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Notice of Tax Office Hours

The municipal building tax office will be changing hours for the next two months. In November the office will be open only on Wednesdays from 10-3. In December the office will be open Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday from 10-3.


Super Soren’s Super Ziti Dinner Fundraiser

Sunday, November 5, 2017 Wurtemburg Fire Hall, 425 Portersville Road, Ellwood City, PA 16117 1pm – 4pm Ziti, meatball, Italian bread, salad, dessert, soft drink. $15 adults. $10 kids. Musical entertainment. 50/50 raffles. There will be an Enchanted Fairtytale Princess there to greet the kids. Huge basket auction. Everyone gets a chance at the door prize – an autographed picture of Steelers’ Antonio Brown. A limited number of event tickets will be available at the door. Please consider purchasing tickets in advance from National Grind coffee shop, Lawrence Ave., EC; Blocher Jewelers in Franklin Plaza, EC.; call Mary Boschini Prence…


Old Photo Friday: Then and Now

Thanks to the courtesy of the Ellwood City Historical Society, we have a box full of old photos to use for Old Photo Friday! This is the first of the Then and Now series we will be posting from time to time. The old photo’s years are listed on the caption of each photo. If you have any old photos you’d like to send in to contribute to Old Photo Friday please send them to ecstaff@ellwoodcity.org.


Mayor Donates Basket to Super Soren Fund Raiser

Mayor Anthony J. Court of Ellwood City was honored to donate a basket for a fundraiser that will take place to support the rehabilitation costs for Soren Flook, a young boy who survived a tragic accident. A Ziti Dinner fundraiser will be held on Sunday, November 5, 2017 at the Wurtemburg Fire Hall from 1p-4p. There will be a huge “basket” auction, and a autographed photo of Steelers’ “Antonio Brown” Door Prize. Festivities will also include “An Enchanted Fairytale Princess” in attendance. Proceeds of the fundraiser will go the “Super Soren Fund”. The Ziti Dinner includes Ziti, Meatball, Salad, Italian…


Documentary “Project 22” Coming to BC3 at Lawrence Crossing

New Castle, PA – BC3 at Lawrence Crossing on Nov. 14 will offer a free public screening of “Project 22,” an April 2015 documentary created by two young combat veterans and one that heightens awareness about post-traumatic stress disorder and suicide among those who served in recent wars, the president of the college’s Student Veterans Association said. “Project 22” will be shown at 2849 W. State St., New Castle, from 12:45 p.m. to 2:15 p.m. “The paramount thing that comes to mind is that you are not alone in thinking about suicide and you are certainly not alone in having…


Ellwood City PD Issues Fraud Warning

The Ellwood City Police Department issued the following warning to area residents: The Police Department has received inquiries about a possible scam involving local utilities (Electric, Gas, Water and Sewage). A resident reported receiving a call (Red Flag #1) that their utility bill was past due and their utility would be shut off if the individual didn’t WIRE MONEY (Red flag #2) to them in the next 20 minutes (Red Flag #3). The individual made contact with the Utility Company to discover that they would not contact them in such a manner to get payment on a past due account….


Corona D’italia Lodge #807 October Meeting

Corona D’italia Lodge #807 held their Columbus Day Dinner on Saturday, October 07, 2:00 PM at the Wolverine Restaurant. Arriving guests were registered by Treasurer, Louise Vitullo and her member, daughter, Patty Kuhn. Trustee, Pudue LaCava, directed seating for the sit down dinner. Orator, Valerie Valentino, assisted by Historian, Mary Jane Folino, presented each person in attendance with a gift wrapped ToDo List with pen. Mistress of Ceremony, Mary Quintanilla, welcomed the attendees and spoke on the accomplishments of Christopher Columbus, expressing appreciation for our Italian Heritage and this celebration. She recognized, President, Clemmy Sirimarco,who also expressed gratitude for this…


Police Reports: Local Man Arrested Last Night, Possessing Several Grams of Cocaine

Local Man Arrested Last Night, Possessing Several Grams of Cocaine According to the police report last night around 3a.m. an Ellwood City officer observed a suspicious vehicle parked on Bridge Street with the headlights on. At this time a female was observed in the drivers seat. Officers observed a male from a neighboring residence walk towards the vehicle which had now been parked and without any headlights on, he entered the drivers seat and started driving. After failing to use proper traffic turn signals while turning onto another road the officer activated the emergency lights as he was turning to…


14th National Take-Back Initiative

The Ellwood City Police Department in conjunction with the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA)  has scheduled another National Prescription Drug Take Back Day which will take place on Saturday, October 28, 2017 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., across the country.   This is a great opportunity for those who missed the previous events, or who have subsequently accumulated unwanted, unused and expired prescription drugs, to safely dispose of those medications. Ellwood City Police Department will once again participate in this event. Unwanted, unused and expired prescription drugs can be safely disposed of at the ELLWOOD CITY MUNICIPAL BUILDING at the rear…


Senate Adopts Emissions Test Elimination Impact Study

The State Senate today approved a Resolution initiating a study on the environmental impact of eliminating the vehicle emissions program in Beaver County, among other counties, according to Senator Elder Vogel, Jr. Senate Resolution 168 instructs the Joint State Government Commission, a bipartisan research agency of the General Assembly, to conduct a comprehensive analysis of the potential impact of removing all Third, Fourth, and Fifth Class counties from the vehicle emissions testing program, as well as provide recommendations for Pennsylvania’s continued compliance with federal air quality standards. “The time has come for a thorough, deliberate study of the potential impact…