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Sister Joanne Gardner, left, archivist, and Sister Barbara Wincik, a member of the leadership team of the Sisters of the Humility of Mary, look at ...
Stories published July 16, 2014
A 100-year old hunt club is working through the paperwork to rebuild after a fire destroyed one of its clubhouses last month.
The financial battle between U.S. Rep. Bill Johnson, R-6th, and Jennifer Garrison, his Democratic challenger, isn’t close, with the incumbent enjoying a huge lead over his opponent.
As another day of shelling in Gaza killed four children Wednesday in ongoing conflict between the Israeli military and Hamas, leaders of the Valley’s Jewish and Palestinian communities were divided on what an acceptable solution would be to the larger, decades-old conflict.
The same day that authorities arrest a suspect in the murder of a 56-year-old man in his apartment, a resident of Struthers Manor says security at the Youngstown Metropolitan Housing Authority-owned complex leaves a lot to be desired.
The Mahoning County commissioners will consider spending up to $20,000 in hotel bed tax revenues in connection with the Youngstown Maker City Initiative, a four-day, 3-D manufacturing gathering beginning July 31.
They gathered on West Wilson Street in front of the Italian Fraternal Home Wednesday morning, like they had for so many years past.
Loan T. Vang, 75, died in a basement fire Wednesday at her house at 949 Columbia Place Southeast despite the efforts of the Warren Fire Department.
An employee of Margherita’s Grille on North State Street is accused of chasing through the streets two customers who left without paying and shooting at them.
Officials with Trumbull County’s four health departments and others presented their vision Wednesday for a future where environmental dangers such as open dumping are prosecuted and resolved efficiently.
Struthers murder suspect nabbed in Pittsburgh
VW bumps GM out of 2nd place in sales race
Boardman school board interviewing candidates for board opening
Penguins, Illini will kick off at noon on Aug. 30.
Kent State and Ohio State will kick off at noon on Sept. 13 at Ohio Stadium.
Stop the Violence Rally planned for Sunday
Lines break in attempts to tow stalled casino boat
Elderly woman dies in Warren fire
Ukraine rebels reclaim village on Russian border
Johnson owns big fundraising lead over challenger
Israeli strike kills 4 Gaza youths on coastal road
Struthers police ID slain man, have a person of interest
Woman intruder hits homeowner with baseball bat
Youngstown police charge man with possession of dangerous drugs
Large crowd expected tonight for Girard fireworks
Law would make it a crime to conceal faulty products that are dangerous
Warren mayor wants banks to pay cities
Trailer stolen from Austintown business
GM officials to appear before Senate Thursday
YSU plans 2 days for high school students
Girard police union files court action over shift bidding
Deputies detaining couple in front of courthouse
Youngstown firefighters battle two blazes
Bazetta Township to spray for mosquitoes tonight
Palestinians flee after Israel warning, airstrikes
Chamber to offer tourist event COLUMBIANA The Columbiana Area Chamber of Commerce will host a
Hospice of the Valley needs volunteers.
THURSDAY Woodworth Church of the Brethren, 30 E. Western Reserve Road, Boardman, will offer beef-
Canfield kindergarten teachers lead Success By 6 sessions
By EMMALEE C. TORISK firstname.lastname@example.org LOWELLVILLE After winning a $25,000 donation for the
Brian Penz scattered four hits, striking out eight while notching a double and scoring one of his team’s runs.
The portfolios will be part of the curriculum
Currently saddled with little pitching depth, the last thing Creekside Fitness manager Terry Landis needed Monday night was a suspended game.
The excitement and buildup of the fifth annual Greatest Golfer of the Valley Junior series will play out on the golf course today in the final qualifying event before the championship.
Nicolina Marianne Pezzone finished second in the national finals of Major League Baseball’s Pitch, Hit & Run contest on Monday night in Minneapolis.
Local postal officials made that decision without consulting the district office
Authorities are hopeful that a missing white Chevrolet Blazer, once recovered, can provide some information about the 56-year-old man found dead Tuesday morning in his third-floor apartment at the Youngstown Metropolitan Housing Authority-owned Struthers Manor.
Youngstown State head coach Eric Wolford and Waynesburg head coach Rick Shepas addressing the group.
When Trumbull County Democratic Party Central Committee members meet July 26 to select a replacement for Commissioner Paul Heltzel, the vote will take place in public, the Ohio Democratic Party chairman says.
