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Police arrested two Youngstown men in their early twenties Sunday afternoon who are believed to have opened fire at an off-campus house, killing one man ...
Stories published February 6, 2011
The Green Bay Packers defeated the Pittsburgh Steelers 31-25 in Super XLV. Read the story and all
By JOE SCALZO firstname.lastname@example.org mineral ridge Once again, the Lowellville Rockets earned the
Police arrested two Youngstown men in their early twenties Sunday afternoon who are believed to have opened fire at an off-campus house, killing one man and injuring 11 others early Sunday.
VICTIMS’ LIST Dead and wounded The Youngstown Police Department has released this list of the
Local health departments are using a new service offered by the Ohio Department of Health that enables residents to purchase certified copies of Ohio birth certificates regardless of the county in which the birth occurred.
David Lighty scored 19 points and Jared Sullinger had 18 points and 13 rebounds to help top-ranked Ohio State remain unbeaten with an 82-69 victory over No. 18 Minnesota on Sunday.
The resignation of the former chief of the prosecutor’s office criminal division will mean changes in the Mahoning County prosecutor’s office.
Just last month, however, Boardman police took a report from a woman who said her husband married another woman.
NEW MIDDLETOWN Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Flaherty of New Middletown celebrated their 50th wedding
Anniversary Mass honors the Hamrocks austintown Mr. and Mrs. StephenHamrock of Austintown were
YOUNGSTOWN Leland E. Clegg, 93, was honored by the Knights Templar at a recent awards banquet of
Canfield Chapter 3104, AARP, will meet at 1 p.m. Monday at Canfield Presbyterian Church. Blood
CANFIELD Second Chance Animal Rescue has scheduled its 11th annual Night at the Races from 7 to 11
MAHONING COUNTY Celtic Healthcare offers hot, nutritious meals weekdays at seven locations in
Goldmans in the Southern Park Mall, Sears side, will participate in a For the Dogs Fundraiser from noon to 5 p.m. Feb. 12 and 13.
Austintown Senior Center, 100 Westchester Drive, Austintown, Monday, blood pressure screenings 9:30
Fortnightly IV has scheduled a game night for 7 p.m. with Patty Orenic as hostess. Melinda Varner and Patty Yank will be co-hostesses.
By Kathy Mitchell and Marcy Sugar Dear Annie: My wife and I have been married for 21 years. We hit
MONDAY Mau Mil, an auxiliary of Miriam Chapter 278, OES, will meet at noon at Friendly’s
OUT-OF-TOWN BIRTHS Capt. Michael and Jacqueline (Corso) Schiemer of North Las Vegas are announcing
The 15th annual “Mad About the Arts” evening of fine spirits, food, art and music will be presented
An architectural study recommends nearly $11 million in upgrades to the century-old Main Library at Wick and Rayen avenues.
The house at 535 Brookpark Drive is well-known throughout the community as “the filthy house,” but that’s about to change.
The company that purchased a building at the Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport’s western edge in 2009 will sell the building to the authority — at the price it paid for the building and improvements.
Mahoning County Treasurer Lisa A. Antonini is proposing that the county commissioners authorize establishment of a county land reutilization corporation, known as a land bank.
Fervent followers of Ohio State football turned out by the hundreds at the Eastwood Mall on Saturday for a two-hour autograph session with four of the team’s graduating seniors.
Vendors filling the Chestnut Room of Youngstown State University’s Kilcawley Center aimed to give community members access to products they can’t find elsewhere.
Howland came out on top at the conclusion of the Eastern Ohio Wrestling League tournament on Saturday at Salem High School.
Adrien German calls the paralyzing gunshot to his head 20 years ago the best thing that ever happened to him.
YSU played toe-to-toe with the Horizon League contenders By TOM WILLIAMS email@example.com
A national junk-removal business is looking for someone from the area to head a franchise in the city.
Associated Press CLEVELAND The losing streak has been long, painful and embarrassing. It’s now
The Parent Pathways program tries to provide families with what they need.
Candidates running in the May 3 primary election and issues on that ballot had to file with their respective boards of elections by last Wednesday.
Republicans now running the House are barely touching Congress’ generous own budget even as they take a cleaver to many domestic agencies.
Ten Catholic Church leaders in Ohio signed a statement urging the state to stop using the death penalty
The leadership of Egypt’s ruling party stepped down Saturday as the military figures spearheading the transition tried to placate protesters.
Police fired at an angry crowd of 1,000 attacking the police station in the northwestern town of Kef on Saturday, killing two people and injuring 17 others.
Rhona Levy has her burial planned out. She’ll be cremated, her ashes will be divided into two bright-red urns, and she’ll be taken to the cemetery.
Police arrested a man and charged him with discharging a firearm within city limits after a neighbor’s complaint.
He’s new to the company, but the CEO and president of Hynes Industries in Austintown is already familiar with the work ethic and reputation of his staff.
A woman and three children ages 1, 5 and 10 made it out of a burning house safely Saturday evening.
Health-care fraud once was a faceless crime. Now it has a mug shot, even a smile.
A new U.S.-Russia nuclear-arms-control treaty went into effect Saturday.
NFL commissioners can’t root, so Roger Goodell will just sit back and smile as he watches this Super Bowl.
Hackers broke into a Nasdaq service that handles confidential communications for some 300 corporations, the company said Saturday.
When Mike McKay noticed pockets of brown water as a Canadian Coast Guard cutter broke through Lake Erie ice, he assumed mud had clouded the water.
Relay For Life events give people in teams of 10 to 15 an opportunity to come together to not only raise income, but to take a united stand in the fight to save lives from cancer.
