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Ward-Thomas opens gardens

June 27, 2012 The Niles Historical Society will be opening the gardens on the museum grounds for tours during its scheduled open house to be held from 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday at the Ward-Thomas Museum, 503 Brown St. more »»

NCS to host annual golf outing Aug. 15

June 27, 2012 Niles Community Services, the areas agency to provide humanitarian assistance to adults and children throughout Niles, McDonald and Weathersfield Township, will be holding its annual golf outing Au. more »»

Library ‘Owns the Night’

June 20, 2012 Teenagers who participate in the McKinley Memorial Library’s summer reading program are staying up late, looking at the night sky, skulking around with nocturnal creatures and simply being creepy... more »»

Woodland Park plans fun summer

June 20, 2012 Woodland Park in McDonald will be buzzing with activity this summer with activities and programs for all age. more »»

Hobbyist plays puzzle with car

June 13, 2012 When Richard Garbus began restoring his latest 1956 Chevy, it had been sitting in pieces in his Niles garage since he bought it in 1985, a week after the devastating tornado that is still etched in... more »»

Avenue and Main hopes to revitalize city

June 13, 2012 The community enhancement group Avenue and Main met last week to discuss the goals of the organization and how those goals can affect the future of the city of Niles. more »»

Niles veteran marks 90th birthday

June 13, 2012 Leonard A. Bean, of Niles, celebrated his 90th birthday May 5 with a party at Ciminero’s Banquet Center when 60 guests shared in the festivities celebrating his life and achievements. more »»

‘Gizmo’ just the thing for nursing home

June 13, 2012 Once a week, the residents and staff of the Shepherd of the Valley nursing home and assisted living get a special visitor who never has a word to say, but gives lots of attention and love. more »»

City OKs street resurfacing

June 13, 2012 Following an ordinance before Niles City Council last month, bids were accepted for the city’s 2012 street resurfacing plan according to the Niles Department of Engineering. more »»

The Niles Times is your paper

June 13, 2012 The Niles Times is always looking for ways to better serve your community with news, photos and announcements of events that are taking place right here in our own local communities. more »»

Why not here in Niles?

June 13, 2012 The Bible clearly states that without a vision, people will perish. This scripture conveys a strong message on the importance of hope and faith and more importantly working towards a goal. more »»

DI?team third in the world

June 6, 2012 The Niles Middle School Destination Imagination Team, The Majestic Milkshakes, were shaking with excitement when their names were announced as third place winners at the global finals held last mont... more »»

Middle school rewards good deeds

June 6, 2012 For the fourth year in a row, teachers at Niles Middle School have been rewarding students who perform good works throughout the school year. more »»

Firefighters honor fallen

May 30, 2012 Firefighters from the Niles Fire Department gathered at the fire station Monday to honor fallen firefighters. more »»

Lawn concerts set for summer

May 30, 2012 The city will be alive with music this summer as the McKinley Memorial Library and Shepherd of the Valley prepare for their annual lawn concert series. Concerts at the McKinley Memorial begin at 7 p. more »»

Rotary announces Citizen of the Year

May 30, 2012 The Niles Rotary Club announced Linda Bennett as the Rotary Outstanding Citizen of the Year last week at its regular meeting held at Ciminero’s Banquet Centre. more »»

Students go out to the ballgame

May 23, 2012 Niles McKinley High School intervention specialists Jody Conway and Josh Krumpak, along with 22 students from the inclusion classroom traveled to Cleveland last week to enjoy a Cleveland Indians... more »»

Fifth Street bridge opens after repairs

May 23, 2012 Residents used to the clickety-clack of vehicles crossing the one-lane wooden bridge at the end of Fifth Street will have to used to a new sound. The sound of silence. more »»

By KATHLEEN EVANOFF The Niles Times

May 16, 2012 With a donation from the Cafaro Corporation, renovations to Bo Rein Stadium at Niles McKinley High School could begin as soon as next year. more »»

Students pack punch to Knock Out Drugs

May 16, 2012 Students from Niles McKinley High School competed in the 25th annual K.O. Drugs boxing tournament held each Monday in April at the Palermo Center in Campbell. more »»

 
 

 

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