Across Lawrence County this week, students started to trickle back into school as summer draws to a close and the academic year begins again.
New Castle City Council has requested that a question to create a home rule study and a panel to execute it be placed on the November ballot.
There are a variety of things parents try to make sure their children have before they go back to school — clothes, book bags, pens, notebooks, computer access.
In all areas of life, exhaustive preparation may not guarantee success, but it assures the best chance of it.
We’ll drink to that. Ellwood City area residents were expected to be among the first this week to start receiving water from a new $50 million treatment plant in New Beaver Borough.
We’re glad to see Mayor Anthony Mastrangelo end his legal challenge to the Dollar General project on the North Hill.
For many years I have made it a practice of having a time of devotion early in the morning. I like to spend this time outside, preferably at sunrise.
We were saddened this week to hear of the deaths of two of the city’s legendary businessmen. Nick Caldararo, 88, passed away Tuesday in Cranberry Township. If the name is not familiar to you, certainly the business that he founded and its advertising slogan is: “Nick’s Auto Body — Trust Your…
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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.