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Christina Aguilera could learn a thing or two from fifth graders at Frank Ohl Intermediate School.
Gov. John Kasich and Ohio Republicans continue to face opposition from unionized public workers.
By kristine gill firstname.lastname@example.org austintown Coordinators of Austintown’s Safe and Drug-Free
More than 75 people attended Wednesday night’s board of education meeting to hear what board members and the superintendent had to say about 25 layoffs announced Friday.
Teacher Sarah Siao shows students how to write two Chinese characters on the board. Canfield is one of many school districts that have added Chinese to its foreign language program in recent years.
All the details of a local couple’s wedding are up for vote in the coming months.
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Just three weeks into the semester, freshman Dominique Farve has likely created the design Canfield High School students will wear across their chests this year.
Members of Youngstown State University sororities and fraternities gathered Monday evening to remember Jamail Johnson and those wounded in weekend shootings near campus.
Adrien German calls the paralyzing gunshot to his head 20 years ago the best thing that ever happened to him.
A national junk-removal business is looking for someone from the area to head a franchise in the city.
Youngstown State University is teaming up with Delphi Automotive through a $1 million state grant to improve technology for electric and hybrid vehicles.
Breakfast time was a noisy affair for local Rotarians who recently completed a mission trip to an orphanage in South America.
Paul Kroll, 6, of Diamond finishes his milkshake Saturday afternoon at Young’s Restaurant.
By kristine gill email@example.com poland More than 40,000 votes had been tallied as of Monday
School board members, administrators and teachers posed for photos with special guests at the first board meeting of the new year.
Flynn’s Tire & Auto Service’s location at 655 Mahoning Ave. has closed.
School board members were updated on the progress in the district’s participation in the Race to The Top program.
When Thomas Solich sits at a Kawai piano and dances his fingers across its keys, an almost tangible energy surrounds him.
Teachers union President Cheryl McGrath admits she’s probably not the most-popular person in Canfield schools these days.
Local school districts have received grants from the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency to improve school buses.
A local phone center announced it is looking to hire 200 Valley workers to aid its growing clientele base.
Tricia Kren and her fiance Troy Litwiler are in the running to win an “I Love Lucy”-themed wedding courtesy of Media One Bridal in Jamestown, N.Y.
Township trustees approved a resolution Monday to deny Go Go Girls Cabaret its annual liquor-permit renewal.
Santa representative Howard Huffman loads gifts into his bag at his home in Hubbard. Huffman had his suit specially made to fill the role of one of Santa’s official helpers.
Ten-year-old Kayla Clark won’t see her father for Christmas or New Year’s. But a digital Geoff Clark was there for his daughter’s birthday Monday.
School wasn’t moving fast enough for Nate Masterson. The Fitch High School sophomore enrolled in the new alternative-school program so he could learn at his own pace.
The Christmas stockings decorating Kathy Wetzl’s third-grade classroom saw a rare juxtaposition last week as students learned about Hanukkah.
Cafeteria workers at Austintown Middle School don’t want to exchange gifts anymore — but not because they don’t like one another.
Natalia Novicky doesn’t remember much Ukranian, but she still has her accent.
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Idaho Road residents aren’t thrilled about the new project that will open their dead-end street to a flow of school traffic.
New 3-D renderings of one of two buildings slated to begin construction at the end of the school year were revealed after Monday’s school board meeting.
Ursuline students, staff cheer on their football team to today’s state championship game By
The Rev. Gerardo Hernandez, a visiting priest to St. Rosa de Lima Church in Campbell, prays with paraplegic Felix Rivera and his wife, Lourdes, in their home. Mission of Love is helping to build an addition to their house.
Flynn’s Tire & Auto Service store manager Tom Schadl has two words for anyone looking to winterize their car this season: snow tires.
Greg and Maggie Bayne, of Austintown, look at a new refrigerator at Best Buy in Boardman. Greg, an employee at General Motors, said his economic situation is improving, adding he has had only three days off in the last month and a half. “I don’t do black Friday; its gotten too ridiculous,” he said.
Are you a Bucketfiller or a Bucketdipper? Students at Lloyd Elementary are striving for the former.
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By Kristine Gill email@example.com austintown Valley teens have a new online resource available
By kristine Gill firstname.lastname@example.org canfield The robots in Dave Izzo’s class take a daily
Jackson-Milton freshman Madison Tomaino offers fourth-graders Marissa Jonesco, left, and Rose Pallota an interactive lesson on Edgar Allan Poe's 19th-century classic poem, 'The Raven.'
By kristine gill email@example.com youngstown Seventeen years ago, Dr. Rashid Abdu’s wife died
By kristine gill firstname.lastname@example.org austintown Lack of interest in the old Austintown Middle
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By Kristine Gill firstname.lastname@example.org Austintown Fifth-grader Lexi Stubbs didn’t have to look far