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Powers crowd enjoys African Children’s Choir

Children’s choir from Uganda wows Powers crowd

Eighteen Ugandan children, ages 8 to 11, make up the African Children’s Choir, touring the United States to raise awareness of Africa

Money stolen from Salvation Army returned

The thief dropped off $130 to after taking a red kettle from Southern Park Mall.

Performance Index ranks city district next to last in Ohio

separate analysis puts it at no. 404 out of 611

By DENISE DICK denise_dick@vindy.com Youngstown The city school district’s Performance Index

Single mother starts bakery in her home

Single mother starts Internet bakery in her home By AMANDA C. DAVIS news@vindy.com BOARDMAN

Group seeks to refresh track with Pepsi funds

By AMANDA C. DAVIS news@vindy.com COLUMBIANA A local organization is soliciting votes in hopes

Columbiana street fair: It’s ‘a big, citywide reunion’

By AMANDA C. DAVIS news@vindy.com COLUMBIANA Many former residents who revisit the area plan

Woman fires at cops during standoff

By AMANDA C. DAVIS news@vindy.com SALINEVILLE A village woman is in Columbiana County Jail on

Collection of Salem income tax up $147K

By AMANDA C. DAVIS news@vindy.com SALEM Changes to the city’s income-tax credits are

Painter hopes to preserve history

By AMANDA C. DAVIS news@vindy.com SALEM Lifelong Salem resident Bob Schuck is hoping to keep

Canfield native donates liver to toddler son

By AMANDA C. DAVIS news@vindy.com PITTSBURGH It’s only fitting that 10-month-old Rocco

Salem looks at proposal for water

By AMANDA C. DAVIS news@vindy.com SALEM The city is trying to take advantage of its ample

Canfield class urged to build upon successes their successes

By AMANDA C. DAVIS news@vindy.com CANFIELD When Steve Dalvin began his search for the right

A fitting choice: Club offers gently worn prom dresses

There’s still time to drop off dresses for another sale planned in March. COLUMBIANA — Talia

Canfield to dispose of guns seized during arrests, probes

CANFIELD — The city has decided to do away with firearms confiscated during the course of arrests

Canfield council says goodbye to ex-city manager

CANFIELD — In the 18 years he served Canfield, longtime City Manager Charles Tieche attended 432

All-day kindergarten is expensive

The school district’s need to live within its means is the chief reason why there won’t be all-day

All-day kindergarten setup rejected in Canfield

Full-day kindergarten would mean more teachers, new construction and additional busing costs.

Canfield First Night deemed big success

About 2,500 people rang in the New Year at Canfield’s First Night celebration. CANFIELD – The

Pay for Tieche to assist Warino is discussed

CANFIELD — As the city’s new manager, Joseph Warino has been busy in his first few weeks on the job,

Small-town feeling draws shoppers to city

COLUMBIANA — The small-town feel of Christmas has returned to this city. Christmas music piped

Canfield council appoints Warino city manager

Outgoing City Manager Charles Tieche originally had planned to retire in ’07. CANFIELD —

YouTube sensation

Valley native hits it big with online videos

Canfield mom endures painful recovery from flesh eating disease

Jenny Enyeart, of Canfield poses with her father, Jim Enyeart and 3-and-a-half month old daughter Hallie Smith. Jenny Enyeart nearly died after a post-birth experience with necrotizing fascitis, more commonly known as the "flesh-eating" bacteria.

Perseverance pays off for Canfield graduate

Struggle is inevitable but can be overcome through faith, the guest speaker said.

Volunteers spruce up downtown

More than 370 people helped spread mulch, plant flowers and clean up. Once you call

WINE WITH PUNCH

Local winery to make Mancini’s Southpaw The former boxing champ’s signature wine should be

Iraq vet visits martial-arts class

Martial arts kept the soldier’s mind and body sharp while serving in Iraq. Before enlisting in

Shower for Animals: Sunny day, gloomy economy draw throngs to Mill Creek event

Owen Lu of Lowellville reaches to pet at duckling during Sunday's farm animal Baby Shower at Mill Creek MetroParks'farm along state Route 46 across from the Canfield Fairgrounds.

Rosemary Wagner appreciates everything that Mill Creek MetroParks has to offer. The Youngstown

Rosemary Wagner appreciates everything that Mill Creek MetroParks has to offer. The Youngstown

Shows reveal sense of fashion, history for the American girl

BOARDMAN — From bonnets to hoodies, girls’ fashion surely has come a long way. There used to be a

Demand is up for the bags of food worth $75 that are sold to anyone for only $30.

Demand is up for the bags of food worth $75 that are sold to anyone for only $30. YOUNGSTOWN –

The dogs proved they were good listeners.

The dogs proved they were good listeners. GREENFORD — Damian McClish has been a little down

Love of students is driving force

Some district employees are receiving advanced training to better deal with special-needs students.

Dolled up, American Girl style

Girls came from as far as Akron, Cleveland and Cuyahoga Falls to try out for the fashion show.

Youngstown man accepted into Mensa

Reading and classical music provide great foundations for intelligence, the man said.

Parks’ class on evergreens offers seasonal creativity

Looking for the right Christmas tree? Read on. YOUNGSTOWN — Isabelle Moyer’s mom, Mary, is a

Program helps freshman girls adjust to high school

South Range High School freshmen Anna Cullar and Melissa Melnick feel more comfortable these days walking in the hallways at the high school.

South Range Sisterhood bridges social gap

The program helps freshmen girls adjust to high school. NORTH LIMA — South Range High School

South Range Sisterhood unites freshmen, seniors

NORTH LIMA — South Range High School freshmen Anna Cullar and Melissa Melnick feel more comfortable

Priest: Adopt children; I have 4

Youngstown is the only city in Ohio participating in the adoption program developed by the priest.

South Range officials expect a deficit in 2012

A renewal levy on the Nov. 4 ballot is critical for the district’s continued operation, officials

TV judge to settle Hubbard dispute

The show airs at 3 p.m. today on Hubbard’s FOX Channel 8. HUBBARD – Two local women will have

Church offers fun for families

Local companies and a church gave families the chance to breathe a little easier. AUSTINTOWN —

S. Range starts to build school

Present plans call for the football stadium to remain where it is NORTH LIMA — It was an

Fellows garden celebrates season

Two weddings were also held on the garden grounds during the event YOUNGSTOWN – Lucille

South Range Elementary wins award

The state education department nominated the school based on its consistent record of

Work on the site could begin next week, officials say.

Work on the site could begin next week, officials say. NORTH LIMA — The first steps have been

Chefs serve up compassion

The Food Network-style event was expected to raise $25,000 for Sojourner House. LIBERTY —

E-MAILING IT IN With work, kids, mom feels right at home

1And though her work sometimes keeps her up to the wee hours, she wouldn’t have it any other way.

THRILL OF THEIR LIVES

For fans, soap star sparkles in appearance at Niles mall The actor from Michigan played Jennifer

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