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Resolve to lose weight next year

January 3, 2010 The ninth annual Fitness Challenge is set to kick off in January and you know what that means — that’s right, guilt-free grazing through the Christmas fudge, New Year’s cookies and holiday feast. more »»

Girard boys earn first victory

January 3, 2010 GIRARD — Heading into a Dec. 19 contest between Kennedy and Girard, it would be safe to say that first-year head coaches Brent Villella and Nick Cochran weren’t pleased with their teams’ records. more »»

Reader thankful for generosity

January 3, 2010 Dear Editor: Once in a life time, the Lord has put Good Samaritans to reach out and touch someone in need. more »»

Barnhisel House opens for holidays

December 6, 2009 The historic Barnhisel House in Girard will be open for the holidays from 1 to 5 p.m. Dec. 6, 12 and 13. The house, located at 1011 N. State St. more »»

Girard High receives award

December 6, 2009 Girard High School administrators John Spano, left, and David Leo hold up a banner presented to the district by Diana Rogers, regional coordinator for High Schools That Work. more »»

Salute to the Indians

December 6, 2009 UNIONTOWN — The field at Blue Streak Stadium sits in a gulley, a good 50 feet below the entrance level. It almost looks like someone dug a huge hole and decided to build an arena around i. more »»

Girard needs drivers for Mobile Meals

December 6, 2009 Trumbull Mobile Meals announces there are available routes in Girard for its home-delivered meals. more »»

Cities ink deal with V&M

November 1, 2009 Youngstown and Girard finally cemented over a rocky road last month when Girard Mayor James Melfi and Youngstown Mayor Jay Williams signed an agreement transferring 191 acres of Girard property to... more »»

City gains new police officer

November 1, 2009 The city of Girard acquired an additional police officer last month with the swearing in of John B. Freeman. more »»

Family saved from fire

November 1, 2009 Girard firefighters were able to quickly respond to a two-story duplex fire at 72 E. Main St. more »»

Society prepares for Founders Day

November 1, 2009 The Girard Historical Society is doing everything it can to maintain the history of the community, beginning with the restoration of the historic Barnhisel House on State Street. more »»

City to hold leaf collection

November 1, 2009 The city is holding its annual leaf collection this month and is requiring the use of paper lawn bags. Leaves raked to the street will not be picked up by the city. more »»

High School Football Coverage

October 6, 2009 For complete coverage of area High School Football, visit Under the Lights. more »»

Melfi on V&M: ‘We won’t be rushed’

October 4, 2009 There still is no agreement, and Girard won’t be rushed in negotiating a land deal that would give about 200 acres from Girard to Youngstown for a proposed $970 million expansion of V&M Star Steel,... more »»

Teachers awarded classroom supplies

October 4, 2009 ‘‘Am I in trouble?,’’ wondered 10 teachers from Girard’s Intermediate and Elementary Schools the morning of Sept. 24 when their principals called them out of their classrooms to report to the offic. more »»

Church celebrates 100th anniversary

October 4, 2009 The Girard First Presbyterian Church is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year. more »»

Booster seat laws in effect

October 4, 2009 Parents of young children are reminded that a new booster seat law goes into effect Oct. . more »»

Police Blotter

October 4, 2009 Sept. 25 5:12 a.m. — A man was transported to St. Elizabeth Health Center when he threatened suicide after taking a .22 rifle from Mahoning Country Club, 700 E. Liberty St. more »»

Girard still undefeated after 5 weeks

October 4, 2009 CHAMPION — Girard’s prolific passing game did not disappoint as Adam Charles passed for 283 yards and two touchdowns as the Indians rolled past Champion on Sept. 25, 31-6. more »»



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