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Howland schools help feed hungry

December 12, 2011 With nearly $8,000 in cash and and over 2,000 food items in hand, Howland local school students and Shortreed and Associates, a financial advisory practice of Ameriprise Financial located in... more »»

Howland Township to mark bicentennial

December 12, 2011 The Howland Historical Society will be holding an open community meeting at 7 p.m. Dec. 14 at the high school cafeteria. Plans are being formulated for the township’s bicentennial celebration. 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 »»

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 »»

Howland man writes book on the Appalachain

June 13, 2011 Howland resident Charles Anderson hiked the entire Appalachian Trail in sections starting in September 1992 and completing it in September 2001 and is sharing his experience in his first book... more »»

Students surpass goal for hospital

June 13, 2011 Amid cheers of ‘‘Cut it! Cut it!’’ from the entire student body, Howland Middle School health teacher Becky Pekarovic finally cut the ponytail from the head of school janitor Ted Bronson. more »»

Travel agent caters to public

June 13, 2011 ‘‘I can send you anywhere in the world you want to go,’’ said Vicki Stankewich, owner and agent at Howland Travel, located at 5200 E. Market St. in the Market Square Plaza. more »»

Students clean up Tiger Town

June 13, 2011 Members of the Howland High School National Honor Society spent a day recently helping to beautify Tiger Town which is a popular children’s recreation attraction at the township par. more »»

Howland grad speaks at YSU commencement

June 13, 2011 Kim Taylor, a 1977 graduate of Howland High School spoke last month during Youngs-town State University’s recent graduation ceremony along with keynote speaker, U.S. District Judge Peter C. Economus. more »»

Local man loses for those in need

March 14, 2011 Aaron Thompkins, of Howland, who lost more than 200 pounds on the popular television program, The Biggest Loser, will be serving as Challenge Champion for Second Harvest Food Bank of the Mahoning... more »»

Youth take part in famine

March 14, 2011 Area youth learned what it is like to not have food for 30 hours and raised money for those worldwide who often go far longer without. more »»

Glen students jump for heart

March 14, 2011 Howland Glen School students were spending gym classes jumping not only for their health but the health of others as part of the annual Jump Rope for Heart. more »»

Former resident went to the dogs

February 14, 2011 When Molly Marino left the community after graduating from Howland High School in 1991, her plan was to work in the corporate field. more »»

Queens of the Bee

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Visiting authors encourage students

February 14, 2011 John Ferguson of Austintown, an illustrator, and Julie Goulis of Vermillion, a writer, spent the day Feb. more »»

Howland swimmers dive into new homes

February 14, 2011 The goal of any youth team program is to get bigger, to attract more participants. more »»

Howland controls AAC Red

February 14, 2011 HOWLAND — The Howland Tigers have a stranglehold on the All-American Conference Red Division. more »»

Township to plant tulips for survivors

November 8, 2010 Responding to a fundraiser for The American Cancer Society, township officials purchased 100 pink tulip bulbs for the administration building to dedicate to cancer survivors. more »»

 
 
 

 

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