Pedestrian hit by car dies at hospital
WINTERSVILLE - Thomas S. Cadegan, 46, of 1007 Church St., Bergholz, died Friday morning at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center from injuries he received when he was struck as a pedestrian crossing Cadiz Road Thursday evening, the Ohio State Highway Patrol reported.
The patrol reported a vehicle driven by Elaine M. Lamatrice, 55, of 159 Churchman Circle, Wintersville, was driving on the road near Malone Street when Cadegan was struck crossing the road around 8:45 p.m. Thursday.
The accident remains under investigation.
Cadegan was taken to Trinity Medical Center West and later transported by medical helicopter to the Pittsburgh hospital.
It is the second time in about a month a pedestrian has been struck in that area.
A woman was struck by a vehicle crossing the road on Jan. 27, and she also was flown by medical helicopter to a Pittsburgh Hospital.
Zumbathon set for Megan Green event
WINTERSVILLE - A Zumbathon for Megan DeLeles Green is set for 1 until 3 p.m. Sunday at St. Florian Hall.
The event is aimed at raising funds for Green's medical treatments and to support breast cancer research.
More information about Green and the Zumbathon is available on Facebook or by calling 740-632-1773.
Health department sets weekly schedule
STEUBENVILLE - The Jefferson County Health Department announced immunizations, flu shots and TB testing will be offered from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. on Tuesday.
Information about the program is available by calling the health department nursing division at (740) 283-8530.
Historian to speak on Christopher Dawson
STEUBENVILLE - Glenn W. Olsen will kick off the inaugural lecture of the John and Mary Carrigg Lecture series at 6 p.m. on March 23 with an address on Christopher Dawson's Christian View of History.
The event will be held in the Tony and Nina Gentile Gallery in the J.C. Williams Center.
The John and Mary Carrigg Lecture Series is named for history professor Dr. John Carrigg, who taught at Franciscan University for 51 years before retiring in 1999.
During the evening, alumni and friends of John Carrigg will be invited to share favorite memories of the professor who was known to generations of Franciscan students for his storytelling abilities that made history come alive. Several Carrigg family members plan to attend.
Carrigg is now 91 years old and living in Kettering, Ohio.
The Carrigg lectures will spotlight topics of historical interest presented by noted historians, authors, or commentators.