Some board members expressed reservations about the blizzard bags
He faces several charges
By HAROLD GWIN firstname.lastname@example.org YOUNGSTOWN The Rayen Mural that graced the walls of the Rayen
By HAROLD GWIN email@example.com YOUNGSTOWN The new president of Youngstown State University’s
By HArold gwin firstname.lastname@example.org GREENFORD Gwen Spitz and her son, Hunter, are spending a month
By harold gwin email@example.com YOUNGSTOWN The city school board, citing uncertainty over
By HAROLD GWIN firstname.lastname@example.org YOUNGSTOWN Youngstown State University Trustee Harry Meshel
Cynthia E. Anderson begins her duties today as the seventh — and first female — president of Youngstown State University.
By HAROLD GWIN email@example.com STREETSBORO The young black bear that spent several days
By Peter Milliken and Harold Gwin firstname.lastname@example.org YOUNGSTOWN A judge has found Ivan Maldonado,
By HArold GWIN email@example.com YOUNGSTOWN “A lot of people think our primary purpose here is to
By HAROLD GWIN firstname.lastname@example.org YOUNGSTOWN Mallory Kimble said she’s learned a “valuable life
“Follow your passion,” Sheree Allen advised East High Schools’ graduating seniors.
By HAROLD GWIN email@example.com YOUNGSTOWN On a scale of 1 to 10, Julia Miglets pegged her
A host of dignitaries and others turned some dirt during the groundbreaking Wednesday for Harrison Commons in Smoky Hollow. From left are the Rev. John Horner; Mayor Jay Williams; Artis Gillam, former Youngstown councilman; Margaret L. Murphy, former Wick Neighbors Inc. executive director; David C. Sweet, Youngstown State University president; Councilwoman Annie Gillam, D-1st; Atty. Paul Dutton; Michele Bandy Zalatoris and and Josh Butler.
By HAROLD GWIN firstname.lastname@example.org YOUNGSTOWN “That’s a good likeness,” Pat Sweet said as she and
David C. Sweet is ending his tenure as president of Youngstown State University as of June 30. He announced his plans to retire last year. He and his wife, Pat, plan to move to Charlotte, N.C., to be close to members of their family.
By HAROLD gwin email@example.com YOUNGSTOWN The president of the Youngstown Board of Education
Board officially accepts Webb’s resignation By HAROLD GWIN firstname.lastname@example.org YOUNGSTOWN The
By Harold gwin email@example.com YOUNGSTOWN Protests, demonstrations and boycotts may be on the
Bishop George V. Murry, bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Youngstown, left, greets Mayor Jay Williams at a 99th anniversary event for St. Patrick Church in Youngstown. The church gave away doughnuts and coffee along Market Street on Monday, where Murry said the Diocesan reconfiguration plan is nearly finished.
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By HAROLD GWIN email@example.com BOARDMAN The state Academic Distress Commission appointed to
By HAROLD GWIN firstname.lastname@example.org YOUNGSTOWN Thirteen sixth-graders in the city schools have
BY harold gwin email@example.com YOUNGSTOWN The court-appointed receiver handling all of Eagle
By HAROLD GWIN firstname.lastname@example.org YOUNGSTOWN The Youngstown City School District won’t participate
By HAROLD GWIN email@example.com YOUNGSTOWN Wendy E. Webb dropped a bombshell at Tuesday’s city
By HAROLD GWIN firstname.lastname@example.org YOUNGSTOWN The new Center for Advanced Materials Analysis at
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By HAROLD GWIN firstname.lastname@example.org YOUNGSTOWN The Rev. Fred Shuttlesworth raised his four children
Sandra Scheuer, the daughter of Martin and Sarah Scheuer of Boardman, was a 20-year-old speech and therapy honor student at Kent State University in the spring of 1970.
City schools would save $1.7 million in 2010-11 By HAROLD GWIN email@example.com YOUNGSTOWN The
By HAROLD GWIN firstname.lastname@example.org youngstown Youngstown State University didn’t get a state
ACT and OGT preparation classes, a high-quality and rigorous curriculum and a transition plan from eighth to ninth grade are just some of the suggestions by East High School seniors.
By HAROLD GWIN email@example.com YOUNGSTOWN Republican senatorial candidate Rob Portman spent
By Harold Gwin firstname.lastname@example.org YOUNGSTOWN James Rhodes believes that Youngstown’s national and
By HAROLD GWIN email@example.com YOUNGSTOWN Youngstown Early College will remain in Fedor Hall on
Rich Center teacher Erin Orr works with students at The Rich Center
By HAROLD GWIN firstname.lastname@example.org YOUNGSTOWN Economic hard times forced the Buckeye Neighborhood
By HAROLD GWIN email@example.com YOUNGSTOWN Members of a committee formed to map out a transition
By harold gwin firstname.lastname@example.org YOUNGSTOWN Youngstown State University has made a commitment to
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by harold gwin firstname.lastname@example.org YOUNGSTOWN A Youngstown State University Academic Senate
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Area schools are accepting registrations for enrollment for the start of classes this fall. CCW
By harold gwin firstname.lastname@example.org YOUNGSTOWN The president of a local faith-based community
By HAROLD GWIN email@example.com YOUNGSTOWN Youngstown State University is looking at a “revenue
The commission plans to start writing a recovery plan for Youngstown in April. BOARDMAN —
ACTION wants YSU to reconsider cutting ties with Youngstown Early College. LIBERTY — The
Hundreds would improve the homes of elderly, disabled and low-income residents in Youngstown.