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Bike to School Day in Lakeview

June 9, 2014 The Lakeview High School “Bike to School Day” was a great success on May 7. With the Bazetta and Cortland police departments providing traffic control, the students made it to school safely. more »»

McDonald has positive impact

June 2, 2014 Positive Impact Day was held May 13 at McDonald High School. It is held every other year in May by the school’s Ecology students. more »»

Eagle Scout project to help veterans

June 2, 2014 Boy Scout Ben Woods of Troop 557 has opted for a challenging Eagle Scout project. Ben is sponsoring a 5K run / 2-mile walk and 1-miles roll to benefit the Disabled Veterans of America. more »»

Medication disposal

June 2, 2014 Don’t keep unused or unwanted medications in your house: Proper disposal of unneeded or old medication can prevent prescription drug abus. more »»

Exchange program looks for local hosts

June 2, 2014 World Heritage Student Exchange Programs is now looking for American families to host high school students from Europe and Asia. The exceptional students have received scholarships through the U.S. more »»

A good experience

May 26, 2014 Hello, my name is Corinna Hechenberger. I am 16 years old and an exchange student from Germany. I came to America in September, and I will leave in June. more »»

MAKING PROM SAFER: Tips for parents from Akron Children’s Hospital

May 26, 2014 Akron Children’s Hospital offers several steps parents can take to ensure their children have a safe prom night and many more special nights for years to come: • Talk to your teen about her prom... more »»

2014 Law Day

May 19, 2014 The theme of the Trumbull County Bar Association’s Law Day program on May 1 was “American Democracy and the Rule of Law: Why Every Vote Matters. more »»

Medicine cabinets: Danger spot for many abusing teens

May 19, 2014 Medicine cabinets may just be the most dangerous drug dealers on the block, and parents of teenagers must be aware that because of the easy access and no cost, teens are turning to them more often... more »»

McDonald students learn not to text, drive

May 5, 2014 “I think it’s important not to text and drive because not only are you risking your own life, but you’re also risking the lives of friends in the car (if you have your friends with you) and the live... more »»

Howland student commits to monthly service projects

May 5, 2014 HOWLAND — Howland High School sophomore Alexis James has committed to a service project every month. more »»

Kids’ fishing derby set for Hubbard

May 5, 2014 The Hubbard Conservation Club and the ODNR-Division of Wildlife continue their education program for outdoor sports fun, safety and enrichment by announcing its upcoming Kids Fishing Derby on... more »»

Sonnenblick claims chaotic process

April 21, 2014 Listening to genres such as Jazz, African Pop and Bluegrass usually do not serve as a requiem to young adult novelists, but Jordan Sonnenblick maintains that his self-proclaimed chaotic writing... more »»

Maplewood’s Barzak on creative writing

April 21, 2014 “I always wanted to see a ghost, but I never have,” Chris Barzak told a group of students in the Maag Library on Wednesday, April 9. more »»

More winning interview stories on Jordan Sonnenblick

April 21, 2014 Jordan Sonnenblick never thought he would be where he is right no. more »»

Louisville trip inspiring to JFK kids

April 14, 2014 On March 30 through April 3, a group of 18 students from John F. Kennedy High School attended a mission trip to Louisville, Ky. more »»

Maplewood scholar gets special award

April 14, 2014 The National Society of High School Scholars recently announced that Maplewood senior Rebecca Shelton of Bristolville has been elected to become a member of their organization. more »»

Upcoming Teen Events

April 14, 2014 ATTENTION YOUNG HUNTERS: The Hubbard Conservation Club is offering the Ohio Hunter Education Course over three evenings starting today, Tuesday, and concluding Friday with attendance required for... more »»

Human trafficking: A scourge for teenagers

April 7, 2014 Special to Page One Human trafficking has become a scourge of the early 21st century. more »»

Kyrsten’s Kloset a success

April 7, 2014 Kyrsten’s Kloset, an event offering free prom dresses through the Kyrsten Elizabeth Studer Foundation, was held Saturday and Sunday at St. Patrick Parish Center in Hubbard. more »»

 
 

 

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