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Lincoln High Varsity Football Announcement

Any boy entering grades 9 through 12 this fall is reminded that football practices begin on August 7, 2017 at Hellings Stadium at 1:30 pm. Prior to attending this practice student/athletes are required to complete a PIAA physical exam. The physical exam paperwork can be picked up at the high school office from 8 am. to 2 pm. Monday through Friday. No student can participate without a physical exam. Equipment will be issued to players on August 2, 2017 at 6:30 pm. at Helling Stadium.


School Board Approves Tax Increase

During yesterday’s school board meeting the Ellwood City Area School Board unanimously voted to adopt the proposed 2017-18 budget at 16.74 millage, which includes a 0.18 mill tax increase. This is the first tax increase imposed by the district since 2013 and the extra funds will be used to finance renovations at Lincoln including the third-floor walkway and science wing. A $1.2 million transfer from the district’s reserve fund is also included in the budget. An owner of a $64,000 property, Ellwood’s median property value, can expect to see an increase on their school property tax bill from $1,059.84 to…


Lincoln High Student Receives $1,000 McDonald’s Scholarship

ELLWOOD CITY, PA (June 7, 2017) – McDonald’s of Ellwood City and the Beaver County Foundation are pleased to announce that Dominic Nocera of Lincoln High School is the recipient of the 2017 Dom Viccari-McDonald’s of Ellwood City Scholarship. Nocera will receive $1,000 towards his college tuition in recognition of his academic achievement, leadership ability and community service. A check presentation is scheduled for 4 p.m. on Thursday, June 8 at McDonald’s of Ellwood City.  Established in 2014, the annual scholarship is named to honor the man who worked tirelessly to improve Ellwood City for all residents, first as a five-term…


Ellwood City 2017 Graduates

Ellwood City has announced the Class of 2017 graduates. 110 students will receive diplomas at the commencement ceremony this evening. HIGHEST HONORS (By Alphabetical Arrangement)   Student: Joseph Anthony Cortez Parents: Cam-Rahn and Traci Cortez City: Ellwood City Future Plans: Chemical Engineering/Penn State University Clubs/Organizations/Activities: Peer Leadership, NHS, Musical, Stand Up Arrow Leadership, Drama Club, Secretary, President, Student Rep., Treasurer Committees: Steering Committee Honors/Awards/Scholarships: Henry Mancini Outstanding Male Performance, Henry Mancini Best Leading Male Actor, EAEA Scholarship, Howell Lots Williams Memorial Scholarship, Wolves Club Scholarship, Lions Club Scholarship, Outstanding Choral Student Award   Student: Ethan Joseph Fotia Parents: Joe and Lisa Fotia City: Ellwood City Future Plans: Robert…


PHOTOS: Two Local Seniors Receive Scholarship

Timothy A. Houk, a senior from Ellwood City, received a $500.00 scholarship courtesy of the Corona D’Italia Lodge #807 committee. Son of Tom and Lee Ann Houk, he is employed at the Log Cabin and also involved with the family business, he followed the academic course of study through high school and participated in boys basketball and the History Club and now plans to attend Slippery Rock University to study exercise science. Ian Patterson, a senior at Lincoln Park Performing Arts School also received at $500.00 scholarship from the organization. Son of Charles and Cheri Patterson, he is getting ready…


Ellwood City Wolves Club Presents Scholarships to Lincoln and Riverside High School Seniors

NORTH SEWICKLEY TWP. –The Ellwood City Wolves Club Den II, through their scholarship program, continues to honor the achievements of outstanding Lincoln and Riverside High School seniors by encouraging them to pursue their dreams through higher education. At their annual scholarship dinner on May 21 at the Connoquenessing Country Club, the Wolves Club announced that nine Lincoln and Riverside seniors would receive a total of $9,500 to help fund their college education. The awards were presented by scholarship committee member Denny Boariu. Wolves Club president, Mike DeOtto said; “These young men and women are recognized for their admirable commitment to…


Fine Arts Festival

On Tuesday, May 16, the public is invited to attend the inaugural spring Fine Arts Festival at Lincoln Junior-Senior High School. The show, which is free to the public, will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. Tuesday.  Student work will be on display through the first floor and library, and refreshments will be served in the cafeteria. Following the festival, the choral department’s spring concert will be held in the Leslie Szabo Jr. Memorial Auditorium under the direction of Felecia Greco and Laura Adams.  Tickets for the spring concert are $5 for adults and $3 for senior citizens and…


PHOTOS: Ellwood City Prom Court 2017

The Ellwood City Prom is scheduled for Friday May 5. Promenade starts at 5:30…  Doors open at 5:00 Promenade tickets are $3, and can be buy them at the door Ellwood City Prom “A Night in Disguise” will take place at Shakespeare’s Restaurant in Ellwood City from 6:00 – 11:00 followed by the traditional Ellwood City After Prom at the Sons of Italy. Submitted photos of the 2017 girls and boys prom court below:  


Softball, Baseball Last Night Game Recaps

  Ellwood City Wolverines Can’t Hold Up Against Avonworth Ellwood City Wolverines had trouble keeping up with Avonworth in a 7-3 loss on Tuesday. Avonworth captured the lead in the first inning. Brandon Cerminara drove in a run when he walked with the bases loaded. Avonworth took the lead for good with four runs in the fourth inning. In the fourth there was an error, scoring one run, there was an error, scoring one run, and Jacob Gustic singled off of Max Keally, driving in one run. Ryan Felter earned the win for Avonworth. He threw three innings, allowing three…


Class of ’54 April Meeting

Pudue LaCava hosted the Lincoln Class of 1954 “Nite at the Movies” committee meeting at her Mt. Vernon Drive home on Wednesday April 19. The session began with a luncheon provided by the committee, featuring pizza by “Pinky” Maielli and dessert by Ilene Gardner and served by LaCava and Gardner. Co-Chairman, James Gillespie conducted the business session that followed. Clemmy Sirimarco presented the financial reports. Gillespie reported on the fund raising and distributed the April tickets. LaCava reported on reservations received to date and noted the 50% return of last year’s attendees. All reservations are requested to be made by…