Community News

Graduates

KOCAB GRADUATES: Elizabeth Kocab of Gustavus, daughter of Trina and Gary Kocab of Farmdale, was among 74 graduates earning a DVM degree on May 12 from Oklahoma State University’s Center for Veterinary Health Sciences. Prior to graduation, Kocab received an Austin and Audrey Weedn ...

Egyptian fest to be this weekend

EGYPTIAN FESTIVAL: An Egyptian Festival will be 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. today and noon to 8 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at St. Mary and St. John the Beloved Convent, 8640 Squires Lane, Howland. The event will include displays and ethnic food. The public will be able to tour the convent and the ...

Fowler, Vienna societies join to share history

VIENNA — Members of the Fowler and Vienna historical societies joined this week to share local history of the two townships with third graders at Baker Elementary School in the Mathews school district. Phil Pegg representing the Vienna Historical Society and Dave Cover representing the ...

‘Run on Faith’ takes off Saturday

RUN ON FAITH: St. Rose Catholic Church will hold the first St. Rose “Run on Faith” 5K walk / run 10 a.m. Saturday at the church grounds, 48 Main St., Girard. Proceeds will benefit the Emmanuel Community Care Center, Catholic Charities and Dorothy Day House. Check in 8:30 a.m. in church ...

Changes to agriculture are dramatic

Changes in agriculture in Trumbull County and northeastern Ohio in the past 65 to 70 years have been dramatic. I have lived long enough to experience those changes. I grew up in northern Trumbull County in the 1930s and ’40s and did some work in Ashtabula County in the late 1940s before ...

Champion Middle students bring ideas to life at Invention Convention

CHAMPION — Champion Middle School eighth-grader Katie Katradis, 14, said there is so much concern about students playing on their cellphones or other electronic devices that she and classmates Madyson Meyer, 14, Shelby Murphy, 13, and Maddie Stein, 14, decided to invent a device that would ...

Come ‘Dribble for a Cause’

SEEING EYE "DRIBBLE FOR A CAUSE": Bristol High School will host “Dribble for a Cause” to help The Kayla Irene Daniel’s Cure for Cancer Foundation on Friday at Bristol High School. Registration for dribbling is $10 and includes three tickets to shoot. Additional tickets for shooting ...

Agenda

• BROOKFIELD BOARD OF EDUCATION has rescheduled its meeting from today to 6 p.m. May 24 at the school complex auditorium. • MATHEWS BOARD OF EDUCATION has rescheduled its meeting from today to 6 p.m. May 24 in the high school cafeteria. • WARREN COUNCIL will meet 4 p.m. today at the ...

Deere time at tractor show

TRACTOR SHOW: The Antique Tractor Club of Trumbull County will hold a tractor show 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at the club grounds, 1653 Ridge Road, Vienna. The featured tractor is John Deere. There will be a basket auction, vendors, food and various entertainment, including Denise ...

A reunion and more in Southington

SOUTHINGTON — Members of the Southington Community Trust say they look forward to opening the doors of the historic Chalker Building to various programs. More than 75 members of the Chalker High School Class of 1967 and their families toured the building and attended a program honoring ...

Clubs & lodges

COLLEGE CLUB MEETING: The College Club of Sharon will hold its final meeting with a spring noon luncheon today at The Cornerstone Restaurant, 341 E. Jamestown Road, Greenville, Pa. Speaker will be Dr. Susan Traverso, the first female President of Thiel College. To join the club, contact ...

Bazaars

CHURCH SALE: The Methodist Women of Otterbein United Methodist Church in Champion is continuing its sale 9 a.m. to noon today at the church, 1128 State Road W., Champion. Proceeds will support the mission project. For information, call the church at 330-847-7072. TRUNK SALE: The Leavittsburg ...

Good neighbor

DEAR EDITOR: The Niles Ladies Moose Chapter 113 would like to thank Mr. Ron Aulet for allowing our Ladies Moose Chapter 113 the use of his banquet hall at 717 Belmont Ave., Niles, for our semi-annual charity Bingo Fund Raisers free of charge. We greatly appreciate his generosity in allowing us ...

Reunions

WGH 1956: The monthly luncheon of the Warren G. Harding High School June Class of 1956 will be 1 p.m. Tuesday at Hometown Buffet in Niles. Guests are welcome. For information, contact Harold at 330-565-0605. GREENE BANQUET: The annual Greene Alumni Banquet will be 6 p.m. May 27 in the Greene ...

Graduates

LANGFORD GRADAUTES: Bre’Yonna I. Langford, daughter of Barry and Ereka Langford of Warren, graduated May 6, 2017, from Tennessee State University in Nashville. The 2012 Warren G. Harding High School graduate received a Bachelor of Arts degree in English. She is the granddaughter of ...

Scouts & 4H

EARN A BADGE: Local Boy Scouts, Cub Scouts and Girls Scouts are invited to the fifth annual Bill Pearce Memorial Star Party, sponsored by The Mahoning Valley Astronomical Society, to earn the Astronomy Merit Badge or its equivalent. The Star Party will be 9 to 11 p.m. June 3 at Pogany ...

Howland park projects pursued

HOWLAND — Members of the Howland Rotary Club, Howland High School Interact Club and Howland Venturing Crew withstood the recent cold weather to complete various improvements at Howland Township Park. Ken Abell with the Rotary Club said the groups pulled all the staples out of the backs and ...

Opening is Saturday for dog park

DOG PARK OPEN: Dog park Scentral Park of Hubbard, 6068 W. Liberty St., is holding a grand opening from noon to dusk Saturday. The entire perimeter of the park is enclosed by 6-foot chain-link fencing, and the park is divided into sections for large and small dogs. There is a double-gate ...

Agenda

• KINSMAN ZONING BOARD will meet 6:30 p.m. Monday at township hall. • FOWLER ZONING COMMISSION will hold a quarterly meeting 7 p.m. Monday at the Fowler Community Center. • HUBBARD BOARD OF EDUCATION will meet 7 p.m. Monday at the boardroom, with work session 6 p.m.

Unused medication dropoff to be held

VIENNA WATCH TO MEET AT WINERY: The Vienna Township Neighborhood Watch will meet 5 p.m. Saturday at Hartford Hill Winery for its monthly meeting. The watch is also sponsoring an “empty medicine cabinet” event in conjunction with cleanup day 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday. The public can bring ...