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Strike authorization, no confidence resolution approved by YSU faculty

The union president said the faculty feels they have made sacrifices and gotten nothing in return

22nd YSU Dana Flute Festival is Saturday

Soo-Kyung Park is the guest artist

YSU selects six Beeghly Fellows

The program is funded through an endowment by the wife and children of John David Beeghly

Springfield teachers get ready for PARCC tests

Students will take the tests online to prepare for next year’s state tests

Union says YSU stiffed employees;YSU says union lacks understanding

Dispute centers on handling of employee contributions

The union filed a grievance but an administrator says the university is following contract language

Relative who flew with Vinson doesn’t live with student

The school is following the advice and direction of health professionals

EGCC seeks input on new president

The trustees’ chairman says the search committee has a big job ahead in selecting a new president

Second round of school security grants opens

Poland received two grants totaling $42,000 this month through the first round of applications

Youngstown schools superintendent says plan’s goals are achievable

The plan outlines long-term and annual goals for improving academics in the district

Youngstown school board to learn more of training

The training will be arranged by the commission and paid with district funds

YSU offers MBA at Lorain Community College

The MBA is offered on alternating Saturdays

Student raises awareness through diabetes awareness

The three-mile walk begins at 9:30 a.m. and continues until noon at the Springfield High School Stadium

Newsweek names six schools among top high schools

The magazine ranked Maplewood No. 68, Girard No. 89 and YEC No. 251 out of 500 schools for top schools for low-income students

West Branch moves up parent conferences

West Branch moves up parent conferences BELOIT The West Branch School District’s first

YSU Homecoming activities set

Fall Fire Fest to feature bands, rally for athletes

Saturdays’s Homecoming game is versus Southern Illinois University

Strike authorization vote planned by YSU faculty union

Health insurance is the sticking point in the negotiations

Candlelight memorial remembers infants who died

The organization’s mission is to bring comfort and hope to families who have suffered the loss of a baby through still birth. miscarriage, neonatal death or ectopic pregnancy

West Branch High School is a Blue Ribbon school


The school boasts a 96 percent graduation rate

Mahoning juvy court gets 1 of 4 US grants to keep kids in school, deter gangs

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School districts have seen an increase in gang activity among girls.

STEM+ME2 Academy plans progress

ME2 means manufacturing, energy and entrepreneurship

Brookfield school board seeking to fill vacancy

Monday is the application deadline

Abraham appointed interim provost by YSU trustees


The pedestrian bridge over Wick Avenue was named for the Stavich Family

EGCC’s Warren Center opens for spring semester

Eastern Gateway Community College

About 300 Trumbull County residents are enrolled in the college this fall

Public forums seek input for EGCC presidential profile

The Youngstown forum will be from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. Oct. 16 at First Presbyterian Church in Youngstown

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A teacher and two firefighters honored by Poland Foundation

The banquet is Oct. 14 at the Lake Club

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Harder test keeps people from GED classes

Program coordinator attributes decrease to new, tougher test

The math portion of the test which includes algebra II is intimidating potential students

Thomas Linzey is part of speaker series on energy and the environment

The Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund is a nonprofit law firm that’s provided free legal services to more than 500 governments and nonprofits since 1995.

Author Wally Lamb is Skeggs lecturer

Wally Lamb was twice selected for Oprah’s Book Club

YSU receives Starfish Award

A panel of judges picked YSU as one of three schools nationwide to earn the award

Westminster plans Homecoming

A parade, Victory Bell dedication and stargazing are just some of the activities

Website touts Grove City College’s affordability

The college ranked sixth on the list

Schools have until Oct. 15 to sign up for Bee

The 82nd Vindicator Regional Spelling Bee is March 14

Walsh plans symposium

The symposium runs Oct. 22 at Walsh University

Youngstown schools open houses log low attendance

One school’s open house, however, drew more people than the number of students enrolled

Arbitrator’s decision should be vacated, YSU says

The former payroll employee and ACE union president was fired in 2009

Dana open house is Wednesday

Free parking is available in the M1 parking deck

Youngstown school recovery update strips school board’s authority

Academic committee would oversee administrative hirings and curriculum

The draft recovery update must be approved by the state superintendent of public instruction

South Range schools seek reduced levy

Jackson-Milton and Springfield schools seek renewals

YSU students engineer edible cars

Mustafa Almalallah, a Youngstown State University freshman from Saudi Arabia, sets his banana mobile off on its downhill roll for a project in Kerry L. Meyers’ first-year engineering class.

EGCC students offered online degree option

The first online degree will be ready by spring

New system used for counting school students

The old method based the count on the average daily membership in the first week of October

Mother accused of snatching son outside Canfield preschool


The grandmother was pushed from the vehicle on Tippecanoe Road

YSU vets/ROTC alumni reunion is Oct. 10 and 11

The speaker is a 1985 YSU graduate

EGCC grant to address skills gap

There are high-paying jobs, but they demand high skills, the college’s president says

Eastern Gateway gears up for presidential search

A 13-member search committee includes community members, union representatives, trustees and students

Kent graduate recognized for honors theses

The Ravenna native is the seventh Portz Scholar from Kent State

YSU holds end of life conference

The conference is aimed at social workers, clergy, nurses and other professionals

NEOMED NEW Center opens

The center is funded through a public-private partnership without taxpayer money

Eastern Gateway enrollment is up 9 percent

One-third of students take a class online


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