He faces several charges
Lynn Kirk Elementary students, from left, Madison Vaughn, Lily Torado, Jayden Bister and Kyle Keller show off the awards they won for good behavior. The students were chosen as this month’s “fabulous four” during a school assembly Friday. Each received a school T-shirt and a “fancy” lunch.
The Dietzes' 18-foot tree took two days to decorate.
Leon Mick III, 7, of Boardman sits on Santa's lap at a Christmas party for Leonard Kirtz students. The party took place Friday at Highway Tabernacle Church in Austintown.
By Christine keeling email@example.com austintown District educators were delighted with a
Liz Williams of Youngstown, Derek “Doc” Fields of Austintown, Brian Phelps of Austintown and Joe Davila, owner of Bareknuckle Tattoo, collect toys donated by customers for Toys for Tots.
Although Issue 2's fate won't be determined until next week's election, the specter of its passage has influenced recent negotiations and contracts in the Valley, union leaders say.
By christine keeling firstname.lastname@example.org boardman About 80 fifth-grade students from
By christine keeling email@example.com Girard The rich history of the NAACP and reconnecting
Students help raise money for the American Heart Association By christine keeling
Kimberly Winfrey of Warren checks out the 2012 Volkswagen Beetle 2.5L she picked up at Stadium Volkswagen in Boardman. She and Deryck Toles of Warren were two of 275 audience members who received the prize during Oprah Winfrey’s “Ultimate Favorite Things” episode that aired in November 2010.
By christine Keeling firstname.lastname@example.org lake milton Workers were preparing this week for a
By christine keeling and ashley luthern email@example.com Youngstown Bishop George V. Murry
By christine Keeling firstname.lastname@example.org austintown One high school student isn’t letting
By christine keeling email@example.com youngstown The state says a Youngstown church must pay
By christine keeling firstname.lastname@example.org canfield When it rains hard, it pours water into one
George Froble, 45, of Youngstown knocks over cans during the Harvest Carnival.
Acclaimed Canfield speech team aims for No. 1 By christine Keeling email@example.com Canfield
Donte Whitner of the San Francisco 49ers poses with fan Andrew Berg of Bessemer, Pa., while Alex Reece of Boardman snaps a photo outside the Holiday Inn in Boardman. The team has been in the area since Monday.
By Christine keeling firstname.lastname@example.org canfield School cuts create support and suspicion.
Austintown teacher gets 200 books for male readers By christine keeling email@example.com
San Francisco 49ers player Scott Tolzien, Fred Mootz of Boardman, San Francisco 49er Vernon Davis and San Francisco 49er Anthony Davis visit Ashton LaBelle, 7, of Boardman. The coach and players visited Akron Children’s Hospital Mahoning Valley in Boardman.
Jess Tenney of the Meshel Mashers knocked a fly ball to right field and headed off to first base, as the crowd cheered.
The Canfield school board talked transportation and terminated academic pay-to-participate fees.
By Christine keeling firstname.lastname@example.org A promised “hellish” adventure didn’t deter local
Thomas Dailey, 67, a Canfield High School teacher, poses with Becky Shelton, one of three McDonald’s employees who helped prevent more of an attack on Dailey by a 20-year-old man last year at the fast-food restaurant on Youngstown’s West Side. Shelton and the other workers will be honored at tonight’s Youngstown City Council meeting.
By Christine keeling email@example.com Canfield High school busing is not among the school
Ginger Mangie, right center, life-skills teacher at Jackson-Milton, teaches measurements of liquids and solids to her students. The school has earned an excellent-with-distinction classification by the state education department.
Area companies donate labor, machinery to replace unsafe bridge By christine keeling
By CHRISTINE KEELING firstname.lastname@example.org YOUNGSTOWN Members of the American Hungarian Club of
A change in the school district’s student-busing plan has not been well received by some parents.
By christine keeling email@example.com austintown Students were surprised with school
Lordstown woman takes deafness in stride as she rumbas her way to title By christine keeling
By CHRISTINE KEELING firstname.lastname@example.org CANFIELD Some Canfield students may have a long walk.
Filmmaker uses natural park in Youngstown for new movie By christine keeling email@example.com
By christine keeling firstname.lastname@example.org austintown Kaitlyn Rinehart was excited and happy
By Christine keeling email@example.com YOUNgstown A city man was free on bond in a murder
By CHRISTINE KEELING firstname.lastname@example.org BERLIN CENTER Carol Dauberman kept two of the 24 dogs
By CHRISTINE KEELING email@example.com canfielD A grandfather’s train and a silent movie
By CHRISTINE KEELING firstname.lastname@example.org austintown A business is celebrating its relocation
By CHRISTINE KEELING email@example.com austintown Parents and students are being asked to
Area bus drivers hone their skills during training drill By CHRISTINE KEELING
Valley school districts fire up stricter anti-smoking policies For years, Mahoning Valley
Thousands compete in AKC events at fairgrounds all weekend By CHRISTINE KEELING
Falcon Pride program gives students educational opportunities By CHRISTINE KEELING
Scout leads effort in creating Environmental Learning Center By CHRISTINE KEELING
Brian Bleggi is the owner of “A”-Cab, an Austintown-based taxi company.
By CHRISTINE KEELING firstname.lastname@example.org canfield Canfield students will be greeted this fall
A sudden, late afternoon thunderstorm ripped through downtown Youngstown, knocking down tents at Wing Fest at the Covelli Centre on East Front Street. Two people reportedly were injured. Wing Fest will reopen today at noon.
By Christine Keeling email@example.com YOUNGSTOWN The Leavell family’s home on the city’s