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Small Business Saturday helps build local economy
Wednesday, November 26 2014 01:02pm
- Ryan Shaffer

Thriving towns all need solid support from dedicated community members.  On Saturday, Nov. 29, the community has a chance to come together and provide a positive impact on the local economy as businesses celebrate Small Business Saturday. Bob Rivers, owner of National Grind coffee shop on Lawrence Avenue and board of directors member of the Ellwood City Chamber of Commerce, discussed the importance in shopping local this time of year. “It’s a great way to … Continue reading

Corona D’Italia meeting notes
Wednesday, November 26 2014 10:30am
- Staff

Corona D’Italia Lodge 807 officers and members held their monthly meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 12, at Pizza Joe’s restaurant. President Clemmy Sirimarco hosted the luncheon, and Lee Ann Houk, Mary Ann Sirimarco, and Mary Jane Folino served the food.  Valerie Valentino presented candy bar favors to everyone. The business session followed the meal with treasurer Louise Vitullo reporting on all the lodge accounts.  She reminded members to verify their beneficiary information by contacting her.  She … Continue reading

Christmas dinner served to 1954 LHS class
Wednesday, November 26 2014 08:33am
- Staff

Pudue La Cava hosted the Christmas dinner for the 1954 Lincoln High School class’ “Bridges to Lincoln ‘HI'” committee at her home on Friday, Nov. 14. The group gathered at the beautifully decorated house, and gave a special welcome to local chairpersons James Spielvogel and James Gillespie, along with mid-Atlantic chairpersons Patty and John Tino of Maryland.  Southern chairpersons Bonnie (Graham) and Ed Kirkley were unable to attend. La Cava provided an Italian dinner made … Continue reading

Ellwood City to honor fallen firefighters 25 years later
Tuesday, November 25 2014 12:59pm
- Ryan Shaffer

On Saturday, Dec. 6, at 11 a.m., the Ellwood City Volunteer Fire Department will hold a memorial service to pay tribute to two firefighters who lost their lives fighting a structure fire on Lawrence Avenue.  Nearly 25 years ago, on Dec. 4, 1989, David “Ernie” Martino and Paul Frederick entered the Elton Hotel, formerly located in the vacant lot between PNC Bank and Nido’s Beauty Salon, and never came back out.  Fire chief Rick Myers … Continue reading

Cash mob this Saturday
Tuesday, November 25 2014 08:24am
- Staff

The Cash Mob of Ellwood City will be heading to Glamorous Tanning, located at 605 Lawrence Ave., for its Small Business Saturday shopping spree. This Saturday, Nov. 29, all interested parties should gather at the community plaza on the 500 block of Lawrence Avenue equipped with at least $20.  Once the mob is assembled, it will walk to Glamorous Tanning and shop in support of downtown business. Most every store in town will be fully … Continue reading

Annual workshop, trip to Israel, among Rotary Club topics
Tuesday, November 25 2014 08:05am
- Staff

The Rotary Club of Ellwood City held its weekly meeting on Nov. 13 at the Connoquenessing Country Club.  President Alisa Hatchett opened the meeting by asking Bruce Thalmann to lead in the singing of “God Bless America.”  Louise Carroll gave the blessing, while Ann Mason administered and won the 50/50 drawing. Guest speaker Herman Feldman discussed his recent trip to Israel.  He compared present day Israel to the 1948 version, and explained how the population … Continue reading

Donation presented to Ellwood City Police K9 unit
Monday, November 24 2014 08:13am
- Press Releases

On Thursday, Nov. 20, a $1,000 donation was presented to the Ellwood City Police Department’s K9 unit from the Lawrence County K9 Safety Fund. The donation was presented by program co-chairs Rudy Spielvogel and Brenda Phillips to help with the cost of a kennel for Ellwood City’s two police dogs, Jozek and Ranger.  Accepting the donation on behalf of the Ellwood City Police Department K9 unit were Lt. David Kingston and Mayor Anthony J. Court. Anyone interested in donating to the … Continue reading

Golden Agers of Bell Memorial Presbyterian honored
Monday, November 24 2014 08:06am
- Staff

The Golden Agers of Bell Memorial Presbyterian Church were honored with a dinner on Sunday, Nov.16 following worship. Picture, Left to Right – Seated -Pat Graham, Mary Jean Schlemmer, Jim Schlemmer, Louise Carroll, Betty Freson, Walt Freson and Peggy Campbell. 2nd Row -Marjory Ferrese, Betty Fontana, Laura McConahy, Mary Ann Gearhart, Rose Stasick, Betty Rice, Ed Marshall and Betty Marshall. Back row -Frank Wallace, Dottie Wallace, Doris Keane, Paul McConahy, John Stasick, Rev. Bill King … Continue reading

Ellwood City Public Library Activities for Holiday Week
Monday, November 24 2014 08:04am
- Staff

Activities taking place during the week of November 24th at the Ellwood City Area Public Library include the following: Tuesday, November 25, at 4:00 p.m. – The Library’s 100th Anniversary Committee members will meet to discuss plans for the 2015 year. Call the library at 724-758-6458 for more information. The library will be closed on Thursday, November 27, in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday. Normal hours will resume on Friday. A “Holiday Story Time” will … Continue reading

POLICE: Man faces charges for child pornography
Friday, November 21 2014 09:47pm
- Staff

An Ellwood City man faces several charges in relation to child pornography According to the report, Preston Jacob St. Clair, 25, of 1217 Hickernell Rd., was arrested by the state attorney general’s office after investigators discovered that he allegedly downloaded and distributed child pornography from his personal computer. St. Clair’s computer showed up during a routine online investigation on July 29.  After discovering that a file of interest, the attorney general office traced 613 files to his … Continue reading

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