BOARDMAN — Vintage Estate didn’t have a long climb, but it has reached the top of the mountain of
A family in Lisbon also has ties to the quake-ravaged country. One local church’s connection
A local retired cardiologist described the people of Haiti as living in ‘quiet despair.’ The
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Father Terrence Hazel of St. Michael Church in Canfield stands beside a poster board of photographs from the Little Children of Jesus Orphanage in Lizon, Haiti, which he and his church support with donations and visits. The church has received no word yet on the conditions of the 103 severely disabled children who live at the orphanage.
Some residents are trying to gather funds to build a dog park in Boardman Township Park. Standing are Jason Fellows and Richard Fabian. Sitting and kneeling, from left to right, are Jennifer Fellows with her chocolate Labrador Roscoe, Linda Fabian with her wirehaired terrier Abbey, Vicky Loree with her Italian greyhound Luigi, Abbey Loree with her boxer Izzy and Jason Loree with his Labrador Bowie.
A lack of manpower has resulted in shutting down two police substations. BOARDMAN — The
BOARDMAN — The dwindling number of police officers and skepticism about the effectiveness of
BOARDMAN — Dispatches to the Mahoning County Emergency Management Haz-Mat Response Team will go
Boardman trustees have outlined staffing requirements for the main station and two satellite
Union officials say the department does not have enough firefighters to safely staff all three
The extra money will be reinvested in the school’s athletic department. POLAND — The Poland
Valley governments paid $137M into funds in 2008. The story in 2009 for most local governments
The 60-pound aluminum ball will drop from outside the Covelli Centre on New Year’s Eve.
Customers today are content to wear clothes off the rack, a retiring tailor says. BOARDMAN —
Students at Poland Union Elementary School packed the gymnasium for a Christmas story with a twist:
The district has until Jan. 10 to submit a revised plan. LISBON — The Ohio Department of
An area magician performed and gave away Christmas dinner to some needy families. Families at
About 40 students sang Christmas carols to the ladies of the Blackburn Home. The kindergarten
email@example.com The board of education went into executive session to discuss an investigation
YOUNGSTOWN — Ridership for the Western Reserve Transit Authority’s curb-to-curb service increased
The state patrol does not believe weather was a factor in the crash. AUSTINTOWN — A Girard
The orchestra has been preparing for the winter concert since October. BOARDMAN — Mahoning
Carol Hitchcock, owner of Home Instead Senior Care, and Santa survey a pile of gifts donated to the Be a Santa for a Senior program. The program will distribute more than 2,500 gifts to about 620 seniors.
About 25 people listened as the students quizzed them on recycling facts. There is no Planet
The Trumbull County Fire Investigations Unit is probing the blaze. NORTH BLOOMFIELD— The
The Giving Tree Project is in its seventh year. POLAND — Some elementary students are getting
Slot-like sweepstakes machines have appeared throughout Boardman. BOARDMAN — The No. 1
The three partners have vowed not to alter the Gorant recipe. BOARDMAN — Gorant Candies has
Sharing a moment before a Thanksgiving service Wednesday at Elizabeth Missionary Baptist Church in Youngstown are church members Oliver Eaton and minister Hazel Bradley.
Laura Brammer of Struthers leaves, likely for the last time, Save-A-Lot in Poland. The store is closing tonight after being in business for about four years.
POLAND — The school district treasurer will review the Poland Middle School Parent-Teacher
A mobile dentistry crew provided preventive care for elementary students. BOARDMAN— Watching
A budget miscue could bankrupt the parent-teacher group. POLAND — The Poland Middle School
Vehicles from the federal Clunkers program are hitting the recycling bin. GIRARD — Gary
The provider reached a multi-year deal with the NFL Network. The second clash between the
Sewer rates are slated to go up by year’s end, the city’s finance director said. YOUNGSTOWN —
The district will install 36 color cameras and new locks at some of the buildings. BOARDMAN —
Armstrong Cable reaches deal to air premium games By RICK ROUAN YOUNGSTOWN — Armstrong Cable
Armstrong Cable and the NFL Network will announce a deal Monday to bring eight National Football
BOARDMAN — The township police force is so depleted that the number of school buildings in Boardman
Change your smoke-detector batteries as you change your clocks, fire officials urge. With the
A 27-year-old project analyst and three incumbents offer their vision for the future. BOARDMAN
BOARDMAN— With three incumbents seeking re-election to the Boardman school board, the lone
An Armstrong Cable executive said this week that “almost daily discussions are happening” to bring
Fire chiefs, home builders and Realtors plan to publish educational advertisements. BOARDMAN
Two groups are trying to increase local resources for autistic adults. BOARDMAN — A 3.2-acre
High school drama guild pulls in popular and fresh productions, pushes out edgy content By RICK
POLAND — The athletic director hire that became a lightning rod for public discussion in Poland is
The Youngstown Board of Control will vote on the V&M Star Steel agreement at 5 p.m. today.