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Girard High alum earns master’s

July 4, 2010 Debra Gadd, a graduate of Girard High School, recently earned a master’s degree in international studies from Georgetown University in Washington D.C. more »»

More than just diamonds

July 4, 2010 For most kids in the United States, as well as many across the world, baseball and softball is not a choice — it’s more of a way of life. more »»

Saying goodbye to GHS

June 6, 2010 Students will be greeted Tuesday by messages from alumni who walked the halls of Girard High School during its 86-year histor. more »»

TCESC?recognizes students

June 6, 2010 Trumbull County Educational Service Center held its annual scholarship banquet May 11 at Leo’s Ristorante where $32,300 in scholarships was awarded to 45 students from 23 schools. more »»

Making a birdhouse

June 6, 2010 Frank Kregar, 88, of Girard, left, assists Austin Reed, 11, of Girard, in making bird houses at a recent program held at the Girard Free Library. more »»

Bucci makes his jump to state level

June 6, 2010 RAVENNA — Girard’s Nate Bucci and Newton Falls’ Ryan Buchanan have competed against each other in the high jump many times, often trading victories. more »»

Families helping families

May 2, 2010 GIRARD — Patricia Marks and Katie Tingler know what it’s like to have a missing or deceased child. more »»

New school complex to open

May 2, 2010 GIRARD —A new $26.5 million school complex to house junior and senior high students off Shannon Road is set to open Labor Day weekend for the 2010-2011 school year. more »»

Volcano can’t stop Scottish rite

May 2, 2010 GIRARD — The Shiloh Full-Gospel Church in Girard is scheduled to be filled May 6 with a wedding party dressed in Scottish-style clothes along with a bagpiper playing the wedding march. more »»

Postseason push

May 2, 2010 GIRARD — The Girard High School varsity baseball team had its share of ups and downs, but coach Jason Johnson is pleased with the Indians’ progress. more »»

Students, leaders join for Civics Day

April 4, 2010 Students at Girard High School had the opportunity to identify with school and city leaders April 1 for the district’s annual Civics Day event. more »»

Girard seeks 1.5 mill garbage levy

April 4, 2010 The city is seeking money from taxpayers in the May primary election to fund its current system of garbage collection. Mayor James Melfi said passage of the five-year, . more »»

FIRST team wins engineering award

April 4, 2010 The Girard High School FIRST Robotics team won the Engineering Inspiration Award at the Buckeye Regional robotics competition held March 26 and 27 in Cleveland. more »»

Girard reopens water meter talk

April 4, 2010 Councilman Joseph Shelby told city council March 22 that he will bring legislation to the next meeting to seek new bids to purchase a remote water meter system. more »»

Counselor experiences boot camp

March 14, 2010 When Marine recruiters come to the school, counselors can pass along information they learn through the educator’s workshops to the students, but they really don’t know how to answer many of their... more »»

Students help ‘Poorest of the Poor’

March 14, 2010 An effort to get clothing, medical supplies, toys and other items to those in need in other parts of the United States and the world is getting a lot of local help from students at two local high... more »»

Local dancers work with mentors

March 14, 2010 Local dancers had an opportunity March 6 when they showed their skills at a special event hosted by Ballet Western Reserve. more »»

Wrapping up the 2009-10 season

March 14, 2010 Sure, Girard girls basketball coach Andy Saxon wished things had gone better. His Indians team finished 6-15 and lost in a Division III sectional to Ursuline, which advanced to regionals. more »»

Paying to get your money?

March 14, 2010 Tax time is here, but there is a bright side. Many people can look forward to a tax refund. more »»

Garbage pickup debated by council

January 3, 2010 Residents likely will be asked to pay more next year for garbage pickup, city officials said last month at a finance meeting with the Ohio Office of Budget and Management. more »»



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