NEW CASTLE —
NEW CASTLE —
The New Visions Destination Downtown Action Team will host a cash mob Saturday in downtown New Castle.
The 22nd annual Wampum Homecoming Weekend is scheduled for this weekend. It is sponsored by the Wampum Area Business Association.
The city of New Castle is tightening regulations and imposing new ones for mobile food and transient vendors.
New Castle City Council has adopted a new fee schedule for Cascade and Darlington parks. The new schedule runs from 2014 through 2016.
Union Township is getting a Holiday Inn Express. John McClure, owner of McClure Realty, said he had closed a transaction Thursday on 3.8 acres on West State Street for the venture, a couple hundred yards west of the Hampton Inn.
The audit report of the Shenango Township pension funds are expected to be released this summer.
Area youth from various Lawrence County churches started lending a helping hand Wednesday to residents in need. The annual Lawrence County Youth Ministries service event brings together students and adults for three days of volunteering. It is part of His Hands Ministries, an initiative involving local churches and volunteers who split into work groups to perform home improvement tasks for elderly and low-income homeowners in the community.
The Lawrence County planning department and New Castle officials are partnering to wipe out neighborhood blight. They plan to start with the city’s Lower East Side.
The movie, “Anonymous People” will be shown at 7:30 p.m. July 30 at Westgate Cinemas.
The Western Pennsylvania Balloon Quest will mark its 25th anniversary this weekend at Union Township’s Scotland Meadows Park.