Police seek information on series of burglaries

Police seek informationon series of burglaries
BOARDMAN -- Township police are asking for help from the public in helping to stem a series of burglaries at businesses along both the Market Street and U.S. Route 224 corridors in the past several weeks.
Police have asked that anyone witnessing suspicious activity along these corridors to contact the dispatch center at (330) 726-4144. If anyone has information regarding the burglaries, contact Sgt. Ray Polombi or the Crime Prevention Office at (330) 729-2062.
Open house planned
NORTH JACKSON -- Jackson-Milton Schools Facilities Committee will hold a community open house at the high school from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. May 1. The public will be provided information on the May 3 bond issue, which will fund construction of a a new Jackson-Milton sixth-to-12th-grade facility near the elementary building.
The open house will feature building tours. The architects for the proposed building will be on hand for questions. There will also be activities for children of all ages including: face painting, carnival games, bouncer, free brunch, art show, book fair, cheerleading demos, basketball and volleyball games (students vs. staff).
Symposium Saturday
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. -- Thirty-four students from Westminster College and Youngstown State University are expected to participate in Westminster's Undergraduate Research Symposium from 8-10:30 a.m. Saturday in various locations of the Hoyt Science Resources Center. Dr. Ann Throckmorton, chairwoman and associate professor of biology and coordinator of the event said students from all disciplines who have been involved in individual scholarly research and creative projects will give oral presentations. The event is free and open to the public. For more information, contact Throckmorton at (724 ) 946-7209 or e-mail athrock@westminster.edu.
Income survey
LEETONIA -- The village will be conducting a Low-Moderate Income Survey from 6 to 8 p.m. today , with a rain makeup date of Tuesday from 6 to 8 p.m.
The door-to-door survey will be conducted to assist in securing a $250,000 grant for improvements in the village.
Residents are asked to cooperate and show their support for their community and this grant, village officials said. Information from the survey will be good for five years and will assist the village in securing future grants.
Residents will be asked two questions: How many people are residing in the residence, and what is the gross income range of the household.
All information will be kept confidential. People conducting the survey will display a yellow ID badge and have a letter of authorization from the mayor.

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