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  Police Sent To Wal-Mart 27 Times In 16-Days  
  December 2, 2021 Edition  
     BY JOHN A. DARNELL JR.
      associate editor
      To date, the Boardman Police Department has answered more than 260 calls of reported thefts at Wal-Mart, 1300 Doral Dr. Since Jan. 1, 2021, police have been called to the store 538 times.During a 16 day period in November alone, police were at the store no less than 20 times. Below is a listing of calls on which police were sent to the store between Nov. 9 and Nov. 27. During that span, police were sent to the
      store 27 times:
      Nov. 9: At 10:20 p.m., Nathan Wright, 27, of 929.5 North Market St., Lisbon, Oh., was placed under arrest and searched. Ptl. Brian Moss said a glass pipe was found in a jacket pocket, and a ‘tin’ that contained a cloudy, rock-type substance was found in another pocket. “Knight immediately stated that the rock was bath salts and he uses the gla...Read More >>
  Lady Spartans Best Rival Cardinal Mooney  
  Mackenzie Riccitelli Meshes 15 Points:   December 2, 2021 Edition  
     BY GREG GULAS
      Boardman News Sports
      bnews@zoominternet.net
      After quarantining for 10 days due to COVID-19, Boardman High’s second-year girls’ head basketball coach, Brett Green, returned to the sidelines last Saturday in time to coach their game at Cardinal Mooney.
      His team presented him with the result he was looking for, a 47-43, road victory over their arch-rivals for their first win of the season.
      Mackenzie Riccitelli hooped a game-high 15 points and Cami Goske added 11 markers, the two combining to score 26 of Boardman’s (1-1) 47 overall points. Their offense offset 29 turnovers committed as a team and a total of 45 in the game when the Cardinals’ 16 miscues are added to the total.
      “The game plan was to play as a team an...Read More >>
  75 YEARS ......  
  November 25, 2021 Edition  
     75 years ago, The Boardman News published its first edition out of an office space in a building owned by Dr. Robert Heaver at Market St. and Rt. 224 (now the headquarters of esteemed local defense attorney J. Gerald Ingram and his co-counsels who include his son, Ryan, as well as Frank Cassese, Corey Grimm and ‘of counsel,’ noted civil lawyer Charles Dunlap).
      At that time, 75 years ago, Rt. 224 and Market St., ‘out in Boardman,’ were country, two-lane roads, largely bounded by woods and farms, save for Southern Airways that operated an airport near where West and East Parkside roads are today.
      There were no elementary schools, and the public school system was contained in one single building known today as Center Intermediate School. Spartan athletic teams (football, basketball, track and baseball) were members of the Tri-County League.
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