He faces several charges
This time of year, Alan Eggleston’s backyard should look like a freeway for honey bees. “They should be rocketing out toward the neighbors’ yards,” said the Cortland resident and beekeeper.
Five teaching positions will be reinstated because of an increase in open-enrollment students.
School officials are waiting for the ground to dry before installing four classroom trailers behind Frank Ohl Intermediate School and Watson Elementary.
By kristine gill email@example.com youngstown The first time he heard the French horn, Bill
By kristine gill firstname.lastname@example.org boardman Parents snapped pictures and marvelled at an array
Lloyd Elementary kindergartners in Robin Speece’s class were rewarded for reading by a special guest.
School board members met in executive session Tuesday to discuss some tough decisions they’re facing.
Fitch High School varsity and junior varsity baseball teams have forfeited the games two ineligible players participated in since the beginning of the season.
Oh Wow! The Roger & Gloria Jones Children’s Center for Science & Technology officially opens Thursday, but 18 groups of students already have come through its doors in the last three weeks to try out the activities and make suggestions.
School board members will meet Tuesday to discuss the effects of this month’s defeat of a 6.8-mill additional operating levy.
By kristine gill email@example.com canfield Students participating in the 31st annual Civics Day
At 14, Canfield Village Middle School student Lexi Zoldan is the same age Holocaust survivor Agi Geva was when the Nazis took her to Auschwitz.
Monday marked Bus Driver Appreciation Day in Ohio to recognize those who safely transport thousands of students daily to and from school.
Having just graduated with his bachelor’s degree in history, an eager Hugh Earnhart expected swift hiring at the Truman Presidential Library in Independence, Mo.
Tracey Singiser, right, died from brain cancer in 2009 after a battle with breast cancer. Now her daughter, Kim Singiser, center, is trying to raise money to participate in the Susan G. Komen 3-Day for the Cure event in Philadelphia Oct. 14-16. Jen Callahan, left, Tracey's step-daughter and Kim's half-sister, walked in the three-day event last year.
By kristine Gill firstname.lastname@example.org Turkey season opened to Ohio hunters April 18 with a new game-
By Kristine Gill email@example.com canfield Canfield city is celebrating its 30th year of
Members of the school board cited “financial difficulties” Monday in eliminating 12 full-time teaching positions, nine full-time nonteaching employees, and 16 part-time nonteaching positions.
By kristine Gill firstname.lastname@example.org columbiana More than 60 years have passed since George
City council approved upgrading traffic-control devices at five city intersections.
Growing up in Cortland, Bruce Williams rode his first homemade motorcycle through the woods.
Area state parks received grants this year for marine patrols through the Ohio Department of Natural Resources Division of Watercraft.
In this Vindicator file photo from June 15, 1977, George Panno, former Youngstown fire chief, and Ann Harris, a Youngstown State University professor, survey the hole that was left after an abandoned mine collapsed under a West Hylda Avenue home on Youngstown’s South Side. The garage was situated directly above the mine shaft, which left a hole more than 100 feet deep.
By Kristine gill email@example.com austintown Relatives are challenging a OHSAA ruling that
Valley schools carry on learning journeys to DC By kristine gill firstname.lastname@example.org canfield
By kristine gill email@example.com canfield The board of education voted to add a renewal levy
Dave Millich, left, president of the Mahoning Valley Corvettes club, stands near his 2010 Corvette Grand Sport on display at Quaker Steak & Lube in Austintown. His 1984 Fitch High School classmate Rob Bowman, right, has a 1967 Chevy Chevelle on display at the restaurant.
Competition will be steep and the application process thorough for 18 positions as county wildlife officers in the state.
Columbiana County hunters donated 95 deer totaling 4,700 pounds of meat to feed the hungry this year as part of Farmers and Hunters Feeding the Hungry.
He may not be a native English speaker, but Kevin Sierra is fluent in baseball.
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Two Howland High School graduates dusted off their old board game idea to make a successful smartphone app called GameFace, now available through iTunes.
By Kristine Gill email@example.com youngstown More than 60 parents either vented their
By kristine gill firstname.lastname@example.org youngstown Just six of 28 suspects — many of them Youngstown
Austintown teachers will receive a 1 percent salary increase for 2010-11 and a pay freeze for 2011-12 under a two-year contract extension.
It’s obvious at first glance that Robin Rockney’s chalk pastel is a self-portrait.
Ohio bats are happily hibernating, but a fatal syndrome targeting the winged mammals could soon strike.
Education and not punishment could be the solution to bullying for Austintown schools.
By Kristine gill email@example.com youngstown Three people, including the driver of a Vindicator
It took creativity for Fitch High School senior Amber Henik to depict “disintegration of the oceanic environment” in her latest ceramic piece.
Austintown schools will purchase a vacant lot on Idaho Road to improve traffic flow and make room for two new buildings as part of the district’s $50 million construction project.
Debbie Haverstock sees golden arches in her future. “I’m going to follow some dreams,” said the Youngstown native and math teacher at Canfield Village Middle School.
School administrators fielded questions from more than 125 people at the first of four public forums regarding the Canfield Schools levy.
In just six weeks, the Austintown robotics club designed and built a 120-pound robot to send to competition.
A trooper from the Canfield post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol has entered a diversion program after his January arrest at a Cleveland Browns game.
By kristine gill firstname.lastname@example.org canfield School officials say voters must pass the district’s
Soft-spoken and articulate at 56, Joe Curry remembers a time when stuttering plagued his speech.
Asbestos abatement for the former Austintown Middle School building will cost $225,000, a quarter of the expected price, should the district opt to improve the structure.
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