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Several students completed the program this week.
Stories published May 14, 2013
Some positions are being reshuffled to align with the new city school building configuration.
Body found in burning car in Lordstown Body found in burning car in Lordstown lordstown
City/county health department merger discussed City/county health department merger discussed
The Mahoning County Children Services Board accepted two retirements and five resignations.
Both incidents stemmed from domestic arguments. Youngstown police probe reported assaults
Teens failed to get help for friend who died from heroin overdose Teens failed to get help for
Liberty police respond to gunfire call LIBERTY Police say they found seven spent .40-caliber
Mahoning deputy on leave after OVI arrest YOUNGSTOWN Mahoning County Sheriff Jerry Greene has
Youngstown council's CDA committee meets Wednesday
UPDATE | Farrell police charge man with homicide
Disney Junior Live coming to Covelli Centre this fall
Brookfield schools declared in fiscal emergency brookfield Ohio Auditor Dave Yost’s office has
Convicted Pa. abortion doctor gets life in prison
Boil-water advisory issued for Hubbard Twp. street
Train, Sheryl Crow and Gary Allen coming to Canfield Fair CANFIELD Concerts by Train Sept. 1,
Justice Dept. to investigation IRS targeting of tea party
Dallas police honor detective cuffed to Oswald DALLAS (AP) — The man in the cowboy hat seen
Human remains found in case of missing Ga. student
Dispute over Pa. gas-drilling fees
Eviction fears haunt Haiti camps after attacks
NEO gas prices down 4 cents
Parents sue SC, hospital over child’s sex surgery COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — A couple is suing the
State board hears ways to boost Ohio school safety
Experts debate whether shouts are Trayvon Martin’s ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — Audio experts differ on
’60s Texas swindler Billie Sol Estes dies GRANBURY, Texas (AP) — Texas con man Billie Sol Estes,
Gov't probe obtains wide swath of AP phone records
Cincy looking for new police chief
Russians detain US diplomat accused of spying
Salvation Army annual civic dinner is Wednesday
DA: Pa. death row inmate sucker punches his lawyer
Honda to produce new Acura NSX at central Ohio site
Mom jailed for letting son carry 'roulette' gun
Farrell police investigate homicide
NATO: 4 US troops killed in Afghanistan
Pretrial and trial dates set for couple charged in death of Teddy Foltz, 14
Ex.-Pa. coach charged with romancing 2 players
YSU boosts scholarships for nearly 3,000 students
Top IRS official didn't reveal tea party targeting
Ex-Jaguars receive gets six years in prison
Judge OKs class-action settlement over Skechers
Angelina Jolie says she had double mastectomy
Man jailed in shooting of woman on Columbus bus
MCCTC board meeting is Wednesday
Cop: Suspended Pa. teacher offered grade for sex WEST SUNBURY, Pa. (AP) — A suspended western
Hearing stayed for boy, 15, accused in killing NEW CASTLE, Pa. (AP) — A detention hearing has been
New Castle woman jailed in officer’s fatal crash NEW CASTLE, Pa. (AP) — A 26-year-old woman has
Top IRS official didn’t reveal tea party targeting WASHINGTON (AP) — Congress was not told tea
Ohio man gets life for child rape
Drug dealer convicted in 12 murders PHILADELPHIA (AP) — A drug dealer has been found guilty in the
Crews have Beaver County, Pa., airport fire under control BEAVER FALLS, Pa. (AP) — Firefighters
Pa. senators to hear from beer, liquor sellers HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — State senators will continue
March for Babies will take place at YSU YOUNGSTOWN About 1,000 supporters of the March of Dimes
Those who inspire take time to admire students who aspire.
The 65 points allowed were only two more than the all-time postseason low for a Miami opponent.
Farmers tout local products to restaurant representatives.
Associated Press MINNEAPOLIS Joanne Boogaard watched her son Derek duke it out on the ice with
The Indians would have loved a sweep, but were satisfied to get one win after being held to just 10 hits in two games.
Vacant home explodes in Austintown
April Lude and Gabby Stubbs help keep Western Reserve’s streak alive.
Investigators from the New Castle barracks of the Pennsylvania State Police are handling the investigation.
There are eight more defendants waiting to stand trial.
The movie premiered in Youngstown, Mancini’s hometown, on Sept. 28, 2012.
Toney will face a possible death sentence when he goes on trial July 15 for the murder of Thomas Repchic.
Boardman cops find rolling meth lab
LinkedIn and Facebook will celebrate the anniversaries of their IPOs just a few days apart this week. But their experiences as publicly traded companies couldn’t be more different.
Jackie Grisdale won a unique honor, making her nationally recognized for a skill that is underrecognized in the technology age.
Goodness Grows, Lake-to-River Food Cooperative, 30 Mile Meal and The Sprouted Table hosted a chef
Pretrial hearing set for school-board member Youngstown A pretrial hearing for a former city
Several students completed the program this week.
Associated Press WASHINGTON The Justice Department secretly obtained two months of telephone
The strengthened ordinances are more inclusive, regulating additional establishments like adult cabarets and adult motels.
