By Ashley Luthern firstname.lastname@example.org YOUNGSTOWN Although President Barack Obama canceled his
School officials hope residents say yes to a new levy on the Nov. 6 ballot, after saying no three times in the past two years.
Wearing cowboY hats, plaid button-up shirts and boots, South Range Elementary students stomped and stepped Friday to the tunes of country music during the annual Harvest Day.
The Ohio Department of Transportation’s District 4 showed of equipment such as this snowplow, which is ready for the upcoming winter season. ODOT’s annual open house was Friday at its Trumbull County garage in Cortland.
Since 1988, eighth-grade students at Holy Family have had mock presidential debates every four years.
As guests milled about a local businessman’s house Monday night waiting for a political fundraiser to begin, the host and featured speaker had a laugh-filled reunion with a mongoose.
By Ashley Luthern email@example.com BOARDMAN Supporters of an additional levy for Boardman schools say the money is necessary to maintain the district’s academic excellence.
By Ashley Luthern firstname.lastname@example.org YOUNGSTOWN A Mahoning County Common Pleas judge ordered
Juniors and seniors at Chaney Visual and Performing Arts and Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics School work in Chris Patrone’s government class. Chaney moved to an effective designation, up from academic watch, on the preliminary state report card released Wednesday.
By Ashley Luthern email@example.com YOUNGSTOWN The YMCA of Youngstown is considering opening
By Ashley Luthern firstname.lastname@example.org YOUNGSTOWN A five-year 0.25-percent sales tax renewal in
The Ohio Department of Transportation expects the state Route 165 bridge that crosses over state Route 11 in Beaver Township to remain closed through late November. ODOT is replacing the bridge as part of a $2.3 million project.
By Ashley Luthern email@example.com NEW SPRINGFIELD Passage of a bond issue next month would
By Ashley Luthern firstname.lastname@example.org CANFIELD Mill Creek MetroParks Board of Commissioners
By Ashley Luthern email@example.com COLUMBIANA The 36-mile Youngstown and Southern rail line is back on the market and officially debt free.
Serenity Kitchen marches in Sunday’s Nonviolence Parade and Rally with Horizon Science Academy
Boardman firefighters, from left, Jim Hoover, Shawn Serich, Jon Lewis, Brian Barber and Jeff Gallimore, show off the “Tough Enough to Wear Pink” shirts that will be sold to raise money for breast-cancer research.
A safari cruise took a turn for the worse Monday, as the boat carrying five South Range students sank.
By Ashley Luthern firstname.lastname@example.org BOARDMAN Township trustees approved hiring an architect to help determine the most cost-effective way to improve the main fire station and approved a resolution regulating Internet sweepstakes cafes.
By Ashley Luthern email@example.com BOARDMAN Township trustees are expected at a meeting today to have a first reading of a resolution to regulate Internet sweepstakes cafes.
The words “Swing Life Away” from the song by Rise Against are printed on bracelets for sale to benefit a memorial fund for Brandy Stevens- Rosine, a sociology student at YSU, who was murdered last spring.
In one year, The North Lima Business Complex on South Avenue has more than doubled from about a dozen businesses to 26.
By Ashley Luthern firstname.lastname@example.org POLAND Residents peppered school officials with questions
By Ashley Luthern email@example.com BOARDMAN Township trustees are expected to swear in two
By Ashley Luthern firstname.lastname@example.org NEW SPRINGFIELD Voters will decide the fate of a 2.5-mill
An old farm on North Lima Road was set to be turned into modern villa homes in 2008.
By Ashley Luthern email@example.com BOARDMAN Before 19-year-old Hannah Walton began
By Ashley Luthern firstname.lastname@example.org HIGHLAND HILLS The 16-foot fence gives it away. As
By Ashley Luthern email@example.com POLAND The school board has announced a public forum next
On a drizzly August day, probation officers Ramon Cuevas and Brian Carnie are driving through the city’s North Side on their way to check on kids on probation.
By Ashley Luthern firstname.lastname@example.org YOUNGSTOWN The conference room at first looked ready for
Michael Crosby looks over records at the Mahoning County juvenile detention center on the city’s East Side. The average daily population in detention is 32, and the average stay is nine days.
By Ashley Luthern email@example.com YOUNGSTOWN Nationwide, two out of every five kids
By Ashley Luthern firstname.lastname@example.org NEW SPRINGFIELD Township officials confirmed Wednesday
John and Mary Jo Knott stood in their front lawn Wednesday morning holding hands, their gaze fixed on the dozen volunteers who had descended on their home.
By Ashley Luthern email@example.com BOARDMAN The fire chief told trustees Monday that a township-operated emergency medical service with ambulance transportation would not happen at this time and he would begin researching options with private ambulance providers.
By Ashley Luthern firstname.lastname@example.org NORTH LIMA Kristin Bodendorfer considers herself a fairy
By Ashley Luthern email@example.com BOARDMAN The uptick in business development in Boardman
By Ashley Luthern firstname.lastname@example.org POLAND Township trustees have made an offer to buy a
By Ashley Luthern email@example.com BOARDMAN A new ladder truck for the fire department
As fairgoers leave the grounds, another group of people arrives. They gather in front of the Colonial Inn at the Canfield Fair, chatting and laughing, but once the clock strikes 11 p.m., it’s time to get to work.
By Ashley Luthern firstname.lastname@example.org Canfield As horses sped around the Canfield Fair’s half-
By Ashley Luthern email@example.com Canfield I’m not a gambling person, but I was assigned to
By Ashley Luthern firstname.lastname@example.org CANFIELD As fairgoers make their way through the 4-H
Jack Lanterman, left, Rick Lanterman and Charles Lanterman unload giant pumpkins from a truck at the Canfield Fair, where the pumpkins are on display. The fair began Wednesday and continues through Labor Day.
By ASHLEY LUTHERN email@example.com YOUNGSTOWN Representatives from two federal agencies will
By Ashley Luthern firstname.lastname@example.org CANFIELD I knew I was in trouble when the spots appeared.
Johanne Uhrain distinctly remembers being a 13-year-old and teaching 32 children traditional Polish dances at the Krakusy Hall on South Avenue.
By Ashley Luthern email@example.com BOARDMAN Trustees hired two police officers this week
As the family of a slain 8-year-old boy prepares for a candlelight vigil tonight, the suspect in the case remains in jail on a $5 million bond.