GREENVILLE – Although Bethel Life is not able to host a Night to Shine Prom in person because of the situation regarding COVID-19, Bethel Life is still going to honor guests with a drive-through celebration on Feb. 12.

HERMITAGE – A local manufacturer is offering its employees a suite of mobile apps developed by a new Hermitage company to help family and friends communicate and share information with their family circles.

SLIPPERY ROCK — A department within Slippery Rock University’s College of Business has a new name and is offering students a new certificate program. SRU’s Hospitality, Event Management and Tourism Department is now known as the Hospitality and Tourism Management Department, marking changes …

HERMITAGE – Two area senior community centers will benefit from nearly $10,000 in funding from the state Department of Aging to help them continue operating during the pandemic, state Rep. Mark Longietti announced Thursday.

YOUNGSTOWN – The Youngstown Playhouse mourns the loss of Joseph E. Scarvell, who died on Jan. 5 at his home in Hubbard, following an extended illness. He was 89.

HERMITAGE – Tails of Hope, Inc. is hosting its third drive-thru cat and dog food distribution event funded by The Glenn & Jean Harnett Private Charitable Foundation.

ALLIANCE, Ohio – The COVID-19 pandemic made traditional volunteering through the University of Mount Union’s Regula Center for Public Service and Civic Engagement undoubtedly difficult. Yet, 196 individuals participated in at least one of seven unique community service initiatives during the…

PITTSBURGH – With the number of COVID-19 cases growing throughout Pennsylvania, Delaware and West Virginia, Highmark has announced that members who require in-network, inpatient hospital care for COVID-19 will not have to worry about paying cost-sharing such as deductibles, coinsurance and c…

HUBBARD, Ohio – The clothing donation shed at Chestnut Ridge Church of God,  7215 Chestnut Ridge Road in Hubbard Township, which was temporarily closed due to the pandemic, has been reopened to the public.

The Herald Good News Fund’s 28th annual drive that will provide turkeys for Christmas to local families in need collected $15,089 this year. Thank you for your generous donations!


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