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Students raise money to fight cancer

February 29, 2012 Raising nearly $2,100 in just three weeks, the students at Niles McKinley High School joined with Olive Garden’s Pasta for Pennies national fundraising program and three million other students... more »»

Longtime Niles educator Prosser dies

February 22, 2012 Just 10 days before his 100th birthday, longtime Niles educator David L. Prosser passed away Tuesday, Feb. 14, at Crandall Medical Center in Sebring. more »»

Society holds streak-free fundraiser

February 22, 2012 The Niles Historical Society has been working the past several years to raise funds for the construction of a research and lecture center to be built adjacent to the Ward Thomas House and Museum. more »»

Homes for Kids receives certification

February 15, 2012 The Board of Directors and Management Team at Homes for Kids in Niles recently announced its recent certification as a multi-dimensional treatment foster care Program. more »»

72 years of beautiful music

February 15, 2012 On Friday, the Shepherd of the Valley-Niles Dream Team fulfilled another Second Wind Dream when assisted living residents Bill and Molly Gales did something they have been doing for 72 years: makin... more »»

City team dedicates Relay to friend

February 15, 2012 The City of Niles Relay for Life Team is dedicated to making this year’s Relay for Life event bigger than ever in honor of a former city warehouse keeper, Melvin Dixon. more »»

Voters asked to support renewal

February 8, 2012 The Niles School District is asking voters to approve the renewal of an operating levy on March 6 that has been on the books since 1988. The 4.65-mill levy brings in about $1. more »»

Captain takes oath

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Seniors awarded scholarships

February 1, 2012 Nine Niles McKinley High School seniors sat nervously in the library last week while waiting for the results of the Clayman Family Scholarship Awards. more »»

City celebrates native son

February 1, 2012 Visitors toured the McKinley Library Memorial Museum and the McKinley Birthplace replica home Sunday during the annual celebration of the birthday of President William McKinley, who was born in Niles. more »»

Schools meet for basketball

January 25, 2012 The Girard Girls and Boys basketball teams and the Fairhaven Bulldogs basketball team got together last week for a scrimmage game and pasta lunch. more »»

New award offered

January 25, 2012 To honor the memory of longtime Warren educator Anne B. more »»

Sudol resigns due to illness

January 11, 2012 McDonald Councilman Peter Sudol, 43, has decided to end his second term a year early due to an illness that has taken away his voice. more »»

People to People selects local youth

January 11, 2012 The People to People program has selected 15 local high school students to tour Europe from June 20 to July 9. more »»

Santaland Brunch marks 25th year

November 23, 2011 For the past 25 years, children and adults enjoy the holiday spirit while helping others at the annual Santaland Brunch, hosted by Vernon’s Cafe and benefiting the clients of Niles Community Services. more »»

Niles to be honored by Racers

November 23, 2011 The owner of the Akron Racers pro-softball team, Joey Arrietta, is proposing Niles Night at Firestone Stadium as a way to honor the city she has adopted for the past 11 years. more »»

Games help with studying

November 2, 2011 Once again, the students at Mineral Ridge Middle School are embracing the competitive nature of Study Island, an online learning environment that combines curriculum based subjects with educational... more »»

Four vie for three seats

November 2, 2011 Four candidates are running for three city council at-large seats in next week’s general election. All of the candidates are familier faces in the community. more »»



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