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The New Bedford Presbyterian Church is presenting Breakfast in Bethlehem from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. Dec. 14 at the church located at 151 Woodland Drive in Pulaski, the corner of Woodland Drive and Marr Road in Pulaski.

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The New Bedford Presbyterian Church is presenting Breakfast in Bethlehem from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. Dec. 14 at the church located at 151 Woodland Drive in Pulaski, the corner of Woodland Drive and Marr Road in Pulaski.

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While they may not have had the most points in their 33-21 PIAA loss to Avonworth, on Nov. 29, the Wilmington Greyhounds still proved themselves winners on the football field.

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A New Castle man is facing charges filed this week after Neshannock Township police reported finding him passed out in his car in a restaurant lot with his engine running.

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SHARON – Sharon Historical Society will present “Urban Renewal: A Pictorial History,” a look at Sharon’s South Ward downtown redevelopment, at 7 p.m. Wednesday in the council chambers of the Sharon City Building.

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PITTSBURGH – Sharon City School District was the first identified victim of what U.S. Department of Justice officials are calling some of the biggest cyber criminals in the world.

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SANDY CREEK TOWNSHIP – A Sandy Creek Township man was hit by a vehicle and killed Friday night after going to his roadside mailbox.

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Thursday was the deadline for Lawrence County candidates and others who spent money on campaign literature to file financial statements showing how much they spent and for what.

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Property taxes will remain at current levels in Neshannock Township, but wage earners will be paying more in 2020.

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SHARON – A Sharon man arrested in connection with accusations that he raped a 14-year-old girl waived his right Thursday to a preliminary hearing.

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Ellwood City Medical Center employees learned by text message Friday that they would not be receiving paychecks that day — the latest development in ongoing concerns at the troubled hospital.

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PINE TOWNSHIP – An 89-year-old woman was killed about noon Thursday in a two-vehicle accident along Interstate 80.

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PITTSBURGH – Federal prosecutors released an indictment Thursday against a Russian citizen in connection with attempts to hack multiple U.S. organizations, including the Sharon City School District.

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A new tree festival in Pulaski Township is celebrating the holiday season — and raising money to help the community.

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After nearly 50 years as Lawrence County’s maintenance superintendent, Frank Piccari will retire Dec. 31 — sort of.

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AKRON, Ohio — With the holiday season underway, FirstEnergy Corp. invites customers to show off their best and brightest outdoor holiday light displays by entering the company's annual "Merry & Bright" Holiday Lights Contest for a chance to win a weekly prize.

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HARRISBURG – The 50-year fight over whether to arm local police with radar for speed enforcement has taken another turn. The House is poised to pass legislation to allow radar use in many local police departments, but its proposal would bar part-time police departments and part-time officers from using the equipment.

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SHARON – About 20 members of the Phi Theta Phi fraternity at Thiel College descen ded on downtown Sharon Tuesday in their annual effort to drum up support for patients at UPMC Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh.

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The Laurel School District and interim superintendent Leonard A. Rich are entrenched in contract negotiations that would keep him with the district for the next three years.

Obituaries

Phyllis Ann Hays, 92, of New Castle passed away the evening of Dec. 5, 2019, at her home. Per her wishes, private services will be held later this week at the Noga Funeral Home.

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