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Mahoning Townshp fire Chief Francis "Poncho" Exposito described Friday night's train derailment fire in East Palestine, Ohio, as "the largest fire I've ever seen." [Read More]
One season in Class 6A and the New Castle High boys basketball is already atop the section standings. [Read More]
The Shenango High boys basketball team came up short Sunday afternoon. [Read More]
Adam Stillwaggon remembers an activity he participated in when he was a student teacher in Mercer County — raising trout fish in class. [Read More]
Two Lawrence County high school boys basketball standouts hit career milestones Friday night. [Read More]
South New Castle Borough has received a Transportation Improvement Grant that will be used for the milling and paving of South Jefferson Street, from Balph... [Read More]
Anthony Cioffi is back leading New Castle's code enforcement department. [Read More]
The New Castle High boys basketball traveled to Central Catholic High School in search of a section championship and a shot at redemption on Friday. [Read More]
The Lawrence County Economic Development Corporation no longer has Linda Nitch as its executive director. [Read More]
An Ellwood City man is in jail facing 50 charges for child pornography involving a 12-year-old girl with whom he reportedly had a relationship. [Read More]
Lia Krarup helped pave the Wilmington High girls basketball team to a win Thursday night. [Read More]
The Neshannock High girls basketball team celebrated with coach Luann Grybowski prior to the start of its game against Riverside on Thursday. [Read More]
Aiken Refuse is here to stay. [Read More]
A Boardman, Ohio window and door contractor is now facing five sets of criminal charges in Lawrence County for reportedly taking money from customers without... [Read More]
The City of New Castle had more than $1 million in delinquent real estate property taxes in 2022. [Read More]
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The Mohawk High girls basketball team grabbed a one-point lead against Ellwood City Lincoln in the first quarter. [Read More]
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The autopsy of a woman murdered Monday in Ellwood City revealed she was shot five times. [Read More]
Around the spring primary time each year, many candidates come out with announcements that they intend to run for public office. [Read More]
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