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MADELYN P. HASTINGS | THE VINDICATOR Ella Horne, 2, daughter of Bryan and Holly Horne of Canfield, was a little overwhelmed during her visit Sunday ...
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Shooting probed in Columbiana County
Ohio deer-hunting season ends
Police: Pa. man shot ex-wife as she played organ at church
Judge removed in Fort Hood shooting rampage case
GOP issues new 'fiscal cliff' offer to Obama
Woman's body found floating in river in SW Ohio
GM Lordstown holiday shutdown to start one week early LORDSTOWN General Motors announced late
Ohio pill-mill owner gets 12-plus years in prison
Ohio to investigate source of alcohol in wrecks
Judge: Humane Society can join Ohio exotics suit
YSU's Slocum: Covelli Centre game could eventually draw Notre Dame, Michigan State.
Mill Creek Parks closed Dec. 10 for winter
Procedures are key in deadly Cleveland shooting
Two hit by gunfire in weekend Warren incidents WARREN Two people were hit by gunfire, and four
Boardman man pleads guilty to attempted murder YOUNGSTOWN A Boardman man has pleaded guilty to
Salem zoning appeals board meets today Salem The Salem City Board of Zoning Appeals will meet at
Farmer's added to MSCI Micro Cap Index
Pitt gets $11M grant from Gates for HIV research
Keyes, 34, also indicated he killed four others in Washington state and one person in New York state, but didn’t give the victims’ names, authorities said.
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — A new eight-mile parkway spanning communities in Philadelphia’s northern suburbs is set to open Monday afternoon.
The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center in Cincinnati says the Rev. Fred Shuttlesworth and journalist Nicholas Kristof will be the eighth and ninth recipients of its International Freedom Conductor Award.
WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. and allied intelligence have detected Syrian movement of chemical weapons components in recent days, a senior U.S. defense official said Monday, as the Obama administration again warned the Assad regime against using chemical weapons on Syrian rebels.
Opinion: Letters to the editor
Occupants flee early morning house fire
Cruze sales up 29 percent in November
Hubbard library plans fundraiser HUBBARD Hubbard Public Library, 436 W. Liberty St., will offer
CRAFT SHOWS First Baptist Church of Howland, 8957 E. Market St., Warren, is sponsoring a Crafters
TODAY YOUNGSTOWN: Cardinal’s Nest Christmas Open House and Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony, 3:15
Kennedy Center honors Letterman, Led Zeppelin, Hoffman, others Associated Press WASHINGTON
MADELYN P. HASTINGS | THE VINDICATOR Ella Horne, 2, daughter of Bryan and Holly Horne of Canfield, was a little overwhelmed during her visit Sunday with Santa Claus at the Wintertime Barn gathering at the Mill Creek MetroParks Farm.
By ALYSSA LENHOFF and TIM FRANCISCO TheNewsOutlet.org STOW At 7:30 a.m. Jan. 30, there was a commotion at Stow Glen Health Care Center, a nursing home for about 100 residents on Kent Road in Stow.
By ALYSSA LENHOFF and Doug Livingston The News Outlet BOARDMAN As an ombudsman for the Area Agency on Aging, John Saulitis sees the best and the worst in Northeast Ohio’s nursing facilities.
By DAVID SKOLNICK email@example.com YOUNGSTOWN A city councilwoman is sponsoring an ordinance to ban injection wells in Youngstown even though she and other officials say the proposal is unenforceable.
By MATTHEW PEASLEE firstname.lastname@example.org YOUNGSTOWN Attention Ursuline High School freshman: there is not a swimming pool on the fourth floor. Or is there?
By Ashley Luthern email@example.com NORTH LIMA This holiday season, Beaver Township is thank-ful for a new police dog — and, in a way, for the criminals who paid for him.
Associated Press BALTIMORE Because there’s still some life in the 37-year-old arm of Charlie Batch, the Pittsburgh Steelers remain alive in the AFC North.
By DENISE DICK firstname.lastname@example.org Youngstown Student mobility — students who move into and out of school districts for reasons other than promotion — is higher in urban districts such as Youngstown, linking to lower test scores, according to a recent study.
Associated Press OAKLAND, CALIF. Nursing a three-point lead and backed up to the shadow of his own goal posts, rookie Brandon Weeden engineered a touchdown drive that gave the Cleveland Browns a happy plane ride home for a change and hope for a much brighter future.
Associated Press NEW YORK On one side, a blossoming dynasty from the college football capital of the Deep South. On the other, the sport’s most famous team, trying to reclaim its place among the elite.
By ED RUNYAN email@example.com NILES Many people have heard of foster parenting and adoption of children through a county Children Services agency, but what is treatment foster parenting?
By WILLIAM K. ALCORN firstname.lastname@example.org SEBRING Copeland Oaks and Crandall Medical Center has added Memory Lane, a new memory-care wing, to meet the needs of the growing Alzheimer’s and dementia population.
By JOE SCALZO email@example.com A little more than a week ago, Mike McGlynn’s wife, Megan, was watching the local news in Indianapolis when she saw a news story about a local school teacher whose minivan was robbed while she made her final Black Friday stop at Menard’s.
