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Bob Thompson, a sergeant with the Hubbard Police Department, started his full-time position at the schools this month.
Alan Kraut, an award-winning author, professor and immigration expert, will present a free lecture titled “‘Abnormally Twisted’ and ‘Unassimilable’: Anti-Semitic Nativism in an Era of Immigration Restriction, 1890-1924” at 11:45 a.m. Friday in the Witherspoon Rooms of Westminster College’s McKelvey Campus Center.
The new pantry is now fulfilling what was a need at Youngstown's Volney Rogers Elementary School.
With the help of a $5,000 grant from the Turning Foundation, students in Boardman will have the opportunity to increase their global awareness without leaving the classroom.
A jury found Eric R. Kline, a special-education teacher at Warren G. Harding High School, guilty of sexual battery in Trumbull County Common Pleas Court.
Mahoning County school officials say the unreserved funds line item in their budgets provides financial wiggle room.
More than 30 veterans shared their stories with Austintown high schoolers Wednesday.
The Turning Foundation, in partnership with The Raymond John Wean Foundation, has awarded 15 Innovative Teacher Mini-Grants.
Former WWE and WCW wrestling champion Marc Mero visited Choffin Career and Technical Center Tuesday morning as part of his “Make It Stop!” tour.
When Michael Narducci met with Ursuline High School students Friday morning, his aim was twofold.
Hilbun had just started the new school year one day earlier as a teacher’s aide in the district’s Roosevelt Elementary School, McDonald police say. She was placed on leave just after the investigation began.
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.