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Replace schools superintendent, group says

Citing low report card scores for the Youngstown school district, the president of the local NAACP says superintendent and deputy should be replaced

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Austintown school enrollment surpasses Youngstown’s

While some school districts lose students, Austintown adapts to being Valley’s largest

Austintown schools enrolled more students than Youngstown beginning in 2013 to 2014 school year

Scholarship for business students available at EGCC

EGCC professor establishes ongoing scholarship

Japanese students need host families

Host families in Mahoning Valley needed for Japanese exchange students

EGCC one of fastest growing colleges

EGCC president says college’s growth is a reflection of the community

Association honors Kent professor

The award recognizes Kent professor for going about and beyond to help students

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YSU committees don’t support college merger

Reorganization proposal could affect 16 departments in 3 colleges

The interim provost can’t see going forward with a concept that department chairmen and women and a majority of faculty in those departments don’t support

YSU diversity breakfast honors Martin Luther King Jr.

The late Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. conveyed urgency of the situation of the oppressed, YSU diversity speaker says

Tressel: Retention focus of YSU plan

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YSU expects more reductions but President Jim Tressel says he wants to avoid layoffs

Mooney students’ rally supports fire principal

About 100 Cardinal Mooney students rallied in front of the school before class Tuesday, showing support for John Young who was ousted last week

Les Cochran’s book hits Kindle best seller list

The first book in former YSU President Les Cochran’s trilogy cracks Kindle best seller list

Campbell teacher case investigated by state agency

The Campbell Memorial High School teacher is on paid leave; investigation ongoing

New moms learn about their babies’ health

Citywide event coincides with Martin Luther King Jr. Day

The Associated Neighborhood Centers presents the Citywide Baby Shower every year on Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Possible relationship between student, teacher investigated

A Campbell teacher was placed on leave Friday amid allegations of a possible inappropriate relationship with a student

Paula Poundstone, comedian, to perform at DeYor

Comedian Paula Poundstone will perform Feb. 27 at DeYor Performing Arts Center

After 20 years, Ursuline principal will retire

Ursuline Principal Patricia Fleming will remain involved at the school, the board chairman says

City schools address highlights success

State of the District event set for Thursday

The State of the Youngstown School District address will be Thursday at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Banquet Hall

Civil rights leader to speak at Kent State

Kent State plans MLK celebration Thursday

Williamson College’s accreditation extended

YSU Williamson College of Business Administration sees its accreditation extended

YSU honor society recognized for merit

YSU Phi Kappa Phi chapter one of only 24 named Chapter of Merit

Malone’s online degrees make list

U.S. News & World Report lists Malone University’s online program as one of the top

Five earn newest master’s at YSU

Five students earned their master’s degrees in interdisciplinary communication, YSU’s newest

Fired Mooney principal says supporters deserve explanation from the school

Cardinal Mooney High School

John Young, principal of Cardinal Mooney High School, is upset that he won’t be able to watch his first class of students graduate

Report lists ways to improve higher education in Ohio

A new report lists nine recommendations for the Ohio higher education

Scholarships available for students of nine Valley schools

Five Youngstown and four Warren schools make list for EdChoice Scholarship program

Quality and value initiative | Recommendations

A Gov. John Kasich-appointed project team led by E. Gordon Gee and Ohio Chancellor John Carey issued

EGCC already offers grant similar to president’s proposal

EGCC’s Gateway and Horizon grants mirror President Obama’s plan for free community college

A city school board member says clarification is needed regarding academic recovery plan

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City school board member says some of the matters in the district’s academic recovery plan address board actions rather than district academics

State officials probe fire that kills man

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Staff report LISBON The State Fire Marshal’s office is investigating a Monday fire that killed a

Former Columbiana task force director sentenced

The former director of the Columbiana County Drug Task Force was sentenced to 18 months in prison for crimes committed while he oversaw the agency

Prosecutor to appeal decision to vacate Girts’ murder plea, sentence

An appeals court vacated the involuntary manslaughter plea and indefinite sentence of the former Poland embalmer

Scholastic Art Exhibit runs today through Jan. 29

Northeastern Ohio Scholastic Art Exhibit begins today at YSU

Holocaust survivor speaks at YSU

Holocaust survivor to speak Jan. 20 at YSU

FAFSA help offered at Salem event

Salem Public Library event focuses on college financial aid

UA professor named NAI fellow

Akron professor named National Academy of Inventors fellow

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GRADS LIST These students were awarded bachelor’s degrees unless otherwise noted: OHIO

Physics solution published by KSU professor

Kent professor and collaborators publish exact solution to physics problem

Award recognizes OSU Extension support

Susan Crowell of Farm and Dairy earns award

Dead dog was victim of fight, not cold weather

The New Middletown dog died from an attack by another dog in his pen.

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Births St. Elizabeth Boardman Hospital Dawn Talbert and Steven Ketchum, East Liverpool, boy,

Charter school reform tops state board members’ agenda

Seven state school board members plan to work as a coalition to achieve agenda

YSU will demolish former union hall

The area where the former union hall sits likely will be used for parking after the building is demolished

YSU offers horn workshop

A member of the Pittsburgh Symphony is the guest clinician Sunday at YSU horn workshop

Youngstown school board gives mixed reviews of recommendations

City school board members agree with most of the recommendations issued last month by a consultant appointed by the Youngstown School District Academic Distress Commission.

Student artwork recognized by court advisory board

Young artists awarded for work by Mahoning County Juvenile Court Advisory Board

Student earns YSU STEM Intern award

Mineral Ridge native earns YSU STEM Intern of the Year Award

List lauds YSU counseling program

YSU’s graduate program in counseling makes most affordable list

Teams of Grove City students to participate in lab

Grove City students will particiate in a business and social enterprise lab

MIU IV awards Spirit Award to employee

The Spirit Award recognizes individuals who exemplify excellence

NSF grant awarded to KSU professor

Kent State professor awarded grant to study workings inside human chromosomes

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