A misdemeanor drug charge was dismissed at a Boardman court hearing Thursday for 45-year-old Frank Consiglio.
When Vince Cappitte started to grow his pumpkin for this year’s pumpkin weigh-off the Park’s Garden Center he knew he wanted to go big, and next year he is ready to go even bigger.
Residents within the vicinity of the former Austintown elementary schools may be concerned why two of the schools are still standing, but Mal Culp, supervisor of facilities and operations, said everything with the demolition is going well.
Dominic Baragona, left, leads the scare family and crew presenting the Canfield Scaregrounds, with Josh Schmidt, Scott Genora, Ken Beckett and Baragona’s daughter, Tara Stitle.
Irene Consiglio, 46, of Canfield, a special-education teacher for Poland schools, wears Mahoning County jail coveralls, handcuffs and chains as she is arraigned in Boardman court Thursday evening.
Superintendent says first month has gone well for the students and teachers at both schools
Now, the banana tree growing is in full-swing, making Norman’s home hidden by a tropical paradise of at most 30, 15 to 20-foot banana trees and a range of other tropical plants, including gladiolus and elephant ears. The visible paradise has caused many neighbors and passers-by to ask questions.
Austintown school board members and Superintendent Vince Colaluca thanked all of the teachers, staff and community at a Tuesday evening meeting for the help and support the district received with the opening of two new buildings and closing of four others this school year.
Austintown and Boardman townships are rezoning multiple neighborhoods in hopes of preventing any duplexes or multiplexes from moving in.
He faces several charges
Business owners have mixed feelings about the $5.4 million project
This is the 10th year Fred Marcum, an Austintown firefighter, has put together a 9/11 ceremony for every one in the Valley to come out to and show their support for those who gave their lives that day.
Two New York firefighters who fought in the aftermath of 9/11 will be speaking at the Austintown Sept. 11 Memorial Park
From the moment his former elementary school principal asked to shoot baskets with him, David Janofa knew he wanted to be an education administrator.
Canfield motorists will have to deal with some possible traffic delays with multiple new road projects beginning at the same time.
Taylor Casanta, 12, and J.R. get a little help from Mom Jennifer as they enter the Pleasure Versatility Class at the 4H horse show Saturday at the Canfield Fair.
The fruit stand's founder was honored in 1996 for selling fresh produce at the annual event for 50 years.
Special guests help cut Canfield Fair ribbon
Vindicator reporter Kalea Hall tries her hand at cooking french fries at a Molnar’s stand at the Canfield Fair. Molnar’s has 12 concession stands, and has been at the fair for 45 years.
Margie Brady of the Original Philly Cheese Steak gets her concession stand ready for the opening of the 167th Canfield Fair today. She and other vendors spent Tuesday preparing for the six-day fair, which ends Labor Day.
With the excessive rain, especially in June and July, and cool temperatures, this summer has given area farmers a more difficult time than last year’s drought.
Tippecanoe Estates needs new catch basins
The new schools are set to open Sept. 4, and will be functional, despite some community concern of them not being ready, Superintendent Vince Colaluca said.
Last week, port-o-johns, trash cans and picnic tables were all tipped over, and the concession stand was ransacked, leaving the parents and leaders of the team who raise money to run the program with nothing. Everything from Slim Jim’s beef jerky to a medical bag with a blood pressure machine and stethoscope were taken, leaving the organization leaders to question what to do to prevent this from happening again.
The Mill Creek MetroParks’ Fellows Riverside Gardens keeps on growing and getting closer to the master plan developed by the parks board and friends
The superintendent is confident the traffic plan will be able to safely get parents and buses in and out.
Chris Berni, new head principal at Austintown Fitch High School, is ‘a hometown guy’
The new K-2 and 3-5 buildings will open on Sept. 4 as expected.
Traffic congestion is heavy along U.S. Route 224 at Interstate 680 because 224 has been cut down to one lane in each direction. Drivers are being told to avoid the intersection if possible. ODOT will widen the bridge over I-680, replace a culvert on 224 east of I-680 and make changes to the 224 and I-680 interchange.
Air Force Lt. Col. John Boccieri talks about the sacrifices Sgt. James Prommersberger and Lt. Charles Brown made during the Vietnam War, when they died during acts of heroism. Boccieri spoke Friday at the ground-breaking ceremony for the Veterans’ Memorial at Austintown Fitch High School’s Falcon Stadium.
School officials said the district needs additional revenue.
The Shriners’ Kelly-Miller Circus will have the elephants open the tents for adults and children at 4:30 p.m. and again at 7:30 p.m. July 29 at the Canfield Fairgrounds.
When White House Fruit Farms wanted to join in on the Farm to Fork movement last year, Debbie Pifer decided it was best to take the event in a different way.
Tim Nesnidol placed 11th in the competition in Alabama out of more than 240 competitors, the highest ranking he ever received.
McDonald Mayor Glenn Holmes asked Austintown trustees about supplying water to the racino.
Commissioners pass resolution for restructured Hazmat team
Installation of the 27 streetlights on Raccoon Road was estimated to cost $190,686.
Plans to build a new water tower in Canfield Township are being discussed in order to continue the development growth along U.S. Route 224 between Tippecanoe Road and Raccoon Road.
Council members in Canfield did not approve of an emergency ordinance to widen North Broad Street at a Wednesday meeting
Stephanie Miller, a Youngstown State University graduate, is owner of Wonderstruck Artisan Market & Classes which opened recently in Canfield. Handmade jewelry, artwork and decor are just some of the items sold at the shop.
After years of having an unsafe pick-up/drop-off area for students at the middle school, the school board approved a safer way to to get students to in and out.
Local bands will join in Nick Crescimanno’s efforts on Aug. 4 for an eight-hour music festival, “Yell for the Well,” at St. Michael’s Parish in Canfield.
Pet Haven has been burying pets for customers since the early 1980s.
Frank Micchia onated two front pages of The Vindicator — one from the end of World War I and the other from when Germany surrendered, ending World War II in Europe, to the Canfield War Vet Museum.
A 2-year-old boy died after being backed into by a vehicle at 20 Euclid Ave. in Struthers around 8:30 Monday night.
Leonard Villers of Austintown is accused of striking the ice cream truck operator
All three trustees said at their meeting on Monday that they do not support Youngstown Mayor Charles Sammarone’s wish to create a joint economic development district in the location of the racino.
In June, the couple took the message of supporting pancreatic cancer research to Washington for Pancreatic Cancer Advocacy Day
Together, John Evan and Bob McAllister are prepping for a busy summer at their two recently opened ice cream shops, BoJo’s Creamery.
Last month, the Canfield Parks, Recreation and Cemetery Board presented the title with a Tree City USA flag to Mayor William Kay.