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Local girl returns home after accident

September 10, 2012 Marisa Vincent of Howland finally returned home last week after being hospitalized since she was involved in an accident May 25 when a Bobcat loader fell on her. On Aug. more »»

BOE to place levy on ballot

August 13, 2012 Howland Board of Education president Scott Lehman said an 8.1-mill, 10-year renewal operating levy to be placed on the Nov. more »»

Park plans garden project

August 13, 2012 A walk-through garden is being planned for Howland Township Par. more »»

Howland celebrates 200 years

July 9, 2012 Marking its 200th anniversary this year, Howland Township recently celebrated the milestone with a special gathering of the relatives of the original founders and early township settlers. more »»

Township rallies to help local girl

June 11, 2012 When word got out that Cassidy Brozovich, 10, had been diagnosed with ovarian cancer, it didn’t take long for students and residents of Howland to begin looking for ways to help Cassidy and her... more »»

Penny pyramid pays off

June 11, 2012 When chemistry teacher Andrea Ferenac assigned a project for her honors chemistry class, she had no idea the entire school would end up getting involved. more »»

Howland celebrates 200th birthday

June 11, 2012 Howland Township will be celebrating its 200th birthday during its Independence Day activities July 3 and 4. The celebration begins with the opening of the Howland Township History Center at 4 p.m. more »»

Township honors longtime worker

May 14, 2012 Howland Community News A small crowd filled the board room at the township administration office late last month to honor the service of a longtime resident who was always ready to give back to her... more »»

Donation honors son’s memory

May 14, 2012 Doris Hyde loved her son, Dr. Gary Hyde, and wanted to honor his memory in a visible way; one that would reflect his dedication to his patient. more »»

Adventurer speaks to SOV residents

May 14, 2012 When Arthur Dunn decides to take a walk, don’t expect to seem him for a few weeks. more »»

Student designs district website

April 9, 2012 Howland Community News Howland High School junior, Corinne Jacobs, was recently recognized by the Howland Board of Education after her design was chosen as the official website for the district. more »»

Rotary presents 4-Way Test

April 9, 2012 Four students from Howland High School competed last month in the Howland Rotary Club’s 4-Way Test. more »»

Author writes of raising autistic child

January 9, 2012 When Victoria Ferrante sat down to write her novel, ‘‘Hope,’’ she wasn’t looking to tell yet another story about a severely autistic child. She wanted to tell the story from a mother’s point of vie. more »»

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 »»



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