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  Sister Jerome's Poor Receives $5000 Student Sponsorhip  
  November 20, 2014 Edition  
     Sister Jerome’s Poor, a program dedicated to helping working families and college bound students in financial need, graciously announces that Valley Electric Consolidated, Inc. has awarded a $5,000 grant to Sister Jerome’s Poor to sponsor a bright city college student. VEC will also provide mentoring for the student. As sponsor advisor, Tricia Ferry of the VEC team will mentor the selected student, Brianna Spatafore, who will graduate from Easter Gateway Community College in June 2015, and will then continue her program in elementary education at Youngstown State University. The check for sponsorship was presented to Sister Jerome Corcoran at the VEC Global Training Center The grant represents the core values which Rex Ferry, President and CEO, promotes: “Faith, Family, and Community, building for generations to come. Brianna is one of 12 high school graduates who are carefully selected and they have four requirements that they have to meet: they mus...Read More >>
  Boardman Trustees Add New Police Officers  
  November 20, 2014 Edition  
     Meeting last week, Boardman Trustees added three officers to the Boardman Police Department. All three will be replacement positions for Paul Poulos, who has been assigned full time to the Boardman Local Schools, as well as Officers Mike Longo and Bryan Butto, who resigned from the BPD.
      With the hiring of Officers Nick Newland, Evan Beil and Dan Baker, manpower at the Boardman Police Department now totals 58 officers, according to Chief Jack Nichols. Pictured, from left, Nick Newland, Eva Beil, Dan Baker and Police Chief Jack Nichols.
      Nick Newland
      Officer Newland is 25-years-old, married, and resides in Boardman with his wife, Eileen, and one son.
      Newland grew up in Boardman and graduated from Boardman High School in 2007. He enlisted in the U.S. Marine Corps after high school and served active duty until h...Read More >>
  A Heartfelt Plea For A Puppy Named Gizmo  
  Beloved Pet Lost In Boardman:   November 17, 2014 Edition  
     Six weeks ago my daughter, with her young Shih-Tsu puppy named Gizmo, moved into an apartment complex on Tippecanoe Rd in Canfield.
      Three days later while she was at work, a repairman employed by the complex, entered her apartment, left a door to the outside open, and little Gizmo made his escape to the unknown. To this day, Nov. 17, we have not heard one word where he could be. He is in need of his meds.
      He is orange in color, has a micro-chip in his neck containing all the pertinent information you will need to contact his owner. At one time, he had a dark blue collar with two tags to identify his ownership.
      If you are the lucky persons to have found him, you can take him to a veterinarian who would be able to read the his chip. We all would be so grateful for you to call one of the telephone numbers below to make arrangements for us to pick...Read More >>
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