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New Castle News (Newspaper) - March 28, 2015, New Castle, Pennsylvania Us a new Castle news March 28-29,2015 another chapter in Progress inside since 1880 vol. 135 no. 178 newsstand $1.25 Jin today s paper 20 jobs a up to $184 in coupons a Parade Magazine Lawrence county ranked sixth in the state in population loss since 2010. Beaver and Melter counties also had population losses. County population still declining by John k. Manna new Castle news Lawrence county a population continues to fall according to estimates by the . Census Bureau. The county a population dropped from 91,140 in 2010 to 88,771 in 2014. It represented a drop of 2,369 peo pie or 2.6 percent since the 2010 census. The previous estimate reported for 2013 showed the county with a Popula Tion of 89,333. The estimates Are based on birth and death records As Well As migration data according to the Penn state data Center. Lawrence county is one of 22 counties in the state to experience a population loss of More than i too residents from 2010 to 2014, the Center reported. More than two thirds of the 22 counties Are located in Western Pennsylvania. Overall 42 of Pennsylva youth artists work shines in Coffee shops mural in Sluice a Teel ten ii wit sup by Dobbin Waelder new Castle new Sadrianna Langnecker a senior in the restaurant trades vocation sorts spices while her classmates do other cleanup jobs. Alice in wonderland Smock Turtle would be Happy to know the Confluence soon will be serving Quot Beau Dutiful the East Washington Street Coffee shop features sandwiches salads Coffee and music but a potential venture with the Lawrence county career and technical centers restaurant trades department could expand the drop in cafe to include hot homemade soups. Leonard Rich director of the vocational technical school told the centers joint operating committee last week that plans Are in the talking stages for the centers restaurant trades classes to make the soup. It might not be until fall when school resumes that the soup production will begin he said. But restaurant trades teacher John Wilkison anticipates starting the venture this Spring. While Only two months Are left in the school year Wilkison commented a a we re going to do our Best to get it he and his classes have identified various kinds of soup they would like to make including wedding Chicken Noodle Broccoli cheese and Cream of potato. One of the students even suggested pasta Fagioli. A i think it s a wonderful concept a Wilkison said of the students using their work in the Community. A Early interaction with the Community can spread a lot of ultimately he would like to see his students get hired in the local restaurant business. David Copper executive director of Cray youth and family services which runs the con soup Page a2 Niass 67 counties have experienced population losses since 2010. Lawrence county ranked sixth in the state in population loss since 2010. Cambria county topped the list losing 5,942 people. Or 4.1 percent since 2010. A to neighbouring counties a Beaver and Mercer a also had population losses. Beaver county had a loss of 1,147 people or 0.7 per decline Page a5 Council approves ordinance to recover Lack taxes by John k. Manna new Castle news the City of new Castle now has the tools to capture some Money from landlords delinquent on their property taxes. City Council adopted an ordinance thursday allowing the City to collect rent from tenants who live in dwellings in which the owners Are delinquent on their taxes. Under the ordinance tenants living in tax delinquent properties will be sent notices informing them to pay their monthly rent to the City. Tenants failing to comply will he subject to a penalty of $500 for each month they fail to pay. Council also approved a three year contract with solicitor Jason Medure to perform the collection work. He will paid 15 percent of the fees collected. Medure said after the meeting that he expects to begin the process of collecting next month. He said he has experience intakes Page a3 in r Kii s Nicholas c. Acquits. 88, Jameson place Bernice k. Kennedy. 92, Carriage court nursing Home Tiffany Dawn Nye 21, new Castle Alice i. Roman 88, new Castle Robert e. Yoho 77, Ellwood Cit Ysee Page a5 in kind edition classified c2-d6 a real estate cd a puzzles c6 a Horoscope c5 a Community b5-b6 a comics b3 a opinion a4 a sports b1-b2we can help. Call or email us insurance a amp a insurance group 713 who Noton Avenue a Newcastle a 16101 724 658-7713 wow Jim a info hmm 9 Eli insurance i Emit w # Kliu i Hui by Jessica Shelenberger new Castle news Contri Tomud photo students from the Lawrence county career and technical Center work on a mural at the Confluence new Castle from left Are Jasmine Duncan Halle St Clair and Tessa Buchta five Lawrence county career ind technical Center students have drenched a drab Wall at the Confluence in Rainbow of color. In the process they be Learned a lot about teamwork and the importance of giving Back to the Community. Commercial an teacher Ken Cole led Jasmine Duncan. Nikki Miller. Tessa Buchta Halle St. Clair and Sara Greer in creating a mural that spans across two Walls in the Corner behind a stage Iii the downtown new Castle Coffee shop. Cole was contacted by Angie Urban director of Community building for Gray youth and family services who helps to oversee the Confluence which is a social Enterprise of Cray. Quot when you a take a picture of the musicians on the stage during our live music events on thursdays it was just a Blue Blank Wall behind them Quot Urban explained. Quot we wanted to make that area unique and Cole said As soon As he was contacted he knew he wanted to get youth involved. Quot i grew up in boy scouts and in Church. I see that kids today done to have the Community affiliations like we did. So its important to try to get them connected Quot Cole said. Quot this is what this mural is All about a them wanting to get involved and making a difference and giving their talents As a gift to the mural painting 101 Cole who has painted murals around new Castle for a number of years said creating a Large painting can be a technical Challenge. While he Drew the initial design for the mural he said the five students offered their own ideas and made some changes to it. He said he hoped to include Quot Art music books mural Page a2

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