Police: Woman dumped baby’s juice on driver
A New Castle Area Transit Authority driver told police an angry passenger had dumped her baby’s juice on him.Continued ...
- New Castle man charged in flight from checkpoint
- Ellwood fire damages two houses
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- Police: Woman dumped baby’s juice on driver
Child bitten by dog expected to make full recovery
Adrian Osorio is being called a champ by his family. The 5-year-old North Beaver Township boy was bitten in the face and hand Tuesday afternoon by a neighbor’s dog. Bear is a St. Bernard-Akita mix.Continued ...
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- Yauger now facing federal charge
- Child bitten by dog expected to make full recovery
New Castle Y names new leader
Richard “Dick” P. Lyons is the new chief executive officer of the New Castle Community YMCA. He replaces Bill Lutz, who served in the position for the past 10 years.Continued ...
- Test drilling to impact traffic in Bessemer
- Red Cross seeks donors for local blood drives
- Halltown Road in North Beaver to close
- County court matron jobs eliminated
- New Castle Y names new leader
Tim Kolodziej: Our problems really aren’t THE problem
“So, WHAT do you do?” A simple question that’s probably been asked thousands of times this summer over barbecue or a burger. Simple answers, too.Continued ...
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- Gary Church: There will be crying at my funeral — but it’s not what you think
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Lori Brothers: Jameson 5k/10K participants are ‘all in this together’
There was a “High School Musical” marathon on Disney channel this weekend. As good timing would have it, both of my daughters were home for the holiday weekend. We watched parts of it together, reminiscing about how much we loved the movie series when they were younger.Continued ...
- Sarah Stright-Hartley: Yes, black is back — even in the summer
- Kali Davies-Anderson: Life is precious — make the most of it
- John K. Manna: Harrisburg passes the buck to local taxes
- Culinary Conversation: Try these treats at your summer celebration
- Lori Brothers: Jameson 5k/10K participants are ‘all in this together’
Yauger’s Mercer County trial on hold
A pending criminal trial for the former Midwestern Intermediate Unit IV executive director has been continued again in Mercer County.Continued ...
- Police: Man dies trying to help friend ‘who had too much to drink’
- Vogel to host veterans outreach van
- Mahoning awards contracts for new building
- Fireworks Festival to include Lego building contest
- Yauger’s Mercer County trial on hold
High School Baseball: New Castle's Gunn gets chance to shine in front of scouts
Joe Gunn will get to impress Major League Baseball scouts later this month. The New Castle High sophomore was invited to participate in the Mentoring Viable Prospects tournament at Georgia State University’s Pantherville Recreation Complex in Decatur, Ga., from July 17-19.Continued ...
- High School Softball: Neshannock’s DeMatteo, Shaffer earn all-state honors
- Greg Huston: All-star Bucs, Dog Day and a Belushi look-alike
- Pirates Baseball: Three Bucs named to All-Star team
- Pirates Baseball: Locke leads Bucs past Phils, Burnett
- High School Baseball: New Castle's Gunn gets chance to shine in front of scouts
New York to offer free lunch to all middle-school students
New York's $75 billion spending plan for the fiscal year that began last week includes the first step toward offering free lunch for all 1.1 million students, expanding a program now reserved only for the city's poorest children.Continued ...
Are America's biggest alcohol brands targeting the country's underage youth?
Underage drinkers - those between the ages of 18 and 20, most specifically - are more heavily exposed to printed alcohol advertisements than any other age group, according to a new study. And it's America's biggest booze companies that could be to blame.Continued ...
Survey shows colleges flouting sexual assault rules
More than 40 percent of 440 colleges and universities surveyed by Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., haven't investigated a sexual assault in the past five years, according to a report released Wednesday.Continued ...
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