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Former MCESC instructional consultant helps to lead Lowellville schools

This year is the first for the position of assistant principal at the Lowellville K-12 School.


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Lowellville coach starts running series in Youngstown

The cost is $35 for the series, or $12 per race.


Struthers day care renovates, updates facilities

Tiny Tots opened in Struthers in 1971.


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New playground equipment installed at Mauthe Park

The city’s share of the $26,000 project was 25 percent, or $6,500.


Campbell cops fighting crime on foot

Officer Rob Vukovich of the Campbell Police Department looks through the front window of the Campbell Party Shop on 12th Street while working foot patrol in the city. The police department has taken to the streets to combat the thefts and break-ins that have plagued several of the city’s neighborhoods lately.


Vindy reporter gets hands dirty, steer clean

Emmalee Torisk succeeded in her task without getting her foot broken. See below


Family carries on popcorn tradition at Canfield Fair

By EMMALEE C. TORISK etorisk@vindy.com CANFIELD Each of Peggy and Harry Potts’ visits to the


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W. Reserve senior, Ohio State freshman crowned king, queen

168th canfield fair

Barely a half-hour before, the 17-year-old had been crowned as this year’s 4-H Club king on the Canfield Fair’s Concourse Stage during the annual Junior Fair Youth Day Program. He still couldn’t believe his luck.


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Concessionaires serve up extraordinary fare

Each year, hundreds of concessionaires flock to and fill the Canfield Fair’s 178 acres of midway.


Canfield Fair pigs protected from swine virus hitting U.S.

4-H pigs “Kristina,” left, and “Angela” cool off after a long day of judging at Canfield Fairgrounds Thursday. Nothing has changed at the fair for pig owners, despite a recent pig virus that has killed an estimated 8 million piglets across the U.S. Fair officials said precautions were taken to prevent any exposure to fair swine.


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