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11 hrs ago | The Review
The Alliance High School band performed for the residents of McCrea Manor Nursing and Rehabilitation Center on Tuesday.
Life Scout Christian Ecrement of Boy Scout Troop 108, sponsored by First Baptist Church in Alliance, completed his Eagle Scout service project July 12 at Deer Creek Park.
Greater Alliance Carnation Festival Queen Kelby Smith and her court met their royal counterparts from around northeast Ohio Saturday during the Visiting Queens' Breakfast.
The 55th Greater Alliance Carnation Festival Grand Parade kicked off Saturday following a ceremonial ribbon-cutting by Cathy Grove, marketing coordinator for Rodman Public Library.
An officer spoke to the offending male, who apologized, saying he was a little frustrated.
By JOY BROWN STAFF WRITER Findlay has been awarded a $2.4 million grant from the Ohio Department of Transportation to improve downtown safety, walkability, bicycle accessibility and aesthetics.
Several more entries have been received by The Review in the "Take Your Hometown Newspaper on Vacation" contest.
Death is inevitable. When it comes by means of one's own hand, it's sad. But everyone is talking, and that's good because suicide is not an independent, isolated event.
Shady Lane Bakery, filled with pies, cookies and breads, is faithfully present at the market each weekend.
The Greater Alliance Carnation Festival queen and her court toured the Alliance Fire Department's Central Station on East Broadway Street Thursday and got a first-hand look at the life of a firefighter.
From 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday members of the Alliance Amateur Radio Club will hold a demonstration of the long-range capabilities of amateur radio.
HUNTSVILLE, Alabama - He sounds ethereal. But also a little bluesy. Ohio Weather band singer/guitarist Corey King's singing voice is affecting and effective but hard to place - there's no overtly audible influence.
Updated: Wed Aug 20, 2014 06:46 am
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