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An event modeled after a Mister Rogers-inspired reading strategy brought together neighbors from three counties to Wilmington High School. [Read More]
The Shenango High volleyball team continued its winning ways on Thursday. [Read More]
Jason Lamont Scott was 17 years old when he was accused of shooting to death a security guard outside of Crestview Gardens apartments on New... [Read More]
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The high school football season is entering the back stretch. [Read More]
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An event modeled after a Mister Rogers-inspired reading strategy brought together neighbors from three counties to Wilmington High School. [Read More]
It's time for Wilmington High's Salute to Service game. [Read More]
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When Eric and Misa McAnallen first met, both were into medieval culture and reenactments with a closet full of medieval costumes. [Read More]
When Neshannock eliminated its girls soccer program during the offseason, Dove Corrette-Bennett wasn't sure what she'd do this fall for her senior year. [Read More]
The Lawrence County commissioners are spending nearly $900,000 for long-needed upgrades at the county jail. [Read More]
A police pursuit through the city's West Side and into Union Township and back Monday resulted in two crashes, including one that severely damaged a... [Read More]
The Pulaski Township supervisors approved a new police contract this week and an agreement for a Dollar General location in the township. [Read More]
It's an event that can help both veterans who are homeless and those who just want to feel at home. [Read More]
Shenango High's Sam Patton, only a sophomore, is already assuming a veteran role as a quarterback according to coach Jimmy Graham. [Read More]
The Mohawk High boys and girls cross country teams defeated Ellwood City Lincoln and Riverside at home on Tuesday. [Read More]
State Rep. Aaron Bernstine isn't done with Markie's Law. [Read More]
The Wilmington PB&J food distribution program is marking its 10th year in operation. [Read More]
Teachers at the Mohawk Area School District received an authorization to strike but will continue working as negotiations for a new contract continue. [Read More]
Ellwood City native Debra McCloskey Todd is making history. [Read More]
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