‘Make Jesus Known’ is the church motto.
Deana Tareshawty, a Spiritualist minister, founded the spiritual arts and education center.
Unity Centre for Spiritual Living will conduct a prayer service at 7 p.m. today followed by a harp meditation.
The dogs and their handlers participated in a Stand Down/Resource Fair in Sharon, Pa.
Students of St. Charles School in Boardman chilled out Friday afternoon on the lawn in front of the school as 24 staff members answered the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge by being doused with ice water. Donations collected from the event will go to retired Boardman teacher Christine Terlesky, who has ALS.
The group and 2 others from Diocese of Youngstown do work projects
Springfield Township club specializes in fries; Greenford offers barbecued chicken and more
The event marked the 94th anniversary of the 19th Amendment giving women the right to vote
The cooking class, dinner and lecture were at the Jewish Community Center.
The Upton Association involves men and women interested in preserving the legacy of Harriet Taylor
The Warren woman worked tirelessly in the women’s suffrage movement.
The event is from Thursday through Aug. 30
A youth police academy is part of the program at E.B. Family Life Center
They share beliefs of the Southern Baptist Convention
The event will be Saturday at the church in Mineral Ridge
The committee also endorsed Rusu, independent candidate for probate court judge
The very reasonably priced clothes and accessories are sold at Western Reserve United Methodist Church.
The Girard resident performs as the music icon from 1954-58
Team from Westminster Presbyterian works on 2 homes
Rev. Nicholas Shori discusses how information will shape future
The Rev. David Merzweiler is pastor and gardener
Brian Corbin takes practical experience at diocesan level to national forum
The church building was destroyed by fire in May
She serves as assistant pastor at New Bethel Baptist Church in Youngstown
Mariah Leskovac, 10, second from left, and her sister, Destiny, 13, third from left, created Mariah’s Destiny to collect donations of new items such as toys and games for sick children.
Sister Joanne Gardner, left, archivist, and Sister Barbara Wincik, a member of the leadership team of the Sisters of the Humility of Mary, look at the community’s “A Living Document,” which details the community’s vision.
Bishop George V. Murry announced the honor at noon Mass on Sunday.
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Tours will be Saturday as the church participates in the Summer Festival of the Arts
About 50 people participated in the walk. An outreach rally followed.
The event Sunday showcases different styles of gardens.
Veterans to serve veterans are especially sought
First Unitarian Universalist Church hosted the flower exercise.
Quilts are earmarked for Vietnam veterans.
“Substantial” is the term used to describe a monetary gift to Cardinal Mooney High School by Denise DeBartolo York, CMHS class of 1968, and her brother, Eddie DeBartolo, class of 1964, and their families.
ACTION, NOW Youngstown and S.A.A.N.D.I. plan march on Tuesday.
Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King J. Planning Committee of the Mahoning Valley sponsored a gathering.
Food grown in the Valley and special music will be featured at Leetonia Mennonite Church.
Nancy Yuhasz started as a secretary in 1974 and was named chancellor in 1996
Members of Dangerous Curvez MC Inc., an all-female motorcycle club, gather at Wick Park in Youngstown. From left are Sondra Jones, Fatimah Phillips, Courtney Brown, Gwen Bell, Vickie Spencer, Taneka Hogan, Camesha Edmonds, Ranesha Daniel, Melanie Ross and Yatasha Hill, who founded the club with Jennifer Jackson.
‘Torn and worn’ religious articles were burned in a bonfire at St. Patrick Church in Youngstown.
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F5RS rescue group for small animals has collaborated with Beyond Expectations Speech Therapy on the program.
Sam Boak of Boak and Sons Inc. in Austintown poses with the company mascot, Marley, his 6-year-old golden retriever, who accompanies him to his office three or four days a week. “She brings smiles to work,” he said.
Judy Jones, Midwest associate director, conducts press conference
Emily Erb makes Blankets of Hope for cancer patients
Rabbi Steve Gutow leads the Jewish Council for Public Affairs.
The organization, founded in 1930, held its first show in 1932.
Christ Episcopal Church in Warren is hosting the event with a madrigal dinner tonight and festival on Saturday.
The ministry distributes personal care items and sack lunches on Saturdays downtown.