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Water company to change treatment process
The Pennsylvania American Water Co. will change the way it treats water in the New Castle district beginning in August. Customers are being informed through a newsletter sent to their homes and businesses in the last few days.
Battery B ceremony set for Saturday
The Boys of Battery B will be remembered Saturday in Mount Jackson. The light artillery unit, many of whom were recruited from the Mount Jackson area, served during the American Civil War.
Cash mob planned in Ellwood City
Ellwood City will host a cash mob in the downtown Saturday. Members of the public are being invited to participate in the event, where people gather with the intention of spending $20 each on goods or services at a specific downtown business.
Back to the 50’s returns Friday to Cascade Park
A gorgeous outdoor setting, showplace classic cars and nostalgic music add up to a weekend of summertime fun. The 28th annual event is back — Back to the 50’s Weekend, that is.
County tax deadline nears
Property owners are reminded the deadline for paying Lawrence County 2014 taxes is July 7.
Photo Gallery, Story: Annual Italian Festival provides sights, sounds, tastes of old country
The annual Italian Festival returned this weekend to Cascade Park. Traditional Italian and fair foods, as well as arts and crafts, carnival games, T-shirt booths and souvenir stands, lined the midway. Classic Italian music filled the park as Italian singers and bands took to the stage and sang and played a variety of styles.
Photo Gallery, Story: Church of Genesis food outreach celebrates five years of feeding families
Nothing much, director Freeda Grossman says, has changed in the five-year history of The Neighborhood Pantry.Still, there is one big difference.
Mohawk OKs budget with no tax increase
The Mohawk school board approved a $24,002,357 budget with no tax increase.
Veterans expert to be available
A department service officer from the American Legion will be in New Castle next week.
Union OKs budget with no tax hike
The Union Area School Board has adopted a $11,250,000 budget with no tax increase for the next school year. The 2014-15 spending plan is an increase of $600,000 from the current year’s budget.
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