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Warner Film Center wants to send you away
The board of the Warner Film Center wants to send you away. The non-profit organization is offering a chance to win three trips. They will be given away this summer.
Mohawk senior shines at county trivia contest
Mohawk senior Katelyn Byers retired this year as the undisputed champion of the Lawrence County Historical Society Trivia competition. Over the last four years, Katelyn won four Individual and three team championships.
City pension fund continues positive trend
New Castle’s employee pension fund continues its positive trend. As of March 31, the total of the portfolio was $26,827,239 as reported by the investment managers at the quarterly meeting of the pension fund board of trustees last night.
You can pay your city taxes after hours
You don’t have to wait until New Castle city hall opens to pay your taxes. As a service to taxpayers, the city treasurer’s office has placed a drop box by the Grant Street entrance of city hall.
Making a Difference: Faith leads Gary Mitchell from felony conviction to minister of the word
Another in a weekly series: Gary Mitchell received the City Rescue Mission’s Joe Jameson Volunteer Award on Saturday. The honor, bestowed at the Mission’s annual Volunteer Appreciation Dinner, is named for a longtime volunteer and Rescue Mission supporter and given to a person who demonstrates the same effort and humility that Joe Jameson did.
Special Section: You can say ‘thank you’ to the ’Canes!
It was a season like no other in New Castle basketball history. Now, it’s time to say thanks for the special memories. You can share your gratitude with members of the team and coaching staff in a special section we’re producing at The News.
New meters will save you — and the city — money
The parking experience has changed in downtown New Castle with the installation of new meters. Not only are the meters up to date, but there are fewer of them.
Historical society features CCC
America’s Civilian Conservation Corps, “the tree soldiers,” turns 80 this year. In celebration of this milestone, the CCC will be featured at Wednesday’s meeting of the Lawrence County Historical Society.
Children’s author engages Mohawk Head Start students in reading fun
The bulletin board in the Head Start classroom at Mohawk Elementary School spelled out, “Welcome, Suzanne Bloom.” The greeting was for the children’s author/illustrator from Binghamton, N.Y.
Union hires principal
Michael Ross has been named the new principal at Union High School. Ross was hired during a special meeting Tuesday night.
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