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Pollinators needed to grow flowers, vegetables

July 6, 2014 If John Snider of Champion had his way, everyone would have a beehive in their backyard. “You would be surprised at how many people in the city of Warren have beehives,” he said. more »»

 
 
 
When bees swarm

July 6, 2014 Kimmer Wolfinger of North Bloomfield, owner of an apiary and a certified bee-friendly farm, said that during swarm season, honey bees will try to create another queen and split from their main hive... more »»

Humility of Mary Sisters mark milestone

June 22, 2014 One hundred-fifty years ago in May, 11 women, four orphans and a priest set sail from Dommartin-sous-Amance, France, to America. more »»

Humility of Mary Sisters mark milestone

June 22, 2014 One hundred-fifty years ago, in May, 11 women, four orphans and a priest set sail from Dommartin-sous-Amance, France, to America. more »»

Adaptive class is just right for abilities

June 15, 2014 Dance students look forward to the month of June because it is the time of year when recitals take place. It is the culmination of many hours of rehearsals and hard work done throughout the yea. more »»

Working together to beautify their hometown

June 1, 2014 Making a difference in your community can take many forms. For Liberty Township Trustee Jodi Stoyak and Master Gardener Bessie Anderson, the positive change they made was an attractive township. more »»

Team goes on without its ‘Genie’

May 27, 2014 While Relay For Life leaves participants hoping for a cure for cancer, one team’s loss of its captain left them wishing for a cure as well. more »»

Health notes

May 27, 2014 ALZHEIMER GROUP TO MEET: Alzheimer Network Family Support Group will meet at 1:30 p.m. today at Easter Seals Adult Day Care Center, 721 Boardman Poland Road, and at 6:30 p.m. more »»

Small steps make a difference

May 27, 2014 My dad’s death profoundly changed me and my immediate family. The death of a loved one always does that, and you can never go back to who you were before you lost that perso. more »»

County’s top teachers inspire students, community

May 18, 2014 WARREN — For one student, ROTC instructor Lt. Col. John Miller is the reason he plans on making a future career in the Air Force. “Before I came to TCTC I was not the best studen. more »»

Locals compete to be Top Dog with beards

May 4, 2014 Sporting a beard has been a way to express style for many generations. The beard has been the symbol of confidence, strength and most importantly, intellectuality. more »»

Family continues legacy of jelly beans

April 20, 2014 Jelly beans are a family affair for Marilyn and Rachael Moore of Newton Falls. The two are carrying on a tradition started by Marilyn’s mother and Rachael’s grandmother. more »»

Kingz rule Fitness Challenge

April 6, 2014 The harder the mountain is to climb, the more glorious the summit. more »»

Niles woman fights back against disease that afflicts her family

March 23, 2014 NILES — Each day that passes for Chasity Sampson, 41, of Niles, she learns to recognize and adapt to the relentless disease that has consumed her and her family. more »»

Class Reunion

March 2, 2014 Through the years of going to school, working and relocating to various destinations, life brings us a great list of contacts. We meet a new group of people during every stage of our lives. more »»

Still cruising

February 16, 2014 If this 1966 Chevrolet Impala could talk, it would have a very interesting story to tel. more »»

Sights of the Season

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You’d better watch out

December 8, 2013 For families with children, the Christmas season is about teaching children the importance kindness and that kindness brings them greatness in return. more »»

You’d better watch out

December 8, 2013 For families with children, the Christmas season is about teaching children the importance kindness and that kindness brings them greatness in return. more »»

Sew much fun

November 30, 2013 Although most young ladies entering high school today will never have the opportunity to make a skirt or a blouse in a home economics class, the art of sewing is still alive and well in the Mahonin... more »»

Choosing charities

November 17, 2013 Many nonprofit charities, organizations and missions across the world have helped and changed many lives in many ways. more »»

 
 

W. Farmington SWISS STEAK DINNER July 12, 2014

will be held Saturday, July 12th from 4-6 p.m. or until sold out at:West Farmington VFW6006 State Route 534Cost: adults $8 Children 6-12 $4Eat in or carry outMenu: Meat, Potatoes, Gravy, Green Beans, Coleslaw, Applesauce & Pi. more »

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