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Stories published July 20, 2007
HERMITAGE, Pa. — F.N.B. Corp. said it has avoided problems with bad loans that have hit other
MADISON — Before the snow flies, the Columbiana County Airport Authority plans to improve its
NILES — Three Pratt Street men have been charged after a 21 „2-hour standoff on
YOUNGSTOWN — The owners of five pit bulls seized by Mahoning County officials and city police
WARREN — The Trumbull County Prosecutor’s Office has charged a 17-year employee of the
YOUNGSTOWN — The day-reporting program for youth who are at risk for juvenile delinquency has
BOARDMAN — Walgreens "Community Day" event is from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at the store at
YOUNGSTOWN — In a visit to this city, Lt. Gov. Lee Fisher said “there is no more
YOUNGSTOWN — Six people became citiznes this week during a naturalization ceremony conducted
YOUNGSTOWN — Union officials said sufficient progress was made during an 18-hour negotiating
A union representing workers at Delphi Corp. plants in the Mahoning Valley said it has taken the
SHARON, Pa. — A man wielding a gun robbed an employee of 3 By the River complex this morning.
COLUMBIANA — State Rep. Linda Bolon will meet with constituents from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
YOUNGSTOWN — The St. Vincent de Paul Society’s dining hall is undergoing a $71,500
Natural gas bills appear to be headed up again, only this time it has nothing to do with the cost of
YOUNGSTOWN — A $4 million bond has been set for the man accused of shooting a federal agent.
YOUNGSTOWN — Fire investigators are searching for the individual who detonated a home-made
YOUNGSTOWN — Standoff suspect Bobby Mock was again in court this morning, charged with two
YOUNGSTOWN —  The Mahoning-Youngstown Community Action Partnership is continuing to
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YOUNGSTOWN — The Youngstown Historical Center, 151 W. Wood St., across from St. Columba
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