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A business operated on Youngstown-owned land without paying rent for seven years

Dan O'Horo is an honorable person, I have know him for 65 years. He will do the right thing.

November 26, 2013 at 11:22 p.m. suggest removal

Mooney may be on the move to southern Mahoning County

I am a Ursuline Grad class of "52 from Boardman and a charter member of Mooney's Booster Club and a personal friend of Bishop Hughes the first head of Cardinal Mooney with whom I stayed in contact with until his death at the age of 93. I am not a resident of Youngstown or Boardman now and am not here to tell the residents of Youngstown or Boardman what they should do as to the location of a new or renovated school but I think that whether you stay in Youngstown or move to Boardman you have to include as part of the cost the removal of asbestos from Cardinal Mooney and the tearing down of their building. I believe that is you moral obligation to Youngstown. It just cannot be another abandoned building in Youngstown.

September 11, 2013 at 8:20 p.m. suggest removal


I believe the tragedy of the death of Angeline Fimognari is that the Pastor of St. Domenic's didn't know her name. This is a community of God's followers. Shouldn't we at least know the names of the members of our community especially those who come to mass every morning? What can be done so that we really become a community of God's followers. How can the Pastor and fellow members have a closer relationship and at least know each others names. A few suggestions: Coffee and doughnuts after Mass. Invite the Pastor over for dinner. Dale Carnegie course in how to remember names. Angeline's tragic death should not be in vain. Peace be with you Angeline. You will be remembered and we will do what is necessary to really become a Community of God's People.

January 26, 2010 at 9:20 a.m. suggest removal

Cards get wet and wild win

I believe that there an error by the officials in this game. In "the play" the Mooney punter's forward progress was the one yard line and Ursuline should have been given the ball at that point.

What happened is that the punter after his forward progress to the one yard line was pushed into the end zone and then tried his unsuccessful pass that was recovered by Ursuline. The play was really over before this ever happened.

Ursuline's ball on the one yard line. Let's go back and play the game from there because it appears the officials even believe that after they have made a decision they can stop play and go back to a previous play and "rewind" the film.

October 24, 2009 at 8:01 p.m. suggest removal

From fine china to paper and plastic

I think what was unique about Youngstown in those years was that most families had the same income because they were supported by the same union wage in the steel mills. You did not have a great disparity of incomes and as a result you had a very homogeneous society.

Incidentally no one talked on the phone at the dinner table and especially when Mom was bringing the turkey to the table. Daughters would be helping Mom if she would let them in the kitchen.

November 27, 2008 at 8:20 a.m. suggest removal


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