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YSU student marketing association earns top prize

YSU student marketing association wins prize at competition

YSU math teams earn awards

YSU math teams earn awards at international math contest

Fundraising run/walk planned

Walk/run to raise money for charity

Rominger Foundation donates $127,000 to schools foundation

South Range Foundation receives $127,000 donation from Rominger Foundation

Board members describe ideal superintendent

Board members IDENTIFY variety of qualifications

Youngstown school board members list attributes they want in next superintendent

Chaney performers join Stand Against Racism

Organizations join forces at YWCA of Youngstown event to end racism

YSU additive manufacturing center adds high-temp furnace

Brett Conner, director of advanced materials and workforce initiatives at Youngstown State University, stands next to the new high-temperature sintering furnace in the Center for Innovation in Additive Manufacturing lab.

3,000 students focus on books at YSU English Festival

YSU English Festival marks 37th year

NAACP president says Hathorn will be alright

Student test scores didn’t improve significantly under Hathorn’s leadership, NAACP leader says

Kirkmere students learn about saving money

Students learn importance of saving money

Talmer Bank representatives teach students the importance of saving money

Officials weigh options for replacing Connie Hathorn

Some SUPPORT hiring interim superintendent

Launching a superintendent search or appointing an interim are options for replacing Youngstown Schools superintendent

Retired congressman is Grove City commencement speaker

Humanitarian and former congressman to speak at Grove City College commencent next month

Student work and YSU facilities displayed at STEM showcase

YSU STEM showcase is Saturday

Western Reserve taking open enrollment

Western Reserve taking open enrollment berlin center The Western Reserve School District is

Three Valley teachers selected for Golden Apple Awards

Three teachers named Golden Apple Award winners by Diocese of Youngstown

Cleveland Museum of Art at center of YSU study

14 YSU students participate in regional case study at Cleveland Museum of Art

Process to replace Youngstown superintendent unclear

Roles of state, academic commission and city school board unclear in selecting replacement for Superintendent Connie Hathorn

Grant given to help student with college expenses

A $5,000 grant from Ronald McDonald House Charities of Mahoning Valley and Western Pa. will help student meet college expenses

Event honors city school parents

Former Mayor Jay Williams and his wife are featured speakers at event to honor city school parents

Fifth-grade class learns somber lesson

Holocaust Remembrance Day

Fifth-graders at Williamson Elementary School learned about the Holocaust and the importance of never forgetting it

YSU plans hackathon

HackYSU runs Friday through Sunday and offers participants the chance to learn and create

Valley veterinarians see no dog flu cases

Whilecases of dog flu have been reported in parts of the Midwest, there haven’t been any locally

Veteran educator publishes book about Westminster College

Robert Zorn, director of Westminster College’s graduate school and retired Poland School superintendent, publishes book on the college

TCTC teacher is one of 100 selected for PBS program

TCTC teacher picked for PBS education innovator program

Ground to be broken in June for center for Mahoning Valley Lifelong Learning Institute

Mahoning Valley Lifelone Learning Institute surpasses campaign goal, plans center

Two school districts use TV as recruitment tool

Youngstown takes cue from Jackson-Milton in trying to attract students outside district

Youngstown and Jackson-Milton schools use television to advertise districts

Company calls Westminster “best value”

Company says Westminster College is a “best value” in Pennsylvania

YSU grad student earns prestigious scholarship

YSU grad student selected for Turkish Critical Language Scholarship Program

YSU students learn about service while visiting Haiti

A group of YSU students provide service in visit to Haiti

Magazine names YSU student affairs division one of “Most Promising Places to Work”

National list names YSU Division of Student Affairs one of country’s “Most Promising Places to Work in Student Affairs”

3 YSU profs finalists for dean’s position

Forums begin next week for the three finalists for the new YSU honors college dean position

EGCC students get down to business advising

EGCC students make recommendations, product improvements at local businesses

Slide the City to raise funds for Rich Center

Participants will pay to slide on a 1,000-foot slip-and-slide and a portion of the proceeds will go to the Rich Center for Autism

Students show research at 26th YSU QUEST

YSU students showcase research at forum

YSU students demonstrate research at QUEST Forum for Student Scholarship

Youngstown school board wants meeting restriction lifted

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A letter from the city school board’s asks for changes to some parts of the academic plan and improved communication

Willow Creek Learning Center to close

A letter to Willow Creek Learning Center families cited declining enrollment and retirement of trustees as reasons the school will close

Joseph Nohra, YSU and Ursuline alumnus, dies

Friends and associates call the late Joseph Nohra the epitome of family and a man of faith

Event highlights careers in aging

Careers in Aging Week at YSU offers information on many careers to serve an aging population

YSU Careers in Aging Week What’s scheduled

Careers in Aging Week began Monday at Youngstown State University, spotlighting careers that serve

Education partnership joins network with national reach

Eastern Ohio Education Partnership joins organizations from 31 states in the StriveTogether Cradle to Career Network

Process begins to fill upcoming YSU trustee vacancy

Dr. Garg’s term expires at end of April

The governor’s office consults people in the community before selecting trustees

MCCTC students earn medals

MCCTC early childhood development students earn high marks at contest

Tech camp offered at YSU this summer

High school students can participate in summer tech camp

YSU Enactus donates computers

YSU Enactus donates computers to Beatitude House

South Range band performs at Walt Disney World

South Range band performs for fifth time in Walt Disney World Staff report YOUNGSTOWN Members

Niles is accepting applications for open enrollment

Niles is accepting applications for open enrollment niles The Niles School District is accepting

Spring play is professor’s last college curtain call

Grove City College will present “The Tempest” next month

Youngstown schools grapple with high suspension rates

Leaders try many methods to improve student behavior — with little success

Despite multiple attempts to address the issue, city school suspensions remain high

Tressel wants to attract developers near YSU campus

Getting a grocery store to locate near campus is a short-term goal

MyTown Ytown offers family activities

New group wants to give back

MyTown Ytown formed last October to provid families with positive activities

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