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Angie Schmitt

Stories by Angie

Trust fund to honor Dr. Moonda

A specific beneficiary for the fund has not been established. POLAND — The only stateside

Lead poisoning continues to pose threat in county

Grants are available to help homeowners to dispense of lead dangers. Except for their place on

A little rain on this parade

Boxer Kelly Pavlik served as the parade’s grand marshal. AUSTINTOWN — It may have seemed like

Woman is accused of stalking firefighter

The woman was hiding in a restricted area of the fire department, reports said. CAMPBELL — A

An unusual fleet for Sharon’s annual event

All entries must be 15 feet tall, man-powered and must fit under bridges. SHARON, Pa. — At

Students learn the ropes during Ohio Business Week

The program, taking place at YSU, was started by a former professional baseball player.

YSU campaign receives $500,000 donation

First Place Bank targeted the gift to the university’s new business college. YOUNGSTOWN —

Additional retirement deals offered

The highest individual buyout will be $25,000; the lowest will be less than $5,000. YOUNGSTOWN

LAWN ORDER Landscaper overcomes, strives to be a cut above

Kenny Bledsoe is an alumnus of Youngstown city schools’ defunct hearing impaired unit. SOME

Viewing local venue’s losses in broader context

Youngstown’s location will work against it, the editor of a trade publication says. YOUNGSTOWN

Clash in Struthers over fee’s removal

With the exception of one member, city council sided with the mayor. STRUTHERS — Tensions ran

Storm fails to foil ceremony

The class of 2007 logged 6,499 hours of community service in their high school careers.

Local grads hit the road to greatness

Thirteen full-ride scholarships to YSU were given by one local family. CAMPBELL — For each of

Lariccias give for stadium refurbishment

The family has given more than $10 million to Valley institutions. STRUTHERS — The Lariccia

Teacher accused of assaulting boy; parent seeks prosecution

Clapping hands triggered the alleged assault, according to a police report. STRUTHERS — The

Group seeks vote to soften smoke ban

Tavern owners want bars, private clubs and bingo halls to be exempt from the ban. COLUMBUS —

Water plant woes again

The water plant loses about $130,000 a year, the mayor said. CAMPBELL — A petition signed by

Ytown’s falcon hatchlings bolster Ohio count

YOUNGSTOWN — Downtown workers Stephanie Dyer and Kathy Zook keep a close eye on a pair of peregrine

Former police officer sentenced with choice of jail or house arrest

The ex-cop is forbidden from coming on police department grounds. STRUTHERS — A former police

Men’s Garden Club’s 10th Streetscape Saturday

The effort started with some people with some brooms and some flowers. YOUNGSTOWN — The Men’s

Rash could delay summer break at West Branch

Beloit Elementary pupils may be required to make up four school days. BELOIT — West Branch

Little Steel strike marked 70 years later

Two local strikers were killed in the 1937 effort to unionize steel mills. YOUNGSTOWN — A

League rounds the bases, turns heads

A new kickball league catches fire in Youngstown. YOUNGSTOWN — Every Wednesday this spring,

Area seniors leave a ‘mark’ of their own

Among their plans are pranks, a ‘tractor day’ and other special events. Families are planning

She owes her 104 years to a 76-year marriage

The Niles resident credits luck for her longevity. NILES — She’s all but lost her vision, and



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