Thousands of kids go through Easter Bunny Lane during the Easter season.
The district will still have to cut spending or raise more revenues, says the chairman of its fiscal oversight commission.
The savings amounts to around $160,000, said the township administrator.
Building the robot also builds an interest in engineering
An officer has specialized training in tractor-trailer violations.
The Blanket Club is a creative way to teach girls how to interact with one another.
An engineering firm is designing Phase I of a three-phase improvement project.
Mayor Jim Melfi says the development is first on his wish list for 2014.
Patricia Rowe’s mother went missing in 1996. Her DNA matched a woman who was found dead later that year.
The old apartment building foundations will be filled and seeded with grass, said Township Administrator Pat Ungaro.
The band performs holiday favorites every year, but this year, there was a new ring to the music.
Resting on their mom, Noelle Coggins, while listening to a story at Hubbard Public Library's Babies Read program are Ashton, 3, and Christian, 23 months.
Simeon Booker Jr., a nationally prominent journalist who was honored Saturday at Youngstown State University, greets Cameron Stewart, with whom he grew up in Youngstown. With them is Stewart’s daughter, Marthella Allen, and Booker’s son, Teddy.
Senior Cara Minnie takes the top spot in Cardinal Mooney High School cheerleaders' formation during a pep rally Thursday at the school as part of the send-off for the football team, which is leaving this morning for the Division IV state championship game against Clinton-Massie at 3 p.m. today at Paul Brown Tiger Stadium in Massillon.
If the school board approves asking voters for a levy, it would likely be on the ballot next fall.
The high school teacher had been charged with conveyance or possession of a deadly weapon on school property, but pleaded guilty to a lesser offense.
Fiscal officer John Fusco is the longest-running elected official in the township, he said.
Walking and biking is a great way for kids to stay fit, says the organizer of Hubbard’s walk-to-school event.
The head of the Liberty schools fiscal oversight commission says a levy would be a hard sell, but the district needs to try.
From the time the sirens went off until the search dogs found the missing students, rescue crews had Hubbard High School covered.
Police are investigating reported fund thefts involving funeral homes in Girard and Niles.
Girard Intermediate School fifth graders Brooke Kennedy, left, and Kayley McConnell shoot off a bottle rocket Thursday during a regular meeting of the Bottle Rocket Club.
The plow will handle several highways in Mahoning County and travel down State Route 11 into Columbiana County.
The trustees and township administrator said they would be able to get more grants if the township has match money.
Three hundred people will celebrate the school’s 100th year.
The school board unanimously approved the loan.
The founders of an animal shelter in Girard are determined to find homes for the cast-off creatures — mostly cats — in their care.
The state only gives out 10 revitalization grants a year, said Mayor Jim Melfi.
Hubbard, Hubbard Township and Brookfield heard the results Wednesday of a study on consolidating their police forces.
The idea for the consolidation comes from the Ohio Supreme Court, which believes it is a good idea.
A Struthers detective says the Mahoning County prosecutor will hear the case soon.
Those at Thursday night vigil remember Teddy as quiet, caring.
The sergeant is accused of showing his private parts to a 12-year-old girl.
A former president of the Struthers Little Wildcats football league has pleaded not guilty to stealing $2,500 from the organization.
There will be a public hearing Monday on the traffic study and 4-way stop signs.
Ty Cook, 14, and his parents, Shawn and Angela, relax at home. Ty, who had a brain tumor removed in September, is feeling better and resting in preparation for nine months of chemotherapy ahead.
The five-member full-time department is short one person now because a firefighter is on an extended sick leave, administrators said.
If council drops benefits, it would start with members who win seats in 2013.
Down a country road and tucked away in a private community near the Ohio-Pennsylvania border, a world of shopping awaits.
A township that fought a halfway house development four years ago will consider zoning as Marcellus Shale gas-well development advances.
The PTA has set the stage to help kids spend their Christmas shopping dollars wisely.
The sheriff's budget, right now, will not allow for hiring additional deputies and fully reopening the main jail.
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