Intermediate unit hosting 5-K in Neshannock
The Midwestern Intermediate Unit IV is hosting the second annual Let Me Win 5-K Run/Walk. Runners and walkers of all ages may participate in the April 26 event at Neshannock High School’s John Thompson Memorial Trail, 3834 Mitchell Road.
Neshannock kindergarten make-up day scheduled
Neshannock elementary has set a make-up day for kindergarten registration.
Photos, Preview, Cast List: ‘Pajama Game’ returns to Neshannock
At Neshannock High School, drama is serious business. The spring musical is one of THE events of the year at Neshannock, and this weekend’s production of “The Pajama Game” will be no exception.
Neshannock superintendent gets more responsibilities
With less than three months remaining before her retirement, Neshannock’s superintendent of schools is filling two job vacancies. The board this week appointed Dr. Mary Todora as acting business manager and school treasurer.
Happy homecoming: Septic shock left Neshannock girl in a battle for her life
Emma Hanaway turned 10 last week. It was a birthday that almost didn’t happen. A month ago, health professionals couldn’t assure Michael and Cheryl Hanaway that their only child would make it.
Neshannock sets tax hike limit
The Neshannock school board does not expect to raise taxes this year. But members are prepared if the need arises. The board adopted a resolution setting a limit for any property tax increase it could impose for next year.
Fund set up for victims of fire
A bank account has been established to help the Neshannock Township family whose house burned Wednesday morning. Donations may be made at ESB Bank to help the family of Jennifer Bees and her children, James Cross, 16, Jessica McAllister, 11, and Jolene Bees, 6, of 1245 Kings Chapel Road.
Football Signing Day: Jeffries, McFarland choose their schools
Whether you’re talking about 6-foot-5, 270-pound Neshannock High senior Steven Jeffries or 5-9, 175 Mohawk senior Shane McFarland, the word fits.
Oakland's Zookeeper: Neshannock High graduate leading the cheers for Pitt’s zany student section.
From the Lancer Lunatics to the Oakland Zoo, Jordan Shoup has seen it all. The 2010 Neshannock High graduate and current University of Pittsburgh student has led both schools’ student sections.
Fugitive apprehended after school lockdowns, search
What allegedly started as an argument over who would drive turned into a jail stay for a Neshannock Township man. Michael David Boros Jr., 26, of 203 W. Clen-Moore Blvd., faces charges of simple assault, harassment, flight to avoid apprehension and disorderly conduct.
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