Man jumps into Shenango River
New Castle police and fire departments were dispatched Wednesday morning after a man jumped into the Shenango River. Police were called at 11:35 a.m. and the fire department was notified about 10 minutes later.Continued ...
- Hit-and-run suspect heads to court
- Man facing drug charges
- Stabbing victims out of hospital, charges pending
- Police identify victims in fatal Amish buggy crash
- Man jumps into Shenango River
Councilman thinks house purchase an ‘illegal act by the mayor’
New Castle Councilman William Panella believes the mayor committed an act of malfeasance in buying a property without council’s approval. “I think it’s an illegal act by the mayor,” Panella said at Tuesday’s work session regarding the purchase of a property at 315 E. Hillcrest Ave.Continued ...
- County’s borrowing will merge debts
- Photos, Video, Story: Shenango homecoming queen Brittany Chieze considers herself ‘a pretty lucky girl’
- Councilman thinks house purchase an ‘illegal act by the mayor’
Photos, Story: Howard Hanna’s Chow Chow Luncheon a success once again
Bragging rights aren’t always without a downside. Case in point: The Chow Chow Luncheon, sponsored by the local office of Howard Hanna Real Estate.Continued ...
- Hikes to benefit park hemlocks
- Conservation district enters contest
- Homes for the holidays: Ellwood City house tour provides doses of Christmas cheer
- Red Cross to host blood drives
- Photos, Story: Howard Hanna’s Chow Chow Luncheon a success once again
Tim Kolodziej: Yes, you ARE ready for high school basketball to start — here's why
Over the course of the next three months or so, you will hear plenty of “We are ...” cheers in the stands. But before the referee tosses the ball into the air tomorrow night, let me share a couple of “You are ...” thoughts.Continued ...
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- Tim Kolodziej: Yes, you ARE ready for high school basketball to start — here's why
Lori Brothers: Holidays a tough time to deal with change — or a great opportunity to embrace it
While many of us have family, friends and traditions we are looking forward to, this time of year can be difficult for those in a transition from change or loss.Continued ...
- Sarah Stright-Hartley: Cool, daring or dressy, over-the-knee boots worth a try
- Kali Davies-Anderson: My hectic lifestyle leads to cluttered purse — or vice versa
- Mitchel Olszak: Personal skepticism is best defense against scams
- Culinary Conversation: Got turkey leftovers? Achieve pot pie perfection
- Lori Brothers: Holidays a tough time to deal with change — or a great opportunity to embrace it
On the Record: Today’s births, police items and district judge reports
On the Record is a periodic update of public information coming out of the Lawrence County Government Center. Today, look inside for the latest births, police items, and district judge reports.Continued ...
- Our Opinion: Wilmington district avoids trouble with tuition vote
- Lawmakers eye package of voter bills
- State lawmakers want greater abortion oversight
- Sandusky prosecution review continues
- On the Record: Today’s births, police items and district judge reports
Photos, Story: Runners, community turn out to support ousted Laurel coach
Former Laurel High cross country coach Greg Schmitt has the support of his team members and their parents. The question, however, is whether the embattled coach has the support of the school district and its board of directors.Continued ...
- Laurel High: Cross country coach says losing his job ‘mind-boggling’
- College Football: Florida St., Ohio St take top 2 spots in BCS
- High School Football: Neshannock’s Dovidio, Oliva lead Big Seven all-stars
- Football News: Union grad to suit up for Team Europe — and Team USA
- Photos, Story: Runners, community turn out to support ousted Laurel coach
Texas wants background checks for health-care navigators
The counselors tasked with helping uninsured Texans navigate their way through the complicated process of buying health insurance will have to jump through a series of hoops to get licenses under new rules proposed by the Texas Department of Insurance.Continued ...
How to care for a cut Christmas tree
Cut Christmas trees must be watered and kept hydrated to last through the holidays and to prevent them from becoming fire hazards. This includes small tabletop trees.Continued ...
Are fake eggs the future?
A startup called Beyond Eggs, fronted by an enthusiastic founder named Joshua Tetrick, has been making headlines lately - most recently in a Mother Jones article that asks, without beating around the bush, "Can Silicon Valley Make Fake Meat and Eggs That Don't Suck?"Continued ...
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