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Youngstown Plan goes to court Sept. 29

Sept. 29 is the hearing on preliminary injunction in Youngstown Plan lawsuit

Health insurance changes will save Youngstown schools $4 million annually

Insurance change same as classified employees’

Changes to two employee unions’ health insurance will save Youngstown Schools $4 million annually

Ohio Nonviolence Week is Oct. 4 through Oct. 10

Mahoning Valley Sojourn to the Past, other groups plan fifth nonviolence parade and rally Oct. 4

Sept. 26 is robotics challenge

2015 Mahoning Valley Robotics Challenge is Sept. 26

YSU PT students see 100 percent exam passage

All 23 YSU physical therapy doctorate recipients passes national exam on the first try

YSU nursing program gets grant

Nursing grant will help YSU program expand

Award covers cost of summer research

Westminster professor, student research chemotherapy drugs

Thiel College adds filmmaker to faculty

Mercer County native/filmmaker joins Thiel College faculty

About $2.2 million trimmed from city school salary expenses

About $2 million was reduced from city school salary expenses through attrition

Canton Chamber has taken no action regarding Youngstown lawsuit

Canton Chamber VP says that organization has taken no action regarding the Youngstown lawsuit

Huntington Bank, United Way fill bus with school supplies

School supplies to be distributed to students throughout Mahoning and Shenango valleys

School supplies to be distributed to children in need

UPDATE | More oppose Youngstown Plan but not Canton Chamber

Speakers express additional concerns at school board meeting

Several speakers voiced opposition to the Youngstown Plan

Smooth start to school year

School districts report smooth start

Winning streak continues for YSU MathFest Team

YSU MathFest team earns five more excellence awards

1990s trio to open Westminster series

Wilson Phillips, the 1990s vocal trio, will open Westminster College Celebrity Series

Saturday is Meet the Marching Pride celebration

YSU Marching Pride will perform at Saturday celebration

YSU Welcome Week continues

Students build penguins, bounce on trampoline at YSU Welcome Week

Registration still open at EGCC

Fast-track registration is today

Lawsuit seeks to have Youngstown Plan declared unconstitutional

The city school board, teachers union and classified employees union want Youngstown plan declared unconstitutional

Lawsuit seeks to have Youngstown Plan declared unconstitutional

The city school board, teachers union and classified employees union want Youngstown plan declared unconstitutional

MCCTC gets all A’s on state report card

Mahoning County Career and Technical Center earned all A’s on the latest state report card

Mooney renovation progressing

Students discover ‘whole new look’ at high school

Cardinal Mooney HS students report fresher look to renovated school

Back to the bustle at YSU

Students head to classes Wednesday, the first day of fall semester at Youngstown State University.This year’s freshmen class is the university's largest since 2012.

Canfield is among America’s top high schools

Canfield High School is No. 332 of Newsweek’s America Top 500 High Schools

Activists considering lawsuit against Youngstown Plan

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Protests against law that reorganizes Youngstown City Schools continue

‘Retention is key,' Tressel says in State of University

Youngstown State University President Jim Tressel talks about accomplishments of the last year and goals and challenges for the future in his State of the University address Monday in the Chestnut Room of Kilcawley Center.

Youngstown students get immunizations,free haircuts for back-to-school

United Way program address barriers to education

Incoming freshmen fill YSU’s Beeghly Center

New academic year sees more YSU freshmen than last

YSU gets wind turbines for study

YSU reached agreement with the Ohio History Connection because the turbines are in a historic district.

Grove City ranks high on top colleges list

Forbes ranks Grove City College high on Top Colleges list

A woman’s best friend

Woman honors dad’s love of military, dogs

Tony, the Australian goldendoodle, will be trained as a service dog to help veteran Annette Williams of Youngstown

YSU adds continuing education courses

Accounting and real estate courses offered at YSU

YSU prof earns humanities grant

Grant will establish summer institute on moral psychology at YSU

YSU IGNITE starts today

750 students registered for first YSU IGNITE

New buildings, programs usher in 2015-16 school year

Tom Yazvac, Springfield schools superintendent, shows a kindergarten classroom in the new elementary school in the district. The nearly $12 million project to construct the school was made possible through state funding and local bond-issue funds approved by voters. The new school features many upgrades from the former school built in the 1920s.

Upbeat West Sider vows to beat Stage 4 cancer

Jim Hlinka of Youngstown is fighting Stage 4 colon cancer that has spread to his liver and lungs. His family has arranged a benefit golf outing Sept. 12 at Lakeside Golf Course in Lake Milton.

Youngstown Plan violates Sunshine Law, lawmakers say

Open-meeting statutes were violated, legislators argue

State reps. Michele Lepore-Hagan and Teresa Fedor believe Youngstown Plan committee violates open meetings law

Youngstown schools plan was kept confidential, minutes say

Panel that created strategy releases meeting minutesSFlb

Minutes of Youngstown Plan committee show discussion of need for confidentiality

OSHP investigates 2-vehicle accident that kills 2 people

NORTH Jackson The Ohio State Highway Patrol is investigating the fifth and sixth Mahoning County

Youngstown Plan makes all city school students EdChoice eligible

Board president questions motive behind measure

Any student, regardless of the academic performance of his or her school, will be eligible for the scholarship

YSU’s ACE awards scholarship

Canfield native awarded YSU ACE scholarship

YSU groups makes 1,000 mark

Boardman couple’s membership takes Pete’s Pride to 1,000 mark

Money magazine ranks Grove City College among the best

Grove City is among the top 10 Pa. schools on the Money magazine list

3-D pro teaches YSU students

3-D expert visits YSU

Newark academic plan, similar to Youngstown, didn't succeed

Community acceptance of state goals is essential to success, experts say

Autism Society, Youngstown Y offer special needs day camp

Matthew Marciano, 6, works with Legos during Friday afternoon’s session of Camp F.R.I.E.N.D.: Finding Rewards in Every New Day. The camp, which continues next week, is a collaboration between the Autism Society of Ohio and the Youngstown YMCA.

METRO DIGEST || Man returns safe

Man returns safe BROOKFIELD A man who caused concern for his safety by driving away from his

Special audit to determine if Youngstown schools overstaffed

An audit will determine if Youngstown School District is appropriately staffed

2 rescued street dogs to get 'married' in Hubbard ceremony

Bear, left, and Izzy nibble on treats from Jeannie Baron-Yenerall, owner of Baron Pet Care Services in Hubbard. Baron-Yenerall has been fostering the bonded pair since they were rescued two years ago from living on the streets. The two dogs will get “married” in an Aug. 22 ceremony at The Learning Dog in Hubbard. The event is an effort to get them adopted together.

Seniors’ volunteer hours produce tuition waiver

Seniors who volunteer at least 100 hours per year at one of three agencies earn a three-credit tuition waiver



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