A group of Whitehall’s top students came together Monday afternoon as part of an effort to make the holiday’s a little merrier for one local family. Members of the National Honor Society and the Junior National Honor Society purchased and wrapped gifts and food for a family they adopted. “This is the first time we’ve […]
For 30 years, John Carroll’s gravestone rested facedown in the grass of Our Lady of Angels Cemetery, unrecognized and unreadable. But thanks to a project by Our Lady of Hope Catholic Church, the sun once again shines upon the face of the 87-year-old stone. Earlier this summer the church began to make a series of […]
Ardyce Bresett was searching for knitting patterns on the Internet, and what she found has led to a unique donation from patrons of the Pember Library and Museum. Bresett, the Pember librarian, was looking for a new project for herself, and she found the site of Special Olympics. Each year, Special Olympics asks supporters who […]
The industry he has given decades of his life to has now honored him, as Robert ‘Bob’ Vanderminden has been named the International Casual Furnishings Association Lifetime Achievement Award winner for 2011. Vanderminden was recognized Sept. 14 at the industry gala held at the Field Museum in Chicago in front of several family members including […]
Into every life a little rain must fall and fortunately for Granville’s Class of 2011, all of that rain fell outside while the soon-to-be alumni stayed cool and dry in the high school gymnasium. Although Friday’s 125th graduation ceremony was forced inside by rain nothing could dampen the spirit of the graduates who sang, […]
103 and counting Ask Brendan Miller about reaching the 100-win milestone for his career as a Granville Golden Horde wrestler and you might be left with the wrong impression. “It felt just like any other win,” Miller said when asked about joining teammates Karl Palmer and Eric Hastings with 100-plus wins over the span of […]
During World War II, young men from all over the country joined together to fight as a “band of brothers.” For Paul Gordon, he just wanted to follow in the footsteps of his actual band of brothers, who were already serving in the military or preparing to.