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Cleveland Indians players react in the dugout after the Chicago Cubs edged out a one-run World Series championship in the 10th inning of Game 7 ...
Stories published November 3, 2016
Joseph Rein-thaler did not say what the event was five years ago that led him to plead guilty to charges that he bilked more than two dozen people at his Canfield car dealership.
Despite a strong initial push, it appears the total number of early voters in this presidential election will come close to – but likely won’t exceed – the 2012 general election amount.
U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders, stumping for Democratic Hillary Clinton, urged her supporters “to work as hard as you can” to make sure she is elected president while tak
A jury Thursday found Carlisa Davis, 19, guilty of two counts of felony child endangering — convictions that could produce as much as six years in prison.
The first phase of a long-term makeover of the Fellows Riverside Gardens’ Modern Rose Garden is now complete.
Benny T. Hunt, 40, of Akron, is being detained on a complaint filed in U.S. District Court here by the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of Ohio, accusing him of sexual exploitation of a child.
Even though the 2016 World Series between the Cleveland Indians and Chicago Cubs just wrapped up and plenty of fall foliage can still be seen throughout the area, the fact remains that holidays are just around the corner.
Robert Mickens shared insights about the leader of the Catholic Church in his talk, “Speaking Frankly about Francis,” when First Friday of Greater Youngstown met Thursday at Antone’s Banquet Centre, 8578 Market St.
A Youngstown man, who has pleaded guilty to selling heroin that resulted in a fatal overdose, as well as additional firearms and narcotics crimes, could spend decades in prison, the U.S. attorney said.
Teachers wanted their concerns to be heard at today's academic distress commission meeting.
Commission wants changes to Youngstown schools plan
Mom whose kids ate opiates in jail awaiting sentencing
Trump to campaign in southwest Ohio on Friday
Man pleads guilty to selling heroin that resulted in a fatal overdose
Ohio man sentenced in slaying of Florida concert promoter
Columbiana County man enters Ohio Veterans Hall of Fame
PRESIDENTIAL RACE | UPDATE: Sanders stumps for Clinton at YSU
Deep discount on tickets to circus at Covelli Centre
Ohioan who beat wife’s drug supplier with bat gets probation
GOP call for statewide Pennsylvania poll watchers is denied
Stocks are mixed, holding steady after 7 days of losses
Youngstown Diocese Catholic Charities president to retire
Mom says she tried to get out of Warren home where kids got into drugs
Car dealer gets 13 years in prison for bilking customers
Traffic stop reveals heroin and crack cocaine
Quarter auction to benefit students CAMPBELL A quarter auction Saturday at St. Michael’s
The Chicago Cubs have won the World Series, ending a drought dating back to 1908.
As the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame City is well aware, you can’t always get what you want.
Carlisa Davis admitted to a police detective that she was aware that her brother and his friends had been selling drugs from the Randolph Street home
Poland’s John Hirschbeck went out in style.
Mahoning County Children Services and Probate Court staff assembled in the county courthouse rotunda for the third annual Adoption Day celebration, which rejoices in the creation of forever families.
By Charles Grove and WILLIAM K. ALCORN email@example.com CLEVELAND/YOUNGSTOWN Hope was at an
Council also agreed to buy another 1,160 bins for its residential garbage program
Friday hearing to determine whether to suppress evidence in jogger-fatality accident
As a returning state finalist, South Range expected a sequel.
‘Politicians are selling our country down the drain,’ Eric Trump said
The Rebels will put their 22-match winning streak on the line tonight.
By MESFIN FEKADU AP Music Writer NEW YORK Tegan and Sara remember the unfiltered advice Neil
Staff report AUSTINTOWN Model trains of all shapes and sizes can be seen at the Youngstown Model
Staff report YOUNGSTOWN The Youngstown Symphony Orchestra will continue its season-long musical
Faculty and staff listed 15 themes in a climate survey conducted last spring
By John Benson firstname.lastname@example.org There’s a good argument to be made that if Alan Parsons
Staff report MADISON The annual Grand River Valley Wine Region Turkey Trot will take place
Staff report STRUTHERS Selah Dessert Theatre will present the humorous “Shirley Valentine,” a
Canfield’s Mobile Mania is in its 22nd year, growing from a mere hands-on experience to a full-fledged physics Olympics
Valley middle and high school students learn about STEM and entrepreneurship
Trumbull engineering contract has language aimed at holding companies accountable
46 percent sided with the billionaire businessman, versus 41 percent for the former secretary of state
Mayor Thomas Scarnecchia dropped an additional meter surcharge
Cleveland Indians players react in the dugout after the Chicago Cubs edged out a one-run World Series championship in the 10th inning of Game 7 in Cleveland. Final score was 8-7.