Dr. Humphrey Germaniuk, Trumbull County coroner, ruled that two men found dead over the weekend in a Newton Township pond died by accidental drowning.
The American League has won 13 of the last 17 games.
The 21st annual Pymatuning Pioneer and Art Festival will be July 26-27 in Pymatuning State Park.
All four members of the cast of “Fat N’ Furious: Rolling Thunder” will be at the car cruise-in at the Boardman Quaker Steak and Lube this Friday.
The battle has begun. It actually started in 2009 with the Mahoning Valley Burger Review Board’s (MVBRB) first burger review. Now we have gathered 10 of our best restaurants, and we will put them in the arena and see who emerges victorious.
By JOHN BENSON email@example.com Everyone agrees you don’t have to be Irish to enjoy St.
Store owner is considering a lawsuit
The average price for regular gas in Youngstown is $3.529 compared to last year’s average at $3.585.
Sister Joanne Gardner, left, archivist, and Sister Barbara Wincik, a member of the leadership team of the Sisters of the Humility of Mary, look at the community’s “A Living Document,” which details the community’s vision.
Lawsuit filed YOUNGSTOWN A Brittain Street woman, who said she was bitten and severely injured
Furnace safety COLUMBUS Columbia Gas of Ohio reminds customers that furnaces need to be cleaned
Birthdays Singer William Bell is 75. Actor-singer Ruben Blades is 66. Drummer Stewart Copeland of
Judge orders fixes cleveland The judge in the Oakhill case has ordered the prosecution to fix
Summer is the perfect time to enjoy bubbles.
Agenda Thursday Lordstown Board of Public Affairs, 4 p.m., administration building, 1455 Salt
Today is Wednesday, July 16, the 197th day of 2014. There are 168 days left in the year.
On the links Pro golf tournaments ROYAL & ANCIENT GOLF CLUB OF ST. ANDREWS | BRITISH OPEN
Associated Press GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip Israel resumed its heavy bombardment of Gaza on Tuesday
Associated Press WASHINGTON House Republicans announced Tuesday they will recommend dispatching
Anthony J. Hudson, 41, convicted of cocaine possession and will be sentenced later to between three and 10 years in prison.
Mike Miller had choices. None of them was better than playing with LeBron James again.
If the one-word description of the Indians last year — Terry Francona’s first as manager and a season that ended with a playoff berth — would be streaky, then the one word that describes this year’s team is inconsistent.
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Selig says Rose could play 2015 All-Star role MINNEAPOLIS Pete Rose may have a role to play in
Responding to complaint of fight, drug use
Associated Press KABUL, Afghanistan A suicide bomber blew up a car packed with explosives near
Q. I’m enjoying reruns of “The Rifleman.” Is Chuck Connors still alive? I know on the TV series he
The infant was injured when a neighbor kicked over a lit firework
Opinion: Minot (N.D.) Daily News: Soon the days of Minot residents and members of the news media having
Associated Press WASHINGTON U.S. retail sales increased slightly in June, evidence that
Opinion: By Jim Hightower OtherWords The beauty of our country’s present system of government is that
Kent-Trumbull Theatre’s summer stock production of “Hairspray” opens Friday and runs for nine performances over three consecutive weekends.
The BurgerGuyz are on the move again The BurgerGuyz head to the Downtown Coffee Caf in Hubbard
New Northside CEO comes to the Valley with 25 years healthcare experience
Births St. Elizabeth Health Center Joseph and Jennifer Posey, Youngstown, girl, July 14.
Despite recent sizable job gains, Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen is signaling that her agency is in no rush to withdraw the massive support it is providing the U.S. economy.
Associated Press WASHINGTON Pregnant women have new protections against on-the-job
Associated Press RICHMOND, Va. Joe Camel is bulking up to take on the Marlboro Man. Camel
Editorial: A significant federal govern- ment ruling last week that will buoy American manufacturers of steel
newsmakers Marvel makes Thor a thunder goddessk NEW YORK Thor is now a Goddess of Thunder.
The brothers in food return to Warren Mark and Mike head back to Warren to sample a signature
Calif. approves fines for wasting water SACRAMENTO, Calif. California water regulators have
oddly enough Historic cheese vans stolen in California found MANTECA, Calif. Three bright