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Kover resigns as Dragons boys coach

April 25, 2012 NILES — For Rick Kover, the decision on whether or not to return for a seventh season as the Niles boys basketball coach may have come down to a smile from a 7-year-ol. more »»

Students encouraged to be MVPs

April 18, 2012 When David Lee Morgan comes to Niles Middle School each week, it is like coming back home. ‘‘I grew up here,’’ Morgan said. more »»

Churches host annual Interfaith banquet

April 18, 2012 Megan Lieber said she didn’t expect to walk away from the 46th annual Niles Interfaith Dinner Sunday night with a $500 scholarship. more »»

Ridge church welcomes new minister

April 4, 2012 With many area churches going through changes of getting new ministers and pastors or merging or joining other churches, the Mineral Ridge Church of Christ has named Tab Greenlee as the new pastor... more »»

The hunt is on

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Society prepares for annual dinner

April 4, 2012 The Niles Historical Society will present the Underground Railroad Program at the annual Spring Dinner to be held April 25 at Ciminero’s Banquet Center, 123 N. Main St. Dinner will be served at 6 p.m. more »»

Tripodi scholarship awarded to senior

April 4, 2012 Prior to announcing the name of the fourth annual Louis J. Tripodi scholarship winner, Rockey Tripodi, scholarship trustee, took a different approach. more »»

Officials help deliver meals

March 28, 2012 Niles Mayor Ralph A. more »»

Speaker influences local students

March 28, 2012 While recounting his own tumultuous adolescence, David Kohout, executive director of Talk Is Cheap Inc. more »»

TCESC art show features students

March 28, 2012 Students from McDonald High School will be featured in the Trumbull County Educational Service Center’s Fine Arts Celebration to be held from 5 to 7 p.m. more »»

Students receive gift from soldier

March 22, 2012 Seaborn Elementary School first graders in the classrooms of teachers Lori Reigle, Mary Hlasta, Carol Corklic and teacher’s aide Brandi Suarez spent the winter corresponding with a very special pen... more »»

Veterans group helps band

March 22, 2012 When Niles McKinley Band Director Carla Dean mentioned the aging instruments marching band students were using to retired Niles High School teacher and VFW Post 140 quartermaster Tom Karovic, she ha... more »»

Resident celebrates 101 years

March 22, 2012 The Niles Times Born March 20, 1911, Hilda Delany, a resident of Shepherd of the Valley in Niles, celebrated her 101st birthday Saturday with her family and the SOV staf. more »»

Speaker encourages NMS students

March 14, 2012 When Joel Penton spoke to students at Niles Middle School last year, he brought a message to students that was drawn from his own experience. more »»

Niles Rotary help with worldwide, local projects

March 14, 2012 Whether it’s getting dictionaries and thesauruses for local elementary school students or helping children in India get inoculations for polio, the Niles Rotary Club has spent years making a... more »»

Youthful Dragons look to carry on success from years past

March 8, 2012 In recent years, the Niles McKinley High baseball team has established itself as perhaps the school’s most consistent sports program. more »»

Mobile Meals to walk at Eastwood Mall

March 7, 2012 Trumbull Mobile Meals is participating in the national March for Meals campaign with a walking event to be held Saturday at the Eastwood Mall. more »»

Local author visits Niles school

March 7, 2012 When Dianna Skidmore, of Southington, found herself out of work after more than 30 years, her first thought was, ‘‘What do I do now?’’ Acting on a lifelong dream to write children’s stories and not... more »»

DJ takes to the waves

February 29, 2012 Jim Tricomi, 52, of Niles, is launching his own DJ business through an innovative new program known as the Ohio Microenterprise and Customized Employment Demonstration Project. more »»



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