Sign In | Create an Account | Welcome, . My Account | Logout | Subscribe | Submit News | Place An Ad | All Access E-Edition | Home RSS
 
 
 
Girard library to close Saturdays

June 15, 2009 The Girard Free Library will cut back to five days a week for most of the summer, one of several moves to offset state budget cuts. more »»

Barnhisel House opens for tours

June 15, 2009 The Barnhisel House on North State Street in Girard is open from 1 to 4 p.m. June 14 and 28 this month. The house has a recently completed summer kitchen and landscaping. more »»

Enter Italian festival pageant

June 15, 2009 Applications are currently being accepted for the 24th annual 2009 Greater Youngs-town Italian Festival Pageant. The pageant will take place from 7:30 to 9 p.m. more »»

Police Blotter

June 15, 2009 June 3 9:10 p.m. – Threats by a known person were reported at 53 Townsend Ave. 5:07 p.m. – Checks were stolen from 993 Patricia Drive. more »»

Library program benefits community

June 15, 2009 With the economy in the tank and people looking for ways to save money yet still enjoy summer activities, its no wonder area libraries are exploding with activity. more »»

Network hopes to develop business

June 15, 2009 The Youngstown Social Network, founded by enterprising young local college students, entrepreneurs and professionals, will be holding its inaugural networking event from 5:30 to 7:30 p .. more »»

Girard senior has many qualities

June 15, 2009 GIRARD — Take away all of the high school athletic achievements from Tony Cardiero and what are you left with? Well, plenty! Away from the playing fields and gymnasiums,... more »»

Girard Relay team:?It’s personal

May 3, 2009 The Girard Relay for Life team takes finding a cure very personal. The team was formed in 2002 and got its name, Girard City Survivors, from founding member, Shirley Cretella. more »»

Water fund to see deficit reduction

May 3, 2009 GIRARD — After starting the year with a $600,000 deficit in the water fund Councilman-at-large Brian Kren, said Monday the fund should see a 25 percent reduction in the deficit by month’s end. more »»

Math team excels in national contest

May 3, 2009 Krista Foster and Jared Ruiz, both of Girard, were among a team of Youngstown State University students who recently finished in the top third in a prestigious North American mathematics competition... more »»

Groundbreaking held for new Girard schools

May 3, 2009 Ground was broken last week at the site on Shannon Road for the new Girard Junior and Senior High School building that is expected to be complete within 18 months. more »»

Mail carriers to hold food drive

May 3, 2009 With the economy still attempting to find a leveling out position, the need to help our friends and neighbors has never been more important. more »»

Craft, art classes offered to all ages

May 3, 2009 GIRARD –– For those who like to draw or paint or to make floral arrangements, spring and summer art enrichment classes for adults and children will be offered at the London House Center for Fine... more »»

Girard AD reviews recent AAC activity

May 3, 2009 A year ago, the formation of the All-American Conference was hailed by many as the perfect solution for area schools looking associate themselves with comparable-sized opponents. more »»

Going the distance

May 3, 2009 Though he is just 16-years-old, Ryan DelBene has already established firm plans when it comes to following in his dad’s footsteps from both a career and recreational standpoint. more »»

Girard swears in new police chief

April 6, 2009 GIRARD — New police Chief Jeffrey Palmer will have a lot of experience should he need some advice. Palmer was sworn in as chief Thursday by Municipal Court Judge Michael Bernard. more »»

Your community-paper has new look

April 6, 2009 Welcome to the new Girard Community News. We hope you will enjoy browsing through the pages and learning more about your community. more »»

State Street project eligible for stimulus

April 6, 2009 The federal stimulus package may help fund the city’s share of a second part of a U.S. Route 422 improvement project in the city. more »»

Mayor to students: Make a difference

April 6, 2009 Warren Mayor Michael O’Brien told approximately 80 students from 21 Trumbull County Schools how his parents’ influence made a difference in his life. more »»

Girard recovery plan to include water issues

April 6, 2009 GIRARD — The city’s revised economy recovery plan will include ideas on how to deal with a deficit in the water department. more »»

 
 
 

 

I am looking for: