Eastern Gateway’s leader says the community college is ‘absolutely ready’ to fill the void for the
City school leaders are searching for a new partner to continue the program. YOUNGSTOWN — The
The project is the latest public/private economic-development partnership for YSU. YOUNGSTOWN
Cynthia Anderson said state funding will be based more heavily on student achievement.
Cuts have reduced counselors’ hours in elementary and middle schools. YOUNGSTOWN —
Park programs bear the brunt of reductions that net $1 million in savings; city courts could be
People, businesses and community groups will be asked to become mentors and tutors.
Half of those attending dinner will get only beans and rice and sit on the floor. NEW
Planning will begin March 1 in Boardman. YOUNGSTOWN — The Youngstown city schools must have a
The contest is designed to foster an interest in careers in civil engineering. YOUNGSTOWN —
The contents of a 1921 time capsule from The Rayen School are now on display in the Arms Family Museum of Local History on Wick Avenue. Wendy Webb, superintendent of Youngstown City Schools, was joined in visiting the display by, from right, Brandon Mosley, a senior at East High School, who was a sophomore at Rayen when the building was razed; H. William Lawson, executive director of the Mahoning Valley Historical Society, which maintains the museum; and Charles Rudibaugh, president of The Rayen Trustees.
The announcement of YSU's own Cynthia Anderson as the university's next president was met with a spontaneous standing ovation during the board of trustees meeting Wednesday evening. Nearly 500 people were in the Chestnut Room at YSU’s Kilcawley Center for the announcement.
YOUNGSTOWN — The president of the Youngstown school board has made his two appointments to the state
The four finalists include the current YSU vice president for student affairs. YOUNGSTOWN —
The board also approved $116,350 in change orders for Wilson Middle School. YOUNGSTOWN — The
YOUNGSTOWN — Mayor Jay Williams says the city’s parks and playgrounds will be open this summer, but
YOUNGSTOWN — The Ohio Department of Education will conduct a study of the Youngstown City School
YOUNGSTOWN — The city school district isn’t getting the revenue it anticipated from the four-year
The oversight commission has criticized the method used to reach the contract. YOUNGSTOWN —
YOUNGSTOWN — The Saturday snowstorm dropped varying levels of snow across Mahoning County, causing
The debate could come to a head at Thursday’s meeting of the fiscal- oversight commission.
Locally, some 7,500 students from three school districts are eligible to apply. YOUNGSTOWN —
The charge for tuition could be reduced from $290 to just $90 per credit hour. YOUNGSTOWN —
The university is moving closer to owning property it needs to build athletic fields.
Student applications for this fall are up nearly 500 from last fall. YOUNGSTOWN — Enrollment
The project will respond to direct requests from soldiers serving abroad. HUBBARD — Zack Lord
ysu president The university needs to start recruiting earlier than sixth grade, and make YSU
The district is looking for people who want to help renovate Rayen Stadium. YOUNGSTOWN — The
Science facility for kids generates excitement By HAROLD GWIN YOUNGSTOWN — The Roger & Gloria
YOUNGSTOWN — Some say that Cynthia Anderson’s heart and soul are at Youngstown State University.
Five students got a chance to be unofficial members of the Harlem Globetrotters team.
Cheryl J. Norton wants to be a part of YSU’s focus on students and community. YOUNGSTOWN —
Cheryl Norton will address a public forum on campus at 4 p.m. today. By HAROLD GWIN YOUNGSTOWN
The project links community sectors across a four-county region of the state. YOUNGSTOWN —
The major indicators bode well for the future, C. Jack Maynard said. YOUNGSTOWN — A candidate
The university is a great place for opportunities and challenges, Maynard said. YOUNGSTOWN —
YOUNGSTOWN — Only about one-third of the tri-county school districts have signed on to participate
The school board president has said the board still plans to pursue the issue. YOUNGSTOWN —
Anthony Catale, president of the Youngstown board, said the issue isn’t dead yet. YOUNGSTOWN
The Rev. Cecil Monroe said he spoke as a concerned parent with three children in the school
The commission has broad powers, including authority to fire administrators. YOUNGSTOWN — The
YOUNGSTOWN — The city school board’s fight with the state fiscal-oversight commission controlling
ysu Aaron Podolefsky, finalist for the presidency, spoke at an open forum on campus.
The UCM board did not renew Podolefsky’s contract as president. YOUNGSTOWN — Aaron
$1.9M grant aims to lessen hazards for pedestrians, traffic By HAROLD GWIN Youngstown State
The fee change will allow greater latitude on how the university can spend the money cllected.
A new board member made bids for both the president and vice-president seats. YOUNGSTOWN —
An additional 3.5 percent tuition increase is still a possibility. YOUNGSTOWN — The state may
Youngstown officials cite capital projects and rising bulk water rates as reasons. YOUNGSTOWN
ShotSpotter will help police respond quicker to reports of gunfire. YOUNGSTOWN — The city will