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By SEAN BARRON firstname.lastname@example.org YOUNGSTOWN It usually follows that most high-school classmates
By SEAN BARRON email@example.com YOUNGSTOWN Carlton A. Sears has announced his resignation as
By SEAN BARRON firstname.lastname@example.org YOUNGSTOWN Emergency repairs to a failed storm sewer in
By SEAN BARRON email@example.com YOUNGSTOWN By all accounts, it appears that next June will see
By SEAN BARRON firstname.lastname@example.org POLAND If you watch 3-year-old Gianna Bindas in action, you
By SEAN BARRON email@example.com YOUNGSTOWN In the last four decades, the city has undergone
By SEAN BARRON firstname.lastname@example.org HOWLAND Denise DeBartolo York believes helping youngsters
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Coverage from area graduation ceremonies including: Lowellville, Girard, Canfield and Poland.
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Shavai D. Owens proudly walked across the stage to receive her diploma — even though just four short months ago, it appeared she might never walk again.
By SEAN BARRON email@example.com YOUNGSTOWN Last year, Ibn James was an East High School honor-
By SEAN BARRON firstname.lastname@example.org POLAND Officials estimate that 1.1 million soldiers have died
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By SEAN BARRON firstname.lastname@example.org YOUNGSTOWN One of Haley K. Thirion’s proudest high school
Youngstown Patrolman Richard Baldwin was part of the color guard at the annual Fallen Officers Memorial ceremony at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church, Youngstown.
Since the early 1970s, the Mahoning Valley has seen its share of major upheavals and change — the closing of numerous steel mills, the loss of thousands of jobs and a consistent population decline, to name a few.
If you’re interested in the evolution of toy soldiers, and seeing the works of a gunner who signed his artwork upside-down, the new World War History & Art Museum is for you.
If you wish to trace the origins of Temple Grandin’s success as an animal scientist, author, college professor and lecturer, you would do well to start with her 1950s-style upbringing.
By SEAN BARRON email@example.com YOUNGSTOWN Mahoning County commissioners are conducting
The Board of Trustees of the Public Library of Youngstown and Mahoning County has approved an agreement with a labor union that will reinstate a higher wage scale for its members.
If you compare Dr. Don Bartlette’s early years to his life now, the extreme contrast might fill you with deep inspiration and admiration.
By SEAN BARRON firstname.lastname@example.org YOUNGSTOWN If you plan to work for Judge Benita Y. Pearson and
By SEAN BARRON email@example.com POLAND Several years ago, Help Hotline Crisis Center Inc.
YSU students have a passion for fashion Students with a passion for fashion ... NOW KNOW
By SEAN BARRON firstname.lastname@example.org YOUNGSTOWN If you live or work in the city, the Youngstown
Joyce Koellner has generally dealt with daily stress by keeping herself going until exhaustion takes over and she becomes too tired to function effectively.
Shatasia Walker cried briefly, then sat in silence next to a side door at Medgar Evers’ home.
Mahoning County commissioners are to decide within 30 days the fate of a petition to annex about 57 acres from Beaver Township into the city of Columbiana.
Youngstown State University senior mechanical-engineering student Kevin Miller speaks to Susan Halley of Pittsburgh about the moon buggy he and fellow students built. The lunar vehicle was one of many projects the YSU College of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics displayed as attractions at Sunday’s annual STEM showcase at Moser Hall.
Many incoming freshmen such as Ryan Phillips are naturally nervous and a bit intimidated about entering high school.
High-risk behaviors, prolonged depression, stockpiling medications — and even sudden elation — often are precursors for suicide, a psychologist and participant in a health-care seminar warned.
The past 11 years have seen Glen Williams going from serving time to serving his community.
For many people, tax season can be, well, taxing, but it also can be for the dogs.
The public is invited to a daylong community open house set to begin at 9 a.m. Wednesday to celebrate the grand opening of One Step to Life Inc.’s new office and programming site.
A spaghetti-dinner benefit to assist a former Mahoning Valley woman who recently received a double-lung transplant is set for 12:30 to 4 p.m. Sunday at the Operating Engineers Local 66 Union Hall.
By SEAN BARRON email@example.com YOUNGSTOWN If more people were aware of where their fast food
It might be only late February, but it’s not too early to see daffodils and tulips surrounded by mulch and complemented by hyacinths and forsythias in bloom.
If you ask John White his favorite number, he would likely tell you 74. That’s largely because he married his wife, Kathy, on June 22, 1974. It’s also because a pizza box he selected bearing that number made him $1,000 richer.
If all goes according to plan, many North Side residents will see a producer and keeper of fresh, organic foods move to their neighborhood.
The calendar may still say winter, but later this week many people will be teased by an early taste of spring — even if it’s indoors.
Crime-prevention tools are numerous, but some are as simple as making the criminal see the light — literally.
A local cooking com- petition next month will give people ideas for food choices, but proceeds will go for programs to give youngsters ideas for making responsible choices.
About 100 children, educators, writers and others attended the 22nd annual African-American Read-In Sunday at Barnes & Noble Booksellers in Boardman.
Michael and Chrysann Mitzel of Canfield, foreground, married 39 years, renewed their vows along with Chrysann’s mother and father, Bob and Ann Metzinger, background, who have been married 61 years. The mass renewals took place Sunday at St. Patrick Church in Youngstown.
Mourners comfort one another at the funeral of Jamail Johnson, the YSU senior killed in last Sunday's off-campus shooting rampage. About 1,800 people attended Saturday's service at YSU's Beeghly Center to honor the young man best known as a mentor, peacemaker and beloved role model.
By SEAN BARRON firstname.lastname@example.org NILES Few would argue that the state shouldn’t work toward