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Elite EMS to aid in N.J. storm cleanup

Elite EMS in Hermitage, Pa., is sending its special operations ambulance unit to New Jersey to help with emergency services and storm relief.


Perdue recalling chicken nuggets sold in Ohio, Pa., other states

A Virginia company is recalling 1,440 pounds of chicken after a labeling error.


Hubbard woman drives through garage, hits porch

City police are investigating a crash involving a vehicle that drove through a garage before it hit a home.


Extrudex death caused by mechanical asphyxiation

The Mahoning County Coroner’s office has determined that John J. Tomlin Jr., 21, of Niles, who was killed in an accident at Extrudex Aluminum on Tuesday, died of “mechanical asphyxiation.”


Coitsville trustees work-study session Friday

Coitsville Township trustees will have a work-study session at 9 a.m. Friday at the township administration building, 3711 McCartney Road.


Court ruling leaves Brookfield football team in limbo

Brookfield could meet Beachwood instead of Edgewood


Most of Congress coming back despite low approval

Most of Congress coming back despite low approval


New Castle company receives several OSHA citations, face $58K in fines

New Castle company receives several OSHA citations


Ohio school to close after 200 students fall ill

Ohio school to close after 200 students fall ill


Presidential politics reignites in Sandy's wake

Presidential politics reignites in Sandy's wake


North Lima resale mall has Saturday auction

North Lima resale mall has Saturday auction


Lawsuit filed against Ellsworth Twp. landowner

Lawsuit filed against Ellsworth Twp. landowner


Veep candidate Ryan will return for an election-eve rally

Veep candidate Ryan will return for an election-eve rally


Pa. man has whistleblower suit on furnace program

Pa. man has whistleblower suit on furnace program


Ohio opposes condemned killer's delay request

Ohio opposes condemned killer's delay request


Pittsburgh, Carnegie offer alternative homecoming

Pittsburgh, Carnegie offer alternative homecoming


Ohio court: Old DNA in acquittals can be kept

Ohio court: Old DNA in acquittals can be kept


9 students shaken up in Ohio school bus accident

9 students shaken up in Ohio school bus accident


Police: Pa. man stops to relieve self, steals meat

Police: Pa. man stops to relieve self, steals meat


Steelers threatening lawsuit over stadium seats

Steelers threatening lawsuit over stadium seats


Honda announces $220M investment, 200 jobs in Ohio

Honda announces $220M investment, 200 jobs in Ohio


Ford's Mark Fields promoted, could become CEO

Ford's Mark Fields promoted, could become CEO


Ex-Penn State president charged in Sandusky case

Ex-Penn State president charged in Sandusky case


Mahoning commissioners award pact for bridge work in Struthers

Mahoning commissioners award pact for bridge work in Struthers


Public hearings set today in Warren on housing plans

Public hearings set today in Warren on housing plans


Port authority reaches compromise on economic director's pact

Port authority reaches compromise on economic director's pact


Weekly applications for US jobless aid dip to 363K

Weekly applications for US jobless aid dip to 363K


BREAKING NEWS: Oct. Chevrolet Cruze sales up 34 percent from last year

BREAKING NEWS: Oct. Chevrolet Cruze sales up 34 percent from last lear


ODNR issues drilling permits in Poland Twp., Columbiana Co.

ODNR issues drilling permits in Poland Twp., Columbiana County


Streets closed for Saturday's YSU Homecoming parade

Streets closed for Saturday's YSU Homecoming parade


Corporate owner of Mahoning Valley hospitals reports third-quarter revenue increase

Corporate owner of Mahoning Valley hospitals reports third-quarter revenue increase


Ohio man finally exonerated in 1980s slaying

Ohio man finally exonerated in 1980s slaying


Neighbors carry Ohio woman from burning home

Neighbors carry Ohio woman from burning home


Coitsville Township trustees have work session Friday

Coitsville Township trustees have work session Friday


Cara Hardenbrook | Ryan Nyardy

GENEVA, OHIO The Lodge at Geneva on the Lake was the setting of the 5:30 p.m. June 29 wedding

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Tiffany Janis | Andrew Lombardo

Youngstown The Rev. John Keehner officiated at the wedding of Tiffany Janis and Andrew Lombardo,

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Amanda Nims | Shawn Barber

CANFIELD Old North Church was the setting of the 1:30 p.m. Aug. 11 wedding of Amanda Nims and

