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Quilts made to benefit many

October 3, 2012 Trinity Lutheran Church’s quilt group has been busy making special quilts for those in need both locally and worldwide. more »»

Alumni Association to induct new members

September 26, 2012 The Niles Alumni Association will hold its annual dinner Oct. 21 at Ciminero’s Banquet Centre. Social begins at 5 p.m. and dinner will be served at 5:30. more »»

Homes director named leader

September 26, 2012 Shannon Harnichar knew she wanted to help make the Mahoning Valley a better place when she applied to be a member of Leadership Mahoning Valley’s class of 2013. more »»

Memorial to host Civil War battle

September 19, 2012 The Civil War battle at Antietam, the bloodiest battle of the war, will be commemorated Saturday at the McKinley Memorial Auditorium. more »»

Crossing guards ready for season

September 19, 2012 Niles’ school district’s four regular school crossing guards and two substitute guards attended a refresher training course Monday led by Lori L. more »»

Church welcomes new minister

September 19, 2012 Pastor Teresa C. Smolka has been appointed as the new minister at Ohltown United Methodist Church in Mineral Ridge. more »»

Group remembers prisoners of war

September 12, 2012 The U.S. National POW/MIA Recognition Day, to remember prisoners of war and those who are missing in action, as well as their families, is designated the third Friday in September. more »»

Scouts host garden ceremony

September 12, 2012 A dedication ceremony was held Aug. 30 at the site of The ‘‘Plant’’iful Garden, designed and created by McDonald Girl Scout Troop 344. more »»

Woman celebrates 100th birthday

September 12, 2012 On Aug. 24, Millie Kucel Pollock celebrated her 100th birthday at Shepherd of the Valley Niles with a small family celebration. Millie has lived at Shepherd of the Valley since 1984. more »»

School construction on schedule

September 5, 2012 Niles high school students, who are now taking their first exams of the 2012-13 school year, will likely be taking their final exams in the new high school, if Superintendent Mark Robinson has... more »»

Students helping students at NMS

August 22, 2012 According to assistant principal Sam Reigle, Niles Middle School is Where Everyone Belongs. more »»

Business opens after long wait

August 22, 2012 For several months, residents passing through downtown Niles have been curious about the renovations going on at a former business on South Main Street. more »»

Wellness Center goes to the dogs

August 15, 2012 The Mayor Ralph Infante Wellness Center will be literally jumping Saturday and Sunday when dogs and their handlers participate in the Youngstown All-Breen Training Club’s dog agility trials. more »»

Fairhaven gets growing

August 15, 2012 Trumbull County commissioners and Trumbull County Board of Developmental Disabilities members were on hand for the recent dedication of the raised gardens at the Tony Tomaski Center / Fairhaven... more »»

Niles band twirlers headed for Peru

August 15, 2012 The Niles McKinley High School Marching Band recently returned from band camp at Edinboro University of Pennsylvania in preparation for the football season and their 31st Annual Band Night to be at... more »»

Church welcomes new minister

August 8, 2012 The Niles First United Methodist Church has welcomed the Rev. Nathan Howe as their new minister. more »»

Services set for Niles musician

August 8, 2012 By Kathleen Evanoff The Niles Times When Anthony Magliaro came home to Niles in 2010, donating his custom-made trumpet to the school district wasn’t his only reason for returning. more »»

Niles receives donation from school

August 8, 2012 Students and staff at Ross Medical Education Center have done community service projects each year and this year collected school supplies for elementary and middle school students in Niles city... more »»

Heritage Day to feature bird expert

August 1, 2012 Raptor and waterfowl rehabilitator Heather Merritt, of Warren, will be presenting an educational program along with some of her birds at the Niles Historical Society’s Heritage Day. more »»

Puppets bridge generation gap at SCOPE

August 1, 2012 From Granny, the feisty old woman with outrageous stories, to the shy, demure Paula the Possum, Helen Hammett entertained young and old alike last week when she performed with her puppets at the... more »»



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