Restored World War I Howitzer dedicated
A World War I cannon was restored by local school students who read accounts from local soldiers as part of their project.
New Castle introduces budget with no tax hike
The New Castle school district’s proposed budget has no tax increase and will not tap into its fund balance.
City district last to OK vo-tech budget
A majority of member school districts has approved the Lawrence County Career and Technical Center budget.
VoTech teachers to vote on contract
Teachers at the Lawrence County Career and Technical Center plan to vote on a new contract Wednesday. The school’s joint operating committee gave tentative approval to a three-year agreement for the 32-member Lawrence County Vocational Technical Education Association last week.
- Class reunions set for Mohawk, Wilmington and New Castle
Setbacks no deterrent to achieving diploma
The morning David Fye picked up his graduation cap and gown was a meaningful one. True, he had to squeeze it in between work, school and family.
Wilmington seeking tax increase
The Wilmington school district is asking for a 2014-2015 tax increase greater than the 2.8 percent state index. The district is seeking 5.29 percent in Lawrence County and 3.04 percent in Mercer County.
Visual goes virtual at Neshannock
End-of-the-year art shows — nearly every school has one to showcase the works of its students. Generally, they’re an easy sell to parents and grandparents, who are eager for their opportunity to see what their progeny have created.
Shenango proposes budget with no tax hike
The Shenango school board has introduced a $16.4 million budget that requires no tax increase. The $16,447,678 spending plan for the 2014-15 school year is $627,886 higher than the current year’s budget.
Mohawk introduces 2014-15 budget
The Mohawk school board introduced a budget with no tax increase, but that could change. The plan anticipates expenditures of $24,002,357.
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