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Lawyer analyzes Oakhill case on Louie Friday

Atty. Damian Billak, one of the lawyers involved with Mahoning County's Oakhill case against the

Indictments follow crime spree, motel standoff

YOUNGSTOWN – Bobby Mock, captured July 18 after a nine-hour standoff at a Liberty motel, has

Hung jury in Youngstown murder case

YOUNGSTOWN — A 10-woman, two-man jury was unable to reach a unanimous verdict after 2 1/2 days

Judge orders check for Oakhill be paid

YOUNGSTOWN — Mahoning County Auditor Michael Sciortino has printed the $75,000 check for the

Death of man in apartment fire ruled homicide

YOUNGSTOWN — The death of Stanley J. Makarski Jr. has been ruled a homicide by Mahoning County

Mahoning County TB levy expected to be on fall ballot

AUSTINTOWN — Tuberculosis still exists in Mahoning County, not in large numbers, but enough so

TMH and cancer center OK collaborative deal

WARREN — An affiliation between Trumbull Memorial Hospital and University Hospitals’

Commissioner needs time to study rate proposals

WARREN — Trumbull County commissioners have held off on instituting new water and sewer rates

Students provide input on retaining young professionals

YOUNGSTOWN — Fifteen graduate students from the University of Michigan’s urban planning

In the limelight

Awards and achievements of area residents and companies: BOARDMAN — Michael Kernan, president

People on the move

Career moves by area residents: BANKING Scott D. Free, senior vice president and corporate

Trumbull sheriff's administrators appeal pay-raise reductions

WARREN — Two of the administrators in the Trumbull County Sheriff’s Department whose

West Side fire caused roof collapse, family had to move

YOUNGSTOWN — Occupants of a house at 129 N. Evanston Ave. had to make other living

Fire at vacant bar early today

YOUNGSTOWN — The cause of a fire at a vacant bar at 1710 Poland Ave. at 3:20 a.m. today is

Cheap gas alert! | $2.720 in Hubbard

The cheapest gas in the area today is $2.720 at the Flying J on 2226 N. Main Street in Hubbard,

Plans for new East Library unveiled

YOUNGSTOWN — A teen room, café, meeting spaces and an early literacy area will

Sebring Library to close for renovations

SEBRING — The Sebring Library, 195 W. Ohio Ave., will be closed Aug. 3 through Aug. 26 as it News Podcast for July 26, 2007

The podcast for Thursday, July 26, is available in the file below. Hear the day’s

OUT-OF-TOWN BIRTHS | Former residents share good news

<em>This column is reserved for out-of-town births of local interest. See page A-2 for a daily

ENGAGEMENTS | Couples plan to marry

Wedding plans for the following couples are announced in the Society Section of today's

Fashion, hat show at McGuffey Centre

YOUNGSTOWN — The Nurses Guild of Phillips Memorial Missionary Baptist Church, 1407 Victor

Guild to sponsor project for troops

WARREN — The Niles Chapter of the American Sewing Guild will host a “Sit-n-Sew”

New course chosen for golf outing

CANFIELD — The Kensington Golf Club at Westford Community, between state Route 11 and

Podcasts News Podcast for July 26, 2007