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Bessemer names new councilwoman
Bessemer Borough has a new council member. Council on Monday named Melinda Scurlock to fill the seat of Ryan Ray, who resigned with 3 1/2 years left in his term because he moved out of the borough.
New Castle Y names new leader
Richard “Dick” P. Lyons is the new chief executive officer of the New Castle Community YMCA. He replaces Bill Lutz, who served in the position for the past 10 years.
Test drilling to impact traffic in Bessemer
Work to conduct drilling activities on South Main Street in Bessemer is scheduled to begin Thursday.
Red Cross seeks donors for local blood drives
Summer is traditionally a time when blood donations drop and the American Red Cross is reporting a decline in donors.
Halltown Road in North Beaver to close
Work will begin this month on a bridge replacement on Wampum Road at Halltown Road in North Beaver Township.
Sanitation authority buys former restaurant
The New Castle Sanitation Authority plans to move its office to the former Hudson Lunch building.
County court matron jobs eliminated
Two antiquated job titles in the Lawrence County courts no longer exist after a county salary board meeting Tuesday.
Bike show to benefit dyslexia center
Motorcycles will be on display tomorrow to help children with dyslexia.
Rothfus sets mobile office hours
The staff of U.S. Rep. Keith Rothfus will have mobile office hours for the Ellwood City area Tuesday.
Arts, fireworks join forces this weekend for a two-day downtown festival
Lawrence County residents look forward to the annual fireworks festival in New Castle, the Fireworks Capital of America. The designation became a registered trademark in 2006 and its official celebration draws crowds each year.
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