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The Youngstown Vindicator
ANTHONY ‘TONY’ LARICCIA, 71 Valley benefactor shunned ‘mansions and Mercedes’ Mercedesthan 70 college scholarships to students in need, and supported several area sc
The Youngstown Vindicator / Posted yesterday
than 70 college scholarships to students in need, and supported several area school improvement projects in Mahoning and Trumbull counties. Lariccia worked four decades with Merrill Lynch. He enjoyed sharing with others what he viewed as the... Read more
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Yale Daily News
Dressed in Blue, in the RedHer goal is to achieve this organized, mutually-beneficial relationship of educ
Yale Daily News / Posted 3 days ago
Her goal is to achieve this organized, mutually-beneficial relationship of education and experience. Similarly, the administration of the program recognizes the recently increased diversity of Elis, and acknowledges the abundant benefits of... Read more
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WFMJ Youngstown
Warren committee discusses future of Packard Music Hall and amphitheaterrights issue at the Warren Amphitheater. Rucker said she is going to bring leg
WFMJ Youngstown / Posted 4 days ago
rights issue at the Warren Amphitheater. Rucker said she is going to bring legislation forward to ask the director and the administration to consider it. "I think it's time. I think it would help with our marketing, I know it would bring... Read more
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The Middletown Press
Monday Musings: A few impressions from a H.S. football weekendthat all borderless schools — not counting technical high schools — play in Cla
The Middletown Press / Posted 7 days ago
that all borderless schools — not counting technical high schools — play in Class L or LL. This fall St. Joseph High of Trumbull is the new poster school of football unfairness. St. Joe plays in the Fairfield County Interscholastic Athletic... Read more
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The Greater New Milford Spectrum
Bridgeport’s ‘Second Chance’ program continues, despite director’s arrestgave Ganim a second chance and returned him to office in 2015 despite the 2003
The Greater New Milford Spectrum / Posted 9 days ago
gave Ganim a second chance and returned him to office in 2015 despite the 2003 corruption conviction that toppled his first administration. The mayor thought the city should offer a hand to returning offenders who do not have some of the same... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Bridgeport’s ‘Second Chance’ program continues, despite director’s arrestgave Ganim a second chance and returned him to office in 2015 despite the 2003
Connecticut Post / Posted 9 days ago
gave Ganim a second chance and returned him to office in 2015 despite the 2003 corruption conviction that toppled his first administration. The mayor thought the city should offer a hand to returning offenders who do not have some of the same... Read more
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Darien News-Review
Bridgeport’s ‘Second Chance’ program continues, despite director’s arrestgave Ganim a second chance and returned him to office in 2015 despite the 2003
Darien News-Review / Posted 9 days ago
gave Ganim a second chance and returned him to office in 2015 despite the 2003 corruption conviction that toppled his first administration. The mayor thought the city should offer a hand to returning offenders who do not have some of the same... Read more
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WFMJ Youngstown
Former Lordstown girls athletic coach pleads guilty to sex chargesthese minors on his cell phone and on at least two occasions he inappropriately
WFMJ Youngstown / Posted 11 days ago
these minors on his cell phone and on at least two occasions he inappropriately touched one of the females," said Assistant Trumbull County Prosecutor, Gabe Wildman. Knox pleaded guilty under what is called a bill of information. "It's something... Read more
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WFMJ Youngstown
Former Lordstown coach ordered to register as sex offendersentenced up to fifteen years in prison after pleading guilty to sex charges.
