Spring has sprung. There is finally some green where there was only gray, and sounds of birds welcome the morning sun.
Well we all survived the holidays (save a few bouts of the stomach flu), school is back in session and the year is off to a great start.
We just received a brand new, wrapped in shiny black poly, water main line on our street. Since I lived through the entire procedure, I thought I would write a few tips on what to expect, if you ever get one.
My friend and fellow diner at Chuck Tanner's, Tim Harlan, approached me with something he wanted me to consider. He said he wanted me to fill in for him playing the piano at the Church of Genesis.
As summer vacation draws to a close (I am trying to not slow clap right now, but it's proving to be difficult) I cannot help but reflect on some very valuable lessons learned.
I can no longer keep up with all the new electronic gadgets coming out. I feel like I'm living in the stone age when I see people with iPads, phones and laptops.
With this week being the last full week of school for my kids, I have decided to make myself a list of all of the summer activities I will be engaging in for the next several weeks.
I have lived at my present location for 50 years. It wasn't until the other day that I finally got to witness something I've never seen before.
Samuel P. Ames, 91, of New Castle passed away the evening of Feb. 18, 2021, at Shenango on the Green Nursing Home. Samuel was born on Aug. 28, 1929, in Ottawa, Illinois. He was the son of the late Walter A. and Alice B. (Parnell) Ames. Samuel was married to the former Helen Tomco. They were …