NEW CASTLE —
To our readers,
The weekend edition of The New Castle News has been printed and delivered on Saturday mornings for more than 20 years.
Beginning Monday, Oct. 1, the Monday through Friday editions of The News also will move to morning publication. That will mean home delivery in most areas by 9 a.m. The exception will be in neighborhoods where youth carriers deliver The News.
Home delivery customers with youth carriers will most likely continue to get their paper at the times they do now on weekdays. Youth carriers attend school and may not get papers in time for earlier delivery during the week.
The Monday through Friday News also will be available at news racks and stores earlier in the day, in some cases before 7 a.m.
We are altering the print time of The News for earlier delivery to give most of our readers more time to spend with The News during the day. We believe by giving The News more shelf life each day, you will find it more convenient to find news, information and advertising you need to live by.
Should you have any questions, please call publisher Lawrence Corvi at (724) 654-6651, extension 648, or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
NEW CASTLE —
To our readers,
- Community Events
Search organization to offer presentation
The U.S. Search, Rescue and Recovery Corps will give a presentation in New Castle this month for interested volunteers.
Bit of a stretch: Student to conduct workshop on rubber band bracelets
Olivia McKenna, 11, started getting interested in rubber band bracelets last summer. “My friends all had them and they looked like they were really fun to make,” the Mohawk sixth-grader and Bessemer resident remembers.
Red Cross to host blood drives
The American Red Cross has scheduled blood drives in Ellwood City and New Wilmington this month. One drive will be from noon to 6 p.m. Dec. 17 at Calvin Presbyterian Church, 615 Crescent Ave. in Ellwood City.
New Castle Music Club Chorus to once again present Handel’s ‘Messiah’
The New Castle Music Club Chorus will present Georg Fredric Handel’s inspiring sacred oratorio “Messiah” at 3 p.m. Sunday. The performance will take place at Northminster Presbyterian Church, 2434 Wilmington Road, hosted by pastors Andrew Jillson and Anthony Kladitis, as well as the Northminster congregation.
Extension offers Bluegrass pipeline session
Penn State Extension’s Marcellus Education Team will sponsor a workshop to provide details about the Bluegrass Pipeline. The program will run from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Dec. 10 at the Ben Franklin Learning Center, 815 Cunningham Ave.
Veterans benefit assistance offered
A representative of the American Legion will be in New Castle Thursday. The department service officer will be at the office of state Rep. Chris Sainato, 20 S. Mercer St.
Organic beef program scheduled
A presentation on organic beef will be made to the League of Women Voters of Lawrence County on Tuesday.
Hey, kids! Hey, parents! Take a photo with Santa!
Hey, Kids! Hey, Parents! Want to take a photo with Santa? Then be sure to stop in at the New Castle News on Thursday, Nov. 14, just before the Light Up Night Parade begins in the downtown.
Donation day scheduled
New Castle area resident David Croach underwent his second bond marrow transplant Oct. 29. A Donation Day to help Croach has been set for Saturday at First National Bank on Wilmington Road. Hours are 9 to 11 a.m.
Veterans jobs specialist to visit Ellwood City
A veterans employment specialist will visit Ellwood City later this month. Ryan Paglia of the Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry will be at the office of state Rep. Jaret Gibbons, 309 Fifth St., Nov. 19.
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