School board plans to reinforce, refine policy at January meeting
Developers seek variance to build 51-unit senior apartment complex
Tom Christmas Jr. has owned and operated Christmas Automotive Repair for 10 years. He keeps holiday lights and decorations up throughout the year.
At Leona Gould’s home, every Christmas tree has a story — all eight of them.
Boardman trustees were busy at their last meeting of 2012, including promoting and hiring in the fire department.
By Ashley Luthern firstname.lastname@example.org BOARDMAN The lights aren’t just twinkling on Market
The school had a resource officer from 2002 to 2006, when a federal grant funding the position ended.
Project will place wreaths at graves of 87 veterans
A report on alleged contamination on Y&S rail line is pending release
Library and business owner estimate $50K in costs
Woman rams shopper, knees employee in Kmart shoplifting case, police say
Fire district doubles size of station with $1 million expansion
Poland looking for new superintendent
Often, young animals are chosen as gifts, but new owners don’t realize the commitment needed to raise a pet.
Fifth-grade math teacher Kim Rutkowski planned the night as a way to get students and parents to interact and solving math problems.
By Ashley Luthern email@example.com YOUNGSTOWN A Mahoning County Common Pleas Court judge
Today’s entertainment picks: v Packard Concert Band, 2 p.m.: Annual holiday concert at Packard
By Ashley Luthern firstname.lastname@example.org BOARDMAN The Ohio Attorney General’s Office has confirmed
By Ashley Luthern email@example.com SPRINGFIELD With his voice cracking and full of emotion,
By Ashley Luthern firstname.lastname@example.org POLAND A preliminary report by an environment consultant
It’s the second-highest jackpot in lottery history, behind the $656 million Mega Millions prize in March.
Residents supported the position of the Youngstown Park and Recreation Commission, which again made it clear the city has no intention to lease mineral rights of park land to oil and gas companies.
By ASHLEY LUTHERN email@example.com BOARDMAN Township trustees approved conditional offers
By Ashley Luthern firstname.lastname@example.org CANFIELD Improvements at the township hall cost more than
By Ashley Luthern email@example.com BOARDMAN Boardman Township has reaped about $5,000 in the
By Ashley Luthern firstname.lastname@example.org YOUNGSTOWN Long-awaited repairs are coming to the Western
By Ashley Luthern email@example.com YOUNGSTOWN A Mahoning Valley tradition more than 20 years
City council approved a 99-year agreement with V&M Star on Wednesday to lease land for the company’s expansion project that will pump about $2.8 million annually into the city’s coffers for the next three years.
By Ashley Luthern firstname.lastname@example.org YOUNGSTOWN The city’s planning commission agreed Tuesday
By Ashley Luthern email@example.com POLAND The shelves at the Poland Library are stocked with
A bill to abolish the third Youngstown municipal judge seat will be introduced today, and state lawmakers expect it to be approved before the December recess.
The race for Youngstown mayor officially began Monday as Mahoning County Commissioner John A. McNally IV filed petitions Monday for the May 2013 Democratic primary.
Dan Klimas of Landscape by Design works at cutting brick into the new $1.2 million path atFellows Riverside Gardens. Fellows Riverside Gardens is known for its roses, tulips and daffodils, but new paths opening next month will take visitors inside a native woodland setting filled with hemlock, oaks and sugar maples.
Youngstown Complaints Choir asks, ‘Does anybody really care?’ By Ashley Luthern
By Ashley Luthern firstname.lastname@example.org BOARDMAN The American flag outside of Dr. Donald Allen’s
By ASHLEY LUTHERN email@example.com POLAND No one at a public hearing Thursday evening
By Ashley Luthern firstname.lastname@example.org YOUNGSTOWN Parents struggling with addiction no longer
By Ashley Luthern email@example.com BOARDMAN A new firefighter is expected to start work
By Ashley Luthern firstname.lastname@example.org POLAND A Cincinnati development group wants to bring a
By Ashley Luthern email@example.com POLAND Village council has approved changing the elected
For many returning military service members, the most emotional moment of their homecoming is the first glimpse of loved ones. Dawn Kabetso wants to capture that moment and preserve it for future generations.
Stadium Drive Elementary School third-grader Desiree Giarandi wears a camouflage cap as she reads her thank-you note to about 100 military veterans at a school assembly in Boardman Thursday. Veterans Day is observed on Nov. 11, the anniversary of the signing of the peace treaty ending World War I in 1918, but since it falls on Sunday this year, governments will observe the holiday on Monday.
Kyle Maynard has accomplished a lot in 26 years.
By Ashley Luthern firstname.lastname@example.org AUSTINTOWN Local efforts to help victims of superstorm Sandy are under way, and Mahoning Valley residents have several ways to provide assistance.
By Ashley Luthern email@example.com BOARDMAN A 24-year-old Boardman man will appear in Mahoning County Area Court today to face a misdemeanor negligent assault charge after accidentally shooting his 51-year-old father in the leg Saturday night.
By Ashley Luthern firstname.lastname@example.org BOARDMAN Danny DiBacco II stood in the business he co-owns Monday and surveyed the damage.
By Ashley Luthern email@example.com BOARDMAN Boardman trustees approved creating a council of
Homeowner, another man in custody for questioning By Ashley Luthern firstname.lastname@example.org
By Ashley Luthern email@example.com AUSTINTOWN A large amount of taxpayer money meant for public education is being siphoned off by charter schools and vouchers, local school treasurers say.
By Ashley Luthern firstname.lastname@example.org YOUNGSTOWN Although President Barack Obama canceled his