Relay for Life Liberty The Liberty American Cancer Society Relay for Life is 6 p.m. Friday to 6
The Howland Township Police Department seeks to use $21,660 in cash that was seized during the investigation into the 2008 murder of Cameron Murray.
Police receive training to help them understand and empathize with poor people and their plight.
Tiger Woods and Jack Nicklaus have never had a conversation longer than a couple of minutes, and
The most dangerous period in domestic violence situations is when protection orders are initially issued, lawmaker says.
The final school standing in front of the new Austintown elementary schools had its final walk-through on Monday, with laughs and life flowing through the halls.
The second round series begins tonight in Pittsburgh.
Barnes completes staff for YSU women’s hoops YOUNGSTOWN Youngstown State women’s basketball
Associated Press WASHINGTON President Barack Obama tried to swat down a pair of brewing
Gov’t obtains wide AP phone records in probe Associated Press WASHINGTON The Justice
Ohio Star Forge Co., 4000 Mahoning Avenue NW, will have a groundbreaking ceremony for its $20 million expansion project at 10 a.m. today.
fast facts The Workforce Development Program is an employer-based free program that teaches people
ODDLY ENOUGH Ore. smokejumpers skydive into illegal pot garden MEDFORD, Ore. A team of
POLICE CALLS A summary of police activity in the city of Canfield and Austintown: CANFIELD May
Mill Creek Park board changes policies, approves events
Agenda Wednesday Newton Falls Public Library trustees, 6 p.m., 204 S. Canal St. Youngstown
A Poland man has sued The Vindicator in Mahoning County Common Pleas Court over what he says was an error in a court news column that defamed him.
B.J. Sulka, right, general manager of Springfield Grille in Boardman, asks Crystal Carlson of
Births ST. Joseph Health Center Miranda Thorpe, Warren, girl, May 10. Editor’s Note:
Today is Tuesday, May 14, the 134th day of 2013. There are 231 days left in the year. ASSOCIATED
Holistic spa night HOWLAND Dannielle MacDuff, a holistic health practitioner, is offering a
Cedar Point amusement park has opened for the season with its newest roller coaster, GateKeeper.
Staff report Boardman The Mahoning Valley Leads Group will host a Health and Home Show from 9
Retailers back safety accord in Bangladesh new york Some of the world’s largest retailers have
A detective is investigating three burglaries, including one in which two masked men held a woman and her children at gunpoint.
Promotions and donations were the major part of the Austintown township trustees meeting on Monday.
Opinion: The ongoing hunger strike by detainees at the Guantanamo detention camp is doing exactly what a non-
Opinion: By Angie Trudell Vasquez McClatchy-Tribune The terrible crimes committed during the Boston
By LYNN ELBER AP Television Writer NEW YORK Fox, facing the ebbing ratings power of “American
Opinion: Argus Leader, Sioux Falls, S.D.: Sometimes the value of something is nowhere worth what it costs.
By FRAZIER MOORE AP Television Writer NEW YORK ABC is planning a spinoff of its fairytale
Associated Press DETROIT The first report by Detroit’s emergency manager declares that the
By LORRAINE WARDLE email@example.com While bullying and gossip are hot topics in schools
Associated Press PHILADELPHIA An abortion doctor was convicted Monday of first-degree murder and
Awareness month WARREN Warren Mayor Doug Franklin has designated May as GBS/CIDP Awareness Month
Q. From about 1985 till about 2005, my blood pressure ran about 150/90, and I needed
Opinion: In 1998 when President Clinton signed the bipartisan Internet Tax Freedom Act, which prohibited
By DAVID BAUDER AP Television Writer NEW YORK NBC will try to awaken the ghosts of past
Editorial: On the heels of the success- ful yearlong investigation of a major drug operation with roots in
BRIDGE Both vulnerable. East deals. NORTH x9 6 5 3 2 uA 10 9 6 2 vVoid wK J 4 WEST
Opinion: It didn’t take long after news that Israel had bombed military facilities inside Syria for the Arab
Opinion: By Dan Paden People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals Most of us — even those of us who eat
Associated Press Joyce Brothers, the pop psychologist who pioneered the television advice show in
Girard girl celebrated her birthday with family members then died of heroin overdose, prosecutor says
Christine Sheesley, a junior at Girard High School, celebrated her 17th birthday with family members then died of heroin overdose, prosecutor says
Programs focus on training and sustainability
coming tomorrow A chain-saw sculptor will create a work of art out of a giant tree stump at
Associated Press WASHINGTON Cancer patients could face high costs for medications under
Milwaukee began the night just 1-9 in May but stole a season-high six bases against Pittsburgh backup catcher Mike McKenry.
Police ID suspect in mass shooting New orleans Police are identifying a suspect in the shooting
By MARC KOVAC firstname.lastname@example.org COLUMBUS Advocates for the needy continued their push for
Associated Press INDIANAPOLIS A.J. Foyt sits quietly recounting stories in the back of his
NEWSMAKERS Walters announces retirement on ‘View’ NEW YORK Barbara Walters said Monday that
Associated Press LAS VEGAS A weary-looking O.J. Simpson weighed down by shackles and more than
courts MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses John A. Brajer, 32, of 4150 Pembrook Road, Unit 214,