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- Lori Brothers: Healthy food comes from a healthy Earth
New Castle director, writer, producer filming zombie pilot locally
The horror genre holds a special fascination for Tom Stoops. He has been a devotee of that film style since he was young. So it makes perfect sense that as a director, executive producer, writer and actor, zombies would show up in his latest project.Continued ...
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2014 Hall of Fame Inductees: Today, meet David Updegraff
This is the ninth in a series of feature stories on the 2014 inductees into the Lawrence County Historical Society Sports Hall of Fame.Continued ...
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Coffee growers' prayers for rain met with threat of deluge
Brazil's drought made arabica coffee this year's best-performing commodity. Now, farmers are facing a downpour that is once more threatening crops.Continued ...
Celebrity quack moms are a terrible influence on everyday parents
On April 15, the actress Alicia Silverstone released a book called "The Kind Mama: A Simple Guide to Supercharged Fertility, a Radiant Pregnancy, a Sweeter Birth, and a Healthier, More Beautiful Beginning." It's chock-full of attachment parenting lessons and dangerous misinformation.Continued ...
Affirmative action ruling challenges colleges seeking diversity
The U.S. Supreme Court's support of Michigan's ban on race-based affirmative action in university admissions may spur colleges to find new ways to achieve diversity without using racial preferences.Continued ...
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