Fourth-grade students of Holy Family School are standing in front of the Lumen Christi bulletin board. They are, from left in front, Steven Hiner, Caitlin Palusak, Jacob Shogren and Patrick Assion; and, in back, Dominic DeToro, Patrick Howlett, Ava Szalay, Augusta Fox, Payton McMahon, Brian White and Matthew Ranno. The board was designed by fourth-grade teacher Kathy Holsinger to make students and families aware of Catholic identity and faith infused with learning. The new Lumen Christi Catholic School System includes Catholic elementary schools in the Mahoning Valley. In Latin, the name means Light of Christ and is put into practice through daily prayer, regular liturgy participation and the compassion students demonstrate through varied service projects.
Added: Fri, January 25, 2013
Boardman Lions Club will sponsor its 15th annual night at the races fundraiser March 2 at Operating Engineers Hall on McClurg Road. The $10 entrance fee includes an all-you-can-eat buffet sponsored by several area restaurants, beer and a variety of nonalcoholic beverages. Doors will open at 6 p.m., and races begin at 7. Tickets will be available at the door. Shown are event organizers Chuck Rudge, left, and Joyce Mistovich with some of the baskets for the basket raffle and silent auction. Proceeds will benefit the Seeing Eye Pilot Dog program and Coats for Kids Campaign.
Added: Wed, February 20, 2013
Charles T. Shasho, Deputy Director of Public works
Steve Cocca pops a pizza into the oven at the new restaurant.
Tina Cocca, left, and her son, Steve, who oversees the Cocca’s Pizza chain, recently moved their flagship
location to the former New York Music building in Boardman. The new quarters are bigger, with eight ovens that can cook 48 pizzas every 15 minutes. There also are menu additions, such as panini and authentic Italian
sandwiches. The company hired 10 new employees.
United Way officials and other leaders of the 2012 United Way of Youngstown and the Mahoning Valley campaign stand with the Chevrolet Cruze donated as a campaign incentive. From left, Thomas J. Krysiek, Trumbull County United Way president and chief professional officer; Robert Hannon, Youngstown/Mahoning Valley United Way
president; David Green, president of United Auto Workers Local 1714 at General Motors Lordstown; Greg Greenwood, owner of Greenwood Chevrolet; and Glenn Johnson, president of UAW Local 1112 at GM Lordstown.
Canfield’s Cole Pryjma (2) draws the charge on Anthony Bell (30) of Warren Harding during their game Tuesday in Canfield. The Raiders edged the Cardinals, 61-58, on a 3-point buzzer beater by O’Sha Jackson.
Quincy Higgins of Fitch goes for the jumper against Boardman’s Dylan Bosela during the third quarter of their game Tuesday in Boardman. The Falcons defeated the Spartans, 35-25.
Microsoft Corp. retail store employees and guests mingle at a pop-up Microsoft Store during Microsoft’s annual meeting of shareholders in Bellevue, Wash. Longtime users of Hotmail, MSN and other Microsoft email services will start noticing a big change: When they sign in to check messages, they’ll be sent to a new service called
Ohio Gov. John Kasich delivers his State of the State address at the Veterans Memorial Civic and Convention Center in Lima.
Traders work on the floor at the New York Stock Exchange in New York on Tuesday, when talk of more mergers and acquisitions sent stock prices higher.
McDonald’s Matt Seitz (40) grabs a rebound ahead of Springfield’s Mark Schuler (12) during their game Tuesday in McDonald. The Blue Devils downed the Tigers, 82-61.