Tuesday, October 6, 2015 10:28 PM

Weekend Rain Leads to Relocation of Youth Football Games
Tuesday, October 06 2015 08:36am
- Jonathan Cortez - Journalist

The Ellwood City Little Wolverines were supposed to play three games on Sunday afternoon. The day was to be the organization’s Senior Night for 6th Graders. However, following the Junior Varsity game on Saturday, Athletic Director Darin Morella chose to cancel the PowderPuff games scheduled for 4 p.m. and the Little Wolverines games on Sunday. The games were relocated to Central Valley. According to the ECLW, this resulted in lower attendance, an estimated loss of … Continue reading

Route 2017 Fifth Street Sign Installation Tuesday in Ellwood City
Tuesday, October 06 2015 07:45am
- Press Releases

PennDOT District 11 is announcing sign installation work on Route 2017 (Fifth Street) in Ellwood City, Lawrence County will occur on Tuesday, October 6 weather permitting. Short-term lane restrictions will occur as needed at the intersection of Route 2017 and Lawrence Avenue (Route 351) as crews from Strongstown’s B&K Enterprises, Inc. install overhead directional signs.  Work will occur from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Tuesday. Motorists should use caution and slow down when traveling … Continue reading

Ellwood City Little Wolverines Presents Concerns to Ellwood City School Board
Tuesday, October 06 2015 07:24am
- EllwoodCity.org Staff

Over thirty parents and children arrived at the Ellwood City school board’s agenda meeting yesterday in response to the Athletic Director’s decision to forbid the use of Helling Stadium to the Ellwood City Little Wolverines on Sunday due to rain on Saturday. The decision was made with concerns to safety and potential damages to the field and the board stated it supported the action taken by Athletic Director Darin Morrella. The visitors, collectively representing the … Continue reading

Open Enrollment: What you Need to Know
Monday, October 05 2015 10:23am
- Robert A. Powell - Ameriprise Financial

The benefits package your employer offers is a valuable part of your total compensation. Making the right choices is critical and it’s worth spending the time to get it right. Use the “Open enrollment” season as an opportunity to review plan options, ask important questions and make informed benefits choices you’ll feel good about all year. It isn’t uncommon for many of us to simply check the boxes to continue our current benefits. Maintaining the … Continue reading

Mayor Presents Commendation to Local Church
Monday, October 05 2015 08:29am
- Press Releases

On October 11, 2015, the Love Hope Baptist Church on 400 Wayne Avenue, Ellwood City  will celebrate its existence of 96 Years with an eventful celebration! Mayor Anthony J. Court presented to James Johnson, the Associate Pastor, and Art Shakespeare, Chairman of the Church’s Deacon Board, with a Commendation for the celebration of 96 wonderful years within the community and the strong faith by the churches’ parishioners. Commendation “Except the LORD build the house, they … Continue reading

Saxon Club Hosts Benefit Dinner
Monday, October 05 2015 08:07am
- Press Releases

Spaghetti, Soup and Dessert Benefit Dinner For Kristen Yurik Sunday, October 18, 2015, The Saxon Club 1:00 P.M. – 8:00 P.M. Kristen Yurik was seriously hurt in a motorcycle accident a month ago. Although she is now in stable condition, she has a long road to recovery. She is the mother of two small beautiful children with no means of support for them while she is recovering. Friends have provided this dinner to help with … Continue reading

Relay for Life October Events
Monday, October 05 2015 08:05am
- Press Releases

Search for Committee Members Our Relay committee is still looking for individuals who would like to be involved in the planning of Relay For Life 2016. Help is needed in the registering of survivors in the community and building on inviting new teams to join. We are also looking for an assistant chairperson. You are invited to join us at our committee meetings to learn more about these openings and other places your help is … Continue reading

Ellwood, Riverside Above Average in PSSA Exams
Friday, October 02 2015 10:45am
- EllwoodCity.org Staff

The State Department of Education has released scores for the 2014-2015 PSSA exams. The good news is that Ellwood and Riverside students scored above state average in most cases. The somewhat bad news is that mathematics scores are low for everyone. A passing score on the PSSA is ranked as either “proficient” or “advanced.” The state average scores for proficient and advanced in mathematics were lower than 50% in all grades that took the exam … Continue reading

Police: Theft and DUI
Friday, October 02 2015 07:09am
- EllwoodCity.org Staff

DUI According to the police report, on September 12 around 1:00 a.m., a State Police officer arrived at Scott Wallace Road, Little Beaver Township, in response to a domestic dispute call. The investigating officer observed a driver pulling into the residence. The driver was identified as Donald Lee Jurasko, 32, of Enon Valley, who was visibly intoxicated. He was arrested and charged with two counts of driving under the influence and driving while operating privilege … Continue reading

Farmers’ Market Extends to October 10, 2015
Friday, October 02 2015 07:05am
- Press Releases

Originally scheduled to wrap up on October 3rd, Ellwood City Revitalization’s Farmers’ Market has agreed to extend the market one more week to accommodate plentiful produce and additional offerings from local vendors. The Ellwood City Revitalization’s EC Farmers’ Market has been extremely successful this year, and due to continued success with fall crops, baked goods, poultry and beef, the market has responded to the wishes of more than one vendor to extend the Farmers’ Market … Continue reading

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