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Angie Schmitt

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Indian group to celebrate Diwali

The organization has raised $5,500 for families of military personnel wounded or killed in Iraq and

Record losses hit Chevy Centre

The city has determined that it will save $41,000 each month in fees to Global Entertainment.

Honor recognizes time, effort spent

Winners were chosen from all areas of the city. YOUNGSTOWN — The pride that Charlie Staples

Board studies plans for career center

Despite the fire, enrollment is up 17 percent this year. CANFIELD — Board members at the

Daylight-saving time comes to an end

Daylight-saving time has been shown to reduce traffic fatalities, boost public health and curb

Keep trick-or-treaters safe with common sense

Homeowners have a role in protecting children this Halloween, a police chief says. They’re all

Cultural lesson ends with feast

YOUNGSTOWN — For weeks, Eagle Heights Academy students have spent their social studies classes

Recognizing educational success

Fingerhut promised to increase access to a college education in the Valley. BOARDMAN — The

Studying vacant housing

As much as 20 percent of Youngstown housing and 10 percent of Mahoning County housing may be vacant.

Nonprofits leaders get answers at summit

The event organizer recently gave more than $ 1 million to local nonprofit organizations.

Chamber summit looks at consolidating services

Mahoning County is to start talking about combining 911 centers. GIRARD — Regional Chamber

Wean Foundation to have summit for local nonprofits

Local nonprofit organizations report assets totaling $2.8 billion. WARREN — For years, the

Ceremony for slain troops

The annual ceremony honors the loss of three local men in a 1983 terrorist attack. STRUTHERS —

Demonstrators protest veto of kids’ health-care coverage

The local protest was replicated in cities across the country. YOUNGSTOWN — A small group of

Group protests veto of coverage

The local protest was replicated in cities across the country. YOUNGSTOWN — A small group of

Insurance for pets: Business booms

One study indicates that almost half of pet owners would spend any amount of money to save their

South Side post office faces possible closure

A public meeting is scheduled for 6 p.m. Thursday at the main post office. YOUNGSTOWN — News

A plan to end homelessness

Mahoning County is one of more than 200 communities to adopt a 10-year plan. YOUNGSTOWN —

Fitch’s Freedom Writers

Students write about their lives in diary entries The Fitch students heard from two of the

Rush on HBO subscriptions locally preceded the fight.

Rush on HBO subscriptions locally preceded the fight. YOUNGSTOWN — They’re murmuring his name

Sewing up a future by learning a skill

The group abides by building reliance, one stitch at a time. YOUNGSTOWN — For nine years,

Residents gripe about manager

The property manager was ejected from the meeting. YOUNGSTOWN — Residents of a downtown

Author to visit Youngstown

Roberts’ upcoming novel about Youngstown should be released in 2009. YOUNGSTOWN — Even if

Job seekers flock to Chevy Centre

More than 90 businesses registered for the event. YOUNGSTOWN — Shortly after the Chevrolet

Ware: Fires likely linked

Fire investigators have no leads so far in a rash of arsons on the city’s East Side.

Field renamed for Shuba, known for handshake

Chaney’s boys baseball team will begin playing on the newly named field next season.

Movie will be shown outdoors in company-housing courtyard

The organizer hopes the event improves perceptions of Campbell and Youngstown. CAMPBELL — An

History festival features apples

Festival organizers flooded Jefferson Street for the annual rubber duck race. LISBON — Folks

Core of Lisbon festival is apples

LISBON — Folks here have a special way to commemorate the coming of fall, and it’s all about apples.

New law for pit bulls takes effect in city

Those violating the law could face six months in jail and a $1,000 fine. YOUNGSTOWN — Lock up

Loss of Tod affects children services

The agency’s transportation costs, in part from trips to Akron, are increasing. YOUNGSTOWN —

Strip club developerpleads innocent

Construction crews have torn out the building’s kitchen, the fire chief says. AUSTINTOWN — The

Officials debate WRTA woes

A countywide quarter-percent sales tax could help WRTA’s economic woes, officials said.

No charges for deputy who fired shot into home

The township has no law that forbids discharging a firearm within its limits. BOARDMAN — The

Landfill seeks public input

The landfill imports about 2,800 tons of trash per day. POLAND — Allied Waste representatives

Fair attendance jumps 25,000 over last year, officials say

CANFIELD — Final attendance figures for the 2007 Canfield Fair are here, and they’re giving fair

Antique machinery shows labor of past

The Idora Park display is part of this year’s antique machinery exhibit. CANFIELD — The

Canfield Fair is all about growth and change

The fair has seen 161 years of transformation. CANFIELD — David Myers, 78, remembers when a

A bear, timber wolves and mountain lions entertain four times each day at the Canfield Fair FAIR DARE Walk on the wild side

HE’S A SPECIMEN OF good breeding, 500 pounds with thick, black fur. But “Sadie” didn’t come to the

King and queen are crowned

This year’s 10-member royal court has a combined total of 116 years of 4-H membership.

Opening day is a hot one at Canfield Fair

A 991-pound pumpkin set a new fair record. CANFIELD — Temperatures hit 91 degrees Wednesday

Seven local bands to compete

Tonight’s Battle of the Bands will be the Canfield Fair’s first. CANFIELD — This isn’t your

YSU students settle in to residence halls

University officials expect residence halls to be filled to capacity. YOUNGSTOWN — Move-in

Canada geese making a mess in Struthers

One official had this warning: Don’t feed the birds. STRUTHERS — The traffic delays, honking

Struthers teachers reach tentative agreement

The last raise teachers received was 2 percent for the 2005-06 school year. STRUTHERS — Just

Another ‘excellent’ rating has board members proud

The district meets state proficiency levels in new categories for eighth-grade science and social

Young execs aim for change

Mayor Jay Williams, 35, says he considers himself part of the ‘youth movement.’ YOUNGSTOWN —

Another petition over sale of water plant

The city was subject to a lawsuit over the latest petition effort. CAMPBELL — They’ve done it

Booking changes expected at arena Decision follows financial losses

The management company’s move to expand its entertainment roster sent financial figures plummeting.

Tree lovers win: Plan to be revisited

About 700 local residents signed a petition opposing the plan to remove the tree-lined medians.

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