By Elise Franco firstname.lastname@example.org Canfield Canfield High School is teeming with talented
A visit by the Easter Bunny had Lloyd Elementary students hopping with excitement.
By Elise Franco email@example.com Austintown Felony kidnapping and assault charges against
By Elise Franco firstname.lastname@example.org Austintown Austintown homeowners could see a decrease in the
A night that began with a toast to the memory of a murdered Chardon High School friend escalated into a beating of another 19-year-old friend.
An annual fundraising event at Austintown Fitch High School is more important each year than its last as the number of residents in need of assistance continues to rise.
By Elise Franco email@example.com Austintown A former township employee will fill the fiscal-
The city will have to spend more than $7 million to stop the flooding issues that have plagued some residents for more than 10 years.
A honey bee checks out the ﬂowers on a cherry tree that is in full bloom at Fellows Riverside Gardens in Mill Creek MetroParks. The park's ﬂowers have blossomed a month earlier than they would normally because of the unusually warm weather over the past two months, the park's horticulture director said.
By Elise Franco firstname.lastname@example.org Canfield Some Canfield High School students learned first-
Michael and Anthony Ross exemplify excellence in Canfield School District and will carry that with them to the United States Military Academy at West Point.
Nikki Mehle knew before she entered grade school that she wanted to paint, and her determination to become an artist has never wavered.
By Elise Franco email@example.com Austintown The Austintown Local School District is ready to
By Elise Franco firstname.lastname@example.org Austintown A new agreement between Penn National Gaming Inc.
By Elise Franco email@example.com Ellsworth For nearly two decades, Joyce Vitikas has
By Elise Franco firstname.lastname@example.org Austintown Austintown Middle School is leading the pack in
Students at Hilltop Elementary are spending the week playing with science.
By Elise Franco email@example.com Austintown A driving simulator put Austintown Fitch
By Elise Franco firstname.lastname@example.org Poland Poland Local Schools could face major changes after
By Elise Franco email@example.com Youngstown Mill Creek MetroParks staff has taken a vested
By Elise Franco firstname.lastname@example.org Canfield The Canfield Local School District has $75,000 to
By Elise Franco email@example.com Austintown The Austintown School District is rolling out a
Watson Elementary School teachers took pies in the face to show solidarity with students who raised money to fight cancer.
By Elise Franco firstname.lastname@example.org Austintown Township trustees shared a letter touting the
By Elise Franco email@example.com Canfield The next phase of the Western Reserve Road widening
As James Mullarkey moved up the ranks in Boy Scout Troop 115, an idea for the perfect Eagle Scout project began to take shape.
Mahoning County Prosecutor Paul Gains said his opponent Jay Macejko has changed since leaving the county prosecutor’s office.
Aizeya Mattocks was at least given a fighting chance to survive thanks to cafeteria staff who stepped in quickly to perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation, a medical official said.
By Elise Franco firstname.lastname@example.org Austintown Ground will be broken before the end of this
After nearly 72 years, Niles couple remain true valentines
By Elise Franco email@example.com Youngstown The shot that killed Stacey Sutera was fired
Ashtabula County authorities converge on the Alexander Harper Cemetery in Unionville Thursday where they discovered the body of Robert P. McLaughlin, 64. Officials said McLaughlin, who was sought in Wednesday's murder of Stacey Sutera, 40, of Canfield, died of an apparent suicide.
Officers from Canfield Police Department, Mahoning Valley Homicide Task Force and the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investigation were at Carriage Hill Apartments Wednesday after Stacey Sutera, a 40-year-old teacher, was shot and killed there around 7 a.m. as she got into her car. Police have issued an aggravated-murder warrant for Robert McLaughlin, 64, of Painesville, described as ex-military and armed and dangerous.
Cpl. James R. Ball was the only man of his kind to grace the halls of Beaver Township Police Department.
Ashley Wallace is putting her class of third-graders ahead of the curve, as they test the incorporation of tablet devices in their everyday lessons.
By Elise Franco firstname.lastname@example.org Austintown The township police chief wants to continue
Staff report Austintown Providing optional dental care to elementary students is part of the
By Elise Franco email@example.com Austintown A strategic plan is necessary to ensure the
By Elise Franco firstname.lastname@example.org Youngstown Mill Creek MetroParks employees are working to
Mike Zoccali, a seventh-grade teacher in social studies at Austintown Middle School, created a scholarship in his father’s name in 2007. His father, Anthony Zoccali, was an educator in Austintown for 30 years and died in 1999.
By Elise Franco email@example.com Canfield New traffic signals will give Canfield safety
The township police department’s two most recent homicide cases are also its first to remain unsolved in a decade.
Weekly classes for local seniors prove that folks don’t have to be young to be computer savvy.
Staff report Austintown A former township employee will fill the unexpired fiscal-officer
It’s only fitting that the Harry Burt Building, with its rich local history, is home to the new Tyler Mahoning Valley History Center, the historical society’s executive director said.
An 18-year-old Canfield man is charged with felonious assault after he put one bullet into a gun and fired it until the bullet discharged, in what he called an attempt to scare his friend.
By Elise Franco Efranco@vindy.com CAnfield The public is speaking up about what direction it
By Elise Franco firstname.lastname@example.org Austintown A delay in paperwork from local school districts
By Elise Franco email@example.com Austintown The trustees hope to temporarily fill the vacant
As the old saying goes, “An apple a day keeps the doctor away,” but for many young children it could also mean the beginning of a healthier lifestyle.