Stories published November 8, 2012
Village and Springfield Township police responded to a report of students gathering to watch a fight on Circleview Court.
New charge in LA airport weapons arrest LOS ANGELES (AP) — A teacher pleaded not guilty Thursday
Canfield man indicted for his role in fatal shooting in Boardman
Oil prices rise after year’s biggest drop By The Associated Press Oil prices rose above $85 per
Court: Alleged torture victims can’t sue Rumsfeld CHICAGO (AP) — A federal appeals court in
Breastfeeding baby doll: Creepy or groundbreaking?
Eastern Gateway moving to new, larger space in Warren WARREN Eastern Gateway Community College
Bus driver convicted in fatal Virginia crash BOWLING GREEN, Va. (AP) — The driver of a bus that
Cleveland State to ban tobacco on campus by next September
Pollution linked to gas drilling is clearing up
Ohio drops to 15 illnesses in meningitis outbreak
Life sentence in Ariz attack that wounded Giffords TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) — The man who pleaded guilty
4 injured in central Ohio fire
Fraud? No, spider delays Mass. town's vote count
Ohio elections chief urges bipartisan talks on law
Area chiropractors accepting food donations for the needy
Ohio AG: No sentence deal in Craigslist killings
World markets remain volatile despite Greek vote
Ohio college student pleads guilty in rape flier case
Mahoning County dog owners can buy licenses online beginning Dec. 1
Loughner to be sentenced for Ariz. mass shooting
Weekly US jobless claims fall to 355K last week
Accused Ohio pill mill doctor died of overdose
Ohio Senate leader discusses next session's agenda
Lawyers for condemned Pa. inmate drop clemency bid
Storm brings new outages for Sandy-battered states
OSHP troopers seize pot, prescription drugs on Ohio Turnpike
Obama, GOP leaders lay down markers on budget deal
Pa. man waives hearing in friend's shoving death
$1M bond set for suspect in Ohio slaying
Poland business donates to Second Harvest
Boil-water advisory issued for parts of Brookfield
Brian and Pam (Grabert) Rowan of Columbus are announcing the arrival of their first child, a son,
Library event is free LEETONIA The Friends of the Leetonia Community Public Library will present
youngstown Home Instead Senior Care is partnering with area non-profit agencies and retailers to
Before Sept. 19, 2012, Debbie Cope of East Palestine lived her life as she expected — time at home, time with friends and family and time at her job at Sheely’s Furniture and Appliance in North Lima.
The Green Team Recycling Division of Mahoning County is offering a state grant opportunity for recycling at local businesses.
Liberty senior Sherron Walls stands just 5-foot-7 and he’s gone from being 160 pounds of muscle in August to 160 pounds of lumps in November.
Kyle Maynard has accomplished a lot in 26 years.
It is tradition at Mollenkopf Stadium for fireworks to ignite whenever Warren Harding scores a touchdown on its home field.
By BURTON SPEAKMAN email@example.com YOUNGSTOWN A Cornell University professor well known
By JEANNE STARMACK firstname.lastname@example.org CAMPBELL A company that cleans wastewater from shale
Golden Flashes are knocking on the door of the AP’s Top 25
Math and science don’t usually come to mind when considering the elements of dance, but a production by Chaney Visual and Performing Arts School students demonstrates how art, math and science mesh.
By BOB BAPTIST Columbus Dispatch COLUMBUS LaQuinton Ross is a stone-cold outside shooter who
By PETER H. MILLIKEN email@example.com YOUNGSTOWN The Ohio Supreme Court has agreed to decide
Associated Press Columbus It’s only through trial and error that Ohio State coach Urban Meyer
By JORDAN COHEN firstname.lastname@example.org NILES Patrolman Ben Harrell, a 15-year veteran of the Warren
Associated Press HARRISBURG, Pa. Former Penn State president Graham Spanier was arraigned and
By JOHN W. GOODWIN JR. email@example.com YOUNGSTOWN The mental competency of a city man
Associated Press WASHINGTON Tuesday’s presidential election results showed the American voting
A trader on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange ponders the results of Tuesday's election as reported on the front page of Wednesday's "Newsday" of New York. The re-election of President Barack Obama led U.S. investors to dump stocks Wednesday.
Presentation canceled Austintown The Native American Display and look at Native American life
By JOHN W. GOODWIN JR. firstname.lastname@example.org YOUNGSTOWN A 40-year-old Youngstown man will spend
By danny restivo email@example.com liberty Liberty Township is facing budget cuts after two
Opinion: There’s no stopping us Tuesday’s Doyle McManus column, “And the winner is: gridlock,” delivers a
POLICE CALLS A summary of recent criminal activity in the city of Canfield, Liberty and Girard:
A list of services, ceremonies and other events for Veterans Day as submitted to The Vindicator.
