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  Animal Charity: Please Save The Dogs, Don’t Kill Them!  
  April 27, 2017 Edition  
Tyger
     EDITOR:
      I need to make sure I remain anonymous. I am very familiar with the Animal Charity kennel in Canfield where I believe some dogs are unnecessarily put to death by euthanization.
      The way the kennel is being managed is really a joke. The manager got her job after working as a caretaker for a few short months. She had little to no experience with dogs, especially ones that needed any kind of behavior modification. She was not educated on the general care of the animals such as feeding amounts, health issues and training. She was hardly ever there, she usually showed-up to complain to the employees that they weren’t doing their job right. She was constantly on her cell phone or outside smoking in front of the building when it was open to public.
      While I was working there, several dogs had signs on their kennels that said “behavior modif...Read More >>
  BCA Awards Scholarships  
  Lazzeri Citizen Of The Year:   April 27, 2017 Edition  
      The Boardman Civic Association awarded $750 college scholarships to eight high school seniors, and honored former Boardman Local School Superintendent Frank Lazzeri as Citizen of the Year at its 27th annual Scholarship Awards Banquet held last week at the Georgeanna Parker Activity Center in Boardman Park.
      Scholarship winners were Kwabena (Koby) Adu-Poku, Katherine Bodamer, Nicole Enright, Michael Phillips, Annalese Samuel, Courtney Segool, Mark Smaldino and Stephen Stanko.
      Guest speaker for the event was Jacqueline Marino, is an associate professor of Journalism at Kent State University. She is a 1990 graduate of Cardinal Mooney High School and one the first of two recipients of the BCA Scholarship Award.
  Police At The Wagon Wheel Motel 4 Times In 2 Days  
  April 27, 2017 Edition  
     BY JOHN A. DARNELL JR.
      associate editor
      Less than a week after a Sheldon Ave.resident complained that drug overdoses were “getting out of hand” at the Wagon Wheel Motel, 7015 Market St., a record of dispatch calls show that Boardman police were at the motel four times over a two-day period.
      According to public records, police have answered calls at the motel more than 30 times this year alone.
      On Sat., Apr. 15, about 1:05 p.m., police were called to the motel for an ‘ongoing situation’ between a mother and daughter, a 13-year-old girl who was reportedly ‘out of control, making threats and throwing things.’
      Lucinda Zecher told police her daughter hadn’t been listening to her, “takes the phone from her, leaves without permission and is using marihuana,” P...Read More >>
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