Landon Fitzgerald-Green, 4, center, has a rare form of leukemia, and students and staff of the Discovery 3 Afterschool program at East High School donated money for his ongoing treatments as part of the students’ community outreach efforts. With Landon Tuesday were students Crystal Gomez, left, and Kimberly Agosto, both eighth-graders.
Rigby, a service dog of Austintown Fitch 2015 graduate Cameron Gumble, welcomes graduates Emily Dunn, left, and Janae Rivera to commencement ceremonies in the high school gym. Graduation exercises took place Saturday morning.
The plan is to complete all renovations, from the roof to the ground floor, by late summer 2017
The total value of this year's scholarships was $63,000
Youngstown State University dedicated two newly planted American elm trees Tuesday near the back entrance of the Veterans Resource Center on Wick Avenue. Jim Tressel, YSU president, left, and Larry Tooker, a member of the Men’s Garden Club of Youngstown, unveiled a plaque for one of the trees at the ceremony. The garden club donated and planted the trees.
Community and business leaders attend Friends of Scouting breakfast
The public should not lose sight of the fact the vast majority of police officers uphold a strong work ethic and are dedicated to protecting their communities, the chief justice said
Less than a week after May Day (May 1), 12-year-old Celina Dennis found herself speaking with the nearby air-traffic-control tower from a C-130H Hercules cargo aircraft, though none of her communications included a mayday.
Barbara Sykes, Ohio United Way’s president and chief executive officer, delivered the keynote address
The Mineral Ridge facility near Austintown is set to close in 2017.