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Kara Opritza | Corey Miller

WARREN Holy Resurrection Romanian Orthodox Church was the setting of the 3:30 p.m. May 19 exchange

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Jennifer Schuler | Ioannis Kalouris

CAMPBELL Archangel Michael Greek Orthodox Church provided the setting for the June 23 wedding

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Sarah Carrino | Vincent Barone

MANTEO, N.C. Manteo Baptist Church, Manteo, N.C., provided the setting for the 5 p.m. July 27

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Regina Deramo | Robert Lucente

VIENNA St. Thomas the Apostle Catholic Church was the setting Aug. 25 for the 2 p.m. wedding

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Maurielle Carpenter | Michael Moses

COLUMBUS Maurielle Danae Carpenter and Michael Edward Moses, both of Columbus and formerly of

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Jennifer Maloney | Christopher Rankin

STRUTHERS Wedding vows were exchanged at 1:30 p.m. Sept. 22 at Holy Trinity Church by Jennifer Ann

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St. Patrick's will host dinner and concert

St. Patrick’s will host dinner and concert YOUNGSTOWN St. Patrick Church, 1420 Oak Hill Ave.,


Boardman's Pumpkin Paloosa moved to Saturday

Pumpkin Paloosa at Boardman Evangel Church was moved to Saturday to coincide with Boardman Township’s trick-or-treat time.


Dedication for Falcon Mobile Med Unit moved to Nov. 9

The dedication ceremony for the Falcon Mobile Med Unit has been rescheduled due to the weather.


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Canfield bedevils Tallmadge

The Cardinals drop first game before rallying

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Teamsters, Allied Waste remain at an impasse

Contract negotiations between Teamsters Local 377 in Youngstown and Republic Services/ Allied Waste have reached an impasse as the contract ended at 12:01 a.m. today, but both sides plan to continue working toward a deal and no disruption of service is expected.


Bohren resigns, not ready to retire

The 78-year-old coach went 46-46 at LaBrae By STEVE RUMAN sports@vindy.com He has made a


Accomplice suspect to be arraigned in Boardman home invasion

By Ashley Luthern aluthern@vindy.com BOARDMAN The man accused of being the driver of the


3rd suit against engineer’s office raises cost against Trumbull Co. to $920,000

By ED RUNYAN runyan@vindy.com YOUNGSTOWN A third settlement over wrongful termination at the


JM 'Jays start off hot but fall to Comets

Jackson-Milton couldn’t keep its momentum against Kidron C.C.

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Youngstown cops seek help in Roslyn Ave. murder investigation

By JOHN W. GOODWIN JR. jgoodwin@vindy.com YOUNGSTOWN Police say there are leads in the city’s


No-vember: Lakeview falls short of goal

By matthew Peaslee mpeaslee@vindy.com brecksville Three goals and three hours separated the


New coach keys South Range’s run to regional

By JOHN BASSETTI bassetti@vindy.com BEAVER TOWNSHIP Rachell Storm made several appearances in


Youngstown Health Dept. faces loss of YSU food-inspection program

By WILLIAM K. ALCORN alcorn@vindy.com YOUNGSTOWN The Youngstown City Health Department faces


Black Knights Police Association hosts Halloween party

Pirates, angels, bees, bats, ninjas, firefighters, football players and cheerleaders packed the Wick Park Pavilion looking for primarily two things: fun and candy.


YSU men’s basketball eyes equality

The Penguins are trying to gain equal footing with Akron, Kent & CSU By JOE SCALZO


Liberty schools looking to cut deficit

By danny restivo drestivo@vindy.com liberty The school district is looking at shared services


Western Reserve Port board to vote on director’s contract

Staff report VIENNA The Western Reserve Port Authority will meet in special session at 9 a.m.


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Hilltop's STEM success

Hilltop Elementary second-grader Gabriella Smallwood uses a pin art education toy to see what her hand looks like in 3-D.

