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Deborah Rogers, founder of the Energy Policy Forum, was keynote speaker Friday at a first-of-its-kind shale-energy conference in Warren and said shale gas well companies ...
Stories published April 6, 2013
The Ohio State Fire Marshal’s office is investigating a Saturday afternoon blaze that destroyed a township house and barn and is trying to determine the fate of a man who threatened suicide.
About 6,200 Ohio Edison customers in Vienna and Brookfield were without power for a short time Saturday afternoon.
An Amber Alert for a 13-year-old autistic boy was canceled shortly after it was issued.
VIRGINIA BEACH, VA. The Lesner Inn Catering Club in Virginia Beach, Va., provided the setting for
WARREN Kathryn L. Groves and Erik M. Bachinger, both of Youngstown, were united in marriage during
Lions donations set for multiple organizations YOUNGSTOWN Bill Ruggles, president of the
The Sunshine Benefit at Lakeside Golf Course will include a steak fry and music.
With tails wagging and tongues hanging, the dogs from Animal Charity Humane Society seemed to be enjoying their day out.
Rick Scofinsky of Youngstown cradled Sara Rose, a 3-month old black lab/Rottweiler mix in his arms as the contented dog licked his face.
Mahoning Valley high school freshmen, sophomores and juniors are invited to attend a seminar about military service academies and the application process on Tuesday from 6 to 8 p.m. in the Jones Room at Youngstown State University’s Kilcawley Center.
The Warren JFK graduate is tied for 17th in the Valero Texas Open.
The Southern California church headed by popular evangelical Pastor Rick Warren said his 27-year-old son committed suicide on Saturday.
Guard Jalon Plummer commits to Youngstown State.
GROVE CITY, OHIO The Rev. Joel Theis heard the exchange of vows between Lesley Furgan and Jason
The Mahoning Valley Gay/Straight Coalition is selling tickets for its first fundraiser.
The Penguins began to fall apart in the seventh inning.
City will now negotiate a long-term contract with the arena’s management
Staff report WARREN The 179 union workers at the General Electric Ohio Lamp Plant will be out of
Cox hadn’t played football in six years after five years in the Marines.
By MARC KOVAC email@example.com AUSTINTOWN A state legislative panel will have a public hearing
Green Bay’s associate head coach replaces Bob Boldon.
Staff report ANN ARBOR, MICH. Nathan Walker and Sam Anas each scored two goals Friday as the
The officer had once been shot in the line of duty.
Two six-run innings spark the Falcons.
By RICH SCHAPIRO and JOE KEMP New York Daily News new york Two children of a city Correction
Boardman High School senior wants to serve the nation in military
Liberty 19, East 1 Liberty 8, East 2 LIBERTY Tyler Evans hit three-run home runs in each game
He made $63,643.86 in salary last year
Staff report WARREN The city of Warren and the state want the old St. Joseph Riverside Hospital
Heather Culver of Berlin Center was fined $250 and given a year’s probation and a 90-day suspended jail term after pleading no contest to animal neglect. A judge ordered forfeiture of 28 dogs seized from her kennel.
New proposals should be ready in a couple of weeks
Deborah Rogers, founder of the Energy Policy Forum, was keynote speaker Friday at a first-of-its-kind shale-energy conference in Warren and said shale gas well companies are locked into a pattern of increased drilling that poses grave consequences for regional economies, the environment and the country’s energy policies. The event opened the same day the new Mahoning Valley Coalition for Job Growth and Investment announced its formation and its effort to defeat a proposed citizen-developed charter amendment to ban fracking in Youngstown.
Mahoning Valley gay/straight coalition
Shots were fired during the robbery
Kenneth B. Hamrick, 59, of Bloomfield Township was in critical condition Friday with a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head after a standoff with police at his home.
Opinion: Since 1986, Women Hand In Hand has provided some financial aid to 125 young women to obtain their bachelor’s degrees, and some have gone on to graduate school.
A Mahoning County grand jury this week handed up indictments on the following people. Cametrius
They differ on city’s No. 1 issue
Copley 9, Boardman 8 (8 innings) COPLEY Sabrina Marshall hit two home runs and two singles and
courts MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Patrick J. Dilworth III, 25, of 2147 Oak Drive, New
Teacher injured Boardman A Center Middle School teacher was injured Wednesday during the
Births St. Elizabeth Health Center Brittnee Bable and Lamar Knox, Youngstown, girl, April 4.
