The focus centered on community-police relations
The event will be March 21 at Touch Heaven Church in Canfield
It is available to people of all faiths.
By LINDA M. LINONIS email@example.com BOARDMAN Lent is a walk with Christ and a time to
Congregation Ohev Tzedek-Shaarei Torah is participating March 13
Mark Perlman shaves off mustache for fundraiser
By LINDA M. LINONIS firstname.lastname@example.org 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.
Families made many memories at the recreational area
Betty Strawderman has legal custody of the 22 children in her care.
The lack of money has curtailed services, but Saturday's fundraiser will help.
Ron Sabelli, a member of Congregation Ohev Tzedek in Boardman, wears gloves as he erases dirt from the Torah. The temple has eight Torahs and one Holocaust Torah. The one being cleaned, one of the temple's youngest, is about 125 years old.
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Brian Jones, a certified fitness instructor, leads senior citizens in a movement in the Arthritis Foundation Exercise Program offered at Niles SCOPE Senior Center.
Several hundred people gathered at Tabernacle Baptist Church for the event.
By LINDA M. LINONIS email@example.com CAMPBELL The Rev. Andrew Nelko continues a long-
Sts. Peter and Paul Ukrainian Orthodox Church continues the ethnic tradition with event Jan. 24
Those attending share a meal, fellowship and get produce through Garden Share Program.
Marion Calpin leads the activity at St. Michael Church
By LINDA M. LINONIS firstname.lastname@example.org BROOKFIELD As the oldest of eight children, Dick Smith
Agents say people who see outside animals with inadequate shelter, food and water should report it.
Orthodox clergy blessed water that flows through the Valley
Buying coffee benefits small farms around the globe
Abused, abandoned and neglected farm animals get medical care, food, shelter and love
Pastor Lock P. Beachum Jr. will speak at Victory Christian Center in Coitsville
The clinic had been housed in Bethlehem Lutheran Church, which is closing.
The church, founded in 1812, doesn't have the membership and funds to continue
A special service will be at 5 p.m. Sunday at Holy Trinity Missionary Baptist Church.
Cody Denmeade's health has declined and he is having seizures
With a vision and the help of many volunteers, St. Columba Cathedral becomes a glittering Christmas display
Four presentations are planned Sunday.
Our Lady of Sorrows Parish offers the wafers in Christmas packaging
St. John the Baptist Orthodox Church will sponsor the fundraiser on Saturday.
The festival of lights begins at sundown tonight.
Jason P. Wolf, Scout executive of Boy Scouts of America of Warren, lights a lamp Friday with the flame from the Peace Light that is traveling all over the world from Israel.
“The Prolog of John’s Gospel” will be Dec. 18 at the Ursuline Center.
Christmas cookie walk, soup and quilt sale is Saturday.
For some, Christmas is a time of grief and sadness
In the six-county diocese, various holiday help is available.
About 80 attended the Christmas vigil event at Brier Hill Cultural Center
Triplets, from left, Payton, Graycelynn and Brynnley Campbell, nearly 12 weeks old, will rotate in the role of baby Jesus in the live Nativity, Journey to Bethlehem, planned Sunday at Central Christian Church in Warren. With the babies are their mother, Charlotte; 2-year-old brother Lucas; and father, Brian. The parents will play Mary and Joseph.
John Allen speaks to First Friday Club of Greater Youngstown