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Ombudsmen are senior advocates

October 25, 2009 Ohio’s state budget included changes in how nursing homes are reimbursed for services to residents receiving Medicaid assistanc. more »»

Liberty class plans reunion

October 25, 2009 The Liberty High School Class of 1989 will hold its 20-year class reunion at 7 p.m. Nov. more »»

High School Football Coverage

October 6, 2009 For complete coverage of area High School Football, visit Under the Lights. more »»

Students are ‘digging’ science

September 27, 2009 Digging into the ground of W.S. more »»

Residents reminded to update alarms

September 27, 2009 The Liberty Fire Department is reminding residents to change the batteries in their smoke alarms and carbon dioxide detectors in conjunction with the change from Daylight Saving Time on Nov. 1. more »»

Northside to walk for infant loss

September 27, 2009 Liberty Community News The 22nd annual Walk to Remember will be held from 10:39 a.m. to noon Oct. more »»

Police Blotter

September 27, 2009 Sept. 16 4:51 p.m. — William Watt, 25, 30232 Northgate Blvd., was arrested on a warrant. 2:33 p.m. — Two women took seafood from Aldi’s, 3497 Belmont Ave. 4:32 a.m. more »»

Seven Seventeen offers scholarships

September 27, 2009 Seven Seventeen Credit Union will be expanding its scholarship program to eight $1,500 awards. more »»

Trumbull 4-H hosts family fun day

September 27, 2009 The Trumbull 4-H Advisory Committee is hosting a Fall Family Fun Day for 4-H families in Trumbull County from 1 to 5 p.m. Oct. 24 at the Wildare United Methodist Church in Cortland. more »»

On the winning track

September 27, 2009 LIBERTY — After playing the first half tied, Brandon Martin put the Leopards ahead for good in the third quarter and gave Liberty the All-American Conference, White Division win against Struthers on... more »»

Fruits, veggies are smart treats

September 27, 2009 It turns out your mother was right — you should eat fruits and vegetables every day. The need for healthful eating is something you never outgrow. more »»

Liberty rated ‘effective’ in annual report

August 30, 2009 The Liberty School District was among the majority of Trumbull County schools that earned an effective rating from the Ohio Department of Education’s Academic Report Cards from the 2008-09 school... more »»

Time for band night

August 30, 2009 The Liberty High School marching band welcomed bands from Mathews, Ursuline, Girard, Warren, Howland and Hubbard to their band night Aug. 26 at the high school stadium. more »»

Walmart shows off at open house

August 30, 2009 The Liberty branch of the Warren-Trumbull County Public Library has been preparing for budget cuts and beginning this month, will take several cuts in its hours of operatio. more »»

Library feels brunt of cutbacks

August 30, 2009 The Liberty branch of the Warren-Trumbull County Public Library has been preparing for budget cuts and beginning this month, will take several cuts in its hours of operatio. more »»

Leopards ready to roar

August 30, 2009 LIBERTY — It didn’t matter that there was 35 years of coaching experience at their respective schools for coaches Tony Napolet (John F. Kennedy) and Jeff Whittaker (Liberty). more »»

Museum gets a new curator

August 30, 2009 Rachel Doddato of Sharpsville, Pa, has accepted the position of Assistant Curator at the Sutliff Museum in Warren. She will be responsible for the Collection Management function of the Museum. more »»

Valley receives grant money

August 30, 2009 The Mahoning Valley was a winner in more ways than one according to the Regional Chamber’s office of Government Affairs. more »»

Gallery calls for FIRST LEGO teams

August 30, 2009 The Art Outreach Gallery, located at the Eastwood Mall in Niles, will host the 2009 rookie FIRST LEGO League (FLL) robotics team as part of its effort to become a central Hub of educational robotics... more »»

Township kicks off senior watch

July 26, 2009 Township police officers were installing safety lights and lock boxes last month at the homes of residents who signed up for the Senior Watch program, created last year and in full swin. more »»

 
 

 

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