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Four YSU business alumni honored

Four YSU business alumni honored at banquet

Kirkmere student wins Kindle in drawing

The city schools food services department offered a Kindle to a student in a drawing

YSU offers options for reducing degree cost

A new law requires state universities to reduce by 5 percent the cost of earning a degree

Youngstown school district sees sunny 5-year forecast

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Blue budget skies predicted in city school district’s five-year forecast

Taft collects for Second Harvest

Taft students and staff are collecting non-perishables for Second Harvest Food Bank

Youngstown Plan disbands current board, appoints new one

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They makeup of the academic distress commission could change depending on the outcome of a Sept. 29 hearing.

Jim Tressel talks about goals for YSU

Expanded recruitment, employee pay raises rank among priorities

YSU President Jim Tressel aims for more students, better retention

YSU trustees don’t vote on faculty retirement buyout expansion

YSU trustees heard about a faculty retirement buyout expansion but didn’t act on it

YSU students help with museum website development

YSU honors students to help develop website for Holocaust museum

Howland graduate creates art for rehab center

Girl Scouts of North East Ohio to honor teen with scholarship

Girl Scout creates art piece for Children’s Rehabilitation Center of Warren

Columbiana student scores high on ACT

Jared Wilson, a Columbiana H.S. sophomore, recognized at ceremony

Mathews schools get $25,000 grant

Mathews will build land lab with $25,000 grant

Hiram is among top colleges

National publications list Hiram among nation’s top colleges

YSU early childhood education program honored

List ranks YSU program 37th in the country

State lawmaker prepares alternative plan; Youngstown board members get subpoenas

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State Sen. Joe Schiavoni’s plan would offer state-paid universal preschool, define quality choice

Moms welcomed with muffins

Discovery at Kirkmere students welcome important women to event

Muffins welcome moms to Kirkmere


CORRECTION In an article on page A9 of Monday’s Vindicator, David Stout should have been referred

YSU honors students welcomed

YSU honors students pass torch to incoming honors students

Grove City campaign hits record

Grove City College campaign raises record $95 million

Centennial Celebration honors Sister Jerome

Sister Jerome Corcoran will be honored next month with a Centennial Celebration

Great Greek life at Westminster

Westminster College ranked 11th of 50 Best Colleges for Greek Life

YSU offices relocated

Many YSU offices relocate during the summer

Eastern Gateway will use Choffin space

EGCC will launching welding program, machining lab at Choffin

College program zeros in on Youngstown and Warren students

School chiefs applaud program’s results

MVCAP has focused on Youngstown and Warren City School students

Chaney students dance in D.C.

Chaney students strut their stuff at prestigious institute

Nine Chaney visual and performing arts students earned scholarships to the Dance Institute of Washington

YEC NHS raises $500 for Veterans Resource Center

YEC NHS raises $500 for Veterans Resource Center YOUNGSTOWN The 2014-15 National Honor Society

No tests required for Walsh admission

Walsh University offers Test Optional Admissions Policy

Association honors YSU’s David Stout

YSU accounting chairman wins 2015 Outstanding Accounting Educator Award

YSU lecturer to talk Harry Potter

YSU lecture will focus on Harry Potter

Several meetings preceded Youngstown Plan after governor's urging

Educators, clergy, executives helped shape local plan to save schools

Girts case continues to haunt family, courts; new trial possible

The case of Poland native Robert Girts, accused in the 1992 death of his third wife, continues

Youngstown Plan goes to court Sept. 29

Sept. 29 is the hearing on preliminary injunction in Youngstown Plan lawsuit

Health insurance changes will save Youngstown schools $4 million annually

Insurance change same as classified employees’

Changes to two employee unions’ health insurance will save Youngstown Schools $4 million annually

Ohio Nonviolence Week is Oct. 4 through Oct. 10

Mahoning Valley Sojourn to the Past, other groups plan fifth nonviolence parade and rally Oct. 4

Sept. 26 is robotics challenge

2015 Mahoning Valley Robotics Challenge is Sept. 26

YSU PT students see 100 percent exam passage

All 23 YSU physical therapy doctorate recipients passes national exam on the first try

YSU nursing program gets grant

Nursing grant will help YSU program expand

Award covers cost of summer research

Westminster professor, student research chemotherapy drugs

Thiel College adds filmmaker to faculty

Mercer County native/filmmaker joins Thiel College faculty

About $2.2 million trimmed from city school salary expenses

About $2 million was reduced from city school salary expenses through attrition

Canton Chamber has taken no action regarding Youngstown lawsuit

Canton Chamber VP says that organization has taken no action regarding the Youngstown lawsuit

Huntington Bank, United Way fill bus with school supplies

School supplies to be distributed to students throughout Mahoning and Shenango valleys

School supplies to be distributed to children in need

UPDATE | More oppose Youngstown Plan but not Canton Chamber

Speakers express additional concerns at school board meeting

Several speakers voiced opposition to the Youngstown Plan

Smooth start to school year

School districts report smooth start

Winning streak continues for YSU MathFest Team

YSU MathFest team earns five more excellence awards

1990s trio to open Westminster series

Wilson Phillips, the 1990s vocal trio, will open Westminster College Celebrity Series

Saturday is Meet the Marching Pride celebration

YSU Marching Pride will perform at Saturday celebration

YSU Welcome Week continues

Students build penguins, bounce on trampoline at YSU Welcome Week

Registration still open at EGCC

Fast-track registration is today

Lawsuit seeks to have Youngstown Plan declared unconstitutional

The city school board, teachers union and classified employees union want Youngstown plan declared unconstitutional


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