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Holocaust survivors attend ceremony

April 28, 2013 A special project has been under way to remember and share the stories of the area’s Holocaust survivors so their first-hand accounts of what they faced will be there for future generations. more »»

Historical Society honors members

April 28, 2013 The Liberty Historical Society held its 17th annual banquet April 20 at St. Mark’s Church. more »»

Library hosts open house

April 21, 2013 The Hubbard Public Library held its annual open house April 14. The open house enabled patrons and guests to get a glimpse of everything the library has to offer. more »»

Former chief, trustee remembered

April 21, 2013 Friends and community leaders described Howard G. Bradley as a man of principle, honor and pride. The former Hubbard Township police chief and trustee died April 9 at the age of 70. more »»

Council to create backflow system

April 21, 2013 Hubbard City Council approved an ordinance that would allow the creation and installation of backflow and cross connection devices for its water system at the regular meeting held April 15. more »»

K of C marks 100 years

April 17, 2013 The Niles Knights of Columbus Council celebrated its 100th anniversary April 13 with a dinner at a local restaurant and a gathering at the Knights of Columbus Hall on Vienna Avenue. more »»

Village employee remembered

April 17, 2013 Friends and community leaders described Howard G. Bradley as a man of principle, honor and pride. Bradley, who was the tax administrator for the village of McDonald, died April 9 at the age of 70. more »»

Former student presents award

April 17, 2013 A former Niles McKinley High School student once again will be presenting a one-time $5,000 scholarship to a high-school student who plans to pursue a music degree. more »»

Destination Imagination gets creative

April 8, 2013 Eleven teams from Howland schools showcased their creativity as they competed in the recent regional Destination Imagination competition held at Youngstown State University. more »»

SOV resident has day on the slopes

April 8, 2013 For 92-year-old Ray Matwitch, going downhill is a good thing, and the faster, the better. more »»

NHS students to sponsor walk

April 8, 2013 Howland High School’s National Honor Society students will hold a Pound the Pavement for Autism walk on April 28. The event includes a one-mile walk to be held at Howland Township Park. more »»

Staying up all night for a cause

April 3, 2013 Students at McDonald High School were “Up All Night” for a good cause as they raised not only awareness but more than $1,000 for the Warren Family Rescue Mission. Students stayed awake from 8 p.m. more »»

Girls softball to honor vets

April 3, 2013 The Niles girls’ softball team will be honoring veterans with a Salute to the Troops at 4 p.m. April 16 at the south field at Waddell Par. more »»

Relay to mark society’s 100th

March 31, 2013 More than 500 walkers will participate in Liberty’s Relay For Life beginning at 6 p.m. May 17 at Churchill Park. The event will coincide with the American Cancer Society’s 100th birthday. more »»

Officials help deliver meals

March 31, 2013 Officials from cities, township and villages spent time recently helping to deliver meals to local residents as part of the annual Mayors for Meals event hosted by Trumbull Mobile Meals. more »»

Leadership Mahoning Valley applications are available

March 31, 2013 Applications for the Leadership Mahoning Valley class of 2013-14 are now available and may be submitted through May . more »»

Library hosts antique event

March 17, 2013 Curious residents filled the Hubbard Library March 5, carrying with them items ranging from pottery and paintings to jewelry and toys, and everything in between. more »»

 
 
 

 

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