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Four vie for three seats

November 2, 2011 Four candidates are running for three city council at-large seats in next week’s general election. All of the candidates are familier faces in the community. more »»

Students take the creepy out of crawlies

October 30, 2011 For the 17th year, seventh-graders at W.S. Guy Middle School collected spiders and prepared for the upcoming Spider Fest, an event that attracts students and parents each fall. more »»

Churches organize Courage to Care

October 30, 2011 Church Hill United Methodist Church volunteers will be out in force Nov. 5 for Courage to Care Saturday. From 8 a.m. more »»

Event raises money for park

October 16, 2011 The public had the opportunity to sample food from Hubbard restaurants and other establishments while raising money for improvements at Harding Par. more »»

Local author dotes on dogs

October 16, 2011 Former English teacher and guidance counselor Marjorie Yobe has published four books about her dogs and their antics in and around her Hubbard home. more »»

Historical Society to host concert

October 16, 2011 The Hubbard Historical Society will celebrate the holidays with a live concert featuring opera singer Jason Budd at the First Presbyterian Church of Hubbard, 22 Westview Avenue on Nov. 26. more »»

Local girl feels need for speed

September 12, 2011 Fearless is the way Sara Geer’s father describes his daughter. ‘‘She’s not afraid of anything,’’ said Mark Geer, one of Sara’s crew members with her Phantom Go-Kart racing tea. more »»

Scouts help work on Howland trail

September 12, 2011 HOWLAND — Members of Girl Scouts Troop 598 of Howland spent time working on the nature trail off North Road. more »»

Kravitz Deli founder passes away

August 28, 2011 Rose Kravitz, who talked her husband Herbert into opening their delicatessen in 1939, passed away Aug. 25 at Levy Gardens Assisted Living Facility in Youngstown. She was 95. more »»

Township celebration expanding

August 28, 2011 The Celebrate Liberty committee are planning the second annual Celebration in the Park, with a few minor changes this year. more »»

Mayor swears in new chief

August 21, 2011 Mayor Richard Keenan recently held a swearing-in ceremony for new police chief James Taafe and a new department Sgt. Howard Haynie. more »»

Hubbard family hosts chaperone

August 21, 2011 Frank and Cathy Marino of Hubbard and their daughter, Carrie, have been hosting Japanese students for several years through the Labo International Exchange Program, but this year had the pleasure of... more »»

Girard hires new superintendent

August 14, 2011 The Girard Board of Education recently hired David Cappuzzello, 45, as the new superintendent of Girard School District. Former superintendent Joe Jeswald retired effective July 31. more »»

Sunny skies for St. Rose

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Council, administrators to get raises

August 14, 2011 City council members and city administrators will see an increase in pay next year for the first time in 11 years, following council action at a special meeting held Aug. 3. more »»

Student travels to Australia

August 8, 2011 When Angelo Donadio received his letter inviting him to be a part of the People to People Ambassador program touring Australia, he didn’t believe it at first. ‘‘My dad said yes, but my mom was like . more »»

Veteran goes back to scene of war

August 8, 2011 After spending 395 days in Korea as a young man, Howland resident Robert Brothers never thought he would set foot on that soil again, but when the Republic of South Korea government invited him to... more »»

Liberty church marks summer solstice

June 26, 2011 The longest daylight day of the year was marked with a special service this week as those attending Unity Centre for Spiritual Living on June 21 marked the summer solstice with prayers, meditation... more »»

Academies dismantled by Liberty school BOE

June 26, 2011 The LEAD and LEARN charter school programs at Liberty Local Schools are the latest casualties of the troubled district’s efforts to reconcile its financial woes. more »»

 
 
 

 

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