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  Ohio Department Of Transportation Will Spend More Than $20 Million On A Project On Rt. 224 To Reduce Traffic Accidents By 94 Crashes A Year  
  More Than 10 Million Motorists Travel Along The Project Area Every Year:   April 11, 2024 Edition  
      associate editor
      The Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) says it is preparing to implement a $20.3 million improvement project on Rt. 224, from Market St. east to Tiffany Square, in an effort to reduce the number of traffic accidents along the roadway.
      According to ODOT, a study of traffic accidents during the time frame of 2013-2017 showed there were 1,877 accidents along the roadway, and 30 per cent of those accident involved injury, and just three resulted in fatalities.
      “The primary crash types reported were read-end (60%), left turn (14%), and side-swipe/passing (11%),” ODOT says, adding “these types of crashes are often related to congestion and left turning movements.”
      During the same period, there were three fatalities and 12 p...Read More >>
  11 File Applications For Superintendent’s Position At Boardman Local Schools  
  April 11, 2024 Edition  
     11 persons have filed applications for the position of superintendent of the Boardman Local School District. Current superintendent, Tim Saxton, will retire at the end of the school year.
      The Boardman Local School Board has tentatively scheduled the first round of interviews for those who have applied for the position next week, with a second round of interviews tentatively set for the week of Apr. 22.
      Those applying for the position are the following:
      Alphonse Cervello, West Blvd Elementary principal; Dr. Joseph Clark, former Westerville City Schools superintendent: Vincent Colaluca, Veregy account manager, former Austintown superintendent; Trisha Delaney, East Central Ohio ESC curriculum consultant; Michael Dobran, Massillon City Schools testing, gifted, and credit recovery coordinator; Joseph Geletka, Ironton City Schools superintendent; Gre...Read More >>
  Boardman School Teacher On Administrative Leave After Drug-Related Arrest  
  April 11, 2024 Edition  
     A Boardman Local School District elementary school music teacher has been placed on administrative leave following his arrest in Columbiana County on drug-related charges last weekend by members of the Mahoning Valley Human Trafficking Task Force.
      Pavalko, 44, was reportedly the driver for a man named Logan Larlham, 26, of East Judson, Youngstown, Oh., who is alleged to have answered an ‘undercover ad’ on a known prostitution web site, where he solicited a female to come to a motel room in Boardman.
      Larlham is alleged to have told the woman in the undercover ad if he got her the motel room, that she, in turn, could send him people who wanted to buy drugs, in particular, methamphetamine.
      According to reports, Larlham said he would have his driver, identified as Pavalko, pick up the woman; and when they did, he would also bring some meth.
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