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Boy uses class time for fake purchases

ROGERS -- A 13-year-old Beaver Local Middle School pupil spent about $2 million in astronomy class

HERMITAGE Police, FBI searching for robbery witnesses

Authorities believe the bank's camera got a picture of the robber. HERMITAGE, Pa. -- Friday night


BIRTHS St. Elizabeth Jessica Elliott and Mont Mecker Jr., 3253 Creed Road, New Waterford, girl,

BERLIN CENTER Students make the grade in business

Plans for next year include adding a storefront and seeking a business partner. By JOANN JONES

MAHONING COUNTY Sheriff makes arrests in election fraud probe

The sheriff's department arrested a former Republican precinct committee candidate and issued a


DIVISION I BOYS FITCH Davanzo Tate (100, 200), Miles Williams (400), Sean Williams (3200), Eric

Tyler Young tosses no-hitter; Becdir, Propane, Livi win two

STRUTHERS -- Tyler Young tossed a no-hitter as Roth Brothers defeated Youngstown Express 9-1 in

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Ten Campbell mailboxes will be removed

CAMPBELL -- The post office will remove almost half of the mail collection boxes in the city and may


LOCAL Boardman beats Edison BOARDMAN -- Jennifer Feret's 10th-inning double scored Jaclyn

MAHONING COUNTY Probate court goes online with Web site


Juneteenth fest spreads to city

The celebration originally marked the end of slavery in Texas. By DENISE DICK VINDICATOR

Archdiocese of Chicago removes two priests

Archdiocese of Chicago removes two priests CHICAGO -- The Archdiocese of Chicago has removed two

ODOT Orange cones mean 'slower'

ODOT gives some common-sense advice on taking precautions in construction zones. By AMY HOUSLEY


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WARREN Celebrating black achievement

The event offers gospel music, food, a parade, rides and games. By DENISE DICK VINDICATOR

TRACK AND FIELD Champs return; others giving it their best shot

Boardman's Amber Bland leads a team that girls coach Denise Gorski called the best she's ever had.


SUNDAY'S GAMES American League Cleveland 3, Toronto 1 Kansas City 7, Texas 5, 1st game

ON AREA DIAMONDS | Youth baseball & amp; softball

BASEBALL Little b Roth Bros. 5, Bandits 3. Becdir 10, Lazart 2. Line Drive 7, Wolf 1. Youngstown

Grants aim to keep students in county

MERCER, Pa. -- Mercer County has received two state grants aimed at keeping young people in the

Aeros lose 6-2

Aeros lose 6-2 Julio DePaula allowed just two runs in 71/3 innings to lead the Norwich Navigators

Historical home to open

Historical home to open CANFIELD -- The oldest remaining log home in Northeast Ohio opens for the

School levy recount

School levy recount YOUNGSTOWN -- Poland schools' 3.9-mill five-year emergency levy will get an


ROSTER Leetonia firefighters A roster of active Leetonia Volunteer Fire Department firefighters

COLUMBIANA CORNER 'Star Wars' meets cable wars

The latest installment of George Lucas' Star Wars saga hit theaters recently, and an AT & amp;T

Ohio's judicial system can use some updating

Opinion: When Chief Justice Thomas Moyer of the Ohio Supreme Court spoke recently at a meeting of the Ohio

CANFIELD BUILDER Program benefits elderly, disabled

The local contractor wants to teach others about certain remodeling techniques. By DON SHILLING

A long time ago, in a galaxy not so far, far away

Opinion: These days, many young people know the details of the planets and star systems that populate George

NORTH STAR STEEL 3 companies to buy mills

The new owner has deep pockets -- it's paying cash for the North Star division and has a large

Fighting fires is in their blood

Leetonia firefighters are family -- in some cases, literally. By NANCY TULLIS VINDICATOR SALEM

REGIONAL PREVIEW High school softball

DIVISION II Who: Poland (20-6) vs. Conneaut (16-5) When: Thursday, 4:30 p.m. Where: Firestone