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Youngstown school board rescinds Chaney principal non-renewal

One member said there were procedural difficulties with the principal’s non-renewal

Youngstown district prepares for last year of program

The district secured grants to pay for part of the cost of the third year

YSU ‘reinvents’ MBA program

Staff report youngstown Youngstown State University has restructured its MBA program at the

TELECOMMUNICATIONS STUDIES YSU to offer new track on sports broadcasting

Staff report youngstown Youngstown State University is launching a new sports-broadcasting track

Youngstown Distress Commission’s new chairman urging urgency

YOUNGSTOWN CITY SCHOOLS

The president of the school board from the district where Joffrey Jones was superintendent for 10 years described him as open and honest

City school board mulling future of administration building

Part of the building was the original Rayen School

Tony's Hideaway-Pogo's-Ernie McDougal's coming down at YSU

The three-story building was built in 1916.

City student portfolios target student goals

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The portfolios will be part of the curriculum

Baby injured by firework released from hospital

The infant was injured when a neighbor kicked over a lit firework

Auditor Yost says charter schools require oversight reform

Dave Yost said he is a supporter of school choice.

Superintendent readies for two jobs

The ESC and two school districts formed a council of governments to hire substitutes and many other districts have since joined

Hathorn's comment cut; attorney calls it unlawful, deceptive

This negative comment by Supt. Connie Hathorn at the bottom of his evaluation by the school board was included in the original that goes into his personnel file, but was cut from copies given to media.

City school board gives superintendent 3 out of 5 for performance

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Board members say they’re happy with the direction of the district, but they want the improvement to happen faster

EGCC growing again

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Administrative offices are moving out of the Valley Center to make room for more classrooms

City school board discusses meetings

The board doesn’t meet just to meet, the board president said

Fired YSU union chief to be reinstated

Details of Ivan Maldonado's return to employment must be worked out

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City schools report expected soon

The report will include positive and negative findings to be included in the next academic recovery plan update

First Place foundation fulfills contribution to YSU campaign

Staff report YOUNGSTOWN First Place Community Foundation has made its final $125,000

CHANEY STEM CAMPUS Ragan is named Master Teacher

Staff report Youngstown Sharon Ragan, a math and science teacher at the Chaney STEM Campus, has

YSU 5 business grad students present research

Staff report YOUNGSTOWN Five graduate students in Youngstown State University’s Williamson

City schools report expected soon

The report will include positive and negative findings to be included in the next academic recovery plan update

MCCTC superintendent retiring after 39 years in education

Roan Craig started her career at the center, spent eight years in Youngstown City Schools and returned to the career center

YSU’s first couple opens historic campus home

James MacGregor of McDonald and Stephanie Baker of Leetonia talk with Youngstown State University's new president Jim Tressel and his wife Ellen Tressel. The Tressels opened their new home, Pollock House, on the YSU campus to students, faculty, staff and administration officials on Tressel's first official day on the job.

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Jim Tressel is officially YSU president today

To mark the return of Jim and Ellen Tressel to YSU, Cassese’s MVR is offering half-off the popular Tressel Tortellini today

Boyds establish YSU scholarship

Staff report YOUNGSTOWN Joan J. and Willard L. Boyd have established a scholarship at Youngstown

Homicide probed

Homicide probed youngstowN Police are investigating the city’s fifth homicide of the year, that

Births

Births St. Elizabeth boardman Health Center Kaileigh and Austin Mitchley, Youngstown, girl, June

Youngstown police investigating weekend shootings

A crowd of people gathered around the victim told people they neither knew nor saw anything

Melnick Medical Museum hosting exhibit on Gilman

Staff report youngstown The Melnick Medical Museum at Youngstown State University is hosting a

GROW YOUNGSTOWN YSU student promotes healthy lifestyle

Staff report YOUNGSTOWN Sam Anderson of Poland, a sophomore finance major, is experiencing the

PROJECT LEAD THE WAY MCCTC program receives certification

Staff report Canfield The Mahoning County Career and Technical Center has received national

Seminar at YSU will focus on women’s financial wellness

Staff report YOUNGSTOWN “Financial Wellness for Women: Thrive Financially Instead of Just

YSU Valley students are chosen for Rigelhaupt scholarships

Staff report youngstown Mahoning Valley students have been selected to receive the 2014-15 Judge

Completion is aim of YSU and EGCC plans

Submittal of plans was Ohio Board of Regents requirement

Kent, Eastern Gateway approve agreement for credit transfers

The agreement allows credits to courses to transfer between Eastern Gateway and Kent State

New Youngstown schools commission chairman named

The retired Euclid Schools superintendent replaces Adrienne O’Neill who stepped down for health reasons

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Valley students explore STEM at YSU

Valley students participate in program at YSU

Thirty-five sixth through eighth graders learn more about science, technology, engineering and mathematics

Youngstown school board OKs costs to reopen Volney

Eight administrators are appointed

School reopening brings high cost

General fund to pay for Discovery 2 program

The closed school is to reopen next year as a choice school

YSU chapter among book-drive winners

Staff report youngstown Youngstown State University’s Chapter 143 of Phi Kappa Phi is one of

Kent State fashion show dazzles audience

Staff report KENT Kent State University’s Shannon Rodgers and Jerry Silverman School of Fashion

City charter school converts to private

The school will retain its maximum enrollment of 60 to 65 students

New Tressel era begins at YSU

Jim Tressel, acting president of Youngstown State University, talks to the media in his office in Tod Hall Friday, his first day in office. He becomes president July 1.

Youngstown 2014 street resurfacing

The city’s board of control awarded a nearly $1.3 million contract for street resurfacing to R.T.

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Third time’s a charm for Khawaja’s retirement

YSU interim president

He’s been a professor, department chairman, director of faculty relations, interim dean, provost and interim president during his 46 years at YSU.

Chaney's future scientists propose unusual inventions

Incoming students got to meet teachers and classmates during the summer bridge program

YSU board approves Tressel contract, 2015 budget

Youngstown State University trustees

The incoming president hasn’t billed the university for expenses incurring during the interview process, the board chairman said

Tressel starts at YSU Friday

Jim Tressel will serve from Friday until July 1 without pay

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Busy construction summer planned at YSU

The jobs aren’t for big dollars, but they’re spread across campus

YSU’s APAS donates to Boys, Girls Club

Staff report youngstown Youngstown State University’s Association of Professional/

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