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Girard in line for money for road, dam improvements

April 6, 2009 Girard may get some badly needed funds to make improvements to U.S. Route 422 and to repair the Liberty Lake dam. more »»

Seniors want more than 4-8 record of 2008

April 6, 2009 YOUNGSTOWN — The current group of seniors on the Youngstown State football team is the smallest class the Penguins have had in five years. more »»

Girard requests audit

March 15, 2009 GIRARD — Mayor James Melfi said he has no problem with a request by City Council to have a performance audit done of the Water Department. Melfi said on Feb. more »»

Legislation would help fight blight

March 15, 2009 Metropolitan areas like Warren and Youngstown that are struggling to reverse continued population loss and declining neighborhoods could be in line for more federal assistance. U.S. Rep. more »»

Chief checking into reserve program

March 15, 2009 LIBERTY — Township police Chief Richard Tisone is researching how to bring a reserve officer corps to the department. more »»

District to solicit bids for new school

March 15, 2009 GIRARD — New schools for Girard students are in the works. more »»

13-year-old wins big in competition

March 15, 2009 GIRARD — Justine Palmer, 13, of Girard recently traveled to Columbus to compete in the National Baton Twirling Association’s 2009 Ohio State Solo Championships and Open Competition. more »»

Pavlik gets back to successful ways, looking toward next fight

March 15, 2009 YOUNGSTOWN — It’s amazing what one loss can do to a fighter’s reputation. Five months ago Kelly Pavlik’s name came up in nearly every discussion of the world’s best pound-for-pound boxers. more »»

Pavlik has given-Valley boxing-a second life

March 15, 2009 When I was a sophomore at Warren G. more »»

Pavlik’s rise lifts spirits of Arroyo

March 15, 2009 YOUNGSTOWN — One of Youngstown’s best fighters ever was at ringside for the start of the card. more »»

Struthers, Youngstown boxers win on undercard

March 15, 2009 YOUNGSTOWN — It was a good night for Struthers super welterweight Jake Giuriceo, who was one of the stars on the undercar. more »»

Player shoots hoops for food

January 30, 2009 GIRARD — When Emily Smerchansky visited Second Harvest Food Bank in August with her father John, she knew right away she had to do something to help. more »»

Girard studies bids for utilities

January 30, 2009 GIRARD — Bids for two components of utility work at the proposed new school building came in under the estimate. more »»

Petitions for water meters could be voided

January 30, 2009 GIRARD — The administration is reviewing whether it can purchase automated water meters after a move to put the issue on the ballot was invalidated. Mayor James Melfi said on Jan. more »»

Schools in line for $103 million

January 30, 2009 WARREN — The economic stimulus package that was expected to receive congressional approval could deliver $103 million in direct aid to school districts in Trumbull, Mahoning and Portage counties. more »»

Girard senior named winner in fashion contest

January 30, 2009 Karisa Tondo Kramer, senior at Girard High School, was recently was named the local first-place winner at The Art Institute of Pittsburgh in The Art Institutes’ Passion for Fashion Competition. more »»

Girard to vote on aggregation

January 30, 2009 GIRARD — City residents will get to choose in May if they want the administration to seek aggregation plans for electricity. more »»

Cops say man threw sword under car

January 30, 2009 GIRARD — Police say a man they were trying to stop early Jan. 22 threw a samurai sword underneath a parked car. Jeremy Potts, 24, 215 E. Wilson Ave., was arrested about 3:50 a.m. more »»

Stadelmyer gives verbal commitment to Youngstown State football team

January 30, 2009 Kyle Stadelmyer did a little bit of everything during his four years at Girard High School. more »»

 
 

 

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