Photo Gallery, Story: Board gets sneak peek at Lockley school
New Castle’s kindergarten students will move into their new school in early January. The new Lockley Early Learning Center will be finished by then, but first- and second-graders won’t move in until next school year, according to the district’s plans.
Homecoming 2013: Check out our video, interview from New Castle!
It's that time of year again when the hard-hitting action of Friday night football gives way to the elegance and pageantry of homecoming. Every Wednesday, look inside for special photo galleries featuring all attendants on this year's courts. This week: New Castle!
Homecoming 2013: Check out our video, interview from Union!
It's that time of year again when the hard-hitting action of Friday night football gives way to the elegance and pageantry of homecoming. Every Wednesday, look inside for special photo galleries featuring all attendants on this year's courts. This week: Union!
Photos, Story: Villa Maria holds annual fall festival
For 14 years, the Villa Maria Community Center continues has celebrated its fall harvest with community members. Saturday marked its annual Harvest Day Celebration, a traditional event that grew from an intimate gathering to one attended by hundreds.
Photo Gallery, Story: Fourth-grader’s thoughts echoed around the county at Life Chains
Life Chain participants know they’re going to be on their feet. And apparently, one of yesterday’s younger ones — fourth-grader Julia Hanson — does her best thinking that way.
Photos, Story: Calvary Independent has moved a few times in 75 years, but its focus has not budged
In 75 years, members of Calvary Independent Church have built three structures they’ve called home. One may or may not have had walls. Another featured a baptistery set against a background made to look like a river. And the third has an annex that used to be a funeral home.
Photo Gallery, Story: Ag Encounter features Play-Doh directions
Flour, salt, cream of tartar, water, food coloring and vegetable oil are the ingredients needed to make homemade Play-Doh. That was one of the lessons taught to fourth-grade teachers Wednesday while their students were off petting farm animals and learning about where their food comes from.
Photos, Story: Local pastor takes baptism to the Neshannock Creek
Jesus turned water into wine, and a young boy’s lunch into dinner for 5,000. The Rev. Randy Crum can’t match that. But he can turn a swimming hole into a baptistery.
Photos, Story: Festival recreates era of grist mill
History came to life this weekend at the 21st annual McConnell’s Mill Heritage Days Festival. The two-day event, which seems to grow in size and attendance every year, featured a variety of displays, food, music, and activities.
Photos, Video, Story: Shenango homecoming queen Brittany Chieze considers herself ‘a pretty lucky girl’
Rochelle Chieze admits she panicked at first when she learned her daughter had been placed on Shenango High’s Homecoming ballot. “I started thinking about the germs from being around so many people and how tired this would make her,” Rochelle said. “Even though she was thrilled — we all were — I went back and forth. I thought maybe we should say no.”
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