Deluxe Corp. Foundation awarded the YWCA of Youngstown a $5,000 grant to support its transitional housing program, which was established in 1991 and provides shelter to more than 25 individuals. Supportive services are also offered. YWCA of Youngstown has been involved in the development and management of housing for homeless and marginalized women since 1904. Other program areas include early care and education, youth development, health education and empowerment programs. Paul Brown, human resources facility manager of Deluxe, is shown giving the check to Leah Brooks, executive director of the YWCA of Youngstown.
Added: Wed, December 19, 2012
John Wendle, a Youngstown native, has covered the war in Afghanistan as a journalist.
Notre Dame on Wednesday issued a release saying a story about Manti Te’o’s (5) girlfriend dying, which he said inspired him to play better as he helped the Fighting Irish get to the BCS title game, turned out to be a hoax apparently perpetrated against the linebacker.
Canfield sophomore Connor Brady competes Wednesday in the 200-meter butterfly relay during a swim meet against Alliance at the YSU natatorium. The boys remain undefeated, with Brady poised to make a return to state competition.
Makayla Mawyena, a student at Williamson Elementary School, in Youngstown listens during a program about Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on Wednesday at the school.
The Rev. Lewis Macklin talks about civil-rights leaders Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Rosa Parks and the second inauguration of President of Barack Obama during a Martin Luther King Jr. program Wednesday at Williamson Elementary School in Youngstown.
Colin Lynch sits at the console of the pipe organ at Stambaugh Auditorium. Lynch, of Boston, came to
Youngstown this week to record an album on the organ.
Miller Rod & Gun spokesman Mike Miller holds up two guns that look very different but can fire the same caliber of bullet. On the bottom, he is holding a Mossberg semiautomatic .22 long rifle with a 25-round capacity, and on the top is a Rossi pump-action .22-caliber rifle with a 17-round capacity.