By LINDA M. LINONIS email@example.com YOUNGSTOWN Lent Madness has attracted a faithful
Children made cookies and groggers then listened to a story by the rabbi.
Charles “Chuck” Butch, a Campbell police officer, found this stray dog on Wilson Avenue in the city Monday. The dog has since been reunited with its family and licensed. Police Chief Drew Rauzan, who has three dogs including two rescues, said the department has an animal-friendly history, but is being more proactive in animal-related incidents.
The fundraiser is at Antonucci Horticulture Library at Mill Creek MetroParks.
Laughing benefits the body and mind.
Imposition of ashes reminds humans of their mortality
Chocolate took center stage this Valentine's Day weekend at Salem Public Library, as Kim Kenney, curator at McKinley Presidential Library & Museum in Canton, offered insights into the alluring treat during the presentation “Sweet Stuff: The Story of Chocolate” Friday afternoon.
A member of Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church designed two new windows
The event will be at 6 p.m. Sunday at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Warren
Catholic Charities uses funds to help people in need.