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Stories published April 17, 2012
Trumbull prosecutor to Obama: Be concerned Warren Trumbull County Prosecutor Dennis Watkins
Trumbull County Children Services Board has approved the resignation of Nick Kerosky, executive director.
Board president seeks commission input on treasurer selection Youngstown The city’ school
Browns to open season against Eagles at home The Cleveland Browns will open the 2012 NFL season
Steelers open NFL season at Denver in prime time NEW YORK (AP) — Peyton Manning’s first game as
Warren Buffett says he has early prostate cancer
Federal judge sentences men in Youngstown East Side, Campbell drug ring
Ocean Spray breaks ground on Pa. bottling plant
Ohio Dems criticize provisional ballots lawsuit
Norway killer: ‘I would have done it again’ OSLO, Norway (AP) — Norwegian gunman Anders Behring
26 arrested in luxury-car theft ring with overseas ties
Penn State says policies overseeing minors strengthened
Michigan lottery winner charged with welfare fraud LANSING, Mich. — A 25-year-old woman who
Pro-Obama super PAC runs ad bashing Mitt Romney NEW YORK (AP) — An independent group supporting
Quake tests looks for ways to shore up hospitalss SAN DIEGO (AP) — Structural engineers at the
Shot fired at officers, Niles police return deadly fire NILES Police continued to investigate
Michelle Obama to visit W.Pa. air unit set to close
OSU fraternity closed after hazing alleged
Convicted murderer at death house for execution Wednesday COLUMBUS — Condemned Portage County
And they were put there by one of the more amazing goals you will see created at full speed.
Man electrocuted in California copper theft try FONTANA, Calif. (AP) — A suspected Southern
Protests filed over new Medicaid contracts in Ohio
Ohio prepares to execute first inmate in 6 months
Forest Service in quandary about Colo. frozen cows ASPEN, Colo. (AP) — The U.S. Forest Service is
Arrests made in Boardman Township Park fight
Woman in jaywalking death wants charges dropped ATLANTA (AP) — A Georgia woman who faces criminal
Bank robbery late this morning in Ausintown
Police handcuff Ga. kindergartner for tantrum MILLEDGEVILLE, Ga. (AP) — Police in Georgia
Time change for Youngstown school board finance committee meeting
Ohio police investigate death of 15-year-old girl
Space shuttle Discovery makes final takeoff CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) — After three decades of
Ohio AG wants to help stamp out illegal use of prescription drugs
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Suspected burglar shot by Niles police officers dies
Teams search for missing Marine wife in Calif. FALLBROOK, Calif. (AP) — Sheriff’s deputies in San
Police: NJ man stole underwear from Pa. women WEST CHESTER, Pa. (AP) — Authorities say a New
Lawyer: Sex-tourism suspect killed self PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The attorney for a member of a
Pa. mom, daughter go on trial in $1M fraud case STROUDSBURG, Pa. (AP) — A mother and daughter are
AUSTINTOWN Joseph and Jacqueline Kopper of Austintown are announcing the engagement and upcoming
BOARDMAN Brandy Leigh Kelly and Virgil Ciprian Gilea, both of Canfield, are engaged and planning a
MCDONALD Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Gaul of McDonald are announcing the engagement and upcoming
Easter Egg Hunt draws 300 people NORTH JACKSON The annual Easter Egg Hunt sponsored by the
POLAND Crossword-puzzle enthusiasts will have another opportunity to showcase their puzzle prowess
Campbell Memorial High School Class of 1956 will meet for brunch at 11 a.m. Thursday at Bedford
POLAND Akron Children’s Hospital Mahoning Valley has planned a celebration to recognize those who
Years of North Side history were removed in just a couple of hours when the contents of Avalon Gardens on Belmont Avenue were sold at auction.
The Poland Board of Education will vote on pay-to-participate fees for athletics and marching band next week, after deciding on proposed fee amounts at its Monday work session.
By ED RUNYAN firstname.lastname@example.org WARREN SCOPE Inc. of Trumbull County’s board of directors has
School-board members announced a round of staff cuts that will affect mainly nonteaching employees.
By ED RUNYAN email@example.com WARREN In 1800, before Ohio was a state, there was a 3.3
Austin Cangelosi’s flip shot in overtime produced just enough magic to have the Youngstown Phantoms one win away from their first USHL playoff series win.
Lois Martin-Uscianowski no longer lives in the city, but she has a dream of creating a gardenlike atmosphere on the South Side and planted fruit trees to get that dream started.
By jeanne starmack firstname.lastname@example.org struthers The second of two men who were severely burned
By JOHN BASSETTI email@example.com CORTLAND George Lanterman resigned as Lakeview’s boys
The Penguins are trying their best to beat up the Philadelphia Flyers.
