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O’Neill, a North Side native, played football at Ursuline High School and YSU, where he was a theater major. He was signed by the Pittsburgh ...
Fourth-grade students at Dobbins Elementary School attended the Night at the Butler event April 30 at Butler Art Museum. The museum displayed artwork and journals ...
Canfield High School juniors and seniors brought glitz and glamour to the school's auditorium during the annual PTO-sponsored Prom Promenade May 4 before heading to ...
Stories published May 17, 2013
A 34-year-old Youngstown salesman reported that two males took items from his business vehicle after identifying themselves as police officers while he was in the parking lot of a South Street laundromat at 11 a.m. Thursday.
Springfield Township Police Department has asked for help from the FBI after Springfield school board Vice President Jon Schoenike went missing Friday.
Weathersfield School District will have its old shop equipment auctioned by Paranzino Brothers Auctioneers at its auction house, 11505 South Ave., North Lima, at 4 p.m. Tuesday.
Liberty Police Department posted a photo on its website Thursday of a bear spotted in the back yard of a home on Tibbetts-Wick Road.
24 hour Boardman Relay for Life under way BOARDMAN The balmy weather and good music made it easy
Boardman eyesore to be demolished YOUNGSTOWN A Boardman motel, which has been boarded up
‘Mother’s instincts’: NM woman chased abductor ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — A mother who chased down a
Ex-Mississippi police chief faces new indictment JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — A former Mississippi police
Guilty plea for Ohio man for Obama Twitter threat
Recycling event Saturday at Covelli Centre
GM stock rises about $33 for first time in 2 years
Stocks rise on hopeful signs for the US economy
Canada trying to lure Silicon Valley tech workers SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) — The Canadian government
Boil-water advisory issued for Vienna Township
Judge grants injunction in Ark. abortion ban case LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — A federal judge today
Mourners gather to remember Malcolm X’s grandson OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — Mourners are gathering at
Students visiting PSU come home with bedbug bites
Cleveland fire chief: Charges 'sad day' for the department
Powerball jackpot grows to $600 million DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Powerball officials say the
Idaho man in court for Uzbekistan terrorism plot BOISE, Idaho (AP) — An Uzbekistan national living
Body burned in Lordstown car identified as Michael Anderson LORDSTOWN The Trumbull County
UPMC in Pittsburgh paid 26 employees more than $1M
Pa. school board makes no decision on transgender student's name request
More Gitmo prisoners join hunger strike
Birth of anteater has Conn. zoo staff puzzled GREENWICH, Conn. (AP) — An anteater has given birth
HUD offices to close nationwide May 24
Arrests in New Orleans parade shootings cheered NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Bond has been set at more than
Mahoning Commissioners award contract for demolition of eyesore former motel YOUNGSTOWN A
Travis sues to block DWI patrol car video release AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Country star Randy Travis
Calif. fuels $550M Powerball jackpot
OSHP: Fog contributed to multivehicle crash in western Ohio
$1M in jewels stolen near Cannes film fest
1 sailor dead, others injured in training accident LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Officials say one U.S.
Thieves steal 13 snakes from Pa. family
Ohio unemployment rate dropped slightly in April
Ohio-owned items to be publicly auctioned Saturday
Ohio man jailed for stabbing infant
Obama focusing on job creation in Baltimore visit WASHINGTON (AP) - President Barack Obama is
New Ohio casinos will host World Series of Poker event
Akron city computers hacked
Ousted IRS chief: Errors not caused by politics WASHINGTON (AP) - The ousted chief of the Internal
Police: Woman overdosed with kids in car UNIONTOWN, Pa. (AP) — A southwestern Pennsylvania woman
Police chief recovering after being dragged by car BEAVER MEADOWS, Pa. (AP) — The police chief of
Pa. man, 71, gets prison for lottery tax evasion PITTSBURGH (AP) — A 71-year-old Pennsylvania man
Join Louie today as he discusses with Ernie Brown his recent bout with prostate cancer and the importance of men, especially black men, to see a doctor and get tested.
These downtown roads will be closed from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday for the March for Babies Walk:
ALLIANCES Ohio Cultural Alliance will have its next meeting at 6 p.m. June 3 at St. George
Chicken dinner sales to help vet cemetery YOUNGSTOWN Mount Hope Veterans Memorial Park will
Dublin Grange gives honors to members and guests at annual meeting April 24
State Route 39 will be closed to traffic at 9 a.m. Wednesday for railroad crossing repairs.
Sitting on a dirty straw mat on the parched ground of southern Afghanistan, Masooma sank deeper inside a giant black shawl. Hidden from view, her words burst forth as she told her side of what happened to her family sometime before dawn on March 11, 2012.
