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Food bank kicks off donation drive

March 11, 2013 Braxton Hollis, 8, and a student at Howland Springs Primary School, is one of the many individuals helping to make a difference by collecting food so others won’t go hungry. more »»

Praise service started

March 11, 2013 Howland United Methodist Church and their 10-member praise band, Firmly Grounded, are welcoming members of the congregation to a new contemporary style. more »»

Lenten season: Worldwide observance

February 27, 2013 The First Presbyterian Church of Mineral Ridge is holding weekly Lenten services sharing discussions via Skype with different people involved in missions from around the world. more »»

Cancer society to paint town purple

February 27, 2013 With spring just a few weeks away, the American Cancer Society is making plans to Paint the Town Purple in celebration of the annual Niles Relay For Life. more »»

Niles newspapers go digital

January 9, 2013 Whether you’re looking for family history, an article from the past or just browsing, Niles newspapers from 1908 to 2009 are now available through the McKinley Memorial Library website, www.mckinley. more »»

On the Ice

January 9, 2013 more »»

Museum stays decorated

January 2, 2013 The Ward Thomas Museum continues the tradition of showing off its holiday decor with the monthly open house to be held from 2 to 5 p.m. Saturday. more »»

Students play Santa to residents

January 2, 2013 Eight students from National College, Youngstown Campus, and their instructor played Santa for six residents of Shepherd of the Valley – Niles on Dec. 21. more »»

Author tells kids to build characters

December 19, 2012 Shelley Pearsall, the author of five juvenile fiction books, visited Niles Middle School early this month for the third time to give a lesson to language arts students about building characters. more »»

Niles school to offer CPR?classes

December 19, 2012 Plans are being formulated at St. Stephen School for CPR classes for residents wishing to take classes to become certified. more »»

Volunteers get house ready for holidays

November 28, 2012 Volunteers from the Ward-Thomas Museum have been decorating the historic house since the first week of November and expect to have it ready for visitors in time for the holiday open house on Sund. more »»

Gallery to host artist’s reception

November 28, 2012 A reception to celebrate the work of artist, professor and author Al Bright, will be held from 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday at the Art Outreach Galley in the Eastwood Mal. more »»

Residents get a peek at new school

November 14, 2012 More than 400 students, parents, teachers and residents had the opportunity to tour the new Niles McKinley High School, currently under construction on Dragon Drive, and to meet interim... more »»

Homes for Kids seeks caregivers

November 14, 2012 Homes for Kids is hoping to make children smile by having local residents become foster caregivers to the many children needing families and homes. more »»

Students learn about Veterans Day history

November 14, 2012 All Niles elementary and middle school students learned about Veterans Day from Thursday through Monday when American Legion William McKinley Post 106 First Vice Commander Robert Marino visited each... more »»

Niles church welcomes new pastor

October 17, 2012 Bishop George Murry of the Diocese of Youngstown took part in the recnet installation of the Rev. John-Michael Lavelle who was appointed last summer as pastor of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Parish. more »»

Ridge teachers win rewards

October 17, 2012 While all of the teachers in the Mineral Ridge School District were honored through Sam’s Club’s Teacher Rewards Program, only 20 could receive the $50 gift cards provided for the purchase of... more »»

Ceremony declares bike trail official

October 17, 2012 The Niles bike trail will be great for everybody, said Mayor Ralph Infante, when the ribbon was cut Friday to declare the 10-year project officially complete. more »»

Bike trail set to open Oct. 12

October 3, 2012 The Niles Greenway Bike Path will officially open Oct. 12 with a ribbon-cutting ceremony to be held at 11 a.m. Oct. 12 at the Niles Trailhead at State Street and Robbins Avenue. more »»

 
 

 

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