The domestic partner of a late educator filed a lawsuit, arguing he should be treated as a spouse
JoAnn and Barry Claycomb focus on the what they have, rather than what they've lost, as they continue to deal with Barry’s Alzheimer’s disease, which has progressed over the past year, as well as new additional health challenges: colon cancer for him, breast cancer for her. The Vindicator has followed the couple’s life and struggles in dealing with Alzheimer’s for the past six years.
Judith Britton, a junior at Cardinal Mooney High School, wants to learn to play “My Immortal,” the haunting Evanescence song in which piano features prominently.
The ESC is seeking a grant for STEM education
Police talked to representatives of organizations that met Sunday night to see if students saw anything odd
While city school teachers are upset about her selection, the school board president is sticking to her pick
MCCTC cosmetology students host hair and nail-a-thon
YSU students paint the Rock with an American flag and patriotic messages
Westminster College student creates Lewis and Clark board game
Kelley Mills, Austintown counselor, is named counselor of the year
Nursing postcards displayed at YSU’s Cushwa Hall
Grove City students participated in summer archaeology conservation program
YSU honor society honored
Robert Girts’ plea and sentencing were vacated so the case could be set for trial or Girts could plead again
Rotary clubs team up for Operation Warm coat distribution
Liam Beverly, 2, a day care center student, carries cans of food to fill bags that will be distributed to needy families from Elizabeth Missionary Baptist Church’s Family Life Center on Thursday. Fifth- and sixth-graders from Discovery at Kirkmere and Blessed Assurance and Auntie Rei’s day care centers filled the bags as part of a community-service project.
Board president points out that commission appointee has worked in many capacities in the district
Jim and Ellen Tressel pledge $1 to expand student employment on campus
YSU expands reach by signing agreements with five Chinese universities
Struthers cheerleaders earn award for breast cancer awareness efforts
YSU’s Dana School hosts first alumni reunion Nov. 28
Inspiring Minds gets donation from AT&T to target ninth and 10th graders
Nominations due Dec. 31 for YSU Heritage Award
YSU offers workshop on loan repayment Wednesday
City school board approves $6,500 per month contract without request for proposals
Board President Brenda Kimble appointed a retired principal to the academic commission instead of a teacher
Barbara Brothers, a career educator, is Mayor John A. McNally’s appointee to the academic distress commission
Special needs winterfest dance is Dec. 2 at Mahoning Country Club
Keynot Media initiative to help needy schools and students
YSU professors establish endowment to support applied numeric analysis
Thursday seminar addresses planning for college
The 2014-2015 academic recovery plan remains in effect in the city schools until it’s replaced by a new plan
The event aims ‘to get people out to the organizations to learn how they can serve you and you can serve them, the organizer says.
The city charter doesn’t allow the mayor to hold another public office except notary public
U.S. Education Department restricts Ohio charter school grant funding
YSU senior Ashley Orr is a finalist for both the Rhodes and Marshall scholarships
Poland school bond issue supporters gathered at the Mowad home Tuesday night to watch election results, as voters took a strong stand against providing funds for a new kindergarten-through-eighth-grade school.. Other school districts in the Valley fared better.
Youngstown Plan moves forward after injunction denied
YSU students picked as Beeghly fellows
Thiel professor’s work on Pope’s visit published in Washington Post
Opera Westminster and New Castle Lyric Opera collaborate for event
Midwestern Intermediate Unit IV hires new director of business services
Youngstown’s school security chief called the South Carolina video disturbing
Seniors are registering for a pilot program, earning college credit by volunteering
The Dana School of Music at Youngstown State University will stage Dana Voice Day at 8:30 a.m. Nov. 7 in Bliss Recital Hall.
Saturday marked the start of the high-school speech season with a tournament at Warren John F.
Barbers and hairstylists provided free cuts and styles to Discovery at Kirkmere students for picture day
YSU professor brings Pittsburgh program to Youngstown
Westminster College group wins third place in recyclable clothing contest
Grove City history prof presents paper in Italy