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A long neglected former country-music mecca that drew top national talent to the Mahoning Valley may get a new lease on life through foreclosure and ...
Stories published March 20, 2012
Mahoning County Commissioner John McNally IV and his father, John McNally III, dined with President Barack Obama and Irish Prime Minister Enda Kenny and their respective spouses at a White House dinner tonight.
Despite the passage of nearly 40 years since eight Palestinian terrorists killed 11 Israeli athletes and coaches, the memories of that day remain raw for Yehuda Weinstain.
The village solicitor and an outside law firm said Tuesday that if village council leased the mineral rights of the 265-acre Poland Municipal Forest to oil-and-natural-gas companies, it would violate the terms of the forest’s deed.
Mitt Romney took a major stride toward the Republican presidential nomination Tuesday night, routing Rick Santorum in the Illinois primary for his third-straight big-state win and padding his already-formidable lead in the race for convention delegates.
Afghanistan suspect’s 2002 arrest was at casino TACOMA, Wash. (AP) — A police report says the U.S.
NASA considering space station for Mars dry run CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) — The International
Strong, long 7.6 quake shakes Mexico City MEXICO CITY (AP) - A strong, long 7.6 earthquake with an
Attacks in 8 Iraq cities kill 46 ahead of summit BAGHDAD (AP) — A torrent of bombings and
AP Source: Manning to Broncos deal is done DENVER (AP) — The big deal is done. Peyton Manning is a
Sandusky judge: AG must turn over accuser contacts HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — The judge in Jerry
Girard, MetroPlex water bill battle escalates Girard The city turned off water service to the
Lawyer: Slain teen’s girlfriend heard altercation FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) — The attorney for a
Insanity defense planned in Vegas ‘demon’ slayings LAS VEGAS (AP) — A public defender says he
Mo. mother suspected in child deaths was depressed ST. LOUIS (AP) — A St. Louis-area woman
Feds to investigate fatal shooting of Fla. teen SANFORD, Fla. (AP) — A grand jury will convene in
Pedestrian was at fault, but driver had alcohol in her, Warren cops say WARREN The driver of the
Police probe shooting death of 14-year-old
Alumni Association of South High School will meet at noon Wednesday at Denny’s, Route 224 in
YOUNGSTOWN Members of the Mahoning Garden Club are celebrating the 85th anniversary of its
Associated Press NEWARK, N.J. The Cleveland Cavaliers finally got a glimpse of rookies Kyrie
By Sheldon Ocker Akron Beacon Journal GOODYEAR, Ariz. Jeanmar Gomez made his fourth start of
Staff report Struthers High senior Jake Jacubec, who led the Wildcats to the All-American
The Denver Broncos got their Man. Make that Peyton Manning.
The MetroPlex, once praised as an all-in-one motel, convention center and banquet hall, has fallen behind on taxes and is accused of not paying Girard for the water it uses.
By Ashley Luthern email@example.com BOARDMAN Fire officials still are investigating what
By DAVID SKOLNICK firstname.lastname@example.org YOUNGSTOWN Members of Occupy Youngstown can protest on
By DAVID SKOLNICK email@example.com YOUNGSTOWN A Campbell company plans to spend about
Andrew Blocksom used a local analogy to describe restrictions in the city of Warren’s new permit announced Monday by the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency.
Over the past five years, Youngstown State athletic director Ron Strollo has wanted to upgrade the Beeghly Center scoreboard.
Staff report LAKE MILTON A 39-year-old Lake Milton man is charged in the rape of two young
Staff Report East Liverpool City and state officials are awaiting the autopsy results on the
New traffic patterns YOUNGSTOWN These traffic patterns are in place on Interstate 680 at
Opinion: Put brakes on fracking now As a resident of Poland and having grown up in Youngstown [Boardman],
newsmakers Celine Dion recovering LAS VEGAS Singer Celine Dion says she is recovering from a
By Elise Franco firstname.lastname@example.org Austintown The Austintown Local School District is ready to
Staff report BOARDMAN Police continue searching for the man who pointed a gun at a local
By DAVID SKOLNICK email@example.com YOUNGSTOWN A 25-year-old Youngs-town man, facing an
Associated Press NEW YORK Wendy’s has dethroned Burger King as the country’s second-biggest
By DAVID SKOLNICK firstname.lastname@example.org YOUNGSTOWN Members of city council have high expectations
“They don’t feel like they’re spying. It’s just their own iPhone they’re using, their own laptop.
