This year is the first for the position of assistant principal at the Lowellville K-12 School.
The cost is $35 for the series, or $12 per race.
Tiny Tots opened in Struthers in 1971.
The city’s share of the $26,000 project was 25 percent, or $6,500.
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.
Emmalee Torisk succeeded in her task without getting her foot broken. See below
By EMMALEE C. TORISK email@example.com CANFIELD Each of Peggy and Harry Potts’ visits to the
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.
Each year, hundreds of concessionaires flock to and fill the Canfield Fair’s 178 acres of midway.
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.
Detective Ray Greenwood's personnel file contains several letters of commendation
Before Eugene “Geno” M. Thomas applied for the position of Lowellville Local Schools superintendent, he drove to the village, just to see what he was getting into.
Kevina Koval has a tumor on her optic nerve
The group's first meeting will take place at Lowellville City Hall, 140 E. Liberty St., on Aug. 31.
Stepping outside of Calle Doce often leads to a sudden, and rather unfortunate, jolt back to reality.
Gil and Doris Frank met nearly 70 years ago at a local bowling alley, sparking a love and marriage — and joint hobby — that have stood the test of time. On most Wednesdays and Fridays in the summer, the two bowl three games at Holiday Bowl on Youngstown-Poland Road in Struthers.
Bond for Roy Cleary, 40, was set at more than half a million dollars.
He led by example said his high school varsity coach
The Carmen Mico Orchestra was an area staple from its formation in 1980 until its last show in 2011. It boasted the complete instrumentation needed for an authentic big band sound.
The school board also hired three new teachers at its regular meeting Tuesday.
Pietro Lombardi of Brookfield takes aim while playing bocce at the Mount Carmel Society Festival in Lowellville on Wednesday. The festival, now in its 119th year, opened at 6 p.m. Wednesday and will run through Saturday.
This year’s festival will take place from July 16 to July 19.
The technology upgrades will be paid for with permanent improvement funds, which came from the sale of mineral rights, and not with general fund dollars.
The $150,000 project was fully funded through both the Ohio Development Services Agency’s community development block grant program and the city’s Revolving Loan Fund.
The parade will start at noon Friday from the Fifth Street Plaza.
For his senior capstone project, 18-year-old Nick Frank, who graduated from Lowellville High School earlier this month, composed a piece of music that was performed by his school’s concert band. With him is Bob Antonucci, Lowellville’s band teacher and a mentor for Frank’s project.
The Corner Discount Outlet is located at 563 Fifth St. in Struthers.
Sign-ups for the bike run will begin at 10 a.m. on June 29.
The Ohio Department of Education's investigation into Campbell City Schools has been closed.
Dell's Cafe d'Italia, located at 14 State St., is open Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., and on Fridays and Saturdays from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.
The Lowellville Fire Department's cadet program will be open to local students who are 16 and older and interested in learning more about firefighting.
Since coming to Campbell Elementary School in 2005, Robert M. Walls has brought with him more than $2 million in grants and programs.
Work on the mural will begin in August and should be completed within about two weeks.
The chalk mandala took about three hours to draw on Thursday.
The Taste of Struthers event, hosted by the Struthers Rotary Community Corps, will be from 6 to 10 p.m. May 29 at St. Nicholas Great Hall, 762 Fifth St. in Struthers.
Police say the situation stemmed from a dispute over a car.
The associate dean of the STEM College believes Jim Tressel can accomplish more at YSU than at the University of Akron
Lowellville is hosting its first Safety Day from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. next Saturday in the gymnasium of Lowellville K-12 School, 52 Rocket Place. Police Capt. Stacy Karis, above, who is the district’s school-resource officer, notes that the event coincides with Bike Helmet Safety Week, which is May 9-18.
Non-classified, full-time city employees received 2 percent increases to their base salaries, retroactive Jan. 1.
Johnathan Morris, a sixth-grader at Struthers Middle School, placed seventh in the statewide geography bee, and Pranav Padmanabhan, an eighth-grader at Boardman Glenwood Middle School, placed third.
The auction is set for June 19 at Highland Avenue School in Struthers.
Jim Dill is commander of VFW Post 3538 at 157 Lowellville Road in Struthers. Though it has experienced dwindling membership in recent years, the post has survived and is celebrating its 75th anniversary this month.
By EMMALEE C. TORISK firstname.lastname@example.org STRUTHERS With at least two new businesses set to open
The Lowellville/Hillsville Charitable Foundation, which oversees trail maintenance, has about $11,000 remaining, but repairs are estimated at $300,000.
Struthers Mayor Terry Stocker, left, and Ed Wildes, safety-service director, stand near a condemned house on Creed Street that they hope to demolish. Since 2008, when both took office, the city has demolished about 90 homes.
Council recently amended the city's residential and commercial property maintenance codes
The Iron Soup Historical Preservation Company will have a booth at Four Seasons Flea and Farm Market through April.
Sara B. Chase, a preservation consultant, surveys the water-damaged period dining room at the Arms Family Museum of Local History. Several rooms in the museum, located at 648 Wick Ave. in Youngstown, were damaged after a copper water pipe in a second-floor wall burst Jan. 8, but none were harmed as severely as the first-floor dining room.
Jerry Schromofsky and his dog, Missy, walk in Mill Creek Park on Tuesday. Schromofsky, who lives in Youngstown, said he walks for exercise several days a week and also regularly works out at a gym.
Beginning this fall, the district will provide STEM infusion in the elementary school, as well as offer specialized classes in the middle school.