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Niles Times

Following faith: Writer talks life, sports with fans

NILES — One thing that Terry Pluto has an abundance of is faith. Something else he has in abundance is stories. Pluto, a sports columnist for the Cleveland Plain Dealer since 2007, discussed his long career at the paper by sharing anecdotes with the nearly 50 people attending his ...

One hundred books donated

NILES — The children’s section of the Niles McKinley Memorial Library has grown considerably larger thanks to a donation of 100 books from the Brownstone Book Fund, a private foundation based in New York City. “We’re just excited to be able to give our collection a little boost, ...

Niles jubilant in release from its state watch

NILES — Ohio Auditor Keith Faber on Monday released the city of Niles from fiscal emergency after what was described by state officials as a near-record turnaround from serious debt to financial stability in a span of four-and-a-half years. “It’s truly amazing, the level of ...

Family still seeking info in disappearance

GIRARD — Dozens of people showed up at Girard First United Methodist Church Saturday afternoon to remember Charlotte Nagi Pollis, who was reported missing from her Girard home on March 12, 1994. Tuesday marked the 25th anniversary of her disappearance, and her brother, Ali Nagi, continues ...

Ohio Presidential Trail includes Niles stops

TourismOhio, in partnership with the Ohio History Connection, has launched the Ohio Presidential Trail on Trails.Ohio.org. The 13-stop trail, which includes two sites in Niles, invites travelers to find history in Ohio by highlighting homes, libraries, museums and monuments that tell the ...

Library news

The following events will be held at the McKinley Birthplace Home unless otherwise noted: • Family Game Night, 6 p.m. today — Pizza and games like Lift It, Twangled, Once Upon a Time and others will be offered in partnership with Crystal Dragon Games and Hobbies. • Teen Thing, 3:30 ...