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Stories published December 4, 2012
State Rep. Bob Hagan of Youngstown, D-60th, was getting his teeth cleaned in Niles on Monday when the dental hygienist told him about some medical records she had noticed along railroad tracks off of Deforest Road.
Police are investigating vandalism that occurred in Girard Cemetery on North State Street.
Effective Monday, these Mill Creek Park roads will be closed to vehicle traffic for the winter:
Lordstown Village Streets and Sidewalks Committee will have a regular meeting at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday in council chambers, 1455 Salt Springs Road SW.
Woman, 116, listed as ‘world’s oldest’ dies in Ga. MONROE, Ga. (AP) — The woman who was listed as
Court date in NY hotel maid’s suit vs Strauss-Kahn NEW YORK (AP) — A court date has been set to
FBI: Alaska barista assaulted, dismembered ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — A man who died this week in
State Sen. Joe Schiavoni of Boardman, D-33rd, on Monday announced that the State Controlling Board released more than $500,000 from the Office of Community Development to the Mahoning Valley to assist local nonprofit and local government agencies prevent homelessness.
Ohio Senate approves bill on youth concussions
Ohio pill-mill owner gets 17-plus years in prison
Chiefs' LB mentions other 'girlfriend' to police
Judge dismisses public-intoxication charge against U.S. Rep. Tim Ryan A Virginia judge dismissed
Netflix outbids pay TV for rights to Disney movies
Wisconsin football coach leaving for Arkansas
Harvard recognizes group promoting kinky sex CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (AP) — Kinky sex has been admitted
Syria says 10 dead in mortar attack on school
Niles police have photos of thief
Ohio Star Forge makes expansion plan WARREN Billy Orbach, president of Ohio Star Forge, a
Youngstown police probe East side shoot-out YOUNGSTOWN — Police are investigating a shoot-out at
Dog’s neck cut with knife in Warren WARREN One block west of the house where five dogs and four
Harrisburg, Pa., college closed after abduction
Victim identified in Salem shooting
Forbes Magazine: Youngstown-Warren-Boardman worst-paying area in US
Ohio Supreme Court gets flood-compensation case answers
Navy: No US drones missing after Iran claim
Police ID woman's body found in SW Ohio river
Nativity scene Jesus returned in Pa., replacement swiped
Witness in aggravated murder trial led from court in cuffs WARREN The Trumbull County Sheriff’s
GOP 'fiscal cliff' plan echoes failed budget talks
Witnesses sought in Jackson trial in Akron, testimony resumes Wednesday
2 men arraigned on murder, kidnapping charges
Ohio House makes changes to laws governing psychologists
Arraignments in cases of murder and kidnapping YOUNGSTOWN A man accused of murder and another
US home prices rise in October by most in 6 years
Ohio illnesses due to meningitis outbreak now at 19
Boardman police dispatchers participating in Angel Giving Tree
Democrats take aim at bid to privatize Pa. lottery
US bank earnings up 6.6 pct., most in 6 years
Program to help Ohio schools teach founding documents
NJ mayor Booker set for food stamp challenge
Accused killer of child is competent to stand trial YOUNGSTOWN A Mahoning County Common Pleas
Radio calls show concern about Cleveland police chase
Lordstown streets and sidewalks committee meets Wednesday
Holiday-tasting event Saturday on Youngstown's North Side
After Sandy, NYC pins housing hope on repairs
Israel to advance east Jerusalem building plans
Ohio gives money to Valley organizations to help the homeless
Columbus pays $150K to settle harassment claim
Columbus man shot in head walks into East Liverpool hospital
Junior women choose new league officers POLAND Boardman-Poland Junior Women’s League officers
Campbell Memorial High School Classes of 1942 will have a 70th reunion Jan. 3 at TJ’s Restaurant,
CINCINNATI St. Monica Church of St. George Parish provided the setting for the Sept. 1 exchange of
YOUNGSTOWN St. Christine Church provided the setting of the Oct. 6 exchange of vows between
By BURTON SPEAKMAN firstname.lastname@example.org LORDSTOWN Sales of the Chevrolet Cruze were up 27 percent in November, continuing a string of four-consecutive strong months for the Lordstown-built vehicle.
