The event included a 5K run for the humans and a one-mile walk for the dogs, as well as a variety of games and contests for the pooches, and an auction for the people.
One took the long road and one took the short road, but Cameron Dinopoulos and Jeff Kalina ended up at the same place at the same time.
The works included all forms of art, including oil and watercolor paintings, drawings, multimedia, sculpture and ceramics.
Isaly’s, one of many restaurants mentioned in the book, “Classic Restaurants of Youngstown,” showed off its new look at The Isaly Shoppe in Youngstown on July 18, 1967, above left. At right, Isaly's dairy plant on the corner of Glenwood and Mahoning Avenues downtown in the early 1970s was known for its skyscraper and double side-by-side ice cream cones.
Five members of one family received their diplomas at YSU's commencement
Awards were presented in these categories: Corporate/Business, Institution, Individual, Neighborhood Group, and Youth.
The class included two sets of twins
Beeghly Center was the setting Saturday for graduates and their families at Youngstown State University’s spring commencement ceremonies.
By BOB JACKSON and JOHN GOODWIN email@example.com AUSTINTOWN For Angelo T. Pappalardo, chasing
HIGHER AMBITIONS By BOB JACKSON firstname.lastname@example.org CANFIELD Canfield High School graduate Dr.
By BOB JACKSON email@example.com YOUNGSTOWN The remarks from three leaders of Liberty High
Conductor Michael David Gelfand, a music professor at YSU, leads the Youngstown Symphony Orchestra during a concert Tuesday night marking the 100th anniversary of St. Patrick Church in Youngstown.
One year ago, Thomas Phibbs was lying in a hospital bed, recovering from a kidney transplant — the second one he’d undergone in six years. The donor was his fiancee.
By BOB JACKSON firstname.lastname@example.org NILES A sagging economy and soaring gasoline prices couldn’t
Finally, there is help for the dreaded “bad hare day.” Seriously, if you just washed your hare and you can’t do a thing with it, try rabbit massage.
Former local TV newsman Ode Aduma said being recognized as a pioneer among blacks in local broadcasting was a high, humbling honor – even though broadcasting wasn’t his first choice in careers.
Playground plan becomes reality By BOB JACKSON email@example.com
By BOB JACKSON firstname.lastname@example.org NILES After years of making appearances at horror-film
Charlotte Voytko, 11, and her mother, Kara Voytko, sport balloon hats made by a clown at the 34th annual Boardman Oktoberfest on Sunday in Boardman Township Park. They said attending the annual festival sponsored by Boardman Rotary is a family tradition.
More than 1,000 people partake in Polish culture in Austintown event By BOB JACKSON
Kaylee Arkwright and Kirsten Cole have been best friends since the sixth grade. On Sunday, they showed up at school together for the last time.
Model-train show pulls into Niles, draws a crowd For many enthusiasts, their love of the hobby
Just a few questions were asked at Monday’s public gathering on the plan. YOUNGSTOWN — Barring
The annointing process is rooted in a biblical practice intended to heal and purify.
Greater Austintown Ministerial Association hosts communitywide service
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A Massillon woman will have to wait about two weeks to find out whether her record will stand.
Feisty new roller-derby group in Youngstown scours region for players, sponsors, venue Is the
YOUNGSTOWN – Amber Stewart might look like a mild-mannered soccer mom, but don’t make her mad or she
Local community celebrates legacy of activist Marcus Garvey By BOB JACKSON YOUNGSTOWN — Hope,
The archbishop said he is calling on all Americans to demand an end to Israeli occupation of
YOUNGSTOWN - A call for peace and an end to oppression in the Palestinian territories went out
43 cyclists compete Sunday on West Federal Street in Youngstown as part of the four-stage Tour of the Valley. The three-day bicycle race concluded Sunday with a 1.1 downtown Youngstown course.
YOUNGSTOWN - Dan Quinlan said he would love to bring the Tour of the Valley bicycle race back to the
Thirty-one of the graduates have been awarded scholarships worth more than $1 million.
Scouts honor occasion at cemetery in Poland The collaborative effort among veterans and youths has
Volunteers said they get back as much as they give by helping young people. BOARDMAN — John
The farm will be open for tours on weekends through October. CANFIELD — Four-year-old Caynia
The economy dictated another change at the course: Instead of five divisions racing each weekend,
Some 800 children and their parents were expected to visit the third annual event to promote
Authorities said the crowd even included one of the men who was sentenced in the theft ring.
The teen dancers said the basics they’re learning now should serve them well when they get older.
Nationwide program finds homes for abandoned pets Otis is a single male with short, brown
The event, held annually since 1935, is to showcase the work of local Polish and Polish-American
Extra Chevy Center security not needed as fans sad, but accepting
Graduates were urged to use their education to work toward resolution of national and world issues.
VFW post reflects on impact of ’41 attack Veterans said events such as the one Sunday are
Mill Creek holiday event draws people back home YOUNGSTOWN — JoAnn Gray walks by
YOUNGSTOWN – JoAnn Gray walks by Lanterman’s Mill in Mill Creek Park countless times during the year
Organizers said Saturday’s cold weather kept some people from participating. 1Top it off with