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Boardman “high art” teacher to have one-woman show at Jewish Community Center

January 29, 2020 Boardman High School art teacher Jenna Hudock has her own artwork on display in a one-woman show at the Jewish Community Center on Gypsy Lane from now to March 5. The show, which opened Jan. more »»

Woman begins new chapter after fire

January 22, 2020 After facing her biggest fear, Boardman resident Kasey McDade said she has realized something about herself: “I’m stronger than I thought. more »»

Preserving history to make it real

January 22, 2020 For the past 40 years, a large historic wagon has sat outside the Austintown Historical Society’s log cabin on South Raccoon Road, but soon, that might not be the case. more »»

Congressman visits Congressional App winners at BHS

January 15, 2020 Congressman Tim Ryan presented certificates to three young women from Boardman High School on Jan. 7. more »»

Sensory Path keeps students on track

January 15, 2020 Poland Union Elementary School has come a long way in helping kids be the best they can be. more »»

Boardman students send warmth to kids at Akron Children's Hospital

January 8, 2020 What does a moose, a lion, a fox and a raccoon have in common? They are all driving in cars on a brightly colored tie blanket on its way to a child at Akron Children's Hospital Beeghly Campus. more »»

Boardman teen spreads cheer with brilliant light display

December 30, 2019 Some things are visible from space, such as The Great Wall of China and White Sands in New Mexico. Astronauts may be able to add one more to the list: Jacob Latessa Quade’s light display. more »»

Boardman students have artwork displayed at Rulli Brothers

December 23, 2019 For the second year, Rulli Brothers Grocery Store in Boardman is displaying students' work from Boardman Center Intermediate School. more »»

Car club continues to bring the spirit of Christmas to needy families

December 18, 2019 This week, as people are wrapping up their Christmas shopping, the Austintown Fire Department will be joining forces with the Chicken Coupe Cruisers car club to bring the Christmas spirit to needy... more »»

Canfield Speech Team finishes first

December 18, 2019 The Canfield Speech & Debate Team competed at the South Range Tournament on Dec. 7. Two hundred and fouty-two students participated, representing 16 schools. more »»

Trustees hear zoning complaint

December 18, 2019 Township resident Kirk Bunch addressed trustees regarding a neighbor whose home business is causing a situation on South Palmyra Road. more »»

Boardman school bus drivers and police team up for 'Stuff the Bus' toy drive

December 11, 2019 Get ready for a "Stuff The School Bus" Toy Drive on Saturday, Dec. 14 in front of the Boardman Township Administration Building. more »»

CVMS tops donors for Second Harvest

December 11, 2019 Students at Canfield Village Middle School have again proved they care. They collected 45 boxes of food for Second Harvest Food Bank that came in at 4,933 pounds of non-perishables. more »»

Veterans get Thanksgiving meal

November 25, 2019 The Disabled American Veterans, Youngstown Chapter 2, based in Austintown, passed out 160 Rulli Brothers gift certificates to local veterans to provide for a Thanksgiving dinner. more »»

Poland Lions kick off annual blanket drive

November 13, 2019 On Nov. 1, the Poland Lions Club kicked off their annual blanket drive that will run through Nov. 30. more »»

A kindness cup of Joe

October 30, 2019 Coffee drinkers who stop at the Austintown Starbucks in the coming weeks are likely to receive a special coffee sleeve for their hot cups. more »»

Plaza fills and some come back home

October 23, 2019 The new Canfield Ace Hardware store is set to open at the end of the month. It will not only fill a need in the area, but will also fill the Colonial Plaza and bring a Canfield grad back home. more »»

Falcons dine with the finest

October 9, 2019 On Oct. 2, two lunch periods at Fitch High School had some special guests. Thirty veterans and active duty military members showed up to dine with Fitch students. more »»

School Board hears concerns over Lynn Kirk security

October 2, 2019 During the public speaking segment of the Austintown Board of Education meeting on Sept. 26, the only person signed up was a Marine veteran who was concerned with security at Lynn Kirk School. more »»

Phase One gets underway for new Junior Fair facility

October 2, 2019 On Sept. 25, ground was officially broken to begin work on the new $4.2 million building that will house the Junior Fair during next year’s 174th Canfield Fair. more »»



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