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In it and winning it

May 5, 2013 They dominated from Week 1 and never came close to losing the lead. After eight weeks, the team appropriately named In It to Win It stepped off the scales as the Tribune Chronicle-St. Elizabeth / S. more »»

Spotlight on the kids

March 10, 2013 Although Spotlight Dance Studio teaches classes in jazz, ballet, tap, and hip-hop, it’s much more than a dance studio to the youths of Youngstown. “I come here Friday and Saturday every weekend. more »»

Chinese New Year

February 16, 2013 more »»

It's magic

January 13, 2013 In 1917, five people with an interest in magic met at the home of Gus A. Doeright to form what would become one of the oldest groups of magicians in the world — the Youngstown Magic Club. more »»

2012:?The year in photos

January 6, 2013 Trumbull County Sheriff deputies restrain defendant Jacquavis Williams as a guilty verdict is read by Judge W. Wyatt McKay in March 2012. more »»

Clog-mania

October 14, 2012 Walking down the steps of Tim and Mickey Whaley’s garage, a person likely will hear taps clacking against a wood floor. more »»

Diva for a day

October 7, 2012 Many girls dream of going to homecoming and prom in high school. But the cost of formalwear and accessories can stand in the way. more »»

Niles woman spreads acts of kindness during birthday week

September 23, 2012 Laurie Sayers of Niles turned 41 on Saturday, the first day of autumn. more »»

Locals sound off on their least-favorite cliches

August 10, 2012 Whether it’s an idea, type of vernacular, stereotype new technology, genre of music, television or fashion statement, every decade embodies something distinct that defines it in tim. more »»

Watchful eyes and friendship ties

June 17, 2012 While residents of the Mahoning Valley head outdoors to enjoy the summer months, they might find it reassuring to know that groups are keeping an eye on their neighborhoods with safety, preservation... more »»

The great outdoors

May 13, 2012 In the wake of a near-closing last year, Camp Sugarbush is alive and well and about to get a facelift. “We’re planning on modernizing,” Gerard Kelly, regional manager at Girl Scouts of America, sai. more »»

On the road for charity, fun

May 6, 2012 Summer is just around the bend, and motorcyclists are out and about enjoying the sunshine and pleasant riding weather. more »»

Fiber Fun

April 22, 2012 The more than 700 people who attended A Knitter’s Fantasy convention on April 14 prove that the fiber arts are very much alive and well in northeast Ohio. “We’re young women who are creative. more »»

True Believers

April 8, 2012 Twelve ounces. After dominating the Fitness Challenge for nine weeks, the Believers’ Bulge Busters clung to their championship by less than a single poun. more »»

Learning how to give back

April 1, 2012 A benefit is about what you get out of it and who it helps. But what about what goes into it? Donations need to be solicited. The venue needs to be booked. Tasks need to be delegate. more »»

When winter takes its toll on your car

March 18, 2012 Though northeast Ohio escaped with a mild winter this year, blizzard conditions, freezing rain, snow squalls and cold temperatures can wreak havoc on the roads we travel. more »»

Banking on life

February 19, 2012 In the United States, 44,000 units of blood are required each day to save the lives of people who suffer from trauma and disease, but less than 10 percent of the population donates blood each year,... more »»

Celebrating leap year

February 12, 2012 While many of us celebrate birthdays year after year, the Feb. 29 birthdate stands apart. It comes only once every four years. more »»

A place for everything

January 8, 2012 Once the party is over, the wine has been drained and Santa’s sleigh is hibernating in his North Pole garage, New Year’s resolutions are on the minds of man. more »»

 
 

 

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