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Suspected killer Robert McLaughlin was found dead Thursday.
Stories published February 9, 2012
The Animal Welfare Shelter, 545 Brunstetter Road SW, Lordstown, needs medium and large wood or igloo doghouses.
Police say an Ohio man who stuck his 3-year-old son in a clothes dryer as punishment and then turned it on is facing child endangerment charges.
Va. moves forward to let agencies bar gay adoption RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — The Virginia state Senate
Marine sergeant not guilty in hazing case KANEOHE BAY, Hawaii (AP) — A military jury has found a
The House of Representatives overwhelmingly approved a bill Thursday to curb insider trading by members of Congress and the executive branch, but not without the usual political acrimony that’s become a staple of Capitol Hill.
Got protest? Music mogul Simmons mad over milk ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — Music mogul Russell Simmons
Fla. mogul, facing trial, adopts his girlfriend WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (AP) — A millionaire polo
Jury finds man guilty of attempted murder in ND FARGO, N.D. (AP) — A man accused of bringing a
Mahoning Valley new-car sales dropped 10 percent in January
Croom and Shorter found guilty in Belleria Pizza robbery
Rate on 30-year mortgage stays at record low 3.87 percent
TV personality Jack Hanna shocked Ohio has yet to crackdown on exotic animals
Emergency exercise preceded Ind. fair disaster INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — A state agency’s report says
Play 'To Be Young, Gifted and Black' performed this weekend at Playhouse
VP Biden touts nation's economic resilency at Ohio stop
Canadian family members rescued from Pacific ocean HONOLULU (AP) — Three members of a Canadian
Judge slams critics of Texas school prayer ruling SAN ANTONIO (AP) — A federal judge blasted by
Police: 6-year-old boy started double-fatal Pa. blaze
Happy Hearts set date for valentine fundraiser YOUNGSTOWN Happy Hearts Jr. Croatian Tamburitzans
Springfield Twp. trustees plan to pave Macklin Road this year
Report: Ohio State needs ethics department
Wife of wounded CA customs agent linked to suspect NEWARK, Calif. (AP) — A suspect in the shooting
Burglars take 80 weapons from Ohio firing range
YSU suspends fraternity and probes alleged hazing youngstown Cynthia Anderson, Youngstown State
Suspected killer Robert McLaughlin was found dead Thursday.
Pa. teacher accused of using insulting names toward students
Man gets 10 to 12 years in prison in slaying over mattress
State to provide $75 million to help demolish vacant homes COLUMBUS — Attorney General Mike DeWine
Pa. fines Chesapeake Energy more than $500K
Coroner: Inmate died from blood clot at Ohio jail
Judge: Man accused of killing wife can't be lawyer
Tom Raab of New York City, pet dad of Nitro, one of the dogs starved to death by Steve Croley, will share a call he received from Mahoning Valley legislators, state Rep. Ron Gerberry of Austintown, who appears to have given up on the effort to strengthen animal cruelty laws in Ohio.
Pa. trooper suspended, charged in drunken fatality
3 more charged in Ohio credit union collapse
AP: 10 states get education waiver
Sources: Pentagon rules shift on women in combat
Kodak to stop making cameras, digital frames
Beef prices expected to climb over the next 2 years
States, Feds to announce mortgage settlement
Cincy seeks to reign in unfair towing fees
Unemployment aid applications near 4-year low
Mahoning County man seeks early release from prison
Ohio college student jailed for alleged gun threat
Ohio man charged after placing son in dryer
Archangel Michael Greek Orthodox Church’s Greek Festival begins Friday and continues through Sunday.
Warren native Jason Kokrak has stars in his eyes and goals in his sights at Pebble Beach
Staff report Youngstown For the fourth and fifth times in two weeks, Animal Charity humane
The U.S. Supreme Court declined Wednesday to allow the execution of convicted Trumbull County murderer Charles Lorraine to move forward.
Trumbull County Children Services lawyer says Loretta Banks of Warren, the grandmother of a child reportedly raped during a visit at the agency’s offices, doesn’t meet the requirements to have a say in any decisions involving the child.
Youngstown Phantoms coach Anthony Noreen hopes the team’s final move before the USHL trading deadline passed blossoms into points as spring approaches.
In a town that has encouraged citizens to help police by serving as an extra set of eyes and ears, did a downtown resident go too far by slapping handcuffs on a woman he says tried to rob him?
By Matthew Peaslee email@example.com LIBERTY Hadi Hadi always dreamt of coming back to his
The 7th District Court of Appeals is considering if it will allow an Austintown man to be tried a sixth time for murder.
By TOM REED Cleveland Plain Dealer cleveland The Cleveland Cavaliers won despite having their
Staff report youngstown City police are investigating the assault of a Youngstown State
BOYS BASKETBALL WEDNESDAY’S SCORES OHIO Chagrin Falls Kenston 65, Gates Mills Hawken 50 Cle.
Staff report WARREN Fifty-one candidates for entry-level Warren police officer scored at least a
By Mary Grzebieniak firstname.lastname@example.org NEW SPRINGFIELD Suspended EMS first captain, firefighter
Officers from Canfield Police Department, Mahoning Valley Homicide Task Force and the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investigation were at Carriage Hill Apartments Wednesday after Stacey Sutera, a 40-year-old teacher, was shot and killed there around 7 a.m. as she got into her car. Police have issued an aggravated-murder warrant for Robert McLaughlin, 64, of Painesville, described as ex-military and armed and dangerous.
Choffin Career and Technical Center juniors Brae Hudson and Chmicka Kennedy exchanged clues in a sort of workplace password game.
