Car Show

The Car Show will start on Monday, May 8th, form 5:00 to 8:00 pm. It will be located on the Mt. Carmel Festival Grounds until further notice due to the construction project.

The Village Bus will be offering rides from 5:00 to 8:00 pm to and from the Mt. Carmel Club on the south side of the river to the business establishments on the south side of the river.


Holy Rosary Food Pantry


  • Lowellville Seniors, disabled and Low Income
  • 4th Wednesday of Month
  • Call the rectory to sign up for this service at 330.536.6436

CVS/pharmacy and The Partnership For Drug-Free Kids Are Helping Lowellville combat drug abuse with safer disposal of Unused Medications
CVS Letter



American Legion Post #247

  • 2nd Thursday Every Month
  • New Members Welcome
  • Contact Commander Everett Oliver: 330.536.6575download

Lowellville2003Roslyn Torella, a former Lowellville resident (LHS class of 84) was kind enough to send our Mayor and the Village a compilation of newspaper articles covering events and people of Lowellville.

Follow this link to see the articles.


New Mini Bus Schedule




MON – Giant Eagle 9:00 am ~ Struthers Plaza 12:00

TUE – Rulli 9:00 am ~ IGA Struthers 12:00

WED – Aldi/Rulli 9:00 am ~ Marc’s/Walmart 12:00

THUR – Marc’s 9:00 am ~ Dollar Store Struthers 12:00

FRI – Giant Eagle 9:00 am ~ Struthers Plaza/IGA 12:00


MON THRU FRI – All In Town Runs Are Fr0m  11:30 – 12:00

                                   Ross Market/ Post Office

ALL DOCTOR APPOINTMENTS – Are to be made for the morning run so we                                                                       are able to return to pick you up.

ALL HAIR APPOINTMENTS – Are to be made for the morning run so we are                                                                able to pick you up.


Ohio Water Pollution Control Program

RiverBankThrough State funding and other possible aid Lowellville will have an opportunity to restore the river to a clean and natural appearance.

Letter From State

Priority List

Nomination Form


More Lowellville History – A Timeline

Lowellville2003Did you ever wonder what Lowellville was like a hundred years ago? Click here for a timeline from 1800 to 1990 (from the original document: 100th Year Anniversary, Centenial Celebration).


Just a Little Lowellville History

Lowellville2003Did you know that the geographical area we now know as the Village of Lowellville had a rich and facinating history? This history includes the American Revolution, the American Indian and family names that are still familiar to many current residents.

Follow this link to an excerpt (from the original document: 100th Year Anniversary, Centenial Celebration) written by Sarah (Sally) Anne Crespy Meehan.