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Denise Dick

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Harding parents urged to talk college and careers with children

Harding Elementary School hopes College and Career Readiness Luncheon becomes annual event

Youngstown schools recognize two police officers

The officers were nominated by school principals or other personnel

Elections board employee raises discussed again

A committee will compare employee pay at the local board with other similar size boards in Ohio

Faculty rejects new contract with YSU

The negotiating teams for both YSU and the faculty union are expected to return to the bargaining table

YSU’s counseling program earns recognition

The association represents 13 states

Westminster students make elevator pitches

Westminster students participate in elevator pitch contest with students from other colleges

Gift to Kent State will fund scholarships in photojournalism

Donor leaves $3 million bequest to the KSU’s photojournalism program for scholarships

Online source says Grove City is affordable choice

Grove City College’s graduation rate beats national average

PANDA club gathers Boardman students

Boardman students join team-building activities

PANDA provides knowledge about issues affecting young people

Nov. 29 bash to benefit scholarship in memory of Vivian Martin

The Vivian Martin Scholarship Party for a Purpose will run from 7 to 11 p.m. Nov. 29 at St. Michael Social Hall

Concessions, pay raises included in YSU faculty agreement

YSU trustees approved the agreement last week and the union vote is expected today

What to watch for if Alzheimer’s Disease is suspected

Alzheimer’s Disease is the sixth leading cause of death in the United States

Alzheimer's dulls memory, not Austintown couple's love

JoAnn and Barry Claycomb of Austintown display a plaster cast of their hands held together. JoAnn says their love enables them to deal with the challenges brought on by Barry’s Alzheimer’s disease. The couple’s dog, Sassy, is determined to claim her space in the photo.

Alzheimer’s disease

The Alzheimer’s Association lists these 10 early signs and symptoms of Alzehimer’s disease:

Youngstown schools seek solution to teacher absences

Unused sick days accumulate from year to year

Faculty agreement approved by YSU trustees

The university awaits action by the faculty union

Youngstown schools considers cuts

A list of Youngstown City Schools recommended cuts is expected by Feb. 15

EGCC offers dual enrollment for high school students

Poland Seminary High School offers students options through YSU and EGCC

Event marks schools’ academic achievement

Canfield and Maplewood earned special recognition for the number of “A’s” those districts earned on the report card

National award presented to Western Reserve Public Media

The program helps students learn about the structure, usefulness and power of poetry

YSU’s Penguin Review marks 50th

The YSU literary magazine will mark its 50th year with a commmemorative edition and launch party

YSU makes national list

YSU ranks 159th among 671 master’s degree-level colleges and universities

Nominations sought for YSU Heritage Awards

The Heritage Award recognizes former YSU faculty/staff who have made major contributions to the university

Asher is best friend, therapist 'fur' kids

The goldendoodle offers comfort and companionship at Jackson-Milton Elementary.

Powers crowd enjoys African Children’s Choir

Children’s choir from Uganda wows Powers crowd

Eighteen Ugandan children, ages 8 to 11, make up the African Children’s Choir, touring the United States to raise awareness of Africa

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Family, East High grieve devastating loss of Faith

Jamie Bass, whose daughter was friends with East High School student Faith McCullough-Wooster, kneels beside a makeshift memorial for her on East High Avenue on Thursday. Faith died after she was run over by a city school bus Wednesday.

Doctor and YSU professor awarded grant for drug study

The $70,000 research grant marks the first time YSU has participated in a clinical drug study

YSU researchers honored

Five YSU researchers were recognized for their work

Acting superintendent appointed by Diocese

The newly appointed acting superintendent joined the diocesan staff in 2011 after several years as a school principal

State plan to lift specialty teacher rule draws flak

Districts could benefit financially; critics say students would suffer

Educators worry change could sacrifice education of the “whole child”.

Family donates to YSU in Thomas Fok’s memory

In recognition of the $2.5 million gift from the Fok Family, YSU will rename the Alumni House as Fok’s Hall

Ursuline distinguished alumni honored

Ursuline honors distinguished alumni

Sister Mary Lee Nally and John Vitullo are this year’s Ursuline High School Distinguished Alumni

Revving up for Project Ignition

The team has received more than $76,000 in grant money since its inception

Boardman junior nominated to attend medical congress

Boardman junior nominated to attend medical congress boardman Krystopher Baklarz, a junior at

Canfield, Chaney students tackle racial theme in 'Ragtime'

Guest artist Joshua Green plays the role of Coalhouse Walker in Canfield and Chaney high schools' joint production of ‘Ragtime,' a Tony-award-winning turn-of-the-century period piece that deals with racism.

YSU reaches tentative agreement with faculty

Both sides must approve the agreement

Discovery at Volney students learn lessons in responsibility

Discovery at Volney, or D2, opened this year as part of the city school district’s schools of choice effort

Former CIA officer is YSU speaker

The free lecture is open to the public

Youngstown schools recovery plan approved

Board members lose much of their authority

The plan sets academic goals for the district and limits school board authority

YSU dean accepts another job

Bryan DePoy will leave YSuU in January to become Lake Erie College’s chief academic officer

State to help businesses and college students

Ten YSU business students will be chosen for the internships

Principal is one of 20 nationally to earn grant

The school district will receive a $2,500 grant and $1,000 in Crayola products

Kent State University recognized for diversity

The award recognizes colleges and universities that demonstrate a commitment to diversity and inclusion

YSU provides stage for programming competition

YSU is among four sites in the East Central region hosting the contest

Springfield High School disputes ODE scores

ODE says appeals are limited to data submitted through districts’ Educational Management Information Systems

History dances to life at Civil War ball

Descendant of Gov. Tod attends fundraiser for history education

About 120 people of varying ages attended the ball

YSU hopes to have a deal done next week

Tressel expects full tentative agreement ‘by early next week’

The agreement must be ratified by both sides

School board training will address team building

Academic distress panel approves plan for administration

The cost of the training is not to exceed $5,000

Record-setting vocabulary

About 4,000 children in 37 cities in 15 states and Washington, D.C. participated

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City school team building

The students will take the skills they learned back to their home schools

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