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Wellness Day marked at W.S. Guy

December 25, 2011 W.S. Guy Middle School students celebrated health and wellness Dec. 19 with a day-long program that included health, conflict resolution and community skills. more »»

Jewish community celebrates Hanukkah

December 25, 2011 YOUNGSTOWN — The Valley’s Jewish community once again joined with the annual Akiva Academy celebration to commemorate Hanukkah this week at the Jewish Community Center. more »»

Students compete at Lego League

December 25, 2011 GIRARD ––The robots were off to hopefully accomplish their required tasks and earn their teams points, as area students from northeastern Ohio competed at the FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition... more »»

Students take the creepy out of crawlies

October 30, 2011 For the 17th year, seventh-graders at W.S. Guy Middle School collected spiders and prepared for the upcoming Spider Fest, an event that attracts students and parents each fall. more »»

Churches organize Courage to Care

October 30, 2011 Church Hill United Methodist Church volunteers will be out in force Nov. 5 for Courage to Care Saturday. From 8 a.m. more »»

Kravitz Deli founder passes away

August 28, 2011 Rose Kravitz, who talked her husband Herbert into opening their delicatessen in 1939, passed away Aug. 25 at Levy Gardens Assisted Living Facility in Youngstown. She was 95. more »»

Township celebration expanding

August 28, 2011 The Celebrate Liberty committee are planning the second annual Celebration in the Park, with a few minor changes this year. more »»

Liberty church marks summer solstice

June 26, 2011 The longest daylight day of the year was marked with a special service this week as those attending Unity Centre for Spiritual Living on June 21 marked the summer solstice with prayers, meditation... more »»

Academies dismantled by Liberty school BOE

June 26, 2011 The LEAD and LEARN charter school programs at Liberty Local Schools are the latest casualties of the troubled district’s efforts to reconcile its financial woes. more »»

Summer camp marks 55 years

June 26, 2011 Churchill Park is usually bustling with activity, whether it is from a community event or the annual Relay for Life, but each summer for the past 55 years children in the township could expect to... more »»

Schools seek help from state

May 29, 2011 After school district officials asked the state to place it in fiscal emergency, the state auditor’s office has officially placed the district into fiscal watch. more »»

Teacher honored for his service

May 29, 2011 Oscar Grant, a teacher from 1953 to 1986 in Maplewood Schools and from 1986 to 2011 at Victory Christian School, was recognized for retiring after 58 years of servic. more »»

Committee keeps Liberty in bloom

May 29, 2011 For more than 10 years, the Liberty Blooms committee has worked to beautify the township by planting flowers at various locations. more »»

Professor discusses drilling

February 27, 2011 Dr. Jeffrey C. more »»

Schools take learning one step further

February 27, 2011 Before seventh and eighth grade math teacher Jim DeToro went to his teaching job at Liberty’s LEAD Academy last week, he stopped at Giant Eagle to buy produce for his students’ math class. more »»

Liberty board member honored

October 31, 2010 A local school board member received one of the top honors in the state for board members this month. Gloria . more »»

Township hosts first Fall Festival

October 31, 2010 The Fall Festival, hosted by the township, was held Oct. 9 at Churchill Park. Pictured is Gianna Guarino, 5, dressed as a ladybug for the festival, which included children’s activities. more »»

Seniors, senior advocates honored

October 31, 2010 The sixth annual Valley Legacy Awards were presented Oct. 14 at Mr. Anthony’s Banquet Center with five individuals selected from 25 nominees. more »»

Employers, job seekers gather in Liberty

August 29, 2010 Regardless of whether they are students, displaced workers or both, many of the individuals at the career fair sponsored by the Youngstown Campus of National College on Tuesday expressed one common... more »»



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