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Accident at aluminum manufacturer kills 1

Staff report NORTH JACKSON An accident at Extrudex Aluminum, a manufacturer on Mahoning Avenue


Campbell awaits insurance review

By jeanne starmack starmack@vindy.com campbell The city is awaiting word on whether a review


Owners of wild animals must register by Monday

By MARC KOVAC news@vindy.com COLUMBUS Hundreds of owners of dangerous, wild animals have yet


Warren woman reports being attacked in shower

Staff report WARREN A 27-year-old Oak Knoll Avenue Southeast woman reported being attacked in


Agenda Friday

Agenda Friday Canfield school board, special meeting, 11:30 a.m., board meeting room, 100


Court orders law-license suspension

By PETER H. MILLIKEN milliken@vindy.com COLUMBUS The Ohio Supreme Court has given Atty.


Boy Scouts host anti-abuse forum

Boy Scouts host anti-abuse forum Even as its past policies on sex-abuse prevention fuel


Browns’ Weeden learning on the fly

Associated Press berea Brandon Weeden had his trigger finger ready. While relaxing at home


YSU volleyball finishing off best season since 2000

By JOE SCALZO scalzo@vindy.com YOUNGSTOWN When Mark Hardaway was hired as Youngstown State’s


METRO DIGEST || Cornhole tourney

Cornhole tourney Howland The First Baptist Church of Howland, 8957 E. Market St., Warren, will


METRO DIGEST || Boehner to visit the Valley

Boehner to visit the Valley NILES Speaker of the House John Boehner will stop Sunday in Niles


Hallo-win: Phantoms ice Indiana to end six-game losing streak

By Brandon judeh sports@vindy.com youngstown There were plenty of tricks and treats provided


Boy injured while trick-or-treating

Staff report LISBON A 4-year-old boy was injured when he was struck by a car while trick-or-


Sharon police probe shooting of man

Staff report SHARON, Pa A man was shot in a house on South Oakland Avenue. The shooting


Glitch delays delivery of Ohio voter records

Associated Press COLUMBUS A glitch in the transfer of change-of-address records is being blamed


TIM TEBOW

Meyer knows just the guy to help take OSU’s Miller to the next level … By Doug Lesmerises


BRIDGE

BRIDGE Both vulnerable. East deals. NORTH xQ 4 3 uJ 9 8 vA 3 wA K 7 6 4 WEST EAST x8


Another superstorm casualty: parades, trick-or-treating

Associated Press NEW YORK Seventh-grader Samantha Bertolino was especially proud of her


Years Ago

Today is Thursday, Nov. 1, the 306th day of 2012. There are 60 days left in the year. This is All


Births

Births St. Elizabeth Health Center Larry and Sarra Mohn, Youngstown, twin boys, Oct. 30.


Lifestyle workshop

Lifestyle workshop NEW CASTLE, PA. The Jameson Hospital Dean Ornish Program for reversing heart


Health care changes

Health care changes GREENVILLE, PA. The Community Medical Ethics Project, a collaboration among


oddly enough

oddly enough Police in Pa. search for Chinese-food eating burglar TITUSVILLE, Pa. Eating


US seeks shake-up of opposition leadership

Associated Press ZAGREB, Croatia The Obama administration said Wednesday it would push for a


Time to Man Up

By WILLIAM K. ALCORN alcorn@vindy.com YOUNGSTOWN Sporting a mustache and beard as part of the


O-line, scheme keep Roethlisberger clean

Associated Press PITTSBURGH Ben Roethlisberger is running out of things to complain about. In


birthdays

birthdays Country singer Bill Anderson is 75. Actress Barbara Bosson (“Murder One,” “Hill Street


Acupuncture restored sex drive

BY JOE GRAEDON, M.S., AND TERESA GRAEDON, Ph.D. Q. A year ago, seeking relief for the pain of


Barrier islands are scene of destruction

Associated Press MANTOLOKING, N.J. New Jersey’s delicate barrier islands, long and slender


THE 46TH ANNUAL CMA AWARDS (8 p.m., abc): Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood return for the fifth

THE 46TH ANNUAL CMA AWARDS (8 p.m., abc): Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood return for the fifth


Group urges end of China’s 1-child policy

Associated Press BEIJING A government think tank is urging Chinese leaders to start phasing out


Alomar staying with Tribe for now

Associated Press CLEVELAND Sandy Alomar Jr. will become a major league manager someday. For now,


YSU THEATER "Rent" as it was in the beginning

Youngstown State University Theater’s production of “Rent” will get back to the popular rock musical’s roots.