A 34-year-old Summit Street Northwest woman reported being robbed, beaten and kidnapped while she was walking in the 900 block of Dietz Road at 3:11 a.m. Thursday.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency and U.S. Department of Homeland Security have awarded the Bazetta Township Fire Department a grant of $8,172 to allow the department to replace 34 sections of firefighting hose and three hose nozzles.
The scholarships reward students for hard work and courage
Actor Ed O’Neill will get an honorary doctor of arts degree
The Spartans will meet Howland in a sectional final today.
The referendum was the third so-called competitive balance initiative to fail.
By MARC KOVAC email@example.com COLUMBUS Eighty-seven wells extending horizontally into eastern
Course is ‘stagnant’ during those times
A 14-run third inning explosion led to an easy 16-2 victory over the Rams.
Early OGT data shows improvement in most areas
Poland has won 13 consecutive sectional titles.
Officer Brad Ditullio received the Award of Valor.
Team BSS Training and Fitness Center will host the event.
Division I sectionals Ashtabula Lakeside 12, East 0
Early diagnosis is key
James L. Patterson, 28, of Youngstown was convicted on seven charges — reckless homicide, tampering with evidence, two counts of corrupting another with drugs and three counts of heroin trafficking.
O’Neill, a North Side native, played football at Ursuline High School and YSU, where he was a theater major. He was signed by the Pittsburgh Steelers in 1969 but after being cut in training camp, he made his way back to acting and a life spent making us laugh.
By NATALIE SCOTT firstname.lastname@example.org Toddlers learned all about the difference between clean and
Fourth-grade students at Dobbins Elementary School attended the Night at the Butler event April 30 at Butler Art Museum. The museum displayed artwork and journals completed by the students throughout their year of studying collections of artwork from four famous American artists - Winslow Homer, Mary Cassatt, Jacob Lawrence and Norman Rockwell.
Greenwood Chevrolet, Inc. has joined forces with the national Chevrolet Youth Baseball program and
Memorial mile race set The 23rd annual Memorial Mile running road race will be May 27 at 9:35
By NATALIE SCOTT email@example.com Fellows Riverside Gardens hosted the Children’s Book
The Poland Boy Scout Troop Pack 44 participated in Snooze at the Zoo at the Akron Zoo May 10-11. The
By ABBY SLANKER firstname.lastname@example.org C.H. Campbell Elementary School fourth-grade students
During the month of May, those of the Catholic faith honor the Virgin Mary. Monsignor Kenneth Miller
Diamondback offers golf clinics Diamondback Golf Course will host golf clinics for boys and girls
By NATALIE SCOTT email@example.com Cornersburg Dairy Queen honored mothers May 11 by offering
St. Joseph Immaculate Heart of Mary students competed in the school-wide Experimental Design Science
By NATALIE SCOTT firstname.lastname@example.org The Boardman High School band performed its spring concert May
By NATALIE SCOTT email@example.com Austintown librarian Kathe Orr led a Smart Money story time
Canfield High School juniors and seniors brought glitz and glamour to the school's auditorium during the annual PTO-sponsored Prom Promenade May 4 before heading to their Moonlight Beach themed dance at Mr. Anthony's in Boardman.
By NATALIE SCOTT firstname.lastname@example.org The Boardman library showcased its programs and librarians
By NATALIE SCOTT email@example.com Third-grade students at Dobbins Elementary School presented
Canfield High School honor its senior softball players on May 2. A pre-game ceremony was held on
The Boardman Center Middle School track team won the overall title at the Waldo Ward Invitational
By NATALIE SCOTT firstname.lastname@example.org Fellows Riverside Gardens hosted the Children’s Book Festival
Austintown Colts registration set Registration for the Austintown Colts Youth Football
On May 8, the Lady Spartans competed in their last Federal League Meet of the season, beating a
By ABBY SLANKER email@example.com C.H. Campbell Elementary School teachers and staff were
By NATALIE SCOTT firstname.lastname@example.org The Austintown Fitch robotics team, featuring a frisbee-
By NATALIE SCOTT email@example.com Poland Union Elementary School hosted volunteers and members
St. Charles School students in Patti Bartholomew's kindergarten class took a whirlwind trip to Disney World without ever leaving their classroom April 22.
Congressman Bill Johnson (R-Marietta) announced today that Nagmita Shrestha, a sophomore at Canfield
Memorial mile race set The 23rd annual Memorial Mile running road race will be May 27 at 9:35
The 33rd annual Civic Day, sponsored by the Rotary Club of Canfield, was held with 40 Canfield High School seniors assuming the roles of school, city and township officials May 3.
The men are charged with the murders of four different people.
