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Hills donates holiday meals to families

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MINGO JUNCTION — Hills Elementary School is helping its own by providing dinners to 10 of its students’ families this Thanksgiving. Principal Michele Minto said the school has regularly assisted families through its food pantry and Thanksgiving meals have been provided for the past four ...

Turkey Trot to benefit food pantry

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TORONTO — Before sitting down to a large Thanksgiving meal, area residents can get some fresh air and exercise while helping a local charity to feed many neighbors in need. Since 2015, people of various ages have been gathering on the morning of Thanksgiving Day for the Toronto Turkey Trot, ...

Donation benefits Faith and Light

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Baci Carpico, left, past state deputy of the Ohio Knights of Columbus and a current member of the Ohio Charity Foundation, recently presented a $1,000 check to Marybeth Coleman, second from left, correspondent of the Faith and Light community at Holy Family Church, Steubenville. With them are ...

Help for Bay Six Project

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The Mingo Knights of Columbus Council 4361 made a donation to the Mingo Junction-based Bay Six Project to aid in the mission’s effort to help the less fortunate during the holiday season. Shawn Zarych, grand knight, left, made a presentation recently to Bobby Westfall, founder and president ...

Community news from around the area

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Woman’s Club of Steubenville makes donations to charities STEUBENVILLE — The Woman’s Club of Steubenville has not been meeting this season because of coronavirus restrictions. However, the club maintains its dedication to community organizations and their needs, a spokeswoman ...

Sycamore Youth Center to host ‘Old-Fashioned Country Christmas’

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STEUBENVILLE — The Sycamore Youth and Community Center will be hosting its third-annual “Old-Fashioned Country Christmas” concert on Dec. 10, beginning at 7 p.m. “This year the concert will take place virtually and will not be open to the general public but only to family members of ...

Basketball is back

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Indian Creek head coach Steve Eft, left, and assistant Ron Tweedy discuss strategy during the second half of Monday night’s contest at Edison. The Redskins won, 84-29, in a game originally scheduled for Nov. 30. Both teams agreed to move it up a week in case COVID-19 shuts down their school. ...

‘Heart & Home Holiday’ virtual party set

Community

PITTSBURGH — The Joe Beretta Foundation is having its first virtual event on Dec. 5, beginning at 7 p.m. The “Heart & Home Holiday Party” will be hosted by Santa himself and will respect social distancing. Patrons can attend the holiday event as an individual, in the privacy of ...

Brooke County now red on virus map

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Brooke County health officials are urging residents to take measures to prevent spread of COVID-19, including avoiding large gatherings, as the county as reached level red for both its rate of infection and the percentage of residents who have tested positive. On Monday, West Virginia ...

Hospitalizations rise sharply in Ohio

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COLUMBUS — The number of people hospitalized in Ohio because of the coronavirus is growing rapidly and raising the possibility that elective procedures could be postponed, hospital officials and Gov. Mike DeWine warned on Monday. More than 4,300 people are currently in the hospital with ...