Making a Difference: Local woman constantly giving back to the community
Another story in our weekly Making a Difference Series: When her two young daughters asked to put a lemonade stand in the yard of their home, Jan Grigsby readily agreed. “Sure,” Jan told them. “You can keep half of the money for yourself and donate the other half to a charity of your choice.”
Tri-County Track and Field Championships: Shenango, Neshannock boys runners carve out niche on Riverside’s day
One triumphed by razor-thin margins, the other by cushions more comfortable than anything you’re likely to find at Ikea. Nonetheless, Shenango High’s Ron Davis and Neshannock’s Robbie Kroner both finished as double winners at Saturday’s Tri-County Track and Field Championships at Shenango’s Glenn “Pop” Johnston Stadium.
Tri-County Track and Field Championships: Mohawk girls claim 13th straight title
You won’t find “Mohawk” too often on the list of first-place finishers from Saturday’s Tri-County Track and Field Championships.
Photo Gallery, Story: Sports Hall of Famers bask in spotlight during annual banquet
Tears were shed, careers were honored and memories were celebrated. Hundreds gathered at the New Englander yesterday to commemorate the 2013 inductees to the Lawrence County Historical Society Sports Hall of Fame.
Photo Gallery, Story: Spring Sports roundup for April 24
The Laurel High softball team struggled at the plate yesterday. The Lady Spartans managed just one hit in a 15-0 WPIAL Section 5-AA home loss to Riverside. The game was stopped after five innings because of the mercy rule.
Must-See Video: How would you describe your own looks to others?
Women are their own worst beauty critics. Only 4 percent of women around the world consider themselves beautiful. To examine that point, a well-known company conducted a compelling social experiment that explores how women view their own beauty.
Photo Gallery, Story: Spring Sports roundup for April 23
The Neshannock High boys tennis tandem of Max Watters and Joe Bullano came up just short yesterday. Watters and Bullano won two matches before falling in the semifinals and then in the consolation round in the WPIAL Section 2-AA Doubles Tournament at Pearson Park.
Photo Gallery, Story: A roundup of spring sports action for April 19
The Laurel High baseball team climbed into playoff contention yesterday. Brandon Ritchie worked around his nine walks by surrendering just three hits, pitching the Spartans to a 9-2 WPIAL Section 5-AA road win over the Lancer
Photos, Story: North-South all-star basketball games
The stars were out in full force at the North-South all-star games. The annual event at Shenango High School pitted some of the best high school basketball seniors from the northern and southern schools of western Pennsylvania on Saturday night.
Photo Gallery, Story: Lawrence County anglers usher in trout season
A brisk, cold morning and cloudy, sometimes rainy, skies greeted residents of Lawrence County on Saturday morning. But that wasn’t enough to keep local fishermen away from their favorite fishing spots as Pennsylvania ushered in the first day of trout season statewide.
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