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Howland namesake fell off Mayflower

December 8, 2013 If nothing else, do not fall off the boat. It is easy to imagine that this was the unspoken first rule for the Pilgrims traveling to America on the Mayflower in 1620. more »»

Living Lord kicks off anniversary

October 14, 2013 Living Lord Lutheran Church kicked off its 50-year celebration in July with former members who have become ordained ministers returning to the church to share their memories. more »»

Howland roads have interesting name origins

October 14, 2013 When traveling throughout Howland Township, one seldom stops to think of how its roads got their names. more »»

Girl Scouts complete projects

September 9, 2013 Two separate Girl Scout Silver Award projects were completed and dedicated last month at Howland Township Park and at the North Road Nature Preserve MetroPark. more »»

Longtime Howland official dies

September 9, 2013 Richard E. Orwig, longtime township trustee, school board member and co-founder of the Athletic Club, died Aug. 29 at the age of 87. more »»

Kubli receives Clayman Award

September 9, 2013 Shepherd of the Valley — Howland resident, Fred Kubli, was presented last month with the Niles Area Business Council’s William Clayman Community Pride Award. more »»

Flu helped create golf course

September 9, 2013 Ernest Davis, my grandfather, was a lumberman in Wisconsin when he discovered that the lands he cleared could be converted into golf courses. more »»

Veteran wins trip to All Star Game

August 12, 2013 Always a fan of the Cleveland Indians, Raymond Matwich Sr. more »»

Township to update public map

August 12, 2013 As public service to residents and businesses of the township, officials announced they are updating the township community map and guide for the first time in six years. more »»

Township to present East Market Music

August 12, 2013 Formerly known as Tuesday Tunes, Howland Township has revamped its concert program now known as East Market Music. more »»

Pavilions get a facelift

July 8, 2013 Two remodeled pavilions at Bolindale Park were dedicated June 8 in a small ceremony conducted by the township park commissioners. more »»

Cousins rescue woman, 89

July 8, 2013 Two cousins from Cortland were honored by the Howland Fire Department for their service to the community after aiding an elderly woman whose car broke down and subsequently lit the ground on fir. more »»

Howland is less green every year

July 8, 2013 When the surveyors from the Connecticut Western Reserve Land Company first traveled through the wilds of Trumbull County in 1798, they surveyed a swampy central Mosquito Creek wetlands and hilly... more »»

Problem solved at Mines

June 10, 2013 Ranked as number one in Trumbull County and 40th throughout the state of Ohio, 355 students at H.C. Mines Intermediate School have solved more than . more »»

Summer youth program kicks off

June 10, 2013 The township Summer Youth Sport and Recreation Program began June 3 and will be offered throughout the summer at various locations throughout the township. more »»

Students learn with traveling program

May 13, 2013 Students at Howland Glen Elementary School were given hands-on instruction last month when COSI on Wheels brought its Astounding Astronomy program to the school. more »»

Scout to complete park project

May 13, 2013 Local toddlers will have a play area all their own, as local girl scout Mackenzie Polakoff of Troop 598 plans to create a Toddler Park area near Tiger Town at Howland Township Park. more »»

 
 

 

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