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City schools treasurer seeks part-time status

James Reinhard since 2013 wants to work four days per week

Leaders oppose schools plan

Leaders decry being left out of process, losing local control

Lack of input, loss of local control upset leaders

Program inspires success

Inspiring Minds summer enrichment program focuses on math, writing, manners combined with sports and field trips

Fire does extensive damage to home

Fire does extensive damage to home YOUNGSTOWN Reports said a fire about 1:40 a.m. Thursday at a

Some schools will lose state funds

Boardman and Jackson-Milton schools expect loss of overall state funding

Mahoning County High School officials head to White House

Judge Theresa Dellick and MCHS’s Jennifer Merritt invited to White House event

Ground broken for new MCESC

A new Mahoning County ESC will open in 2017 in Canfield

Nine YSU students intern this summer

Nine YSU business students working internships as part of Ohio Export Internship Program

YSU students create exhibit

YSU students create exhibit detailing 1900s infection at Youngstown Sheet & Tube

MIU IV needs volunteers

Tutors sought for Mercer County adult learners

Six Mahoning County students graduate from online school

Six Mahoning County students earn diplomas from Ohio Connections Academy

Grove City’s social work degree ranks high

Grove City College’s social work program ranked 14th among Christian colleges

Oakhill defendants' motion challenging venue is overruled

An attorney general’s office spokesman says the judge’s ruling was expected

Fun with STEM

Thirty-four middle-school students participated in STEM Explore

School changes begin 90 days after governor’s signature

The new law is a revamping of the academic distress commission legislation

Valley school districts see increases, decreases in state funding

Youngstown district to get increases, but not as much as Kasich first proposed

Campbell and Youngstown will see increases in their state funding over the next two years

City school board opposes CEO plan

City school board members grade CEO plan an “F”

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Legislation passed Wednesday by both Ohio Houses would abolish the Youngstown City Schools Academic

Federal reimbursement not expected for city school program

Because of a problem with a state audit being completed and an accreditation agency, the city school district won’t receive some federal reimbursement

PNC Foundation presents grants

Eight organizations receive grants from PNC Foundation

10-year-old Leetonia Elementary School boy, dad drown during Father’s Day kayaking trip

Father, son and another boy who drowned remembered fondly

10-year-old Leetonia Elementary School boy, dad drown during Father’s Day kayaking trip

City school board president requests meeting with state officials

The city school board president wants a meeting with state officials to learn what’s planned for the school district

List gives online YSU program high marks

Online list ranks YSU’s online engineering program 12th in nation

YSU Jump Start enrolls nearly 100

97 save on tuition in summer program

YSU Jump Start allows incoming freshmen an early start on classes

LTI’s electrical technology program to start

LTI begins its electrical technology program in September

Author addresses girls’ issues

School, court and social service workers learned about the problems facing girls and how to address them at Everything Girls seminar

Angels for Animals wants to spread wings

Angels for Animals wants to build a 25,000-square-foot, 24-hour full-service veterinary clinic

Interim Youngstown superintendent talks about plans

Stohla plans to meet with variety of leaders, find out what’s working

Stephen Stohla to seek input regarding city schools

Brookfield schools gets help from Cafaro Foundation

The Cafaro Foundation donated $50,000 to the Brookfield Schools’ Addison Stadium project

Stephen Stohla is Youngstown schools interim superintendent

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Stephen Stohla, former Brookfield and Alliance superintendent, was picked as interim Youngstown superintendent

New student housing complex gains YSU trustees approval

A new student housing complex is expected to open a YSU in fall 2016

Summer camp offers STEM focus

Students create, innovate and learn at Camp Invention

City woman accused of leaving children home alone

A Youngstown mother is charged with endangering children, accused of leaving three children home alone

Quaglia work will continue in city schools

Some members question program’s effectiveness in boosting achievement

Quaglia Institute continues work in Youngstown schools for $195,000

Students compete for cash

Pennsylvania students compete in Shark Tank-like event

YSU students take first at communication contest

Three YSu communication students earn first place at contest

Ginkgo tree planted at South Range

South Range seventh-graders learn about Ginkgo in class and plant a tree on school grounds

10 get internships through YSU Nonprofit Leadership Summer Honors program

Ten YSU students secure summer internships with nonprofits

Tressel, others take look back at first year

Community leaders give YSU President Jim Tressel high marks for his first year at the helm.

$13.5M in improvements begin this summer at YSU

More than $13 million in repairs and upgrades planned at YSU, beginning this summer

Seminar focuses on girls

Juvenile court board plans seminar about girls

YSU’s Dana School of Music plans vocal clinic

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Week-long vocal clinic scheduled at YSU’s Dana School of Music

Youngstown schools retiree still looking for answers

A retired union president is asking questions about the increase in life insurance premiums

Luncheon honors retiring EGCC President Laura Meeks

Laura Meeks guided the college’s expansion from Jefferson County to include Mahoning, Columbiana and Trumbull counties

Grant will aid additive manufacturing

Federal grant to enhance additive manufacturing technologies

Committee recommends two for interim superintendent

Ex-superintendents at Warrensville Hts., Brookfield recommended to full board

The city school board will select one of those recommended by the committee to serve as interim superintendent for six months

Camp Invention planned this month

Donation allows Camp Invention at two Youngstown schools this summer

YSU seminar planned for veterans

YSU schedules seminar next month for veterans interested in starting, growing small business

YSU English festival

High-school and middle-school students from throughout Northeast Ohio and Western Pennsylvania

Potential Development board adds seven

Representatives of businesses, non-profits and entertainment venue join Potential Development board

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