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Today is Friday, May 17, the 137th day of 2013. There are 228 days left in the year. Associated
courts MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses David A. Yost, 28, of 8 Cambridge Glen, Columbiana,
Birthdays Singer Taj Mahal is 71. Singer-songwriter Jesse Winchester is 69. Drummer Bill Bruford
Opinion: State Sen. Lou Gentile has quickly emerged as the Democratic Party’s leading candidate for the 6th
Brookfield School Levy
Associated Press WASHINGTON The number of Americans seeking unemployment benefits rose 32,000
Six seniors will graduate from the program
Opinion: Los Angeles Times: The Senate Judiciary Committee is just beginning its markup of the bipartisan
Opinion: The many myths about gay people Reading the letter abouT gays and the Boy Scouts of America that
newsmakers Coetzee tells Spain: Drop bullfighting law LONDON Nobel Literature laureate J.M.
Associated Press PHOENIX Jurors deciding the fate of convicted murderer Jodi Arias became
WHAT TO DO Rabies safeguards There are several steps homeowners can take to minimize exposure to
Editorial: Even though many perplexinG questions remain unanswered, some horrific details emerging from the
To the U.S. technology industry, there’s a dramatic shortfall in the number of Americans skilled in computer programming and engineering that is hampering business.
Staff report SALEM Salem Community Theater will present the court drama “Twelve Angry Men” for
LOTTERY thursday’s numbers OHIO evening drawings: Pick 35-0-0 Pick 47-8-3-1 Pick
Pizza delivery man in Warren is robbed WARREN A 26-year-old Warren man delivering pizza for
Associated Press WASHINGTON President Barack Obama, seeking to regain his footing amid
By JOHN BENSON firstname.lastname@example.org Saying Brett Newski & the Corruption are a Vietnam band
By MARY SMITH email@example.com MINERAL RIDGE Fire Chief Randy Pugh demonstrated to Weathersfield
Visitors can find rare and preserved clocks and watches, antique timepieces, parts, tools, books and supplies.
Denise Bayer Age: 36 Family: I am happily married to Joshua Bayer. We have a 16-month-old
oddly enough Fleeing Ore. man pleads to be pulled from river IRRIGON, Ore. Authorities in
Rabid raccoon was found in Boardman
Opinion: WASHINGTON Folks, deep breath time. This is not the end of the Obama presidency. It’s a bad
THOMAS M. LYDEN firstname.lastname@example.org COLUMBIANA The Columbiana School Board will not give up on
Births St. Elizabeth Health Center Brian and Heather McGahagan, Austintown, boy, May 15.
The woman was accused of negotiating the deadly drug transaction.
Opinion: WASHINGTON Leaving aside the seriousness of lawlessness and the corruption of our civic culture by
Newsday MELVILLE, N.Y. Dzhokhar Tsarnaev left a “deathbed” note scrawled inside the hull of the
Consumers dividend MINERVA The board of directors of Consumers Bancorp Inc., the holding company
Opinion: It was the pictures and riveting testimony that convinced a Philadelphia jury that abortion doctor
Associated Press WASHINGTON The government has allowed terrorists into America’s witness-
Construction is underway on a $25.2 million project partly funded by the Ohio Schools Facilities Commission.
POLICE CALLS A summary of recent criminal activity in Poland and Boardman townships: POLAND
Surplus food Zion Lutheran Church, 3300 Canfield Road, Youngstown, various commodities, 9:30 to
Associated Press WEST, Texas Investigators working in the remnants of an exploded Texas
The way Brandon Weeden sees it, nothing’s changed. He’s still Cleveland’s starter.
Associated Press WASHINGTON President Barack Obama said Thursday the nation’s military leaders
YSU baseball falls valparaiso, ind. The Youngstown State baseball team stranded 11 runners and
Associated Press BALTIMORE Growing up, Kentucky Derby winner Orb was just another horse who fit
Texas tornado devastation includes Habitat homes GRANBURY, Texas Habitat for Humanity spent
Former deputy dies YOUNGSTOWN The Mahoning County Coroner’s office has confirmed that former
Associated Press CLEVELAND More than $480,000 has been donated to help three Cleveland women who
Opinion: By Jim Hightower OtherWords At last, some excellent economic news for folks long-mired in the
Today’s entertainment picks: v “12 Angry Men,” 8 p.m.: The intense ensemble drama about a jury
A proposal on separate tournaments for public and private schools could be back in, and it could be on the ballot by next spring.
Memorial Day parade to be May 27 The Austintown Memorial Day parade will begin at 10:30 a.m. on
Boardman resident earns degree Shawn Clark of Boardman, recently graduated from Champlain College.