Megan Heath was crowned 2019 homecoming queen at Neshannock High School, the last of the county schools to chose their fall royalty.
Arts + Education at the Hoyt will join more than 8,000 organizations across the country on Oct. 24 to celebrate Lights On After School, a nationwide event organized by the After School Alliance to recognize the important role afterschool programs play in the lives of children, their families…
Some of Jolene Connelly’s best childhood memories involved time spent with her grandmother, who worked at a garment factory that dealt with furs.
A blue heron stands in the Neshannock Creek on Oct. 2. The bird is one of the many forms of wildlife that can be spotted on the stream.
LEFT: Neshannock Creek Fly Shop is a destination for local fisherman looking for equipment or supplies, or for someone learning to fly fish. ABOVE: Chris Hawthorne, from the Troy Hill neighborhood in Pittsburgh, casts a line in the Neshannock Creek on Oct. 2.
Bob Shuey, the former owner of Neshannock Creek Fly Shop and now an employee, rings up an order for Nathan Kacey, a customer who traveled to the store from South Park Township in Allegheny County.
It once was that schools provide their students with the basics of education — reading, writing and arithmetic. Now, a new basic has been added — computer coding.
Applications are being accepted for the 2019A funding round of the Northwest Commission’s Greenways Block Grant (GBG) program for projects slated to advance recreation, conservation, and heritage initiatives throughout the eight-county region.
People who conduct all of their business online don’t know what they’re missing. They could be getting lots of neat stuff in the mailbox, like I do.
The purpose of a bereavement luncheon after a funeral is typically to start the healing process for friends and family who are suffering a loss.
Five Lawrence County high schools crowned their homecoming royalty Friday night while two others were crowned this weekend.
Dear Dave: I’ve heard lots of different theories and recommendations when it comes to paying off debt. Why do you advise paying off debts from smallest to largest? -- Marlee
Bishop David Zubik has appointed former KDKA-TV anchor Jennifer Antkowiak as executive director for community relations of the Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh.
Destin DeMarion first dropped his fishing line in the water at the tender age of 3 and the current professional angler admits that’s when he was hooked for life.
PennDOT on Tuesday reminded Pennsylania residents that in exactly one year -- October 1, 2020 --federal enforcement of the REAL ID Act will begin at airports and secure federal facilities nationwide.
Two Lawrence County natives will be among four outstanding Slippery Rock University graduates who will be honored as Distinguished Alumni at the 2019 Distinguished Alumni Awards Dinner.
Early autumn is a great time to watch all four professional sports: football, baseball, hockey, and basketball. It’s also Medicare’s Open Enrollment Period (OEP) that begins on Oct. 15 and runs through Dec. 7 every year. Any changes will be effective on Jan. 1 of the following year.
Does your dog whine when he sees you heading for the door? Are shredded pillows a frequent welcome home from work? Does your otherwise housetrained pooch have a problem with accidents in your absence?
A couple of weeks ago, one of my friends arrived at church just a few minutes before the service was to begin. She was wearing a lovely floor-length skirt and I complimented her on it.
Dear Dave: I know you talk about having an emergency fund of three to six months of expenses set aside. My husband and I are having a difficult time agreeing on exactly how much we should set aside for emergencies. How do you determine the exact amount? — Erin
Memories of her 11-year-old son Noah confiding nightmares about his mother dying following her cancer diagnosis prompts tears with Melissa Philson, a 47-year-old Butler County Community College assistant professor.
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Mary Estelle Lynch, 83, passed away on Aug. 28, 2019, in Oxford, Florida. Born in New Castle on April 20, 1936, Mary was a daughter of the late Chester Leroy and Geraldine Smiley. Preceding her in death on April 25, 2014, was her husband, Francis William Lynch, whom she married on April 23, …
Katherine A. Robison, 85, of New Castle passed away the evening of Oct. 16, 2019, at Avalon Place. Born on Dec. 12, 1933, in West Middlesex, she was a daughter of the late Frank and Rose A. Higel Nettinger. On Aug. 7, 1954, Katherine married her beloved husband, Robert Dale Robison Sr., who …