Staff report campbell Archangel Michael Greek Orthodox Church’s Greek Festival begins Friday and
Births St. Elizabeth Health Center Rocco and Audrey Minetti, New Middletown, boy, Feb. 7.
Opinion: By Kathy Guillermo People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals What excuse is given for denying
By Alison Johnson Daily Press (Newport News, Va.) Along with flowers and jewelry, sugar is a go-
Staff report YOUNGSTOWN “A Light in the Darkness: A Story of Hope During the Holocaust” soon
Tracy Morgan was in the news — both locally and nationally — last week when the story about his poor
By GUY D’ASTOLFO email@example.com YOUNGSTOWN You can learn a lot from what a culture throws
AUDITIONS ACTORS “Drood,SDRq Youngstown Playhouse, Glenwood Avenue. Auditions will be at 6 p.m.
By Shari Roan Los Angeles Times Sexual activity is safe for many people who have experienced
Staff report YOUNGSTOWN Local artist-musician Julius Veal will be at the Youngstown Playhouse
Defying any would-be critics of his recruiting practices, Ohio State coach Urban Meyer told a group of high-school football coaches recently that he considers Ohio his recruiting turf and that he will work hard to protect it.
Opinion: WASHINGTON Through 11 presidential elections, beginning with the Democrats’ nomination of George
POLICE CALLS A summary of recent criminal activity in Canfield and Austintown: CANFIELD Jan.
Opinion: Passing laws isn’t meant to be easy I often read the letters to the editor. Why is it that those
CD RATES The table shows the annual percentage yield as of Wednesday. All yields given in percent.
By JOHN BENSON firstname.lastname@example.org Who knew? It turns out disco doesn’t suck after all. In
Opinion: WASHINGTON The general election is shaping up as a contest between two remarkably similar men.
Healthy Woman program at Macy’s NILES The free Trumbull Memorial Hospital Healthy Woman program
MORE INFORMATION For more information on Tourette’s syndrome, visit http://www.tsa-usa.org. The
“american idol” (8 p.m., fox): The frivolity of the traveling auditions are over. Now, it’s time to
Thursday Lectures Artist Gary Setzer, (330-941-7448), 4 p.m., The Butler Institute of American
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Backyard Bar and Grill, 8942 Youngstown-Pittsburgh Road, Poland; 330-757-2476 Sat: Shakedown, 9
Staff report YOUNGSTOWN The Victorian Players will present “Sherlock Holmes and the West End
By WILLIAM K. ALCORN email@example.com YOUNGSTOWN The Youngstown Neighborhood Development Corp.
courts MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Robert C. Cahalin, 62, of 351 Montridge Drive,
Associated Press ALLEN, Texas One day after Rick Santorum’s startling breakthrough in the
LOTTERY Wednesday’s numbers OHIO Evening drawings: Pick 34-5-1 Pick 46-4-3-4 Rolling
City to buy truck WARREN The city fire department will spend its $332,500 in federal grant funds
Opinion: A funny thing happened to Mitt Romney on the way to his coronation as the inevitable Republican
Opinion: Omaha World-Herald: A bill in the Legislature to allow Nebraska hunters to donate the deer they kill
Staff report YOUNGSTOWN Law-enforcement officials say they take stalking seriously, but the law
ODNR permits new drilling location WASHINGTON TWP. The Ohio Department of Natural Resources
Leanne Binder has become the go-to girl for rebel rock acts, and for good reason. She’ll open for
Today is Thursday, Feb. 9, the 40th day of 2012. There are 326 days left in the year. ASSOCIATED
Valentines for Veterans concert planned CLEVELAND The Louis Stokes Cleveland Department of
Editorial: In a wide-ranging State of the State speech Tuesday, Ohio Gov. John Kasich tipped his hat to the
INSIDE THE ROPES … With Jason Kokrak Last week: The Warren JFK graduate shot a 1-over 72 in the
Associated Press WASHINGTON Squeezed by a tight job market, young Americans are especially
Getting a caffeine fix is as easy as taking a deep breath Associated Press CAMBRIDGE, Mass.
Associated Press PHILADELPHIA Pennsylvania’s 2001 legislative district maps should be used in
Stocks staged an afternoon-long rally and closed higher Wednesday as Greece appeared to close in on the cost-cutting deal it needs to keep from defaulting on its national debt.
Associated Press ATLANTA Mitt Romney still can’t seem to win over the bulk of the conservatives
Associated Press OLYMPIA, Wash. Washington state lawmakers voted to approve gay marriage
Q. After eating prepared mangos during the holidays, I bought some to peel and slice myself. I even
CANFIELD Stacey Sutera made her fear of Robert P. McLaughlin clear in December 2010:
newsmakers Schwarzenegger joins Stallone in ‘The Tomb’ LOS ANGELES It’s an action superstar
Associated Press WASHINGTON Trust your doctor? A survey finds that some doctors aren’t always
Associated Press CLEVELAND A mentally disabled former drug dealer convicted in the fire deaths
NEw this week Journey 2: The Mysterious Island (PG) A family embarks on an adventure to a
XMarch 26, 2010: Stacey Sutera’s car is keyed in a grocery store parking lot. Nails are found in the
Staff report PITTSBURGH RTI International Metals Inc. revenue rose to $529.7 million last year,
Associated Press WASHINGTON Republicans vowed Wednesday to reverse President Barack Obama’s new
A list of area events to commemorate in February, which is Black History Month, as submitted to The
Agency to probe 911 call in Powell fire tacoma, wash. A social worker pleaded with a 911
Associated Press COLUMBUS An Ohio bill that makes broad changes to the state’s gambling laws