A man was arrested after he purportedly stabbed and cut his wife with a kitchen knife and a machete, state police in New Castle said.
Vienna Township Neighborhood Watch will have Jeff Adler, an assistant Trumbull County prosecutor, as guest speaker at 7 p.m. Feb. 14 in Vienna Town Hall.
Author/counselor to sign ‘Lost No More’ WARREN Author and counselor Marilyn Burns of Boardman
STOCK, DIVIDENDCLOSECHANGE: Aqua America, .62, 23.41 .02; Avalon Holdings,2.90—.09; Avalon Holdings,2.90—.09
Opinion: On the centenary of Ronald Reagan’s birth, I pause for another historic event: agreement with
Opinion: Ohio Supreme Court Justice Paul Pfeifer wants Gov. John Kasich and the Ohio Legislature to end
Editorial: Though the 20 homicides last year in Youngstown are still too many for a city with a population of
Editorial: One break too many already Last May when Bryce D. Burke was sentenced to what most people would
By Ellen Creager Detroit Free Press From western Louisiana down to the Texas coastal bend,
Q. I have a lengthy history of urinary-tract infections (UTIs) that occur approximately every five
On a day when the Wisconsin-Green Bay women’s basketball team honored its alumni and first coach, the current team showed that the program is still in pretty good hands.
Associated Press DALLAS Deion Sanders always was Prime Time. Now he’s all-time. Sanders and
Curbstoners BOARDMAN The Curbstone Coaches Association will meet on Monday at noon at the Blue
“elmo’s green thumb” By JOHN BENSON firstname.lastname@example.org Considering recycling and
In honor of Super Bowl Sunday, here is a list of five of the best football movies of the last four
By TOM WILLIAMS email@example.com Two years ago when the Pittsburgh Steelers were preparing to
End-user software products are usually either applications or utilities. Applications are mostly
By Rich Heldenfels McClatchy Newspapers Q. On A&E, I liked watching a show called “Billy the
Ya gotta hand it to these snow lovers — they sure know how to turn what the rest of us merely
By GREG GULAS firstname.lastname@example.org Youngstown Dubuque scored three unanswered goals then withstood
By JOE SCALZO email@example.com Howland’s Dick Angle got one of the biggest honors of his
Birds, tourists spend languid days on Texas Gulf coast By Ellen Creager Detroit Free Press
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McClatchy Newspapers Stop the presses! I interrupt this column with an important update:
I’d like to make a case for a bowler’s consideration for the Youngstown Bowling Association Hall of
Q. I have a 25-GB-per-month Internet plan. I have set up my Blu-ray player to my router via an
Where to put clutter? How to store extra dishes or clothes or memorabilia? These are questions
Experts offer ideas for green thumbs to keep busy while waiting for spring By Mary Beth
HARDCOVER FICTION 1. “Tick Tock” by James Patterson & Michael Ledwidge (Little, Brown) 2. “The
After years of watching Muslims portrayed as terrorists in mainstream TV and movies, an advocacy group hopes to change that image.
Mixologists are being sought to enter Polish-Youngstown’s second annual Vodka Cocktail Contest.
Current prices are recorded from antiques shows, flea markets, sales and auctions throughout the United States. Prices vary in different locations because of local economic conditions.
Staff report MORGANTOWN, W.Va. Campbell native Chris Hazimihalis remained undefeated Friday
HandsOn Volunteer Network of the Valley, a United Way Agency, is the local resource for volunteer recruitment, placement and management for people of all ages and abilities in the Mahoning Valley.
Opinion: County pay raises defy logic We live in a city that now has more poverty and homeless than it has
JumpStart Inclusion Advisors and Charter One Bank will host the second and final session in a minority business series at Youngstown State University.
Poland school board, work session, 6 p.m., high school library.
Anyone interested in volunteering as a van driver to transport veterans to the Butler VA Hospital or the Lawrence County VA Clinic should attend a meeting from 2 to 4 p.m. Feb. 21.
The FBI/Mahoning Valley Violent Crimes Task Force is asking the public’s help in finding the fugitive of the week
The good news is that slowly, but surely, the number of new people filing for unemployment insurance is going down a little.
Time Warner Cable recently recognized 10 employees from Northeast Ohio as winners of the company’s Mission & Values Performance (MVP) Award program.
The Villa Maria farm will begin a CSA, or community sustained agriculture program, this summer.
Today is Sunday, Feb. 6, the 37th day of 2011. There are 328 days left in the year. ASSOCIATED
Lawyers for U.S. student Amanda Knox and her ex-boyfriend have demanded that U.S. television channel Lifetime scrap a planned film about their trial.
COURTS COLUMBIANA COUNTY NEW COMPLAINTS Riverwalk Holdings v. Steve Wilson, money. CACH v.
Opinion: Dan Gilbert, owner of the Cleveland Cavaliers, founder of Quicken Loans and the developer of two Las
Blood Drives today St. Elizabeth Health Center Donor Room, 1044 Belmont Ave., Youngstown, 9 a.m.
BIRTHS Forum Health Northside Medical Center Diem Nguyen and Tuyen Hanh Diep Nguyen, Boardman,
Opinion: If we had the passion of the Egyptians, how would we address our Mahoning County leaders? I think
By JOE SCALZO firstname.lastname@example.org YOUNGSTOWN In 1989, a relatively unknown college assistant from
Youngstown native and 1999 Chaney High School graduate Robert A. Rudolph was promoted to the rank of Marine Corps gunnery sergeant.
GREGG ALLMAN Album: “Low Country Blues” (Rounder) Grade: A It was the blues that first
F.N.B. Corporation announced three executive promotions recently approved by its board of directors.