Stories published July 10, 2014
A landscaping and exterior home maintenance program will take place at 10 a.m. Saturday, at 453 Vine Ave..
The Mahoning County Republican Party is recommending Gov. John Kasich, a fellow Republican, choose among three registered Democrats to replace retiring Judge James C. Evans on the common pleas court bench.
An 18-year-old man could face the death penalty if convicted of the murder of a 16-year-old girl who was found in a Mercer County, Pa., waste facility.
Two missing sections of cemetery fence along Church Hill-Hubbard Road, deeply gouged tire tracks in the cemetery and flattened, broken gravestones tell the tale.
A man who once faced the death penalty for the murder of an elderly woman in the parking lot of a South Side church has been arrested for the third time since those charges were dropped.
Jamie Lewis is only 31⁄2 years old, but she’s fully immersed in the lifestyle of the Trumbull County Fair.
Quarterly casino-tax revenues for Ohio’s counties and eight major cities, including Youngstown, have risen slightly after three consecutive quarters of decline.
A prisoner with a long criminal record, who was shot in the abdomen by a city police officer he allegedly tried to run down with his car in December 2012, has sued the city for $6.7 million, saying he was “attacked without provocation” by the officer.
Police, with help from the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation and the FBI, served search warrants at the East Indianola Avenue and North Garland Avenue offices of Bugno Towing.
Ohio company wins rights to shipwreck's gold
Brothers sentenced in Ohio food-stamp fraud case
Former OSU football player sues over road rage arrest
Struthers woman sentenced in vehicular-homicide case
Germany kicks out top US spy over espionage claims
Israel escalates Gaza offensive, casualties mount
Report: Chinese hackers hit US personnel networks
Grand jury indicts Williams for Gina Burger murder
Pittsburgh man sentenced on Craigslist tix scam
Condemned Ohio killer's death sentence upheld
Movies 8 at Shops at Boardman Park reopens Friday
Pa. man charged with attacking Good Samaritan
Significant algae bloom predicted for Lake Erie
Authorities raid a Youngstown towing company
Forecasters: 2 tornadoes, winds caused Pa. damage
Ticket sold in Ohio wins $122M Powerball jackpot
Proposed bill to regulate NYC costumed characters
Ohio probation officer fatally shoots suspect
Pa. Gov. Corbett signs budget
Plans for future Youngstown business park revealed
Campbell police investigating gun-threat complaint
Man charged with falsifying discharge papers to get Purple Heart license plates
Police arrest man who fled from St .E's
Funeral set for Ohio priest convicted of murder
Parts of US Capitol closed after incident
Jamar Houser faces third arrest after dismissal of death penalty case
$2K in eyeglass frames stolen from Boardman business
7 dead in Massachusetts apartment fire
US employment aid applications fall to 304,000
Homeless families surge in Cincinnati
State wants lawsuit dismissed over Ohio execution
Oak Hill Collaborative has info session Sunday at St. Patrick Church
Joshua Stutz named principal of John F. Kennedy’s Lower Campus
Man stabbed early today at North Side party
4 children among 6 killed in Houston-area shooting
Youngstown man faces federal gun charge
Rabid deer attacks woman outside Pa. paint store
North Dakota pipeline spill may take weeks
9 arrested in slaying of Northeast Ohio man
July 10, 2014 | Senator Sherrod Brown on the Louie Free Show
Belinky gets up to two years probation, 60 days of house arrest.
Reports say she also had a loaded handgun, heroin
Taylor Murphy homered for Mahoning Valley.
Poland holds Relay for Life this weekend
Tours will be Saturday as the church participates in the Summer Festival of the Arts
The maneuvering is designed to open room under the salary cap so they can re-sign the Akron-born James.
The Cardinals beat the Pittsburgh Pirates for the third straight time, 5-2 on Wednesday night.
Administrative offices are moving out of the Valley Center to make room for more classrooms
Board members say they’re happy with the direction of the district, but they want the improvement to happen faster
“Forbidden Youngstown” was one of Rust Belt Theater Company’s most popular shows when it premiered last season, so it’s being brought back with some fresh material.
Blue Man Group and “Flashdance: The Musical” are among five new musical theater shows and concerts booked at Packard Music Hall.
The Summer Festival of the Arts, the mid-summer celebration of creativity at Youngstown State University, returns this weekend.
Northern section of Utica just doesn't have production results to justify expense.
By JOHN BENSON email@example.com WARREN In the supply and demand world of rock music,
Jacony Ellsbury hit his sixth home run of the season on an 0-2 pitch from Vinnie Pestano (0-1).
To wrestling fans, Ethan Carter III is the arrogant “1 percenter.” But when it comes to his craft, the TNA Wrestling star gives 100 percent.
Township sends counter-proposal to city on possible JEDD
Births St. Elizabeth Health Center Correction: Daniel and Amy Lowry, Columbiana, girl, July 6.
Associated Press CINCINNATI The state’s highest court put a Cleveland traffic cameras case on
The Trumbull County Board of Health is hoping to join forces with the health departments in Warren, Niles and Girard to create an environmental court
Grand jury set to hear case today AUSTINTOWN A Mahoning County grand jury today will hear the
Sentenced to 2 years for child endangering WARREN Chad M. Lamarr, 24, of Apricot Drive, was
courts MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Michael R. Gierut, 27, of Dublin, Ohio, and Dana M.
Democrats and Republicans have until Sept. 10 to select their candidates for Nov. 4 election
Pat Riley made his pitch. And now, LeBron James wants time to think.
