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A letter sent by Superintendent Russell McQuaide to Vienna officials does not explain the district's objection to Officer Theresa Hartman.
Jim Brown of Boardman, left, gets some tips on a bus driver's job Wednesday from Jim Harris, who has been a Boardman schools bus driver for the past 10 years.
School officials say the work needed to complete the district’s realignment plan by June 30 is on target.
New York Times best-selling young-adult author Nic Stone visited Campbell Memorial High School on Tuesday afternoon as part of Black History Month.
The Mahoning County Educational Service Center is hosting its annual teacher recruiting event from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. March 4.
Boardman High School students cheer after a lockdown drill as first responders walk the halls. The event commemorated the first anniversary of the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., which killed 17 people.
U.S. Sen. Rob Portman, R-Ohio, recently delivered remarks of congratulations at a reception for his Class of 2019 Service Academy nominees and their families conducted at Ohio National Guard Headquarters.
Williamson Elementary preschooler Estevan Antonetty added googly eyes and a mouth to his Valentine’s Day bag.
School resource officer programs usually positive amongst local school districts
“The United States has how many marine sanctuaries?” students were asked in a competition Saturday at Youngstown State University’s Kilcawley Center.
All Star Code is sponsoring the program in Pittsburgh and NYC.
More than 500 pieces of art are for sale. The only requirement was the size – 5 inches square.
Local dentists and Choffin Career and Technical Center students donated their time and skills to Youngstown City Schools students for Give Kids a Smile Day on Friday.
Bernadette McRae-Elliot, left, one of the School at Work graduates, receives her certificate of completion from Georgette Peters, the School at Work facilitator during the graduation luncheon at St. Elizabeth Youngstown Hospital on Wednesday.
RJ Thompson, a tenured assistant professor of graphic and interactive design in the Department of Art at Youngstown State University, was chosen for the Community Development & Participation state art award.