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english festival

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

YSU Division of Student Affairs receives recognition

Staff report YOUNGSTOWN Youngstown State University’s Division of Student Affairs has been named

Smoke Down goes bust

The organizer sent word through social media that people would be arrested if they smoked marijuana

Births

Births St. Elizabeth Health Center Anatolea and Robert ManyPenny, Salem, boy, April 17. Nicole

YSU Veterans Resource Center work progressing

The building is under construction on Wick Avenue, at the site of the former Peck House

Two Lumen Christi schools sought to leave system

Tuition fears troubled some at St. Charles, Holy FamilySFlb

One of the pastors says things have improved since the petition was made

Civil rights activist, Freedom Rider to speak in Youngstown

Friday’s documentary screening is part of Stand Against Racism event

YSU addressing Heartbleed

Personnel are determining if servers are affected

Famous Amos founder is keynote speaker

The business man will also visit two city elementary schools and read to students

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CORRECTION Jonathan Koenig’s name was spelled incorrectly in an article titled “In Demand” on Page

4 more apply to become YSU president

Six of the 37 applicants are either internal candidates or have YSU ties

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Choffin students ready for in-demand manufacturing jobs

Choffin students prepare for manufacturing jobs

Machining is the highest priority of the Mahoning Valley Manufacturers Coalition

State panel OKs STEM designation for proposed Youngstown school

The school, which will also emphasize manufacturing and entrepreneurship, is slated to open in August 2015

YSU Foundation exceeds $225 million in assets

Youngstown State University Foundation

It’s the largest endowment among Northeast Ohio’s public universities

Michael J. Cafaro of Austintown, chief executive officer/proprietor, Cafaro Chiropractic Clinic,

Michael J. Cafaro of Austintown, chief executive officer/proprietor, Cafaro Chiropractic Clinic,

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33 people seek YSU presidency so far

Trustees plan to narrow list to 8, then pick 3 finalists to visit campusSFlb

The list includes current and former YSU personnel

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Preparing for prom

Summit Academy students get ready for the real thing

Jordan Welliver and Gaige Figinsky, juniors at Summit Academy High School for Autism, are among 30 students who participated Monday in a sort of prom dress rehearsal in the downtown YMCA auditorium. The prom for the whole school is next month at a banquet hall. The idea was to help the young people to be comfortable enough to try the full-school event.

Fourth dumping defendant pleads guilty

The Newton Falls man will be sentenced July 7

Lack of budget approval causes layoff notices

The superintendent says school administrators met with teachers to explain

Kent State Trumbull to have three fairs

Staff report CHAMPION A trio of fairs spanning a variety of interests will take place at Kent

Westminster College hosts Winter Analyst program

Staff report new wilmington, pa. Westminster College’s Department of Economics and Business

Harvard professor to speak at YSU event

Staff report youngstown Mara Prentiss will be the keynote speaker at the 17th annual Edward W.

YSU accounting students place first in competition

Staff report YOUNGSTOWN Youngstown State University accounting students continued their winning

YSU to host educational conference

Staff report Youngstown Students will share their research endeavors as Youngstown State

Jim Tressel seeks YSU presidency

He’s also seeking the presidency at the University of Akron

Kathryn is a 'walking miracle'

Kathryn Carter, third-grader at Williamson Elementary School gets a hug from principal Wanda Clark at a “welcome back” ceremony Friday morning. Kathryn, 9, was shot last week while sitting at the dining room table in her family’s East Judson Avenue home.

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Chaney STEM students compete with CO2 cars

A Drive for Learning

The winner made his car in two days after someone damaged his first vehicle

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Youngstown students learn Polish egg coloring

Programs of Promise at Wilson students, from left, Hydeia Jackson, Rayshawn Wallace, Michelle Jordan and De’Amonte Pagan, try their hands at coloring Easter eggs in the Polish tradition in their classroom at Youngstown's alternative school.

Youngstown schools detail snow day make-up plan

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Some board members expressed reservations about the blizzard bags

Gift to name gallery

The gallery’s namesake is involved with many arts organizations

Sebring superintendent is out

The $111,000 payment includes salary, medical and retirement benefits

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Two more YSU deans in job hunts

Of the 11 administrators in academic affairs, four have either been finalists for other jobs or are retiring

Uniform, more rigorous teacher evaluations begin

Instructors deemed ‘ineffective’ twice will be subject to termination

The new system is designed to help teachers improve, two educators say

YSU professor part of weight-loss study of cancer survivors

The women in the study saw a 3 percent to 4 percent reduction in body mass index

All YSU presidential applicants will follow the process

Even if the former football coach applies, other candidates shouldn’t shy away, thinking a decision has been made

City students partner with tech firm

Chaney junior Buker Abu-Hashim, left, and his sister, senior Rana Abu-Hashim, inspect a part they helped make at Storm Lab at Choffin Career Center.

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West Branch music program gets national honor

The district begins its music program in elementary school and includes a show choir and jazz band in middle school

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MLK students race derby cars, meet Browns running back

Scoutreach goes into inner-city schools, bringing boys to scouting who wouldn’t otherwise be exposed to it

YSU search consultant confident of solid candidate pool

There are challenges to the search

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YSU STEM dean is finalist for another job

Martin Abraham said he plans to apply for the YSU presidency

YSU summer program deadline nears

Staff report YOUNGSTOWN The application deadline is April 15 for two new summer programs at

KSU trustees to host event to honor retiring president

Staff report kent A reception and celebration to honor Kent State University President Lester A.

Ohio officials urge groups to apply for Summer Food Service Program

Staff report columbus Nearly 60,000 Ohio children received a free meal each day last summer

YSU’s Williamson is Best for Vets

Schools on the list have a culture and curriculum catering to military veterans

Grove City alumni get $10K investment in robotics company

Staff report GROVE CITY, PA. Grove City College alumni Orion Correa (’13) and Jake Loosararian

What constitutes a meeting? Youngstown board wants to know

A majority of school board members were advised to leave an academic distress commission meeting for fear of violating the Sunshine Law

Work begins Monday to restore damaged Arms Family Museum

The museum sustained damage after a water pipe burst in January

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Pen pal program encourages friendship, literacy

The children have been corresponding with YSU students for months

The program grew from 63 Harding students last year to 130 this year

YSU enrollment expected to be down again next year

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Beginning in fall 2015, enrollment is expected to increase slightly

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