Staff Report LIBERTY Township administra- tors and police have added a new tool in the fight to
Nolan O’Renic, left, managing hair designer of Tri Changes Salon in Girard, and Kayla Quinlan, managing hairstylist, sit outside with the business’s three mannequins — Kathryn, Anthony and Georgia. For 20 years, the salon has garnered a lot of attention because of the mannequins sitting outside.
By Danny restivo firstname.lastname@example.org HUBBARD For more than eight years, Trans Rail America Inc.
By Danny restivo email@example.com HUBBARD City council backs an effort that could create a
By Danny restivo firstname.lastname@example.org Girard The city is getting some repairs to its bridges
If someone walked down North Avenue between Prospect and Broadway streets Wednesday, they may have witnessed a scene that resembled a cowboy movie.
Fred Ragozzine is a lifelong resident of Girard. The 86-year-old’s memory of the annual local Mount Carmel festival stretches as far back as he can remember.
By DANNY RESTIVO email@example.com GIRARD Mary Carasi of Illiniois Avenue in this city
By Danny restivo firstname.lastname@example.org GIRARD Even though Army Staff Sgt. Robert Kirkpatrick of
John Burgan, left, and Rich Suhovecky walk down Viola Avenue in Hubbard placing flags in yards for Independence Day. Local residents said they welcomed the flags as a sign of patriotism and unity.
By DANNY RESTIVO email@example.com GIRARD When Monsignor John A. Zuraw was ordained as a
Pam DeGenaro reacts to Thursday's ruling ruling on health care from the U.S. Supreme Court, contending it violates the federal constitution DeGenaro and others were interviewed while enjoying a meal at Jib Jab hot dog shop in Girard.
By DANNY RESTIVO firstname.lastname@example.org HUBBARD Police from three jurisdictions are investigating
By DANNY RESTIVO email@example.com GIRARD Earlier this month, the city was released from
By Danny Restivo firstname.lastname@example.org Liberty A former Mahoning Valley resident’s goal of a