WFMJ Youngstown / Posted 12 days ago
sentenced up to fifteen years in prison after pleading guilty to sex charges. Richard Knox, 45, of Lordstown appeared in Trumbull County Common Pleas Court on Wednesday and pleaded guilty to six counts of importuning. Under Ohio law, importuning... Read more
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WFMJ Youngstown
Youngstown, Warren to receive more than $5.6 million dollarsas well as HOME grants. In Warren, those funds go toward a variety of organizat
WFMJ Youngstown / Posted 12 days ago
as well as HOME grants. In Warren, those funds go toward a variety of organizations, like the Second Harvest Food Bank and Trumbull Neighborhood Partnership. Mayor John McNally says the announcement of the grant money tells cities like Youngstown... Read more
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The Youngstown Vindicator
Ryan announces $7,598,549 in federal grants to promote economic development$34,744 in grant funding for the Eastgate Regional Council of Governments provi
The Youngstown Vindicator / Posted 12 days ago
$34,744 in grant funding for the Eastgate Regional Council of Governments provided though the Economic Development Administration. This EDA planning investment supports the development and implementation of a comprehensive economic... Read more
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The Youngstown Vindicator
Harry Meshel dedicated his life to the betterment of the Valleyelection. Around the same time Meshel was leaving politics, I came to The Vind
The Youngstown Vindicator / Posted 17 days ago
election. Around the same time Meshel was leaving politics, I came to The Vindicator, spending 1995 to 2000 covering Trumbull County. I took over the politics beat in 2000, and immediately connected with Meshel. If I had a political... Read more
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The Youngstown Vindicator
Local vigil held in reaction to DACA endingdecision to end a program protecting undocumented youths from deportation promp
The Youngstown Vindicator / Posted 19 days ago
decision to end a program protecting undocumented youths from deportation prompted a protest by area residents. The Trump administration announced Tuesday the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program will end in March 2018. DACA, passed in... Read more
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The News-Times
Area colleges expand opportunitiesfor students, particularly in health care-related fields. “Look at all the stu
The News-Times / Posted 26 days ago
for students, particularly in health care-related fields. “Look at all the students here to enroll,” Rose Ellis, dean of administration at Housatonic, said, cutting across the public college’s crowded new welcome center. “It’s the programs that... Read more
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Greenwich Time
Area colleges expand opportunitiesfor students, particularly in health care-related fields. “Look at all the stu
Greenwich Time / Posted 27 days ago
for students, particularly in health care-related fields. “Look at all the students here to enroll,” Rose Ellis, dean of administration at Housatonic, said, cutting across the public college’s crowded new welcome center. “It’s the programs that... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Area colleges expand opportunitiesfor students, particularly in health care-related fields. “Look at all the stu
Stamford Advocate / Posted 27 days ago
for students, particularly in health care-related fields. “Look at all the students here to enroll,” Rose Ellis, dean of administration at Housatonic, said, cutting across the public college’s crowded new welcome center. “It’s the programs that... Read more
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The Christian Post
Lincoln, Grant Fought Against Slavery but Not Racismvandals struck the statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee near the entranc
The Christian Post / Posted 27 days ago
vandals struck the statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee near the entrance of Duke Chapel, which prompted the administration at Duke University to remove it. "Silent Sam," a statue located on the North Campus at the University of... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Area colleges expand opportunitiesfor students, particularly in health care-related fields. “Look at all the stu
Connecticut Post / Posted 28 days ago
for students, particularly in health care-related fields. “Look at all the students here to enroll,” Rose Ellis, dean of administration at Housatonic, said, cutting across the public college’s crowded new welcome center. “It’s the programs that... Read more
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Darien News-Review
Area colleges expand opportunitiesfor students, particularly in health care related fields. “Look at all the stu
Darien News-Review / Posted 30 days ago
for students, particularly in health care related fields. “Look at all the students here to enroll,” Rose Ellis, dean of administration at Housatonic said, cutting across the public college’s crowded new welcome center. “It’s the programs that... Read more
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The Greater New Milford Spectrum
Area colleges expand opportunitiesfor students, particularly in health care related fields. “Look at all the stu
The Greater New Milford Spectrum / Posted 30 days ago
for students, particularly in health care related fields. “Look at all the students here to enroll,” Rose Ellis, dean of administration at Housatonic said, cutting across the public college’s crowded new welcome center. “It’s the programs that... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Area colleges expand opportunitiesfor students, particularly in health care related fields. “Look at all the stu
Connecticut Post / Posted 30 days ago
for students, particularly in health care related fields. “Look at all the students here to enroll,” Rose Ellis, dean of administration at Housatonic said, cutting across the public college’s crowded new welcome center. “It’s the programs that... Read more
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The Greater New Milford Spectrum
Herbst: Trumbull is not for saleTRUMBULL — First Selectman Tim Herbst, in a hurriedly arraigned press conferenc
The Greater New Milford Spectrum / Posted a month ago
TRUMBULL — First Selectman Tim Herbst, in a hurriedly arraigned press conference Thursday, ripped into critics of the new community center. He said that in spite of an expected drop-off in funding from Hartford, he will “continue to move the town... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Herbst: Trumbull is not for saleTRUMBULL — First Selectman Tim Herbst, in a hurriedly arraigned press conferenc
Connecticut Post / Posted a month ago
TRUMBULL — First Selectman Tim Herbst, in a hurriedly arraigned press conference Thursday, ripped into critics of the new community center. He said that in spite of an expected drop-off in funding from Hartford, he will “continue to move the town... Read more
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Darien News-Review
Herbst: Trumbull is not for saleTRUMBULL — First Selectman Tim Herbst, in a hurriedly arraigned press conferenc
Darien News-Review / Posted a month ago
TRUMBULL — First Selectman Tim Herbst, in a hurriedly arraigned press conference Thursday, ripped into critics of the new community center. He said that in spite of an expected drop-off in funding from Hartford, he will “continue to move the town... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Herbst: Trumbull is not for saleTRUMBULL — First Selectman Tim Herbst, in a hurriedly arraigned press conferenc
San Antonio Express-News / Posted a month ago
TRUMBULL — First Selectman Tim Herbst, in a hurriedly arraigned press conference Thursday, ripped into critics of the new community center. He said that in spite of an expected drop-off in funding from Hartford, he will “continue to move the town... Read more
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