Alison McNeal: Shopping in China presents challenges
China is forcing me to reconsider my identity. In the states, I am definitely not a shopper, but here in Nanjing, I find myself devising ways to get to the store as frequently as possible — just for the entertainment.
Family Movie Night: Area church will show 'To Save a Life'
"To Save a Life." It’s been called powerful and life-changing, a bold and realistic look at the issues today’s teens are facing. And now it’s coming to the area in a special showing.
PHOTO GALLERY: Egg hunt highlights Easter activities
Saturday featured a variety of Easter-themed events around Lawrence County. Volant helped kick the day off with Breakfast with the Easter Bunny at the Neshannock Creek Inn. More activities followed throughout the day.
PHOTOS, VIDEO, STORY: Neshannock High production of ‘42nd Street’
Michael Cavalier wants spectacle. Before his senior-laden cast step-shuffle-hops off Neshannock High’s stage for the last time, the director emphasized to them: “This is your show.”
COUNTY CLIPS: Get the low-down on neighbors, friends
Who's earning a scholarship? Where is the next charity concert taking place? Each week, find out what's happening in the community.
- VIDEO, PHOTOS, STORIES: Laurel, New Castle and Wilmington musicals Look inside for performance videos, photo galleries, stories and cast lists for the Laurel, New Castle and Wilmington spring musical productions.
PHOTOS, VIDEO, STORY: New Castle High presents ‘Thoroughly Modern Millie’
Karmin Dando and Joy Piscitella are directing a doozy of a spring musical at New Castle High. “It’s a busy musical,” Piscitella said. “The audience’s brain is constantly titillated.”
- PHOTOS, VIDEO, STORY: Laurel High production of ‘Seussical the Musical.’ Amanda Caughey gets to wrap her paws around a fun role — as the mischievous feline from the Dr. Seuss books in Laurel High School’s production of “Seussical The Musical.”
WHO’S DOING WHAT: Meet the county's movers and shakers
Whether it's excelling in the classroom or in the board room, The News tracks the successes of local residents as they move onward and upward in their careers.
PHOTOS, VIDEO, STORY: Union High’s production of ‘Annie Get Your Gun’
Diana Borowski began appearing on the Union High School stage in fourth grade, but this year she’s taking the helm. Borowski makes her directorial debut at her alma mater.
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