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Schools ranked high for second year

September 14, 2009 Howland Local Schools achieved Excellent with Distinction rating for the second time from the Ohio Department of Education’s Academic Report Cards for the 2008-2009 school yea. more »»

Township makes safe citizens

September 14, 2009 Last month the Howland Fire Department held two three-day sessions in safety for preschool children in the community. more »»

Howland hosts annual band night

September 14, 2009 Howland High School Marching Band hosted its annual Band Night celebration Aug. 18 at the high school stadium. more »»

Police Blotter

September 14, 2009 Aug. 24 10 p.m. — Police took a miscellaneous report at 273 Darlington Road N.E. 6:40 p.m. — There was a juvenile shoplifter reported at 8202 East Market St. at Giant Eagle. more »»

Fall means a lot of activities

September 14, 2009 If summer cookouts, vacations, festivals and fairs weren’t enough for you, what comes next is sure to keep everyone with plenty to do over the next several months. more »»

Farmer’s market offers music, food

September 14, 2009 The Howland Farmers Market, held each Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the park near the gazebo on East Market Street, will host several guests during the month of September. more »»

Tigers start season 2-0

September 14, 2009 HOWLAND — It was difficult enough for Ashtabula Lakeside to prepare for the speed of Howland tailback Mike Mangiarelli. But the Tigers hardly slow down when he is is on the sidelin. more »»

Former Howland coach elected to Trumbull HOF

September 14, 2009 Former Howland boys basketball coach Don Andres went from a retired coach to a hall of famer. more »»

Howland native is new assistant principal

August 10, 2009 Howland native Gina M. Camelli was appointed assistant principal of Howland Middle School at a special meeting of the Howland Board of Education last month. more »»

Farmers Market attracts ‘localvores’

August 10, 2009 Jeremy Lisy, owner of KJ Greens, sets up vegetable and produce items at the Howland Farmers’ Market, attracting people in search of local food and other items by area farmers and artisan. more »»

Safety Town educates children

August 10, 2009 Safety Town, a realistic, child-size town designed to provide hands-on safety education for pre-school children, will be presented from 9 a.m. to noon Aug. more »»

Library ends its summer

August 10, 2009 The Howland Branch of the Warren Trumbull County Library wrapped up its summer reading season with two programs for children, origami lessons and a wild west show reminiscent of the days of Buffalo... more »»

Lunch program available for students

August 10, 2009 The Howland Local School District has announced the 2009-2010 program policy for free and reduced-priced meals under the National School Lunch Program. more »»

Fraud is all of our business

August 10, 2009 Health care fraud causes consumers major financial problems. more »»

Cordray to talk scams at SCOPE

August 10, 2009 A representative from the office of Ohio Attorney General Richard Cordray will speak next month at the Howland Senior SCOPE Center, 8273 High St. more »»

School bus schedule for 2009-10 announced

August 10, 2009 Jeff McVicker, Howland Local Schools’ Transportation Supervisor, recently announced the approximate pickup and drop off times for buses for the 2009-2010 school year. more »»

Local graduate receives degree

August 10, 2009 Kayla Marie Yurco, daughter of Dennis and Palma Yurco of Howland and 2005 valedictorian of Howland High School, recently graduated magna cum laude from the University of Pittsburgh with a B.S. more »»

Howland girls end season at state

August 10, 2009 CONNEAUT — Take away the top of the first inning and Howland didn’t fare badly in its 9-and-10 girls fastpitch state semifinal against Tallmadge on Wednesday. more »»

Longtime Howland doctor is retiring

July 13, 2009 ‘‘It was an exciting time to be a part of this profession,’’ said Dr. Gary A. Hyde of Howland, who is retiring after 45 years as an optometrist, 38 of which were spent in Howland. more »»

Schools to see new principals

July 13, 2009 Howland students returning to school in the fall will find some new administrative faces. more »»

 
 
 

 

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