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Stories published April 8, 2013
City council wants Mooney to stay in Youngstown YOUNGSTOWN Six of the seven-member Youngstown
Trustee takes issue with governor’s spokesman Trustee takes issue with governor’s spokesman
The board plans a public meeting June 4 to act on the superintendent’s re-employment Youngstown
Youngstown superintendent will explain the Revitalization/Choice Plan changes School official to
Women charged at Braceville spa arraigned Women charged at spa arraigned NEWTON FALLS The
Larry Heltzel, the father of Patrick Heltzel, filed a missing persons report Wednesday with the
Man charged with trying to lure girls Man charged with trying to lure girls WEATHERSFIELD
Heated exchanges between Arias prosecutor, expert PHOENIX (AP) — The Jodi Arias murder trial has
Annette Funicello, Mouseketeer and film star, dies NEW YORK (AP) —Annette Funicello, the most
Wis. stepmother takes deal in starved teen case MADISON, Wis. (AP) — A Wisconsin woman accused of
NM school bus rolls over; driver killed, kids hurt VALLECITOS, N.M. (AP) — Authorities in New
Canfield man sentenced for drug offense CLEVELAND A man from whom police seized 335 marijuana
Women arrested at spa appear in court Staff report NEWTON FALLS One of the two women
Syria: Suicide car bombing kills 15 in Damascus DAMASCUS, Syria (AP) - A suicide bomber detonated
Police say man had $1M in heroin on Pa. turnpike SOMERSET, Pa. (AP) — Prosecutors plan a news
Crews find bodies of 2 NC children trapped in dirt STANLEY, N.C. (AP) - Authorities today
In slap at South, NKorea suspends work at factory SEOUL, South Korea (AP) - North Korea said
Margaret Thatcher, Iron Lady, dead at 87 LONDON (AP) - Love her or loathe her, one thing’s beyond
W. Pa. brush fire burns estimated 500 acres NEW CASTLE, Pa. (AP) — Officials say a brush fire
Gas drilling to resume at site of spill TUNKHANNOCK, Pa. (AP) — State environmental officials say
AUCTIONS Christ the Good Shepherd Parish is sponsoring a basket auction Sunday at St. Joseph the
Fire department plans dinner and dance GIRARD McDonald Fire Social Organization is sponsoring “A
Grill fire causes explosion, damages home in Austintown Staff report AUSTINTOWN A house on
Spring means the arrival of baby animals, and Mill Creek MetroParks Farm has plenty.
Justin Masterson pitched seven strong innings as Cleveland won 13-0.
It was the eighth career victory at the track for Johnson.
Laythrom Media of Warren, a group of young filmmakers that also provide other technology-driven services, is making plans to film a five-minute video in Trumbull County to educate youth about drinking and driving.
The Scottish golfer shot a final-round 9-under 63.
By SEAN BARRON email@example.com YOUNGSTOWN Tears fill Vince Giering’s eyes when he recalls his
Work on Valley Center’s remaining class and lab space to be done by August
Students may use the scholarships to attend YSU or Eastern Gateway
Phil Lipari had eight hits and seven RBIs over the three-game set.
Decorated Sgt. Maj. Michael L. Kufchak Jr., a native of Youngstown, retired Friday after a 31-year
By JOE SCALZO firstname.lastname@example.org YOUNGSTOWN Youngstown State senior Bobby Grace is a naturally
New color-coded Mahoning Valley map shows scenic routes to suit every bicycling interest and ability level
Roads on a new Trumbull and Mahoning County bicycling map are rated green for beginners, orange for intermediate and red for advanced cyclists.
On a brisk March morning in a field off of state Route 172 in Lisbon, the air is filled with the rumble of machinery and the smell of diesel fuel.
Cleveland won two straight for the first time since February.
The Cardinals defeated Cal while the Huskies turned back Notre Dame.
COURTS TRUMBULL COUNTY Marriage licenses Charles L. Montgomery, 63, of 864 W. Park Ave.,
Associated Press WASHINGTON Two influential senators, one from each party, are working on an
Associated Press BAGRAM AIR FIELD, Afghanistan The United States accepts that a diminished but
THENEWSOUTLET.ORG Brian Rose, above, is a roustabout for a natural-gas drilling company, whose
Cold-case arrest prompts probe los angeles When Los Angeles cold-case detectives caught up with
Associated Press SANDUSKY Authorities along Lake Erie spent Sunday searching for a father and
NEWSMAKERS ‘Evil Dead’ rises again with $26M at box office LOS ANGELES Resurrected demons and
Associated Press SEOUL, South Korea A top South Korean national security official said Sunday
Staff report AUSTINTOWN A house on the 4000 block of Heritage Drive was heavily damaged when
The Wolverines are overshadowed by their football program, while the Cardinals play in the shadow of nearby Kentucky.
POLICE CALLS A summary of recent criminal activity in Girard and Liberty: CANFIELD CITY
The Pirates were swept at Dodger Stadium for the second straight year.
Staff report MECCA A body was found in a house destroyed in a fire. Those investigating the
Associated Press LAS VEGAS Everything went to script Sunday night at the Academy of Country
Pedestrian injured CHAMPION A 17-year-old Champion girl is in stable condition at Trumbull
Associated Press LOS ANGELES Some people have had it with TV. They’ve had enough of the 100-plus
BRIDGE Weekly Quiz Answers Q. Neither vulnerable, as South, you hold: xQ J 10 7 4 u2 vA Q 6 4
Opinion: By Wayne Madsen McClatchy-Tribune WASHINGTON America’s economy is in the midst of a Great
Opinion: Doing more to protect victims Findlay Courier: Two fatal shootings in northern Ohio (in late
Editorial: Scrap thieves are craven and reck- less creatures. They enter empty houses and strip copper
Associated Press WASHINGTON Airline passengers are getting grumpier, and it’s little wonder.
By Mary Vanac Columbus Dispatch COLUMBUS Ohio-based Wendy’s has made a place for itself at
Surplus food/clothing New Hope ROTHG Outreach, 336 Breaden St., Youngstown, food and clothing
Today is Monday, April 8, the 98th day of 2013. There are 267 days left in the year. ASSOCIATED
Opinion: WASHINGTON We know Johns Hopkins University is devoted to diversity, because it says so. Its
The top five concert tours, ranked by average box office gross per city and includes the average
Agenda Tuesday Lordstown Village Council, finance committee, noon, council chambers, 1455 Salt
Opinion: WASHINGTON Consider the examples of North Dakota and Arkansas. If you think the problem with Roe
Opinion: Common sense trumps analysis Your editorial concerning the Ohio State Racing Commission’s actions
Received Purple Heart
Opinion: By Peter Rush McClatchy Newspapers NEW YORK Tax reform talk is in the air, so it time to hold
ACM winners Entertainer of the year: Luke Bryan Top male vocalist: Jason Aldean Female
ODDLY ENOUGH Philly using mimes, clowns instead of ‘texting lanes’ PHILADELPHIA The
Associated Press HANNOVER, Germany Russian President Vladimir Putin was expected to have talks
Like a marriage the in-laws don’t approve of, a new plan to strengthen standards for fracking is creating unusual divisions among environmentalists and supporters of the oil and gas industry.
Births St. Elizabeth Health Center Amanda Long, Youngstown, girl, April 6. Angela Gonzalez and
Associated Press WASHINGTON A raucous public debate over the nation’s flawed immigration system
By MESFIN FEKADU Associated Press NEW YORK If you’re upset that the Rolling Stones won’t be