Appliance collection WARREN The Geauga-Trumbull Solid Waste Management District will have a free
Inside the ropes with … Jason Kokrak Friday: The Warren JFK graduate shot a 4-under 68 in Round
LOTTERY Friday’s numbers multistate Mega Millions8-15-23-36-41 Mega Ball5 Megaplier3
newsmakers Halle Berry, Olivier Martinez expecting LOS ANGELES Halle Berry is pregnant. A
Tony Stewart and Joey Logano say their dustup is over. They just haven’t said it to each other.
The city school board has recommended that James Reinhard be appointed treasurer of the school district. The board will vote at Tuesday’s regular meeting on the recommendation.
He’s three strokes back of the leader, Billy Horschel.
Associated Press MEDINA The state auditor will review a fund used to pay more than $265,000 for
Medical marijuana bill advances in Md. ANNAPOLIS, Md. A measure to put Maryland on the path to
The shooting took place in December.
Staff report STEUBENVILLE Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine announced Friday that a Jefferson
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Staff report Youngstown The Society for Human Resource Management has acknowledged that the
The following students were awarded bachelor’s degrees unless otherwise noted: KENT STATE
The following Youngstown State University students were inducted into the Honor Society of Phi Kappa
oddly enough Goat that walked into Mont. bar was taken from zoo BUTTE, Mont. So the goat
Ruby-throated hummingbirds soon will be back. Their tiny size, acrobatic flying ability and
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Staff report youngstown Monsignor Peter M. Polando has been appointed rector of St. Columba
Michael Bourn reached on an infield single in the first and doubled into the left-field corner in the third.
Company seeks more local franchisees to operate new locations
Staff report champion Students, faculty and staff of Kent State University at Trumbull will have
For those of us fortu- nate enough to live in the United States, it is difficult to imagine parents
team members These are the Volunteer-In-Mission Team members who traveled to St. Petersburg,
GED testing set youngstown Official GED testing sponsored by Choffin Career and Technical
Guitarist to play liberty Brian Henke, an award-winning guitarist, will play at the 11 a.m.
Guest lineups for the Sunday TV news shows: ABC’s “This Week”: Dan Pfeiffer, adviser to President
Today is Saturday, April 6, the 96th day of 2013. There are 269 days left in the year. ASSOCIATED
Business Wire LOUISVILLE, Ky. When nearly four in five servings of fried chicken in the U.S. are
Associated Press ATLANTA Syracuse is brimming with confidence, largely because of its
Opinion: COLUMBUS Lawmakers return to the Statehouse next week after a two-week spring break with a full
Golf league to open The Mahoning Valley Golf League at Bedford Trails Golf Course will begin on
Keynote speaker addresses financial consequences of oil and gas boom
Associated Press WASHINGTON U.S. employers added just 88,000 jobs in March, the fewest in nine
By JAMISON COCKLIN firstname.lastname@example.org damascus An oil and gas storage tank exploded
Selected local stocks STOCK, DIVIDENDCLOSECHANGE Aqua America, .70, 31.57 .17 Avalon
Associated Press NEW YORK Facebook Home, the new software that takes over the front screen of a
Thomas finishes his Buckeyes career ninth on the school’s all-time scoring list.
Staff report YOUNGSTOWN A man who stole about $1.3 million from a trucking company he co-founded
Today’s entertainment picks are: v Rookery Radio Benefit Bash, 7 p.m.: Youngstown State
Kraft CEO paid $6.8 million in 2012 NEW YORK Kraft Foods CEO Tony Vernon got a big pay bump last
Anglers who chase walleyes and bass have a lot of lure choices as the water starts to warm up every
Associated Press ATLANTA Half a world away from home, in a country where he knew no one and
By Stephanie Ottey email@example.com This season, the students and faculty at Youngstown
Editorial: Is Kim Jong Un, the cartoonish presi- dent of impoverished North Korea, simply crazy, or is he, as
Staff report youngstown Eastern Gateway Community College students Natalee Bommer and Greg
By FRAZIER MOORE AP Television Writer NEW YORK Animal Planet wants to help you tap into your
McClatchy Newspapers ORLANDO, Fla. Tony DeLLomo is on a mission from God. In a hard-to-miss