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Youngstown schools detail snow day make-up plan

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Some board members expressed reservations about the blizzard bags

After escaping from police, the Springfield Township man was on the run for eight hours

He faces several charges

Lawrence County Head Start opens two new programs

By LAURA MILOSER VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- The Lawrence County Head Start

School board fills job of assistant superintendent

The assistant superintendent will be paid $102,000 a year. By LAURA MILOSER VINDICATOR

Custodians and bus drivers have a new three-year pact

The deal passed on a 6-3 vote. By LAURA MILOSER VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT NEW CASTLE, Pa. --

Marr Road bridge gets 5-ton limit

Supervisors are considering sharing new equipment with a township. By LAURA MILOSER VINDICATOR

School buildings designated as county distribution points

The schools were chosen because of their accessibility to county residents. By LAURA MILOSER

LAWRENCE COUNTY Distribution sites sought for food bank program

About 1,700 Lawrence County residents are eligible to participate in the surplus food program. By

Drainage concerns residents of condos

Supervisors said township engineers will look at the drainage system. By LAURA MILOSER

New state grant will aid special education pupils

The program will help pupils to acquire and maintain jobs. By LAURA MILOSER VINDICATOR

Board urged to go slow in hiring superintendent

A former board member said the new board should select the replacement. By LAURA MILOSER

Officials agree to invest in township ordinances

The supervisors plan to adopt a sidewalk ordinance later this month. By LAURA MILOSER VINDICATOR

Mohawk schools to form educational foundation

By LAURA MILOSER VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT BESSEMER, Pa. -- In the future, Mohawk Area School

Residents raise question about zoning law

A company wants to put four residents with special needs in the neighborhood. By LAURA MILOSER

WILMINGTON AREA School board considers bond refinance options

The elementary principal has resigned to accept a position in Florida. By LAURA MILOSER

MOHAWK SCHOOLS Dress code pleases educators

Nonteaching employees were given pay increases of about 10 percent over three years. By LAURA

NESHANNOCK Superintendent retires after 21 years of service

Hink has served three years as superintendent. By LAURA MILOSER VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT

NESHANNOCK Directors hire Seltzer as high school principal

Administrators were given 3.5 percent pay increases. By LAURA MILOSER VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT

Wilmington to have full-day kindergarten

The board also approved the 2005-06 budget. By LAURA MILOSER VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT NEW

SCHOOL DISTRICT Grading policy prompts questions from parents

The board awarded a contract to renovate the softball field. By LAURA MILOSER VINDICATOR

NESHANNOCK SCHOOLS Board relents, gives raise to principal

The board vote was less than unanimous in granting the raise. By LAURA MILOSER VINDICATOR

WILMINGTON AREA SCHOOLS Pupils from other districts won't be accepted

Tight classroom space is one reason for the decision. By LAURA MILOSER VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT

NESHANNOCK Denied pay raise prompts concern

Two members voted against giving the superintendent a pay raise. By LAURA MILOSER VINDICATOR

NESHANNOCK TWP. Officials eye cost recovery

Supervisors also heard complaints about neglected homes. By LAURA MILOSER VINDICATOR

NESHANNOCK SCHOOLS Board approves projects to renovate kitchen, class

Bonds will be sold to pay for the projects. By LAURA MILOSER VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT NEW

NESHANNOCK SCHOOLS Board approves projects to renovate kitchen, class

Bonds will be sold to pay for the projects. By LAURA MILOSER VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT NEW

NESHANNOCK TOWNSHIP Supervisors to vote on banning smoking

Bids for expansion of the ice rink came in higher than expected. By LAURA MILOSER VINDICATOR

Supervisors to vote on banning smoking

Bids for expansion of the ice rink came in higher than expected. By LAURA MILOSER VINDICATOR

NESHANNOCK TOWNSHIP Employee-benefits cost to rise

Bids will be opened on two township projects March 17. By LAURA MILOSER VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT

Employee-benefits cost to rise

Bids will be opened on two township projects March 17. By LAURA MILOSER VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT

WILMINGTON AREA School district joins counseling program

jThe school district joined a statewide campaign. By LAURA MILOSER VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT

NEW CASTLE Grant to help with ice rink expansion

By LAURA MILOSER VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- Neshannock Township supervisors

NEW CASTLE Grant to help with ice rink expansion

By LAURA MILOSER VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- Neshannock Township supervisors

NESHANNOCK TOWNSHIP Supervisors fill seat left vacant by Vogler

The newest supervisor has lived in the township 20 years. By LAURA MILOSER VINDICATOR

NESHANNOCK, PA. Closing off part of park in winter has cut vandalism, officials say

More than 100,000 people frequent the park each year, the director said. By LAURA MILOSER

NESHANNOCK, PA. Closing off part of park in winter has cut vandalism, officials say

More than 100,000 people frequent the park each year, the director said. By LAURA MILOSER

NESHANNOCK SCHOOLS Library to bear name of retired school chief

Scungio served twice as superintendent and also was a school director. By LAURA MILOSER

NESHANNOCK TWP. Officials approve smaller tax rise

Supervisors also increased sewer rates. By LAURA MILOSER VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT NEW CASTLE,

NESHANNOCK TWP. Officials approve smaller tax rise

Supervisors also increased sewer rates. By LAURA MILOSER VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT NEW CASTLE,

NESHANNOCK TWP. Supervisors consider bids for sewer project

One of the low bids was submitted by a Youngstown company. By LAURA MILOSER VINDICATOR

NESHANNOCK TWP. Supervisors consider bids for sewer project

One of the low bids was submitted by a Youngstown company. By LAURA MILOSER VINDICATOR

SMOKE DETECTORS Mandatory use sought

In two recent fire deaths in the county, neither home had smoke detectors. By LAURA MILOSER

WILMINGTON AREA SCHOOLS District moves prom from the high school

The board said goodbye to three of its members. By LAURA MILOSER VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT NEW

NESHANNOCK Repair aid received for storm damage

PennDOT continues plans to widen Mercer Road. By LAURA MILOSER VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT

NESHANNOCK TOWNSHIP Supervisors address sewer backup problem

One problem is storm water getting into sanitary sewer lines. By LAURA MILOSER VINDICATOR

NESHANNOCK SCHOOLS Tax rise is left in limbo after budget is rejected

School directors also put off giving administrators 4 percent pay increases. By LAURA MILOSER

NESHANNOCK SCHOOLS Cost of renovation less than estimated

The board adopted a tentative budget for next fiscal year. By LAURA MILOSER VINDICATOR

Neshannock board insures district against terrorism

The insurance doesn't cover nuclear or biological attacks. By LAURA MILOSER VINDICATOR

NESHANNOCK TOWNSHIP To get liquor license, a hearing is necessary

Officials have approved a resolution that sets the guidelines for such a hearing. By LAURA MILOSER

NESHANNOCK TOWNSHIP Supervisors to hold the line on taxes for 2003 budget

If residents' taxes go up, it won't be because of the township, a supervisor said. By LAURA

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