Members of Westminster Presbyterian Church, where the preschool is housed, volunteered to build the whimsical float
A dedication is planned at 9 a.m. May 30 when an announcement about weekday concerts will be made.
The center would be a “one-stop” site offering resources and referrals
Peggy Potts and Doris Daniszewski, church members and avid gardeners, organized the project a decade ago
The preschool, which began as an outreach to the community, helps children discover the joy in learning.
The faith-based organization engages youth through recreational activities to develop life skills.
Farmers tout local products to restaurant representatives.
Anthony Madison shares how the program influenced his life in positive way.
Session on May 25 at the church is open to all to brainstorm ideas
Members react positively to use of projectors at Faith Community Covenant Church
Sgt. Ken Goist and the Rev. Stephen Popovich said preparation shows concern and pro-active approach.
Dr. Tina Swanson Brookes counseled people after shootings in Aurora, Colo., and Newtown, Conn.
Judge Theresa Dellick, keynote speaker, cited the “average people who make the biggest difference.”
Brides of Christ Worship team performs a song and dance at the National Day of Prayer observance in downtown Youngstown Thursday.
Community Career Connection is under way at Pleasant Valley Evangelical Church in Liberty.
Some of the sugar maples tapped are 120 years old.
The co-op cleaning business currently has 12 participants.
Mordechai Rosenstein is visiting the Valley to share his unique art
YWCA of Youngstown to host panel discussion Friday and other community groups will sponsor a march Saturday.
A gaga pit for an Israeli form of dodgeball will be constructed Sunday at the JCC then games will begin
A letter campaign begins this week
The family-oriented event Sunday at the JCC will feature music, food, displays and games.
The executive director will transition to senior development officer to focus on funding.
Donations from 2 estates have dramatically increased the number of items.
Participants may sample church food specialties and share in interfaith fellowship.
By LINDA M. LINONIS email@example.com youngstown “Glory to God,” the name of the new
“Never Again: Heeding the Warning Signs” was the theme of the 20th annual Valley observance.
Dana Donnelly of of Austintown holds Pancho, her English Lop, a breed characterized by long ears. He and his brother, Lefty, are both blind because of breeding and care problems. His condition underscores the reality that pet rabbits require special attention, proper food and veterinary care. Donnelly is among a network of people that works to save and find new homes for abandoned and neglected pet rabbits.
Candle and what it represents play prominent role Easter vigil
The Rev. Peg Welch, co-pastor of Boardman United Methodist Church, is keynote speaker.
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A walk with cross will start at noon at the McKinley Memorial
Maundy Thursday service begins at 6:30 p.m. at Chestnut Ridge Church of God in Hubbard
Passover begins at sundown tonight with Seders celebrated by families
Nick Anderson and Shelby Thompson, both 13, members of the youth ministry at Christ Our Savior Parish in Struthers, form palms into crosses. The crosses will be distributed at Palm Sunday Masses this weekend at St. Nicholas and Holy Trinity churches. The palms are used by Christians to celebrate the triumphal entry of Jesus into Jerusalem. Palm Sunday is the official start of Holy Week.
By LINDA M. LINONIS email@example.com boardman Three special services at St. Charles Borromeo
"The Earth Trembled" presented by Top Hat Productions, is in its 21st season.
Naturalist at Ford Nature Center teaches preschoolers about wind, one of the signs of spring.
He lives by the motto, “faith in God, faith in family and faith in friends.”
By LINDA M. LINONIS firstname.lastname@example.org canfield Lisa Velker believes the Cross-Walk at
The event is meant to promote understanding and recall Christianity’s Jewish roots.
Pope Francis I addresses the crowd from the central balcony of St. Peter’s Basilica at the Vatican Wednesday as he is introduced for the first time as pope. Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio, who chose the name of Francis, is the 266th pontiff of the Roman Catholic Church. Bishop George V. Murry of the Youngstown Diocese, in inset above, says his fellow Jesuit is known as man of science, a teacher, a good administrator and a champion of the poor.
Theologian, evangelist, administrator and teacher describe attributes that the new leader of the Catholic Church should possess.
Pastor Jay Eastman provides emotional and spiritual support to patients and families.
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The hot, hearty start to the day also includes a devotional.
Jon Simsic directs the 18-member group.
Immigration and welcoming strangers provided the theme.
By LINDA M. LINONIS firstname.lastname@example.org struthers Alvera Bell develops visual and tactal
Linda Spencer, left, and Sherry Ziegler, members of Bethel Lutheran Church Piecemakers, work on a small-square rainbow-colored quilt during a gathering Tuesday at the Boardman church.