Aloi's PIAA eligibility hearing postponed
The wait continues for Nick Aloi. Aloi, who transferred from Ellwood City Lincoln High to Lincoln Park Performing Arts Charter School on Jan. 21, still does not know if he will get to play a full season for the Leopards’ basketball team
Frank Aloi: 50 years of school spirit in Ellwood City
Frank Aloi is a true Wolverine. Aloi, who turned 73 Friday, spent the past half-century affiliated with the Ellwood City school district and its sports teams.
High School Basketball: Ovial resigns as coach of Ellwood
Ellwood City Lincoln High lost a star player when Nick Aloi transferred to Lincoln Park. Now, the Wolverines are in need of a head coach, too.
Frank Aloi Retiring: Ellwood superintendent leaving amid budget woes
Frank Aloi is retiring next month as Ellwood City’s superintendent of schools. Aloi, a 50-year district employee and its superintendent for nearly 12, submitted his retirement notice to the board during an executive session prior to Thursday’s meeting. His last day is July 16.
Lincoln High students win Envirothon
Three students at Lincoln High School in Ellwood City were winners at this year’s Lawrence County Envirothon. The team, called the Dynamic Duo plus One, competed May 6th at Cascade Park in the event that tests students’ knowledge of environmental science subjects.
Athlete of the Week: Meet Ellwood’s Keaton Docchio
The conditions were ripe for a record-breaking performance. Ellwood City Lincoln High senior Keaton Docchio took full advantage of the warm weather to post four first-place finishes at Saturday’s Tri-County Track and Field Championships at Shenango High School.
WPIAL rules Aloi ineligible to play at Lincoln Park
Nick Aloi may have to wait another year to play basketball. The WPIAL Board of Control ruled his transfer from Ellwood City Lincoln to Lincoln Park Performing Arts Charter School in January was made with athletic intent.
Districts awarded Safe Schools grants
The Shenango and Ellwood City school districts have been awarded Safe Schools Initiative Targeted grants from the state. Each district will receive $25,000, according to state Sen. Elder Vogel.
Child dragged by school bus
A child suffered minor injuries when her backpack was caught in a school bus door Thursday. Police said the 8-year-old girl was dragged by the bus in the Perry Township incident.
Photos, Video, Story: Lincoln High to present ‘Wizard of Oz’
Ellwood City Lincoln High School will take you “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” with its annual “spring musical in the fall.” The production of “The Wizard of Oz” runs tomorrow, Saturday and Sunday for a total of four performances in the high school auditorium.
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