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F.N.B. dodges bad loan snags

HERMITAGE, Pa. — F.N.B. Corp. said it has avoided problems with bad loans that have hit other

Columbiana Co. airport poised to better its taxiways

MADISON — Before the snow flies, the Columbiana County Airport Authority plans to improve its

3 men are charged in Niles standoff

NILES — Three Pratt Street men have been charged after a 21 „2-hour standoff on

5 pit bulls returned; they weren't trained to fight

YOUNGSTOWN — The owners of five pit bulls seized by Mahoning County officials and city police

Trumbull Co. clerk's office veteran charged with theft

WARREN — The Trumbull County Prosecutor’s Office has charged a 17-year employee of the

Mahoning juvenile day-reporting program returns

YOUNGSTOWN — The day-reporting program for youth who are at risk for juvenile delinquency has

Walgreens 'Community Day' event is Saturday

BOARDMAN — Walgreens "Community Day" event is from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at the store at

Lt. gov: "There is no more important part of Ohio than the Mahoning Valley"

YOUNGSTOWN — In a visit to this city, Lt. Gov. Lee Fisher said “there is no more

Five became citizens

YOUNGSTOWN — Six people became citiznes this week during a naturalization ceremony conducted

The Forum Health strike notice is recinded

YOUNGSTOWN — Union officials said sufficient progress was made during an 18-hour negotiating

Delphi union sets strike date

A union representing workers at Delphi Corp. plants in the Mahoning Valley said it has taken the

Sharon restaurant employee robbed

SHARON, Pa. — A man wielding a gun robbed an employee of 3 By the River complex this morning.

State rep. to meet Saturday with constituents

COLUMBIANA — State Rep. Linda Bolon will meet with constituents from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

St. Vincent de Paul to fix its dining hall

YOUNGSTOWN — The St. Vincent de Paul Society’s dining hall is undergoing a $71,500

Rate increase would fund automated gas meters

Natural gas bills appear to be headed up again, only this time it has nothing to do with the cost of

Suspect in shooting of federal agent appears in court

YOUNGSTOWN — A $4 million bond has been set for the man accused of shooting a federal agent.

Home-made bomb unleashed on West Side property

YOUNGSTOWN — Fire investigators are searching for the individual who detonated a home-made

Mock charged with two additional felonies

YOUNGSTOWN — Standoff suspect Bobby Mock was again in court this morning, charged with two

Home cooling help is available

YOUNGSTOWN —  The Mahoning-Youngstown Community Action Partnership is continuing to

Google’s disappointing 2nd-quarter profit reminds Wall Street whose in charge

Eds: PMs. UPDATES with open trading. AP Photo FX110, SNV102, SNV103 By MICHAEL LIEDTKE AP

Historical center schedules scavenger hunt

YOUNGSTOWN — The Youngstown Historical Center, 151 W. Wood St., across from St. Columba

CLUB CALENDAR | Meetings keep area groups busy

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Podcasts News Podcast for July 20, 2007