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.
Some board members expressed reservations about the blizzard bags
He faces several charges
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.
By ELISE McKEOWN SKOLNICK firstname.lastname@example.org YOUNGSTOWN A tiny West Side yard was transformed
By ELISE McKEOWN SKOLNICK email@example.com BOARDMAN At its meeting Monday, the Boardman school
By ELISE McKEOWN SKOLNICK firstname.lastname@example.org BOARDMAN Schools Superintendent Frank Lazzeri
By ELISE McKEOWN SKOLNICK email@example.com AUSTINTOWN While cars rushed by on Mahoning Avenue, a
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.
West Boulevard Elementary is the winner of the Ohio Association of Elementary School Administrators’ 2011 Hall of Fame school recognition award.
More than 100 area young people crowded into the downtown YMCA. They fortified themselves with fruit and cereal, collected “Live United” T-shirts and then scattered to various nonprofit organizations.
The school district’s finances will be considerably stretched next school year, due in part to Gov. John Kasich’s proposed budget, treasurer Richard Santilli told school board members.
Area groups got together to plant a seed at Fellows Riverside Gardens. But it wasn’t a flower seed.
Daniel Lozano and his daughter, Emma, 5, of Austintown embrace as the parade begins along Market Street Sunday afternoon.
The possible implementation of a random drug- testing program for students involved in school-district extracurricular activities prompted questions from parents.
Warmer weather and melting snow have many thinking about gardens and home improvements.
Vendors filling the Chestnut Room of Youngstown State University’s Kilcawley Center aimed to give community members access to products they can’t find elsewhere.
Candles and flowers lining the entryway set the mood for brides-to-be.
Music blared, creating a partylike atmosphere for the people filling the Quaker Steak and Lube parking lot. Many held umbrellas as rain, rather than snow, fell.
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YOUNGSTOWN — Before Haiti physically rebuilds, the country needs a vision of what it should be, a
The goal is to teach the skills necessary to produce food in sustainable ways. NORTH LIMA — As
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The Covelli Centre and MetroPlex provided venues for vendors and services. Some brides plan
The air temperature hovered around 24 degrees, the water temperature was near freezing and
YOUNGSTOWN — A nearly 40-year-old organization has joined forces with the Mahoning Valley Organizing
Coat donations are fairly common, but hat donations are welcome, too. YOUNGSTOWN — Since
Some attendees come year after year to find one-of-a-kind gifts by local artisans. YOUNGSTOWN
The annual national writing contest is designed to promote Irish heritage. HERMITAGE, Pa. — A
A capital campaign will help finance the move. YOUNGSTOWN — The Children’s Center for
The group’s main focus is reducing crime in the Newport area. YOUNGSTOWN — Neighbors are
YOUNGSTOWN — Neighbors are coming together to make a difference in the Newport area of the city.
Workshop helps others understand traditions The traditions preserve the culture of Polish-
YOUNGSTOWN — Hundreds of cheerleaders and dancers jumped, cheered and danced their way to exceeding
Smoke rings and hissing cockroaches were the order of the day. YOUNGSTOWN — Science can be
The congregation makes donations and seeks outside donors for the festival. AUSTINTOWN— A
The club would be volunteers who would help throughout the area. YOUNGSTOWN — Warriors Inc. is