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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

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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

Tressel's first 100 days

Jim tressel became YSU acting president June 20.

Tease photo

Jim Traficant remembered for political skill and heart

Traficant called his father nearly every day just to talk, a former long-time chief of staff said.

Births

Births St. Elizabeth boardman Health Center Shanna McDonald and Matthew Baer, Youngstown, girl,

Veterans Resource Center dedicated at YSU

The center is being paid for entirely through private donations by an ongoing fundraising campaign

Anti-bullying events planned at Eastwood Mall

The events are planned for Wednesday and Oct. 4

More students attending Youngstown Diocese schools

Columbiana County was the only county in the Diocese where elementary school enrollment declined this year

TOMS founder speaks at Stambaugh

Free tickets are available at Stambaugh at at the dean’s office at WCBA at YSU

YSU names interim STEM dean

James Andrews will becoming acting chairman of the physics and astronomy department

YSU honors outstanding business alumni Oct. 17

Outstanding alumni will be recognized for their accomplishments and contributions

Cardinal Mooney students help clean up neighborhood

Staff report youngstown As students entered Cardinal Mooney this fall to begin the school year,

Photographer establishes scholarship for YSU students

The exhibit runs through Oct. 5 in Bliss Hall

ACLD gets $7,500 grant

Staff report YOUNGSTOWN The Thomases Family Endowment made a $7,500 grant to All Children Learn

Steel museum invites ex-workers, families

Steel museum invites ex-workers, families YOUNGSTOWN The Youngstown Historical Center of

Pioneer Award given to artist Al Bright

Alfred L. Bright was founding director of Youngstown State University’s black studies program

Squire scholarship honors late band director

The scholarship is for YSU music education students

Students study STEM for a day

The activity was part of the Seven Days of STEM

Chaney earns third straight STEM excellence award

Chaney is one of 57 schools in Ohio to receive the Ohio Academy of Science award

YSU faculty contract remains in limbo

Union awaits action by health-care panel

A health advisory committee isn’t scheduled to meet again until Oct. 14

Prof awarded first federal patent in YSU history

YSU STEM Dean Martin Abraham Dean, left, and President Jim Tressel stand with physics Prof. Tom Oder, who has achieved a first for the university: a federal patent.

YSU STEM dean named interim provost, could be permanent

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The appointment could become permanent

Medal of Honor winner tells harrowing tale at Stambaugh

Sal Giunta rushed toward the enemy to reach fellow soldiers

Cleveland Clinic's Michael Roizen, Dr. Oz co-author, to speak at YSU

Dr. Roizen will talk about healthy eating, controlling your genes and other topics

YSU trustees looking at stricter credit card controls

An analysis by internal auditors says the controls implemented so far are good but cumbersome and costly

REDizone at NEOMED is open for business

Three companies already lease space within the corridor

YSU professor awarded NSF grant

Ruigang Wang’s research focuses on improving catalytic converter performance

South Range becomes fit-friendly work site

The district offers fitness programs for students and staff

Speaker addresses exports to India

The featured speaker is an international trade attorney

State report card: Youngstown struggling, Canfield excelling

Eighth-graders in Ron Johnson’s social studies class at Austintown Middle School raise their hands to answer a question. The Austintown district saw some gains in middle-school scores on the latest state report cards that were released Friday.

Performance Index Totals

Performance Index Totals The PI measures student performance on the Ohio Achievement Assessments

YSU’s first federal patent comes from professor’s research

The university will begin the search for a new dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences

New master plan to map EGCC’s future

The master plan will encompass educational, staffing and facilities strategies for the college

Medal of Honor winner to speak at Stambaugh symposium

Sal Giunta is the first Medal of Honor winner since the Vietnam War

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