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Howland police blotters

June 13, 2016 Police activity reported May 2 to May 12: May 12, 8:59 p.m. more »»

Library news

June 13, 2016 Howland Branch Library 9095 E. Market St. Warren, OH 44484 Phone: 330-856-2011 UPCOMING EVENTS To register for the upcoming events, call 330-856-2011 • Toddler Tales, 11 a.m. more »»

Butler features Reginato’s work

June 13, 2016 An artist best known for his painted steel sculptures will show his paintings in an exhibition at the Butler Institute of American Art Trumbull Branch. more »»

School district plans to reorganize buildings

March 14, 2016 HOWLAND — As all-day kindergarten and grade-level buildings are planned for the 2016-17 school year, Howland Local School District officials explained to parents and community members March 1 what... more »»

Levy could pave

March 14, 2016 HOWLAND — Voters in the township are being asked to approve a levy Tuesday that will generate $593,000 and cost residents $52.50 per year, a little more than $1 per week, officials said. more »»


March 14, 2016 Congressional art competition set U.S. Rep. Timothy J. more »»

Pound pooches find homes

March 14, 2016 HOWLAND — Half of the dogs that were homeless found new places to live on March 5, thanks to half-price adoptions for “Dog Adoption Day” at the Trumbull County Dog Warden’s office. more »»

At a glance

March 14, 2016 Rotary hosts annual dinner HOWLAND — The Howland Township Rotary Club will have its 39th annual Spaghetti Dinner noon to 6 p.m. Saturday at the Howland High School cafeteria, 200 Shaffer Drive NE. more »»

Making the connection

March 14, 2016 When the Northwest Territory began its rapid settlement after the American Revolutionary War and the War of 1812, the Connecticut Western Reserve’s location played a major role in the new fledgling... more »»

Destination Imagination teams prep for regionals

February 18, 2016 HOWLAND — Destination Imagination teams have begun preparing for this season’s competition with the regional tournament March 12 at Youngstown State University. more »»

Joseph Howland loses township to War of 1812

February 18, 2016 Around 1655 to 1658, a series of brutal wars took place in northeastern Ohio and western Pennsylvania between invading New York Iroquois Confederacy Indians and Ohio’s Erie and Huron Indians. more »»

Local church helps kids

February 18, 2016 HOWLAND — Members of the Howland United Methodist Church, 730 Howland Wilson Road NE, are making sure elementary-age children have food for weekends during the school year as part of the Howland... more »»

Library news

February 18, 2016 Howland Branch Library 9095 E. Market St. Warren, OH 44484 Phone: 330-856-2011 UPCOMING EVENTS To register for the upcoming events, call 330-856-2011 • Pups and Pages, 6 to 7 p.m. more »»

Fun with foreign languages

February 18, 2016 HOWLAND — H.C. Mines Intermediate School students learned to speak Spanish, German and Italian as part of a monthlong enrichment program offered by Howland High School foreign language class students. more »»

On the record

February 18, 2016 Howland WHAT: Board of Education meeting Jan. more »»


February 18, 2016 Historical society hosts Amish dinner HOWLAND — The Howland Historical Society will host its annual Amish dinner fundraiser 4 to 6 p.m. Feb. more »»

Rappach reaches 1,000 points

February 18, 2016 HOWLAND — Entering Howland High School as a freshman, Victoria Rappach wasn’t known to be a scorer. more »»

Scouts earn top award

February 18, 2016 HOWLAND — Three Boy Scouts who are members of Boy Scout Troop 28 each received their Eagle Scout award after completing recent projects. more »»

Shoebox effort reaches township

December 14, 2015 By BOB COUPLAND Howland Community News HOWLAND — Warren resident Kimberly Arnold said when she saw a video of children from around the world smiling and happy as they received a shoebox filled with... more »»

Scout goes for gold with house

December 14, 2015 HOWLAND — She already earned the Gold Award, but something troubled Girl Scout Monica Kotyuk —her project was supposed to be sustainable. more »»



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