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Property tax abatements caused 180 school districts across Ohio to forgo $125.6 million in revenue, according to district financial reports issued for the 2017 fiscal year
She is accused of stealing $8,300 from the McDonald Parent Educator Group.
A high-profile open-carry walk at Kent State University on Saturday was far from what “gun girl” and alumna Kaitlin Bennett wanted it to be.
Prestin Allan embraces the Hubbard Homecoming queen, Ramiah Givens, during a rehearsal of the homecoming pep rally Friday afternoon at the high school. At the time he was a candidate, but later found out he was chosen this year’s homecoming king.
Authorities say a school bus with students aboard has collided with a pickup truck in Pittsburgh, leaving some students with minor injuries.
The protesters asserted that the judicial confirmation process should be extended to thoroughly investigate sexual-assault allegations made by women against Kavanaugh, who is a Yale law-school alum.
Six seniors from the Valley were named National Merit Scholarship Semifinalists.
Potential Development School for Students with Autism saw a 44 percent increase in students’ enrollment from the 2017-18 school year to the 2018-19 school year
School leaders discussed changing graduation requirements.
Third-graders do work Thursday in Tracy Kaschak’s McKinley Elementary School classroom in the Poland School District. The district earned an overall B grade in the latest Ohio Department of Education State Report Card.
Youngstown City Schools CEO Krish Mohip said he doesn’t anticipate dramatic improvement in letter grades but hopes to see improvement in student growth.
State Rep. Glenn Holmes emphasizes the need for violence prevention programs in schools.
Youngstown State University President Jim Tressel told Girard High School seniors there are three things they will need to succeed in life: curiosity, grit and selflessness.
Dakota Kuhley, back, and Elijah Dixon straighten boxes on the shelves of the Struthers Middle School’s food pantry. The pantry provides food for students whose families are in need.
Howland School District could achieve annual savings of about $3.4 million through staff reductions and other measures recommended in a performance audit released this week by Auditor of State Dave Yost.