A proposed transportation fee was the focal point of a question-and-answer session among Youngstown State University President Cynthia Anderson, students and faculty.
By WILLIAM K. ALCORN firstname.lastname@example.org YOUNGSTOWN The Greater Youngstown area is in 22nd place
She had reached base by way of a walk and fielder’s choice in her previous two at bats, but when Emily Chandler stepped to the plate in the top of the seventh inning she had to get a hit.
“The Cabin in the Woods” pays homage to a very specific kind of horror movie — young people getting
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Opinion: Get teachers away from testing Are state proficiencies fool- ing parents and taxpayers? Having
By PETER H. MILLIKEN email@example.com YOUNGSTOWN A Lakeland, Fla., man, charged federally in
Editorial: Although the Youngstown city schools system shed its state-designated fiscal emergency status more
Associated Press OSLO, Norway The right-wing fanatic who confessed killing 77 people in a bomb-
Opinion: On tax day, which is today this year, everyone’s in favor of tax reform. Nobody can survive the
By PETER H. MILLIKEN firstname.lastname@example.org CLEVELAND A Canfield man has been sentenced to five
CULVER CITY, Calif. Five guitars belonging to Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers have been stolen
Today is Tuesday, April 17, the 108th day of 2012. There are 258 days left in the year.
Agenda Wednesday Youngstown City Council, 5:30 p.m., Council Chambers, city hall. Finance
By SANDY COHEN AP Entertainment Writer LOS ANGELES Will and Kate were just the warm-up for
Opinion: By Jo Becker Los Angeles Times Congolese warlord Thomas Lubanga has been found guilty in the
‘Dare to Care’ day Youngstown Youngstown Neighborhood Development Corp. and Youngstown State
Births St. Elizabeth Health Center Katherine Komazeco and Mark Vinion, Canfield, boy, April 13.
Ohio gas prices up a bit since last week COLUMBUS The price of gasoline in Ohio has risen
Opinion: Huron (Mich.) Daily Tribune: It’s been a long time since motorcycle riders have been able to drive
Panetta calls for new steps to stop assaults WASHINGTON Defense Secretary Leon Panetta
By robert Guttersohn email@example.com Liberty Township police are looking into a robbery
Associated Press WASHINGTON Senate Republicans derailed a Democratic “Buffett rule” bill
Associated Press WASHINGTON The General Services Administration inspector general said Monday
LOS ANGELES DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc., the maker of “Shrek,” “Madagascar” and “Kung Fu Panda,”
NEW YORK The Metropolitan Opera in New York has reached a landmark in its movie-theater
Selected local stocks STOCK, DIVIDENDCLOSECHANGE Aqua America, .66, 21.70 .18 Avalon
By MATTHEW PEASLEE firstname.lastname@example.org Many dreams have already come true for Poland’s Erin
By Greg Gulas email@example.com CAMPBELL Storylines are beginning to unfold and pairings taking
Associated Press NEW YORK The Associated Press won a Pulitzer Prize for investigative reporting
Associated Press BOSTON Trailing the leaders by 200 yards when the Boston Marathon slogged
Democrats in the Ohio House are asking the Republicans who control the chamber and Gov. John Kasich to consider diverting state surplus funds and part of the proceeds of a proposed fracking tax to local governments and school districts.
Associated Press COLUMBUS Supporters of an Ohio bill that would impose the nation’s strictest
Goshen Township police have identified the three individuals arrested Sunday at an oil and gas lease signing. All three are from outside the Mahoning Valley.
By BRANDON JUDEH firstname.lastname@example.org Columbiana Columbiana High’s Dakota DeAmicis has aquired
Associated Press LOS ANGELES A former computer specialist with NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Associated Press WASHINGTON Americans bought more electronics, started home- improvement
Staff report YOUNGSTOWN Police are investigating the shooting of a 15-year-old male from
By Greg Gulas email@example.com BOARDMAN For 13 years Jon Jones has been the go-to pro at the
Staff report YOUNGSTOWN After years of neighbors’ attempting to do something about the behavior
Associated Press WASHINGTON The top U.S. military officer said Monday the nation’s military
By JOHN W. GOODWIN JR. firstname.lastname@example.org YOUNGSTOWN Police are investigating several
By DAVID SKOLNICK email@example.com YOUNGSTOWN City council will consider legislation
Opinion: CARTAGENA, Colombia The big headlines at the summit of President Barack Obama and 29 other
By jeanne starmack firstname.lastname@example.org campbell Campbell officials have a wish list of projects
The Ohio Environmental Protection Agency finally has offered comment regarding Patriot Water Treatment LLC in Warren, albeit through a letter postmarked last week. OEPA previously had declined to comment on nearly all aspects regarding Patriot because of pending litigation.