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National Aviary expands its holiday offerings for children and adults PITTSBURGH — Visitors to the National Aviary will encounter beautiful new indoor and outdoor light displays and festive decor throughout the hallways, grounds and gardens as they enjoy getting up close with 500 birds ...

World’s largest Salvation Army Kettle

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Members of the Steubenville High School Key Club sit atop the world’s largest Salvation Army Kettle, which was stationed outside the high school on Tuesday. The students are trying to collect 4,000 canned goods, enough to fill the kettle. Helping with the effort were, first row, from left, ...

Brilliant Lions present coats to pupils at Buckeye North

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BRILLIANT — The Brilliant Lions Club Christmas dinner will be held Thursday at the Brilliant Christian Church, beginning at 6 p.m. The event will include door prizes. Club members on Nov. 29 presented coats to seven pupils at Buckeye North Elementary School as part of the Coats for Kids ...

Police reports

Daily Happenings

Toronto Arrested: Dunyasha Lawrence, 31, 1389 township Road 421, Toronto, failure to appear warrant out of Toronto county court, Monday. Ohio State Highway Patrol Arrested: Joey Barretta, 34, 722 Ferndale Road, New Cumberland, bench warrants out of Steubenville Municipal Court and ...

Vandalism leaves city leaders frustrated

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STEUBENVILLE — ­City leaders vented their frustration Tuesday with the person or persons responsible for painting graffiti on properties throughout town, including their own Belleview Park restroom. “It’s been going on about a year,” 4th Ward Councilman Scott Dressel said, pointing ...

2019 scholarship applications available through foundation

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The Community Foundation for the Ohio Valley announces 2019 scholarship applications are now available. Applications are available online at www.cfov.org by clicking the scholarships tab. The Community Foundation for the Ohio Valley administers more than 70 scholarship funds. Last year, ...

Toronto, Steubenville getting recreation grants

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TORONTO — City officials will use nearly $17,000 in state grant dollars to help transform an eyesore into what they hope will be a recreational masterpiece. Mayor John Parker said the $16,825 grant, announced Monday by state Rep. Jack Cera, D-Bellaire, will go toward installation of a ...

Library announces lineup of various programs and activities

Community

STEUBENVILLE — The Public Library of Steubenville and Jefferson County has announced the following lineup of programs and activities at its various locations: Adena Branch, (740) 546-3782 Adults: Make a craft on Dec. 10 at 5 p.m. Registration is required by calling the ...

Downtown Christmas parade to begin at noon Saturday

Local News

STEUBENVILLE — Downtown will come alive Saturday with the 2018 Eastern Gateway Sights and Sounds of Christmas: Nutcracker Magic Parade. The parade, which begins at noon, boasts more than 90 units, including five high school bands, four dance troupes and lots of nutcrackers. This year’s ...

Community news from around the area

Community

Community Unity Breakfast Saturday at Calvary church STEUBENVILLE — Calvary Community Missionary Baptist Church, located at 255 S. Seventh St., will host a Community Unity Breakfast on Saturday, beginning at 9 a.m. The keynote speaker will be the Rev. ReLoy Gainey, pastor of Quinn ...