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Oct. 19, 1955: Community Mental Health Society organized here to embrace all of Mercer County

FROM THE ARCHIVES

A community Mental Health Society was organized here last night to replace the Greenville Mental Health Committee which has functioned since November 1953.  More...

Obituaries

Frederick Siege Jr.

Frederick Siege Jr., 73, of 40 Wasser Road, Delaware Township, passed away as a result of Alzheimer’s disease, early Sunday morning, Dec. More...

John E. Travaglini

John E. Travaglini, age 53, of 339 E. Jamestown Road, Greenville, passed away Saturday evening in St. More...

SERVICES

SIEGE — Frederick Jr., 73, of 40 Wasser Road, Delaware Township.  Visitation will be held Tuesday, Dec. 12, from 4 to 7 p.m. at Osborne-Williams Funeral Home & Cremation Services Inc., 73 & 75 Columbia Ave., Greenville.  More...

Community

Deck the Halls: GSO to present holiday concert Saturday at Thiel

The Greenville Symphony Orchestra will “Deck the Halls” with music, welcoming the holidays with a very special concert at 3 p.m. Saturday, Dec. More...

Greenville Coin Club meeting Thursday

Thursday, Dec. 14, the Greenville Coin Club will host its holiday meeting for members and the community at the Italian Home Club, 69 S. Race St.  During the evening, there will be the election for the 2018 vice-president position.  More...

Greenville Lions Club

CONNEAUT LAKE —  Friday, Dec. More...

‘She was the matriarch of the Good Shepherd’

Board, community bid farewell to Peace as her tenure draws to a close

Hugs and the phrase “I’m going to miss Mary Ann” were prolific at the Good Shepherd Center’s open house Sunday as board members and volunteers gathered to celebrate the retirement of Executive Director Mary Ann Peace, after 12 More...

12 Days of SWEATERS

- You can take part, too: Either email your photo to therecordargus@gmail.com, or stop in the R-A office, and a staff member can snap a photo for you. More...

 

News

ALL ABOARD!

(Top) Young passengers enjoyed their journey at the Greenville Area Public Library’s Polar Express Party Saturday. More...

Lawmakers say driving suspensions overused, fines too high

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Ohio lawmakers have accused the state of using driver’s license suspensions as an arbitrary punishment for offenses unrelated to driving while burying people under a pile of fees and fines.  More...

New Medicaid feature to reduce future nursing home enrollees

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Years in the making, Democratic Gov. More...

Sports

Bigger numbers, competition helping Mustangs improve

MERCER — After a few years of low numbers, the Mercer Mustangs’ wrestling team has a bigger team this season, and spirits are high.  “We didn’t have the numbers last year, but we had some decent kids,” head coach Je More...

Trojans among the best at Kick-off Classic

LOCAL SPORTS ROUNDUP

It was a near-perfect start to the 2017-2018 season for the Greenville Trojans wrestling team, with the home team defending their gym in the Sheetz Kick-off Classic by winning four of their five matches Saturday.  More...

Packers stun Browns 27-21 in OT, set up Rodgers’ return

CLEVELAND (AP) — Your turn, Aaron Rodgers.  The Green Bay Packers saved their season just in time for their star’s return.  Brett Hundley threw a 25-yard touchdown pass to Davante Adams in overtime as the Packers rallied from a More...