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Howland girls win county title

May 11, 2009 CORTLAND — Howland senior Nicole Pachol has dominated the 100- and 300-meter hurdles this year. The Tigers needed a sprinter to compete in the open 100 and 200 races. more »»

Nelson gives extra kick to Howland

May 11, 2009 CORTLAND — Howland senior Dave Nelson and John F. Kennedy senior Mike Perisa were the only two Trumbull County runners to break the 2 minute mark in the 800-meter run this season. more »»

Marino comes back to Tigers

May 11, 2009 AUSTINTOWN — Records aren’t forever. Howland girls assistant track and field coach Nicole Marino knows that all too well. more »»

Andres retires after 32 years coaching basketball

May 11, 2009 HOWLAND — Don Andres, who was a head basketball coach for 32 seasons in the area, announced his retirement on April 17. Andres began his career in the 1971-72 season at John F. more »»

Mayor tells students: You are the difference

April 13, 2009 Warren Mayor Michael O’Brien told approximately 80 students from 21 Trumbull County Schools how his parents’ influence made a difference in his life. more »»

Trustees announce garden project

April 13, 2009 The Howland Township Trustees have announced a new program available to township residents. more »»

Howland woman marks 100 years

April 13, 2009 A local woman who has spent nearly 48 years of her life as a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution was recognized on her 100th birthday last month at Shepherd of the Valley. more »»

Community paper has a new look

April 13, 2009 Welcome to the new Howland Community News. We hope you will enjoy browsing through the pages and learning more about your community. more »»

Dogs teach creative writing in Howland

April 13, 2009 Students at Howland Glen Primary school got a lesson in creative writing from Sandra Philipson’s dogs. more »»

Howland native appointed administrator

April 13, 2009 Howland native attorney Shibani Sheth-Massacci has been named court administrator of the 11th District Court of Appeals where she will manage the administrative staff and oversee the day-to-day... more »»

Pachol wins two at Cope

April 13, 2009 SALEM — Howland’s Nicole Pachol won the 100 and 300 hurdles in times of 15.52 and 46.57 seconds, respectively, at the April 3 F.E. Cope Girls Invitational at Reilly Stadium. more »»

Barzak wins Trumbull POY

April 13, 2009 HOWLAND — It shouldn’t have come as a surprise that Kelly Barzak was named the recipient of the girls’ player of the year honor at the Trumbull County Coaches Association basketball awards banquet... more »»

Sending in some sweet backup

March 15, 2009 HOWLAND — Their kitchen didn’t look like a munitions depot, but on some mornings Pam Copp and her daughter Lyndsay Leybold are in there — in hair nets and pajamas — readying an all-out cookie assaul... more »»

Communities brace for impact of Delphi cuts

March 15, 2009 Bad news flew March 2 when Delphi Packard announced 200 salaried job terminations at its Warren area-based Ohio Operations due to sagging auto sales. Warren Mayor Michael J. more »»

Tigers rip John Adams

March 15, 2009 SOLON — It took about 90 minutes for the Howland Tigers girls’ basketball team to take care of business in an 84-18 win over Cleveland John Adams Feb. 26. more »»

Howland boys ousted in first round

March 15, 2009 BOARDMAN — It didn’t take long for the first upset to take place in the Division II district basketball tournament March 2. more »»

Twinsburg ends-Howland’s year

March 15, 2009 SOLON — As so often happens in the high school basketball tournaments, a great regular season can give way to the power of a stronger force. more »»

Leek makes mark in district title match

March 15, 2009 AKRON — Kyle Leek is no stranger to big matches. more »»

Descenna guts through match

March 15, 2009 BELOIT — No one is more elated that there was a week break in between the league and sectional tournaments than the Howland wrestling team — especially Kyle Descenna. more »»

Gov.’s proposals would help area schools

February 10, 2009 There are going to be definite winners and losers locally if Gov. Ted Strickland’s education proposals are passed. more »»



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