- New Castle
Two seniors earn Law Day scholarships
Whether a state can require voter photo identification was the topic that clinched scholarships for two high school seniors.
Students clean up New Castle for Global Youth Service Day
The streets of New Castle are looking a lot cleaner today thanks to efforts of 350 high school students. Accompanied by their teachers, the New Castle students descended on the city’s streets yesterday to spruce up the town by bagging litter from the streets and byways.
Be careful, students will be cleaning near roads
More than 350 New Castle students and teachers will be taking part in Global Youth Service Day Cleanup on Friday.
Photo Gallery, Cast List, Preview: New Castle to present ‘Footloose’
Generations will clash once again when New Castle High students perform their 2014 spring musical this week. But that’s just what “Footloose” intends.
Board lengthens business manager contract
The New Castle Area School Board has approved a five-year contract for district business manager Joseph Ambrosini.
George Washington renovations planned
The New Castle Area School District is embarking on more improvements at the George Washington Intermediate School. At its meeting last week, the school board voted 8-0 to hire Eckles Architecture and Engineering to provide professional services for alterations and upgrades to the former swimming pool area of the school.
- New Castle school board action
Meehan named Neshannock superintendent
Terence P. Meehan is the new superintendent at Neshannock Township School District. Board members voted 5-4 last night to fill the post that will be vacated June 30 with the retirement of Dr. Mary Todora.
Retirements, attrition to save district money
A slew of retirements in the New Castle School District may result in savings in the 2014-15 budget. The school district plans to introduce its spending plan next month.
New Castle Schools: Second-grader recognized for reading 200 books
Alexandra Browne of New Castle could very well be Lawrence County’s youngest bookworm. The petite, curly-haired 8-year-old was summoned to the New Castle school board meeting Monday with her parents, Rochelle and Ted Browne, to receive the district’s Pride and Promise award for April.
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