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The dance, now in its 21st year, brings students with special needs from more than 30 schools across three counties together for a prom experience.
Maeson Green, a Fitch High School junior, puts his best foot forward with his shoe-repair and cleaning business.
Austintown schools announce concert schedule
Austintown second-graders showed their historical knowledge at Austintown Elementary’s annual Wax Museum Show
Twenty high-school seniors from Mahoning, Trumbull and Columbiana counties each received $7,000 scholarships.
More than 500 grandparents and special guests attended 400 St. Christine School students’ annual Grandparents Day
A spokesman said Project Veritas does not comment on ongoing investigations “real or imagined.”
Boardman police Sgt. Chuck Hillman soon will leave his job as a school resource officer after 15 years to become supervisor of the township’s 911 dispatch center.
Brogan Todd, Volney Rogers Elementary kindergarten teacher, was named Youngstown City Schools Teacher of the Year for 2018.
Hubbard Elementary School students pulled all the stops to make their Pennies for Patients fundraiser in April successful.
Campbell students are in the final month of their preparations before they participate in the Destination Imagination global finals in Knoxville, Tenn.
Struthers third-grade students roll a skate down a binder as part of a STEM lesson during their field trip to the Skate Zone in Austintown Tuesday. The students, from left, are Leah Markotan, Pearlie Edmonds, Chloe Hardin and Hunter Wilson.
Canfield High School students have drafted a bill proposal to put mental health at the forefront of safety conversations
An active shooter conference at YSU sought to “put tools in the toolbox” for businesses and schools concerned about security.
Colin Russell of Boardman explains how he designed a flag-retirement site for AMVETS Post 44 in Struthers. It features a custom-built fire pit with logos honoring both AMVETS and the Boy Scouts. Russell completed the activity for his Eagle Scout service project.