COURTS TRUMBULL COUNTY Marriage licenses Jared M. Kohn, 25, of 200 Snyder Way, Apt. 55,
By FRAZIER MOORE and LYNN ELBER AP Television Writers A TV show DVD set represents more than a
Today is Monday, Dec. 3, the 338th day of 2012. There are 28 days left in the year. ASSOCIATED
Agenda Tuesday Ellsworth Township ZoningSFlbBoard, workshop, 7 p.m., township administration
Opinion: If everyone in America had read Stephen Moore’s new book, ”Who’s The Fairest of Them All?”, Barack
Associated Press SANDUSKY Cedar Point says it plans to spend about $60 million over the next
Columbus Dispatch WASHINGTON Call it this decade’s Y2K — except this time, there truly is
Report: Delta mulls stake in Virgin NEW YORK Delta Air Lines Inc. is mulling the purchase of a
“A big part of who I am comes from how I grew up with my father (Ron). He was a high school coach
Opinion: Republicans are shooting themselves in the foot with a campaign to prevent U.N. Ambassador Susan
Editorial: Time after time it has been shown that two wrongs don’t make a right in the Middle East, so yet
Associated Press DOHA, Qatar Highlighting a rift between the rich countries and emerging
Associated Press SEATTLE In the late-1980s heyday of the anti-drug “Just Say No” campaign, a man
Associated Press SHARON, PA. As U.S. authorities continue a long legal battle to deport a former
Associated Press MADRID Disabled people took to the streets of Madrid on Sunday in the latest
End of the world? YOUNGSTOWN The Maya Prophecy and predictions of the end of the world this
Los Angeles Times After reports of widespread sexual abuse of children in the late 1980s, several
Selected local stocks STOCK, DIVIDENDCLOSECHANGE Aqua America, .66, 25.54 .13 Avalon
Rank of Notre Dame in the final BCS football standings and in team graduation rates. It is the first
Staff report YOUNGSTOWN Michael Garvey of Canfield, president and chief executive of M-7
Associated Press MILWAUKEE “Red Nose” just meant a reindeer named Rudolph to Karen Mallet until
“blake shelton’s not so family christmas” (10:01 P.M., ABC): “Blake Shelton’s Not So Family
steelers 23 ravens20 Next: Steelers vs. San Diego, Sunday, 1 p.m.
Los Angeles Times LOS ANGELES Wendy Aylsworth fixed her eyes on a screen at the Landmark theater
oddly enough Pa. chicken-rant victims don’t show for hearing POINT MARION, Pa. A district
birthdays Director Jean-Luc Godard is 82. Singer Jaye P. Morgan (“The Gong Show”) is 81. Actress
“Killing Them Softly” is a dark comedy about low-level gangsters and thugs, set squarely within the
Associated Press WASHINGTON Republicans have to stop using “political math” and say how much
‘epic mickey 2: the power of two’ Grade: D Details: Disney, for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3,
newsmakers ‘Twilight,’ ‘Skyfall’ still top picks for fans LOS ANGELES The “Twilight” finale
bcs Final standings 1. Notre Dame1.000 2. Alabama.9100 3. Florida.9441 4. Oregon.8984
Associated Press KANSAS CITY, MO People were coming and going Sunday from a house where a day
Chiefs 27, Panthers 21 KANSAS CITY, MO. Brady Quinn threw for 201 yards and two touchdowns, and
Births St. Elizabeth Health Center Adam and Ashley Brett, Youngstown, girl, Dec. 1. Jonathan
Opinion: By Wayne Madsen McClatchy-Tribune WASHINGTON The canard that President Obama is anti-business
Associated Press CAIRO Egypt’s highest court joined a judicial rebellion against President
Staff report YOUNGSTOWN A 35-year-old man charged with the kidnapping and abduction of his 3
Buffalo Bills Donald Jones, WR, YSU — was not active in Buffalo’s 34-18 win over Jacksonville.
Matchup: YSU (5-1) at IUPUI (4-3) Tip-off: 7 p.m. at the IUPUI Gymnasium. Radio: WKBN-AM 570.
BOARDMAN Division: I Coach: Terry O’Hallaran Top players: Boys: Ryan Bailey, Tyler Calpin,
BIG TEN Nebraska RB Braylon Heard, Soph., Mooney — rushed six times for 28 yards and a TD in
Associated Press RAMALLAH, West Bank The Palestinian president returned triumphantly to the West
Los Angeles Times PASADENA, CALIF. Rose Bowl officials are seeing red, but not because they’re
No. 9 Kentucky 48, No. 6 Louisville 47 LOUISVILLE, KY. Janee Thompson scored 13 points,
AMERICAN CONFERENCE East WLTPctPFPA y-New England930.750430260 N.Y. Jets570.417228296
Knicks 106, Suns 99 NEW YORK Carmelo Anthony scored 34 points and the Knicks ran their best home
3rd storm in days drenches N. Calif. SAN FRANCISCO Residents of Northern California endured the
browns 20 Oakland17 Next: Browns vs. Chiefs, Sunday, 1 p.m.
Crestview girls, Lowellville boys win Ashley Harrison scored 26 points and Morgan Neubauer added
Opinion: WASHINGTON In 2007, Keith John Sampson, a middle-aged student working his way through Indiana