Los Angeles Clippers: A raging Donald Sterling denounced his wife, her lawyers and the NBA from the
Associated Press SPRING, Texas A suspect in the slayings of six people, including four children,
Staff report GREEN The Ohio State Highway Patrol’s Canfield Post is investigating a two-vehicle
This year’s festival will take place from July 16 to July 19.
Affected areas will not receive federal aid
SUMMER GARDENS IN OHIO When: Friday, 7:30 a.m.-8:30 p.m. What: Nothing’s better than spending a
Is that a tick? Ticks are crawling all over this time of year. If they are stuck to you, follow
Q. The leaves on my grapes and my grape clusters have dots on them. Is this going to harm my crop
POLICE CALLS A summary of recent criminal activity in Hubbard, Girard and Liberty: HUBBARD
oddly enough Pilot buys pizzas for passengers grounded by storm in Wyo. CHEYENNE, Wyo. A
The youth council meets Saturday
Associated Press PITTSBURGH A herd of goats has been hired to clear weeds and invasive vines
Associated Press PHILADELPHIA The quaint Philadelphia street known as Elfreth’s Alley is one of
Utah to take ruling on gay marriage to Supreme Court SALT LAKE CITY Utah is going directly to
Well-informed gardeners can be happy with their accomplishments in the vegetable garden with a few simple guidelines.
birthdays Singer Mavis Staples is 75. Actor Mills Watson (“B.J. and the Bear,” “Lobo”) is 74.
Associated Press COLUMBUS The State Highway Patrol has reached a $235,000 settlement in a
Canfield advanced to the tournament final with a 2-0 victory.
Surplus food Friday Price Memorial A.M.E. Zion Church, 920 Dryden Ave., Youngstown, produce,
Agenda Friday Coitsville Township trustees, 9 a.m., township hall, 3711 McCartney Road. Salem
Police spotted them Tuesday night putting a refrigerator and stove in a truck.
Today is Thursday, July 10, the 191st day of 2014. There are 174 days left in the year.
Animals under the house? In the garden? Most of us like wildlife in their native habitat, but
Mathieu, 22, can relate to Gordon’s struggle.
Associated Press DALLAS President Barack Obama, seeking to keep a humanitarian crisis at the
High school senior-to-be leads Ohio Amateur CINCINNATI Much like he did against an elite field
By Rick Rouan Columbus Dispatch State officials won’t release records detailing when railroads
The World Cup’s second semifinal was supposed to put the silky skills of Lionel Messi and Arjen Robben in the spotlight. Instead, a goalkeeper and two rock-solid defenses stole the show.
Christian Porterfield hit a game-winning double to right field in the bottom of the 10th.
Today Children Jim Kleefeld’s Fizz, Boom, Read Magic Show, 2 p.m., Canfield Public Library, 43
Austintown native Justin Raimey has released his first graphic novel, “Fiji Random,” and it’s rather ... random.
Staff report Youngstown Most downtown restaurants will be open before Saturday’s jazz concert on
Associated Press JERUSALEM With rockets raining deep inside Israel, the military pummeled
SFA PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE SATURDAY Kilcawley Center’s Chestnut Room Noon: Youngstown Jazz
“Welcome to Sweden” (9:01 P.M., NBC): Does funny run in the family? That’s our hope with “Welcome to
F.N.B. Corp. chooses Pittsburgh for HQ PITTSBURGH F.N.B. Corp., parent company of First National
AUDITIONS ACTORS “Pinocchio,SDRq directed by Peggy Hanna, New Castle Playhouse, 202 E. Long
The Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport continues to set records for passengers, with June numbers apparently setting an all-time high.
Opinion: South Bend (Ind.) Tribune: A recent study shows Indiana is the worst state in the country when it
NEW THIS WEEK Dawn of the Planet of the Apes (PG-13) A growing nation of genetically evolved
Associated Press NEW ORLEANS When Ray Nagin was elected mayor in 2002, there was real hope that
American Legion Post 131, 540 N. Main St., Leetonia; 330-427-6259 Fri: Muleface Brothers, 7 p.m.
Opinion: By Jim Hightower OtherWords Republican opportunists hoping to score political points are
global assessment Teens do poorly in test of financial knowledge Associated Press WASHINGTON
Editorial: The editorial Wednesday on the city of Niles’ financial problems should have said that Auditor
Editorial: Although Israel and Hamas, the Islamic militant organization that governs the Gaza Strip, are bitter
CD RATES The table shows the annual percentage yield as of Wednesday. All yields given in percent.
The 33rd annual Slovenefest will be Friday through Sunday at the SNPJ Recreation Center.
The Fireworks Festival featuring Arts on the Riverwalk will be Friday and Saturday on East Washington Street, downtown New Castle, Pa.
newsmakers ‘Under the Dome’ off to slow start NEW YORK A substantial number of the people
Associated Press NEW YORK One private drone crash-landed in midtown Manhattan. Another caused
Selected local stocks STOCK, DIVIDENDCLOSECHANGE Aqua America, .61, 24.95 —.06 Avalon
Associated Press WASHINGTON Tax credits for families that don’t qualify. Medicare payments for
POLAND Relay for Life All events will be held at Poland Seminary High School, at 3199 Dobbins
Construction could begin this year to connect 113 customers with sewer lines in the Scott Street area of Newton Township
Opinion: WASHINGTON It should not be necessary to write this column. Lawyers represent clients. Criminal