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Students to collect used jeans for Haiti

January 31, 2010 Helping victims of the recent earthquake in Haiti, students at Liberty Schools are bringing in their old, but gently worn, jeans to send to teenagers in need. more »»

Goodwill auction to help children

January 31, 2010 The Junior Group of Goodwill will hold its annual two-day auction event Feb. 5 and 6 at Stambaugh Auditorium. George Roman Auctioneers will preside over the event. more »»

Township works to give back all year

December 27, 2009 Liberty township residents and administrators have been working throughout the month to give back to those who need it the most. more »»

LEARN Academy offers new concept

December 27, 2009 Imagine walking into a classroom and the first thing you do is yog. more »»

Liberty gets new fingerprint machine

November 22, 2009 The police department no longer has to wait up to a week to see if a person they finger printed is wanted. more »»

Justice Project gets youths involved

November 22, 2009 Youth helping the community is what organizers of the Justice Project had in mind when starting the new program at Pleasant Valley Church. more »»

Illustrator visits Liberty school

November 22, 2009 With wildlife from leopards to geese and landscapes from meadows to city streets, a well-known illustrator and artist shared his talents with Liberty elementary school students. more »»

Ursuline students to present ‘West Side Story’

November 22, 2009 The Ursuline High School Theatre Department will present “West Side Story,” a musical with plot based on William Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet.” The musical will be held at 7:30 p.m. more »»

Liberty police blotter

November 22, 2009 Nov. 2 10:30 p.m. — A man at a 2910 Oakland Ave. apartment said he was jumped by three men. 5:47 p.m. — A woman was caught shoplifting at Wal-Mart, 200 Goldie Road. more »»

Watch for deer on roadways

November 22, 2009 It’s that time of year again and if reports from local police departments are any indication, deer versus car season is well under way. more »»

Liberty almost upsets archrival

November 22, 2009 LIBERTY — Girard quarterback Adam Charles couldn’t express his disappointment following an interception he threw in the first half on Oct. 30. more »»

Cities ink deal with V&M

October 25, 2009 YOUNGSTOWN — It’s finally over. more »»

Liberty woman to design logo

October 25, 2009 A township woman has been tapped to help Youngstown throw its biggest New Year’s Eve bash ever. more »»

Teams forming for school program

October 25, 2009 Destination ImagiNation’s 2009-10 season has officially begun, and local children are invited to participate and become part of the world’s premier creativity, teamwork and problem solving program. more »»

Dinner to include auction

October 25, 2009 The Girard Historical Society will hold its annual Historical Society Founders Day Dinner at 6 p.m. Nov. 7 at St. Mark’s Church, 3560 Logan Way, Liberty. A social hour at 6 p.m. more »»

Police Blotter

October 25, 2009 Oct. 21 12:15 a.m. — Troy Griffin, 32, 4015 Monticello Blvd., was arrested on a warrant and for the charge of domestic violence outside of his apartment. Oct. more »»

Police Blotter

October 25, 2009 Oct. 21 12:15 a.m. — Troy Griffin, 32, 4015 Monticello Blvd., was arrested on a warrant and for the charge of domestic violence outside of his apartment. Oct. more »»

Celebration to honor anniversaries

October 25, 2009 YOUNGSTOWN –– Bishop George Murry celebrated a special Mass Oct. 18 at St. more »»

Property Transfers

October 25, 2009 GIRARD Patrick Packo to Bank of America, 419 Reed Court, $30,000. Fannie Mae to Dolphin Business Associates, 35 Wilson Ave., $26,900. more »»

Liberty goes .500 in first eight games

October 25, 2009 HUBBARD — The Hubbard Eagles went into the locker room at halftime — confused and muddied from a field that was virtually unplayable after an Oct. 16 game. more »»

 
 

 

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