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  Dozen Busted On Prostitution Charges  
  All Had Their Day In Court:   December 11, 2014 Edition  
      On June 19, Boardman police used a web site connection that resulted in the arrests of 11 women and one man being charged with prostitution-related charges.
      The women were contacted based on their posts on a website where they used aliases to solicit prostitution, police said. Undercover officers contacted the women via phone numbers provided at that website, and a room at the Red Roof Inn, 1051 Tiffany Blvd., was set-up with recording devices.
      Following is a review of what happened in court from the arrests made in the prostitution operation that was conducted by Boardman police, the FBI and a Mahoning Valley Violent Crimes Task Force. All of those arrested appeared in Boardman Court, where Judge Joseph Houser sits on the bench.
      Constance Adams, 24, of 2975 Creek Rd., New Waterford, was charged with soliciting and possession of criminal tools...Read More >>
  BHS Instrumental Music Dept  
  At Community Christmas in Boardman Park:   December 11, 2014 Edition  
     Boardman High School's Instrumental Music Dept. under the direction of Tom Ruggieri are pictured inside St. James Church at Boardman Township Park. Christmas music and carols filled the air during the Annual Community Christmas event at Boardman Township Park on Sun., Dec. 7.
  Report Calls For $30 Million In Improvements To Middle School  
  December 4, 2014 Edition  
     BY JOHN A. DARNELL JR.
      associate editor
      Meeting last week, the Boardman Board of Education formally received a report from the Ohio Facilities Construction Commission (OFCC), suggesting upwards of $130 million in capital improvements to local school buildings.
      Most of those costs, if they were ever to be implemented, upwards of 85 per cent to 90 per cent, would have to be borne by the taxpayers.
      Among the $130 million, the OFCC suggested more than $29 million in improvements to Center Middle School. According to the OFCC report, more than $4 million of the total costs of improvements at Center would go towards ‘non-construction costs’ like compensation for design professionals, soil borings and builder’s risk insurance.
      The OFCC assessment of Center Middle School i...Read More >>
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