Seniors from Ursuline High School on Youngstown's North Side were among several Mahoning Valley schools conducting commencement ceremonies Saturday. Ursuline's took place at the historic Stambaugh Auditorium on Fifth Avenue.
Paula Cipriano, left, and fellow members of the Safe at Last rescue group, to right, Toni Iacobacci of Campbell, Carla Touville of New Middletown and Mary Louk of Boardman portray the isolation and neglect dogs chained outside endure from owners who find them easy to ignore. The event was staged to raise public awareness of the devastating effects of neglect and abuse on pets.
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By ELISE McKEOWN SKOLNICK firstname.lastname@example.org BOARDMAN At its meeting Monday, the Boardman school
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A group of parents want to know how students identified as gifted will be challenged during the next school year.
With the announcement “Let the games begin!” and the release of blue and white helium-filled balloons, the Trumbull County Special Olympics started.
The whoop of a police siren and gleeful shouts of “I see it! I see it”! announced the start of Warrior Inc.’s annual Unity in the Community parade.
Speakers, vendors and workshop presenters came together to celebrate women.