Fish fare: County native, cookbook author Kathy Hunt to talk seafood in Pittsburgh
Area residents who like seafood will go for this hook, line and sinker. New Castle native Kathy Hunt — cookbook author and syndicated food writer — will appear at 11 a.m. Oct. 26 at the Pittsburgh Public Market.
Neshannock drill goes ‘without a hitch’
A disaster drill last week showed the Neshannock school district is prepared. Dr. Mary Todora, superintendent, noted the drill — which she said “went without a hitch” — was carried out with cooperation of the township police department and school’s security guards.
Homecoming 2013: Check out our video, interview from Neshannock!
It's that time of year again when the hard-hitting action of Friday night football gives way to the elegance and pageantry of homecoming. Every Wednesday, look inside for special photo galleries featuring all attendants on this year's courts. This week: Ellwood City!
New school grading system unveiled Friday
The Pennsylvania Department of Education is rolling out its revamped system of grading schools Friday. One thing will be clear immediately: The state will be using two grading systems — one for schools with lots of poor students and another for every other school in the Commonwealth.
- Schools planning class reunions
Neshannock native ‘a short walk away’ from Navy Yard massacre
Lawrence County native Jim Smiley spent much of yesterday trying to piece together what was going on around him. Smiley, 35, a 1996 Neshannock High graduate, works as an engineering manager for Naval Sea Systems Command and was a “short walk away” from where 13 people were killed yesterday, including alleged gunman Aaron Alexis.
Bus routes studied at Neshannock
It’s not unusual for a child in Lawrence County to ride a bus to and from school. But one Neshannock Township school board member questioned the length of some of the rides in that district.
Neshannock superintendent says students have been charged in alleged bus assault
Neshannock Township school board members this week discussed consequences of a New York bus trip. Board member Amy Na asked at Monday’s meeting if the issue had been resolved. Board members and administrators met in executive session following the meeting to discuss it.
Neshannock Schools: Four students charged in bus incident
Juvenile petitions were filed Thursday against four Neshannock Township high school students. Lawrence County District Attorney Joshua Lamancusa said all four of them are charged with one count each of simple assault and harassment.
Neshannock grad taking trumpet skills to Texas for one of the nation’s premier jazz programs
Josh Kauffman isn’t one to toot his own horn. Well, actually, he is. The 2012 Neshannock High graduate plays the trumpet, a talent that already has earned him a lengthy resume of accomplishments.
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