VentiSei Winery opened last fall in what had been a school house and later a church at 1409 Wilson Ave. on the city’s South Side.
The state police at the New Castle Station have issued an alert that they will be conducting various sobriety checkpoints through the county during the Labor Day weekend, Aug. 30 through Sept. 2.
A South Side man who police say left his dog inside a car at a grocery store in 90-degree weather is facing consequences, including a smashed car window.
An Ohio man is wanted after he ran a posted stop sign last Friday on Highland Avenue and caused an accident that injured multiple people and disengaged a boat that was being towed, police said.
There’s been a lot of talk lately by Lawrence County and city officials regarding blight and what to do about the eyesore, ramshackle buildings that are preventing both future development and a positive perception of the community.
By a 4-1 vote, New Castle city council on Thursday night approved the revised Act 47 exit plan aimed at ending the city’s financially distressed status by 2022.
HARRISBURG — Twelve major telecommunications companies have agreed to take steps to make it easier for people to block illegal robocallers, Attorney General Josh Shapiro announced Thursday.
A Neshannock Township doctor who prescribed quantities of opioid pills outside of the course of his professional practice has pleaded guilty to 14 counts against him in federal court.
HARRISBURG — A legislative proposal to create a pipeline oversight board intended to provide greater transparency and reassure the public that the infrastructures are safe is running into resistance.
Lawrence County commissioner Bob Del Signore last night took exception to comments made earlier this month by New Castle city council. But he didn’t change the minds of anyone on council.
An Ellwood City woman and a Michigan man pulled over on a traffic stop are wanted on drug charges after police reported finding suspected crack cocaine in the car.
CONNEAUT, Ohio — A normal charter fishing trip turned into a life-saving mission on Saturday as Corky Erdman and his four customers were fishing on Lake Erie.
HARRISBURG — The Pennsylvania State Police announced that troopers made 20,143 driving-under-the-influence (DUI) arrests in 2018, which reflects a one percent increase from the total number of DUI arrests (19,963) in 2017. In addition, troopers investigated 4,926 DUI-related crashes in 2018.
More than 200 Mohawk teachers, staff, administrators, custodians, bus drivers and cafeteria workers were treated to breakfast Monday morning.
HARRISBURG — Five of the nine casinos and betting parlors in Pennsylvania that offer sports wagering now take bets online, and the remaining four will likely soon join them, a representative of the state Gaming Control Board said Monday.
The Neshannock Township supervisors last week took the first step toward borrowing $6 million for Pearson Park, Hess Ice Rink and road improvements.
As Paul McNulty parked his vehicle outside the U.S. Department of Justice building on Sept. 11, 2001, he heard that one of New York City’s World Trade Center towers had been hit by an airplane, dismissing it as “a bizarre aviation problem.”
Tracy Scaravino, Perkins’ manager, said she was in the kitchen when she heard the crash, went out to investigate and said the female driver seemed to be OK, but said she was hungry and need to eat. Scaravino then graciously went inside and got her an order of Eggs Benedict until fire and ambulance personnel arrived.
A white Ford pickup truck and a red Pontiac sedan collided at the intersection of Highland and Sheridan avenues on the city’s North Hill yesterday afternoon.
HARRISBURG — Gov. Tom Wolf on Friday announced a sweeping plan to use an executive order to combat gun violence while waiting for the General Assembly to tackle the issue.
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Edward DeMoss Clark, 87, of Oil City passed away on Friday, Aug. 23, 2019 at Penn Highlands Brookville. Funeral arrangements were entrusted to the Gardinier Funeral Home Inc., 1315 Chestnut St., Franklin, PA 16323.