Church items stolen
YOUNGSTOWN -- The pastor of Solid Rock Church, 2642 Glenwood Ave., reported items were stolen from a shed on the property. Pastor Steve Fazzini told police the shed was broken into twice in January and he suspects a former worker. Missing were yard-care equipment, a computer and a drum set. Total value is $2,100.
Story times planned
YOUNGSTOWN -- Story times for children from 18 months to 4 years will be offered beginning at 10 a.m. Wednesday at the Mahoning Valley Historical Society, 648 Wick Ave. Food will be this month's theme, with activities including making vegetable prints and bread dough. Story times will be on the second and fourth Wednesdays of each month. A $5-per-child materials fee will be charged; no charge for children of society members.
Program for kids
CAMPBELL -- St. Joseph the Provider School, in conjunction with the Red Cross, will conduct the Pint Size Hero's Program, a combination educational program for children, and a blood drive, in which pupils recruit their parents or other adults as donors. The blood drive is from 2 to 7 p.m. Feb. 20 at the school, 633 Porter Ave. Call (330) 755-0266 for information.
Lawrence Co. candidate
NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- Steve Craig is running for the Democratic nomination for Lawrence County commissioner. Craig, 49, of East Leasure Avenue, New Castle, is seeking one of two Democratic nominations in the May 20 election. Craig is a graduate of Neshannock High School. He received his undergraduate degree from John Carroll University and a master's degree from George Washington University. He has worked in planning and site development in Pennsylvania, New York, Michigan, Maryland, the U.S. Virgin Islands and Russia. He previously was director of the western Pennsylvania office of the Pennsylvania Environmental Council and director of the Lawrence County Planning Commission.