Daniel Howes The Detroit News Published 10:04 PM EDT Jul 17, 2019 Youngstown, Ohio — The hits don't stop for the ol’ Steel Town. With its big mills long shuttered and its population cut in half from its post-war high in 1950, the city founded 222 years ago by John Young still could claim the jobs tied to northeast Ohio’s only auto plant: General Motors Co.’s Lordstown Assembly. That’s until the Detroit automaker shocked the economically battered Mahoning Valley just after Thanksgiving with confirmation the plant would cease production of the Chevrolet Cruze compact. The move imperiled more than 1,400 union jobs, cutting vital tax revenue and delivering gut punches to blue-collar workers and business leaders alike. The next hit came less than three weeks ago: On June 28, The Vindicator in Youngstown said it would cease publication at the end of next month, signaling an … [Read more...] about Howes: As blows keep coming, Youngstown fights on
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In this personal and eye-opening interview with Nick Cannon, the multi-hyphenate and truly self-made multi-millionaire television personality – actor – musician – deejay – media mogul opens up about transcending his childhood circumstances to become one of the most successful forces in all areas of the entertainment industry. As a teen, armed only with creativity and drive, Cannon was compelled to propel his family out of financial instability. What was initially born out of necessity, flourished into one of the most epic and aspirational success stories of recent Hollywood-lore. Now add dedicated student at Howard University to his resume. Nick Cannon is unstoppable. Among myriad other projects, Cannon is taking his hit long-running MTV series, Wild ‘N Out, on the road with a twenty-five date North American tour, running from August 16th through October 6th. Cannon and the Wild ‘N Out cast are doubling down on their MTV antics with a live and wilder … [Read more...] about Nick Cannon on the Art of Ambition And Wild ‘N Out Live!
WINDHAM — There’s no doubt about it: adulting can be hard. But thanks to a new course being offered at Windham High School this year, students can get a jump-start on certain life skills that may come in handy in the real world.Starting this fall, social studies teacher Kelly-Anne Rush will be teaching Life 101, an elective for juniors and seniors. Students will be taught “adulting skills,” such as basic etiquette, how to change a tire, the do’s and don’ts of a professional interview, how to put together a resume, and more. Windham High School teacher Kelly-Anne Rush. Lake Region Weekly “The goal is certainly going to be to bring in a lot of experts from the community,” Rush said. “I’m not going to claim I’m an expert in car tune-ups and things like that, but certainly I want to make it as hands-on and realistic as possible.” The idea for Life 101 came from a similar one-week unit that Rush and a colleague taught … [Read more...] about Windham High offering a new class on ‘adulting’
PARMA, Ohio -- It's that time of year again: back-to-school season. Most students in the Parma City Schools, Brooklyn City Schools, Independence Local Schools and private schools returned to their classrooms within the past week or two, so it's a good time to remind motorists to be patient and watch for school buses, students riding bicycles or scooters, and for youngsters who may dart into the street while catching or exiting their school buses. Also, remember that in Ohio, state law requires you to stop at least 10 feet from the front or rear of a bus that is receiving or discharging students or people who have disabilities. You may not resume travel until the bus begins to move -- or unless the bus driver signals you to proceed. On a four-lane road, drivers need not stop for a bus if they are on the other side of the roadway. A synopsis of school bus traffic laws can be found at drivinglaws.aaa.com/tag/school-buses/ And of course, obey all other traffic laws. Area students are … [Read more...] about Here’s a quick refresher on when to stop for a school bus: Sun Postings