By JAMISON COCKLIN and BURTON SPEAKMAN firstname.lastname@example.org YOUNGSTOWN Area business leaders
Mass. pharmacy board chief fired BOSTON The director of the Massachusetts pharmacy board has
Staff report WARREN Trumbull County commissioners approved a one-year, $48,626 lease for the
Associated Press athens Anthon Samuel ran for 181 yards and two touchdowns to help Bowling Green
By ED RUNYAN email@example.com WARREN People watching election returns into the night may have
By DAVID SKOLNICK firstname.lastname@example.org After losing his second congressional race in a row,
Staff report Sharon, Pa. Holocaust survivor and human-rights activist Dr. Inge Auerbacher will
birthdays Actor Norman Lloyd (“St. Elsewhere”) is 98. Singer Patti Page is 85. CBS newsman Morley
Staff report YOUNGSTOWN The Youngstown Playhouse will present the area premiere of “Our Lady of
Editorial: Republican state Treasurer Josh Mandel, who promised to serve out his four-year term when he was
By GUY D’ASTOLFO email@example.com YOUNGSTOWN “Comedians like to joke about rape. Toilet
Staff report WARREN Bruce Caplan, an expert on the ill-fated cruise shop Titanic, which sunk in
courts MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Joseph W. Suverison, 45, of 9937 Delray St., Unit 4,
Births St. Elizabeth Health Center Matthew and Holly Grossen, Columbiana, girl, Nov. 6.
Surplus food Price Memorial A.M.E. Zion Church, 920 Dryden Ave., Youngstown, fresh produce and
By JOHN BENSON firstname.lastname@example.org Seven years after Anthony LaMarca packed his bags for New
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NEw this week Skyfall (PG-13) Secret agent James Bond’s loyalty to his superior, M, is tested
Backyard Bar and Grill, 8942 Youngstown-Pittsburgh Road, Poland; 330-757-2476 Thu: Karaoke with
Specialty Strip to take part in expo masury Specialty Strip & Oscillating Inc. in Masury will
Associated Press DENVER First came marijuana as medicine. Now comes legal pot for the people.
Associated Press COLUMBUS As Jim Foster grows older, his thoughts often flood back to those he
Today is Thursday, Nov. 8, the 313th day of 2012. There are 53 days left in the year. ASSOCIATED
oddly enough Deer crashes through Pa. carpet store CASTLE SHANNON, Pa. This deer wasn’t
Deno Frangopoulos’ soothing musical spirit is again on display in “Icarus Bleeds.”
Will Allen has done well replacing the oft-injured all-pro safety Associated Press PITTSBURGH
Associated Press WASHINGTON Americans took out more student and auto loans in September to boost
Staff report niles Representatives from several labor unions marched through Niles on Wednesday
newsmakers Broker charged with defrauding Hanks LOS ANGELES A Southern California insurance
Associated Press NEW YORK The NHL and its players’ union kept talking Wednesday, a day after
Associated Press CLEVELAND Cavaliers rookie Tyler Zeller’s first NBA road trip has been ended by
Assocaited Press FAIRFIELD, Ohio Undercover sheriff’s deputies in southwestern Ohio’s Butler
What does a paving-company employee, a parole officer for juvenile felons, a civil engineer and an employee for the National Academy of Sciences have in common?
Associated Press NEW YORK The recipe for Thanksgiving travel is likely to make travelers a
Staff report YOUNGSTOWN Preparations are underway for the fifth annual “Memories of Christmas
Associated Press AUSTIN, Texas A son of Depression-era Oklahoma, Darrell Royal came to Texas to
Associated Press NEW YORK For years, foes of same-sex marriage had a potent talking point:
Associated Press NEW YORK A nor’easter blustered into New York and New Jersey on Wednesday with
Staff report BOARDMAN “Broadway and Ol’ Blue Eyes,” a cabaret-style show about singer Frank
By JAMISON COCKLIN email@example.com YOUNGSTOWN Sales-tax collection across the Mahoning
Director brings fresh vision to musical about adolescent angst at the oakland
today Onstage “Rent,SDRq 7:30 p.m., Ford Theater, Bliss Hall, Youngstown State University;
Q. My doctor has encouraged me to take baby aspirin daily to reduce my risk of heart problems and
Associated Press SAN MARCOS, Guatemala A 7.4-magnitude earthquake rocked Guatemala on
Food donation WARREN The Warren Family Mission is seeking donations of food for its annual
AUDITIONS ACTORS “Finale,SDRq Victorian Players and J&B Production Arts Services, Dec. 3 and 4,
Anyone familiar with the phrase “Schlemiel! Schlemazel! Hasenpfeffer Incorporated” knows that Cindy Williams has been making her dreams come true in film, television and on stage for roughly 40 years
“last resort” (8 p.m., abc): Don’t let the submarine thriller “Last Resort” take a dive in the
Opinion: Waukegan News-Sun: Gasoline prices in Lake County have been on a recent rollercoaster ride. The
Selected local stocks STOCK, DIVIDENDCLOSECHANGE Aqua America, .66, 25.24 —.64 Avalon
CD RATES The table shows the annual percentage yield as of Wednesday. All yields given in percent.
Opinion: WASHINGTON America’s 57th presidential election revealed that a second important national
Opinion: By Michael Hiltzik Los Angeles Times You know all that talk about how Superstorm Sandy will
Opinion: Second terms have rarely been kind to American presidents. Our last two-term leader, George W.
By WILLIAM K. ALCORN firstname.lastname@example.org AUSTINTOWN The Women, Infants and Children program is
Campaign Kick-Off Boardman The Salvation Army Mahoning County Area Services will have its 2012
Suicide prevention HUBBARD Hubbard is participating in the American Foundation for Suicide