By CHRIS COTELESSE TheNewsOutlet.org NILES The alarms meant to protect Eva Gorosics were quiet the night of April 9, when the 84-year-old Alzheimers patient walked out of Grace Woods Senior Living in Niles, into the cold, and to her death.
By CAITLIN COOK TheNewsOutlet.org On a given day, Brienne Allison, 41, may be getting ready for a date with her boyfriend, entertaining a friend or listening to Van Halen on her stereo.
youngstown By WILLIAM K. ALCORN email@example.com YOUNGSTOWN The Youngstown District Board of Health has submitted a corrective-action plan to the Ohio Department of Health that the city’s acting commissioner, Erin M. Bishop, believes will preserve the local health department’s food-service inspection program.
By JAMISON COCKLIN firstname.lastname@example.org BROOKFIELD Tim May grows long- winded when he talks about his plans to open a diner on Warren-Sharon Road, at the corner of a vast and mostly vacant lot where the Valley View Antique Mall and Expo Center once stood.
Sefcik, Thompson lead offense By Ryan Buck email@example.com AUSTINTOWN Basketball minds often emphasize the importance of strong guard play when predicting success for the teams they study.
By DENISE DICK firstname.lastname@example.org Youngstown With costs to save the front portion prohibitive, the city has taken steps to demolish the entire Paramount Theatre.
By JOE SCALZO email@example.com YOUNGSTOWN If Jerry Slocum has his way, Saturday’s game against Hiram at the Covelli Centre could be the basketball equivalent of a plate of nachos before a steak dinner.
Akron native will grace cover for the 18th time Associated Press MIAMI
By susan tebben firstname.lastname@example.org austintown A crossing guard was hit by a car and injured while directing traffic in front of Watson Elementary School in Austintown.
By DENISE DICK email@example.com cleveland For the second time in four months, Cuyahoga County prosecutors are asking a judge to revoke the bond of a Poland native accused in the poisoning death of his third wife.
Associated Press BEREA Browns coach Pat Shurmur has already developed thick skin. Now, he’s bulking up his record.
Staff report YOUNGSTOWN An assistant Mahoning County prosecutor is recommending a 16-year prison term for a Boardman man who pleaded guilty to attempted murder, felonious assault and kidnapping in the June 3 stabbing of his estranged wife.
Associated Press PITTSBURGH Larry Foote has no illusions about the Pittsburgh Steelers catching the Baltimore Ravens to win the AFC North even after Sunday’s emotionally charged 23-20 victory over their bitter rivals.
Brandy Burgess, left, and Amy Rigby show off the yarn ornaments made and sold at Farmer Casey’s Ranch in Coitsville. The facility is operated by the Purple Cat, which provides day-program alternatives to adults with physical and mental challenges.
Births St. Elizabeth Health Center Rachel Johnson, Youngstown, girl, Dec. 2. Chuck and
By JAMISON COCKLIN firstname.lastname@example.org Canfield Farmers National Bank now will count itself
The top five concert tours, ranked by average box office gross per city. Includes the average
Opinion: By Michael Hiltzik Los Angeles Times It would be bad enough if the purveyors of economic and
Staff report YOUNGSTOWN The Youngstown Lions Club has added the Howard Hanna Real Estate
By DAVID BAUDER AP Television Writer NEW YORK Television viewers were once called couch
Editorial: It’s not surprising that Maryland- based Navy Friends Inc., owner of the former Ohio Leather Works
Opinion: By Ezatullah Latifi Institute for War & Peace Reporting TARIN KOWT, Afghanistan Uruzgan
CAMPBELL Conference: All-American Conference National Division 2011-12 record: 0-20. Head
Staff report MINERAL RIDGE Weathersfield Township trustees have hired former township clerk
Agenda Wednesday Youngstown City Council, 5:30 p.m., council chambers, city hall. Finance
birthdays Game-show host Wink Martindale is 79. Singer Freddy Cannon is 76. Actor-producer-
By ED RUNYAN email@example.com WARREN A Warren police sergeant who agreed to a three-month
