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A visit from the zoo

July 26, 2009 Liberty Community News / Kathleen Evanoff ABOVE:?The Akron Zoo mobile classroom visited the Liberty Library July 7 as part of the children’s reading program. more »»

Fifth and Goldie set for paving

July 26, 2009 Township trustees met July 13 and accepted a state grant to pave all of Goldie Road and portions of Fifth Avenue. Trustee Chairman W. more »»

ODOT holds open house on I-80 work

July 26, 2009 The Ohio Department of Transportation held an open house July 23 at the Township Administration Building to discuss separate projects on Interstate 80 running through Liberty and Girard. more »»

Historical Society to host picnic in park

July 26, 2009 The Liberty Historical Society will be holding its annual Picnic in the Park at 4 p.m. Aug. 6 at Churchill Park. more »»

Chamber seeks business data

July 26, 2009 The Youngstown/War-ren Regional Chamber is sending a survey to more than 1,200 area businesses seeking data that will be used to update its Starting Wages and Benefits report. more »»

Another AAC title?

July 26, 2009 Liberty sophomore girls tennis player Victoria Ferry ended last season with a trip to the district tournament in Canto. more »»

For tennis, it’s all about the honor system

July 26, 2009 In most sports, scores, calls and points are kept by a neutral party. In tennis, like golf, those are made by the players. more »»

Still time to vote for funds

July 26, 2009 Although the economy seems to be leveling out, it still seems to be at the low end of the spectrum when compared with where we were a few years ago. more »»

Libraries oppose state budget cuts

June 28, 2009 Ohio Gov. Ted Strickland’s plan to reduce public library funding would have devastating effects on the seven-library system in Trumbull County, their directors are saying. more »»

Celebration of the summer

June 28, 2009 Unity Church Centre in Liberty held a Native American ‘‘Celebration of the Summer Solstice’’ with movies, discussions on Native American culture, displays, bracelet making, drumming and snake dance... more »»

Officials go to D.C. to lobby for funds

June 28, 2009 LIBERTY — Township officials are hoping some personal time with their elected representatives could help them collect money to build a new central fire station. more »»

Township gets power discount

June 28, 2009 Liberty Township residents may notice a decrease in their electric bills later this summer due to a discount in the electric-generation portion secured through the North East Ohio Public Energy... more »»

Italian deli to sponsor oases

June 28, 2009 Jimmy Occhibove is grateful to the community that he says welcomed him with open arms more than 27 years ago when he moved his business here from Youngstown. more »»

Hollanders honored by B’nai B’rith

June 28, 2009 Mervyn and Marlene Hollander will be honored by B’nai B’rith as the 2009 “Guardians of the Menorah” at a Tribute Banquet at 6:30 p.m. today at Temple El Emeth, 3970 Logan Way, Youngstown. more »»

Returning to the glory days

June 28, 2009 As Marlon McGaughy prepares to take over the Liberty High School basketball program, he has a former Leopards coach in mind whose style he would like to replicat. more »»

Back for more

June 28, 2009 NILES — Eighteen anxious baseball players turned their attention to the front of the room and listened attentively to the man speaking. more »»

Former Red Sox great’s son with Scrappers

June 28, 2009 NILES — It’s hard to imagine that a minor league baseball game could get the best of a World Series veteran who spent 12 years playing for the Boston Red Sox. more »»

Cutting libraries would be harmful

June 28, 2009 With the economy in the tank and people looking for ways to save money yet still enjoy summer activities, it’s no wonder area libraries are exploding with activity. more »»

Deli marks 70 years

June 1, 2009 Rose Kravitz, along with her husband, Herbert, founded Kravitz Delicatessen in 1939, but their son, Jack, made the restaurant and catering business what it is toda. more »»

Team Taylor walks for a cure

June 1, 2009 Photos by R. Michael Semple / Liberty Community News Members of Team Taylor prepare to take the first team lap at the Liberty Relay for Life held May 15 and 16 at Churchill Park. more »»

 
 

 

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