'Tutor U' gets a boost. Members of the Trumbull County Women's History Celebration Committee recently presented a $500 check to Executive Director Robert C. Foster of the Children's Rehabilitation Center for its "Tutor U" program. The program is designed to assist third-grade through eighth-grade youngsters who need extra academic help. Tutor U is offered from 4 to 7:30 p.m. Monday through Friday at the center, 885 Howland-Wilson Road NE, Howland. Call 330-856-2107, ext. 106, to set up a tutoring appointment. Standing, from left to right, are Julie Vugrinovich, Esther Gartland, Beky Davis, Theresa Salcone, Roz Jackson, Pam Hallett, Judie Hartley, Jo Anne Liptak, Kenya Howard and Stephanie Furano. Seated are Renee Maiorca, Foster and E. Carol Maxwell.
Added: Tue, November 1, 2011
Senior wide receiver Ryan Farragher, shown here in a first-round playoff game against Canal Fulton Northwest, made two clutch catches on Cardinal Mooney’s final drive, helping to set up the game-winning field goal.
Surrounded by NBA players, including New York Knicks’ Chauncy Billups, left, and Oklahoma City Thunder’s Russell Westbrook, right, NBA Players Association president Derek Fisher speaks during a news conference after a meeting of the players’ union in New York Monday.
YSU silenced its doubters with a win over North Dakota State onSaturday. Now the Penguins must prove they can handle success.
As the holder on field goals, Mooney senior Cameron DiVito (25) got a good view of Conor Durina’s game-winning 30-yard field goal in Saturday’s Division III regional semifinal win over Steubenville.
YSU sophomore guard Kendrick Perry scored a career-high 28 points to help the Penguins snap a 23-game road losing streak Saturday night.
Adam R. Christian
Howard and Mary Kay Hartzell present a $25,000 check to Youngstown State University President Cynthia Anderson, left, during a luncheon on campus. The Hartzells have raised $250,000 for scholarships in honor of their son, Youngstown Police Officer Michael Hartzell, who was killed in the line of duty in 2003. The presentation was Monday.
Wes Jones, owner of Native Life Tipi Rental, set up camp on the lawn of Struthers Elementary School. He began teaching classes in Native American culture Monday and will continue to do so through Thursday.