Today is Tuesday, Dec. 4, the 339th day of 2012. There are 27 days left in the year. ASSOCIATED
By BRANDON JUDEH firstname.lastname@example.org For many, the ’90s are a distant memory, it’s boom
By Greg gulas email@example.com STRUTHERS The Struthers High School girls’ basketball team is a
newsmakers ‘Bachelorette’ weds her boyfriend NEW YORK Ashley Hebert no longer is a
By MARC KOVAC firstname.lastname@example.org COLUMBUS Gov. John Kasich continued to seek “strong support” for
Associated Press NEW YORK Johnny Manziel and Manti Te’o are in position to make Heisman Trophy
INSIDE vThe Cleveland Cavaliers fall to the Detroit Pistons, B3
Associated Press FORT WORTH, Texas The military’s highest court ousted the judge in the Fort
By JAMISON COCKLIN email@example.com BOARDMAN In October, Burke Decor opened its doors to
By jeanne starmack firstname.lastname@example.org campbell City administrators and police union
By SAMANTHA CRITCHELL AP Fashion Writer NEW YORK Young downtown designer Alexander Wang is
By JAMISON COCKLIN email@example.com LORDSTOWN General Motors announced late Monday that
Horizon League selects YSU’s Shar’Rae Davis Indianapolis Youngstown State freshman point guard
By ED RUNYAN firstname.lastname@example.org WARREN Two people were hit by gunfire in two Sunday incidents,
By susan tebben email@example.com austintown Several candidates are interested in being the
Associated Press NEW YORK Flu season in the U.S. is off to its earliest start in nearly a decade
From staff and wire reports The deer harvest in Mahoning and Trumbull counties during Ohio’s
CRESTVIEW Conference: Inter Tri-County League Tier One 2011-12 record: 16-7. Head coach: Rick
Opinion: By Cokie Roberts and Steven V. ROBERTS Universal Features Syndicate “The only pledge I’d sign
Opinion: Ohio’s keeping bad company Cleveland Plain Dealer: An Ohio House committee risks shaming the state
Police investigate missing funds BOARDMAN Police are investigating why the Sunset Knoll Condo
Associated Press JERUSALEM Israel rejected a wave of American and European condemnations Monday
Los Angeles Times LOS ANGELES The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is getting a new chief executive,
Selected local stocks STOCK, DIVIDENDCLOSECHANGE Aqua America, .70, 25.33 —.21 Avalon
Associated Press LONDON The most widely anticipated pregnancy since Princess Diana’s in 1981 is
US manufacturing shrinks to 3-year low WASHINGTON U.S. manufacturing shrank in November to its
By Greg Gulas firstname.lastname@example.org BOARDMAN The Hope Foundation of the Mahoning Valley was founded
Associated Press LANDOVER, MD Robert Griffin III threw for one touchdown and had a fumble turn
Associated Press VATICAN CITY Benedict XVI, the pope known for his hefty volumes of theology and
Associated Press AUBURN HILLS, MICH. Brandon Knight scored 17 points, Kyle Singler and Tayshaun
Associated Press WASHINGTON The White House and its allies are weighing military options to
Opinion: Amid all the political and media hoopla about the “fiscal cliff” crisis, there are a few facts that
IF YOU GO What: Santa’s Workshop craft fair, which features a variety of small-gift holiday items
Staff report INDIANAPOLIS The Youngstown State women’s basketball team battled through 37
Gacy’s blood could help solve murders CHICAGO Detectives have long wondered what secrets serial
Staff report POLAND The Poland Library will remained closed through Wednesday while more
“It still makes my head spin. It has been crazy; it has been nuts. That’s the only way to explain
Steelers vs. CHARGERS When: Sunday; kickoff at 1 p.m. Where: Heinz Field, Pittsburgh Radio:
Associated Press Nashville, TENN. Former New York Yankees owner Jacob Ruppert, longtime umpire
oddly enough Deer get onto racetrack; announcer plays along WASHINGTON, Pa. Spectators who
courts MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Carlton D. Frederick, 51, of 2525 Ohio Ave., Unit 2,
Woman found dead SALEM Columbiana County Sheriff’s Department is investigating a shooting south