This is why Ben Zobrist came back home. And this is why manager Joe Maddon wanted him so badly.
nba roundup Wednesday’s games Hornets 109, 76ers 93 CHARLOTTE, N.C. Kemba Walker had 22
Associated Press WASHINGTON The Federal Reserve left interest rates unchanged Wednesday, six
Opinion: By Philip Paolino The Dallas Morning News FBI Director James Comey’s letter to Congress stating
Associated Press CLEVELAND The Indians and their fans are going to have to wait at least another
The Big Ten will play six Friday night football games a year starting in 2017.
Associated Press MIAMI With the turbulent White House race scrambled in new directions, Donald
Associated Press WASHINGTON Donald Trump blames Mexico and China for stealing millions of jobs
James Lapolla Jr.’s case is now set for a pretrial hearing at 8:30 a.m. Dec. 19.
Staff report CANFIELD Celtic Thunder’s Neil Byrne and Ryan Kelly will return to Drake’s Landing,
New drug/alcohol detox center opens on 224 in Boardman
Opinion: By Jay Ambrose Tribune News Service Hillary Clinton is trying to trick you about the new email
Editor’s note: Don’t let physical limitations stop your gardening. Welcome to our three-week series
Winterizing roses Tips and tricks include mounding soil around the base, then adding mulch. You
BRIDGE Neither vulnerable, South deals. NORTH xA 9 8 7 4 uA Q vK J 5 2 w5 4 WEST EAST
By FRAZIER MOORE AP Television Writer NEW YORK Joel McHale wants you to know he isn’t waging
Staff report WARREN Rochelle Pennington will give a presentation on the most storied Great Lakes
Associated Press MOSCOW The Russian president on Wednesday offered a new unilateral
From Lilian’s garden! When: Tuesday-Sunday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., through Nov. 20. What: The
Opinion: Random thoughts on the passing scene: There seem to be fewer bumper stickers this year than in
Today vPittsburgh Steelers vs. Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore. Kickoff at 1
Births St. Elizabeth Boardman Hospital Gage Brimhall, Youngstown, boy, Nov. 1. Nicholas and
Associated Press COLUMBUS Authorities say an Ohio man has pleaded guilty to charges related to a
The Trumbull County Fair Board has been notified that it has been approved for a $43,360 NatureWorks grant
nfl News & notes Vikings: Offensive coordinator Norv Turner abruptly resigned Wednesday,
Associated Press Beyonce conquered a stage she’s never performed on: The singer sang her twangy
“Alicia Here in Times Square” (9 p.m., BET): “Alicia Here in Times Square” could be the ultimate
Today Lectures David A. Weintraub on the Potential Impact of the Discovery of Planets on
Council to consider rules for beekeepers CANFIELD City council will consider a new ordinance
Brewtus Brewing Company, 23 Chestnut Ave., Sharon, Pa. Fri: Uncharted Course, 7 p.m. Sat: Five
Today is Thursday, Nov. 3, the 308th day of 2016. There are 58 days left in the year. ASSOCIATED
Vacation with NATURE for experiences of A LIFETIME By Theresa Semchee Ohio certified volunteer
NEW THIS WEEK Doctor Strange (PG-13) Benedict Cumberbatch takes on the role of the world-famous
Fall cleanup From disease reduction to pest reduction, fall cleanup is the best thing you can do
Roethlisberger took first-team snaps while practicing in a limited capacity on Wednesday.
Associated Press HARTFORD, Conn. New England Christmas- tree growers say the region’s drought
AUDITIONS ACTORS “Greetings,SDRq directed by Nick Mulichak, Victorian Players, 702 Mahoning
Michael Timlin is not a drunk punk, but he played one on TV. The Poland native, who now lives in
Investigating death AUSTINTOWN Police today will continue its investigation into the cause of
Art exhibits at the Hoyt Two exhibits exploring the quirks of human nature are on display in the
The Lakeview boys soccer team took its first loss of the season with a 3-0 defeat at the hands of Revere in the Division II regional semifinal.
Assistant manager wanted at ReStore STRUTHERS Habitat for Humanity’s Struthers ReStore located
Complete list of winners of Wednesday’s Country Music Association Awards: Entertainer of the Year:
Lawyers say Cosby is too blind to defend himself NORRISTOWN, Pa. Bill Cosby’s eyesight has
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Editorial: Mahoning County Trea- surer Daniel Yemma, a Democrat seeking re-election Tuesday, contends his