POLICE CALLS A summary of recent criminal activity in Poland and Boardman townships: POLAND
courts MAHONING COUNTY Domestic relations Darlene James and Gary James, dissolution granted.
Associated Press FORT LEAVENWORTH, Kan. The lawyer for the Army staff sergeant accused of
By DAVID SKOLNICK and ASHLEY LUTHERN email@example.com YOUNGSTOWN The crowd at downtown’s St.
Bruins 8, Maple Leafs 0 BOSTON Benoit Pouliot scored two goals, Brian Rolston had a goal and
Staff report Youngstown A 31-year-old man is in jail after city police found a large amount of
Caregivers’ Prayer Based on “Comfort, O comfort my people, says your God: (Isaiah 40:1) Here I
By PETER H. MILLIKEN firstname.lastname@example.org GOSHEN TOWNSHIP A long neglected former country-music
Staff report NILES An 18-year-old Niles woman has been charged with soliciting for prostitution
Opinion: As weird as it seems, despite the daily headlines of gun battles, beheadings and more than 47,000
Staff report YOUNGSTOWN Earth, Wind & Fire will return to Youngstown for a 7:30 p.m. concert
Agenda Wednesday Youngstown City Council, 5:30 p.m., Council Chambers, sixth floor, City Hall,
Staff report WARREN Police arrived in time to take a 36-year-old woman into custody who had told
bridge East-West vulnerable. West deals. NORTH xK 6 3 2 uA 3 vK Q wA 9 5 4 2 WEST EAST
Associated Press NEW YORK The Weather Channel is in the midst of a transformation, one that can
Staff report LEETONIA The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health
By Ashley Luthern email@example.com POLAND The school board met for more than two hours
By STEPHANIE OTTEY firstname.lastname@example.org YOUNGSTOWN A play doesn’t have to see Broadway to
Associated Press SAN FRANCISCO What would Steve have done? It’s a question that Apple CEO Tim
Opinion: Enid (Okla.) News and Eagle: Drivers traversing down U.S. 81 might be oblivious that the
Family Vacation Critic — the comprehensive family travel review website — has announced its annual
Prayers for patients and their caregivers composed by Sandra Lucas, regional director of spiritual care for Humility of Mary Health Partners, have been selected for publication and distribution across the country to chaplains of all faiths.
Clashes rock Syrian capital BEIRUT Syrian rebels battled regime forces Monday in a heavily
Associated Press SPRINGFIELD, Ill. An increasingly confident Mitt Romney called President
A long neglected former country-music mecca that drew top national talent to the Mahoning Valley may get a new lease on life through foreclosure and a sheriff’s sale.
Work session canceled Hanoverton The United Local school board special work session scheduled
Associated Press WASHINGTON Now here’s a tag team for the ages: Richard Nixon, Mitt Romney,
LOTTERies Monday’s numbers OHIO evening DRAWINGS: Pick 38-6-6 Pick 49-3-0-5 Classic
Birthdays Producer Carl Reiner is 90. Actor Hal Linden is 81. Actor William Hurt is 62. Guitarist
On the way to the Sweet 16, March Madness has been swept up by the Ohio Four.
Less than a week ago, Elaine Brye dined with the president and first lady and was serenaded by Mumford & Sons and John Legend.
oddly enough 9-year-old boy summoned to jury duty in Massachusetts YARMOUTH, Mass. Like many
By FRAZIER MOORE AP Television Writer NEW YORK In retrospect, the bomb- shell with which “Mad
Opinion: By Aram Nerguizian Los Angeles Times After a year of political unrest and thousands of civilian
Editorial: Not to rain on Chesapeake En- ergy Corp.’s parade in eastern Ohio, but Shell Chemical’s decision to
Today is Tuesday, March 20, the 80th day of 2012. There are 286 days left in the year. Spring
Ohio gas prices fall YOUNGSTOWN Gas prices in Ohio have fallen 6 cents since last week, the
Opinion: Many people may be voting for Mitt Romney because of the view in some quarters that he is the
Births St. Elizabeth Health Center David and Danielle Yemma, Youngstown, boy, March 18.
Opinion: WASHINGTON Confronting conventional wisdom is the columnist’s role, even at the risk of calumny