Students at Joshua Dixon School in Columbiana participated in a Jog-A-Thon.
Dr. Drew Edwards, an expert in addictive disease and behavioral medicine spoke about drug issues at Austintown HS. Austintown Schools and On Demand Drug Testing and Work Solutions sponsored the event.
Vindicator reporter Jordyn Grzelewski previews a story she is working on discussing Poland Schools' announcement of the closing of Dobbins Elementary School. Be sure to pick up a copy of Friday's edition of The Vindicator to read the entire story.
Students, parents and citizens spoke to the Canfield Board Of Education during a March 21, 2018 meeting on the topic of school safety. One of those speaking was Ginny Litwin, a parent of three children in the district
Vindicator reporter Kalea Hall previews a story she is working on where she spoke with Lordstown residents who live near the land that is proposed for the HomeGoods plant. Be sure to pick up a copy of Tuesday's edition of The Vindicator to read the entire story.
Brookfield United Methodist Church pastor Dick Smith talks about a recent break in at the church. Video by William D. Lewis - The Vindicator
Vindicator reporter Jordyn Grzelewski previews a story she is working on discussing Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Month, which is March. Be sure to pick up a copy of Satuday's edition of The Vindicator to read the entire story.
Vindicator reporter Kalea Hall previews a story she is working on about Prima Health Care being acquired by Mercy Health. Be sure to pick up a copy of Friday's edition of The Vindicator to read the entire story.
Kalea Hall talks with Gary Soukenik about receiving his award from the Youngstown Warren Regional Chamber.
Kalea Hall talks with Ian Beniston of Youngstown Neighborhood Development Corporation & Matt Martin of Trumbull Neighborhood Partnership about the award they are receiving, along with plans for the future.
Kalea Hall talks with the Youngstown Warren Regional Chamber CEO, James Dignan.
Chaney students speak on National Walk Out day
Students at Lordstown HS participated in the national School Walk Out Day to promote school safety.
Youngstown City Schools CEO Krish Mohip stands by statements critical of the community and school district he made during Boulder Valley School District interviews. “I’m still committed to this district,” Mohip said during a Monday interview with The Vindicator. “We are doubling down more than anything ... The focus is on our children — it doesn’t matter what happens to me.” Boulder Valley School District posted four of Mohip’s interviews on YouTube
Key moments from Krish Mohip interview, where he talks about... •(13 minutes) moving for his kids who aren't challenged enough because they are too smart •(17 minutes) Youngstown is at a standstill, hopefully won't be here much longer, Kasich called him for his CEO position •(27 minute) with Youngstown's Corrective Action Plan for Special Education students, everyone should have been fired •(32 minutes) he states he has good relationships with labor unions •(36 minute) redoing student discipline code by no longer suspending and instead using restorative practices •(39 minutes) how to best utilize student resources
Hundreds attended at meeting in Lordstown about a proposed Home Goods facility that could employ 1,000.
Vindicator reporter Amanda Tonoli previews a story she is working on about an exclusive sit-down interview she had with Youngstown City Schools CEO Krish Mohip this afternoon. Be sure to pick up a copy of Tuesday's edition of The Vindicator to read the entire story.