National Fuel announces increase in gas costs

Staff report erie, pa. Some northwestern Pennsylvania residents will see an increase in their


‘Plan A’ working for The Tragically Hip

By JOHN BENSON entertainment@vindy.com If the cover of The Tragically Hip’s latest album, “Now


NIGHTLIFE

American Legion Post 737, 16465 Milton Ave., Lake Milton; 330-654-5630 Fri: Ice n’ Spice, 7 p.m.


IAN ANDERSON

IAN ANDERSON Jethro Tull visionary updates ‘Thick as a Brick.’ C10


All grown up Tom Green's stand-up comedy act is not what you remember

Tom Green’s memory of his titular turn-of-the-century MTV show is somewhat different from that of those who watched it.


A Revolutionary idea: video game is set in George Washington’s war

By MATTHEW BARAKAT Associated Press McLEAN, Va. Wars and video games seem to go together like


ABC News seeks dismissal of ‘pink slime’ suit

Associated Press SIOUX FALLS, S.D. Lawyers for ABC News asked a judge Wednesday to toss out a


GM cuts European jobs; stock spikesSFlb

Associated Press DETROIT Shares of General Motors surged Wednesday after the company announced


Stock market reopens after 2-day closing

Associated Press NEW YORK Wall Street is back in business. Traffic is snarled, streets


Court has role in economy

Opinion: By Richard Epstein Los Angeles Times The Supreme Court has not been much of an issue in this


AUDITIONS

AUDITIONS ACTORS “Finale,SDRq Victorian Players and J&B Production Arts Services, Dec. 3 and 4,


"Thick as a Brick" the future has arrived

There’s something maniacal about Jethro Tull visionary Ian Anderson.


NY struggles back 2 days after superstorm Sandy

Associated Press NEW YORK Flights resumed, but slowly. The New York Stock Exchange got back to


TOM GREEN

TOM GREEN Comedian brings comeback tour to the Funny Farm. C6


Cast of ‘Jersey Shore’ reacts to devastation

By The Associated Press The town that for millions made “Jersey Shore” synonymous with Snooki and


NBC will bring back ‘Community’ in February

Associated Press LOS ANGELES NBC is making room for “Community” on its midseason schedule, along


Country king, queen will reunite for CMAs

Associated Press NASHVILLE, Tenn. Spend a lot of time with a guy over five years and you get to


UAW leaders to Romney: End misleading ads

By BURTON SPEAKMAN bspeakman@vindy.com YOUNGSTOWN The leaders of two local auto unions are


Selected local stocks

Selected local stocks STOCK, DIVIDENDCLOSECHANGE Aqua America, .66, 25.39 .14 Avalon


Romney’s GM and Chrysler ads are an insult to Ohioans

Editorial: Mitt Romney’s widely debunked claim that GM and Chrysler are moving auto manufacturing jobs to


WTG

Friday Comedy Frank Vignola, 9:30 p.m., Funny Farm at Mojo’s Pub and Grille, 6292 Mahoning Ave.,


CD RATES

CD RATES The table shows the annual percentage yield as of Wednesday. All yields given in percent.


The other fire season

Opinion: Fairbanks Daily News-Miner: The news pages have featured regular articles about house fires in


Obama, Romney courting Colorado

Opinion: GOLDEN, Colo. This community of 18,000 Coloradans is mostly known as the home of Coors beer. But


Cortland profit

Cortland profit CORTLAND Cortland Banks reported a third-quarter profit of $1.3 million, or


Obama tours damage; Romney mutes rhetoric

Associated Press BRIGANTINE, N.J. President Barack Obama soberly toured the destruction wrought


Howland native plays Ralphie in "Christmas Story" sequel

“A Christmas Story” is one of those movies that everyone has seen. Twenty-five times.


NEw this week

NEw this week Flight (R) A seasoned airline pilot is hailed as a hero after miraculously crash-


Battle between Patriot, agencies not over

By BURTON SPEAKMAN bspeakman@vindy.com WARREN It appears the battle between Patriot Water


Low expectations for Obama

Opinion: Low expectations for Obama I write this not in surprise of your endorsement of President Obama but


newsmakers

newsmakers No plan to limit Sistine tourists VATICAN CITY Five centuries after Michelangelo’s


High Court’s future at stake

Opinion: By Erwin Chemerinsky Los Angeles Times The future of the Supreme Court is the forgotten issue in


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