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Boardman school officials more positive after levy passage

Voters approved the levy last week, and it will bring in an additional $4.9 million.


12 Trumbull County seniors get Wolves scholarships

Four Girard students received the first Officer Justin Leo Memorial Scholarship award.


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Lordstown students deliver fun to children’s hospital

The book drive resulted in more than 400 books and puzzles for Akron Children’s Hospital Beeghly Campus patients.


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YPD investigates two shootings, arrests man for attack

Man arrested on his 50th birthday


METRO DIGEST || Trumbull ESC student pleads guilty

Truman J. Stevens, 18, of Chestnut Avenue in Niles pleaded guilty Thursday in Trumbull County Common Pleas Court to inducing panic.


New Castle cop fired for excessive force

The incident was captured on video, which went viral.


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NEOMED dean earns 2018 ATHENA Award

This year’s ATHENA Award recipient Dr. Elisabeth H. Young, vice president for health affairs and dean of the college of medicine at Northeast Ohio Medical University, attended Thursday night’s ceremony at Mr. Anthony’s in Boardman with her husband, Dr. Thomas Boniface.


Surplus food/clothing

Surplus food/clothing East Side Crime Watch, 1001 Oak St., corner of Fruit Street, Youngstown,


METRO DIGEST || Infante moved

Infante moved WARREN Ralph Infante, former Niles mayor sentenced to 10 years in prison May 11 on


Births

Births St. Elizabeth boardman hospital Stacia Hewlett, Youngstown, boy, May 16. Kelly Oko and


Former city worker indicted for theft

Had worked for Youngstown Street Department


Dedication ceremony of the Habitat For Humanity project

Family gets a mostly new home for the cost of a zero percent loan


Vallourec earnings

Vallourec earnings YOUNGSTOWN France-based Vallourec, the parent company of local Vallourec Star


2018 Athena Award | Nominees

These were the nominees for this year’s Athena Award: Megan Bair Zidian, partner/shareholder,


With power grid change, clocks may go a little cuckoo

Associated Press WASHINGTON Running late for work or just miss that bus? You could have a good