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Gardeners this week planted 145 roses in Fellows’ iconic rose garden, replacing damaged flowers and filling in voids. The planting effort is part of a ...
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Stories published November 4, 2016
The former operator of the Garden Cafe at Fellows Riverside Gardens seeks $150,000 from Mill Creek MetroParks for alleged breach of contract.
Ina Madison, 67, of Youngstown is a committed shopper. So, it’s no surprise that she plans to head out for the Black Friday shopping experience that starts Thanksgiving Day.
The summer employment program for young people from low-income families, which had been slated for termination by the state, will return next year, Robert E. Bush Jr., Mahoning County Job and Family Services director, has told the county commissioners.
Trumbull County Children Services recently has identified an adoptive family for Jamie, 5, the little girl who received a lifesaving liver donation last year, and her brother Jeremiah, 7.
Kim Anderson of Liberty says reaching her 50s with two grown children who no longer lived at home was no reason to think about retirement or being alone.
A judge has ruled that a woman charged in April with harassing a deputy sheriff – and other law-enforcement officers and officials – was suffering from a severe mental illness and is not guilty by reason of insanity.
Boil alert for parts of Youngstown and Austintown
Jury finds against Rolling Stone suit in rape story
Arraignments today in big heroin and marijuana case
18 accused in heroin bust arraigned today
Two from Struthers nabbed in Poland burglaries
Police ID woman found behind Austintown motel
UPDATE | Police call off search for reported gunman
Pittsburgh mayor, police chief to address resignation rumors
Calvary Towers residents evacuated after fire report
Pro Bull Riders will return to Covelli Centre
23-year-old robbery suspect in custody
US trade deficit in September at lowest level in 19 months
Man jailed after Pennsylvania Wal-Mart worker shot in store
Market indexes inch higher in early US trading
US employers add solid 161K jobs; wages up by most since ’09
Chicago expecting throngs of fans for Cubs victory parade
3 city patrolmen promoted to detective sergeant
ASSOCIATIONS NARFE Chapter 14 will have its monthly meeting at 1 p.m. Wednesday at the Saxon Club,
Freedom dinner will take place Nov. 12 at Yankee Lake Ballroom.
Concession sales tonight at Stambaugh Stadium likely will take a major hit.
Mother of two children who became unconscious because of drugs convicted of child endangering
Sanders also criticized Trump’s ‘stupidity involving climate control’
Warren JFK has rematch with Toronto
Defending champs dominated Crestview
Teachers wanted their concerns to be heard at the Thursday afternoon academic distress commission meeting
Blue Devil has a Naval Academy dream
First Friday of Greater Youngstown hosted speaker Robert Mickens
Injuries didn’t prevent Cleveland from taking Cubs to limit
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.
Associated Press MOSCOW Russian President Vladimir Putin has awarded Russian citizenship to
By JOCELYN NOVECK AP National Writer Is “Hacksaw Ridge” Mel Gibson’s redemption? Is it his
Prosecutors were seeking 15 years
By LYNN ELBER Associated Press LOS ANGELES A record number of gay characters are featured on
ValleyCare Health System’s parent company, Community Health Systems, has three hospitals in the Mahoning Valley
A Columbiana County veteran who served in World War II and the Korean War was honored Thursday for his post-military service in the state.
Lebron Charles Bunkley could get up to life in prison and be fined up to $10 million.
Akron man detained on federal complaint accusing him of sex with Girard girl
A little more than 62,000 early general-election ballots were cast in the three counties as of Thursday
Gardeners this week planted 145 roses in Fellows’ iconic rose garden, replacing damaged flowers and filling in voids. The planting effort is part of a project that will extend into next summer. By July, a total of 400 new roses will fill the garden in bursts of red, pink and yellow.
Sister Jerome’s Mission, a program of the Ursuline Sisters of Youngstown, and the program’s advisory
Oct. 17 Burglary: Prescription medications were stolen from an attached garage at a home in the
Varsity boys tennis coaching position open The following coaching position is open at Poland
Name: Justin Tremonti; Max Franko; Noah Lee; Dan Sheehan; Madison Cercel; Jessica Weetman: Sarah
By ALEXIS BARTOLOMUCCI email@example.com Paw Platoon hosted a Fall Fun fundraising
By ALEXIS BARTOLOMUCCI firstname.lastname@example.org The Poland library hosted a Painting Party for
By ALEXIS BARTOLOMUCCI email@example.com Students and families from Austintown
By ALEXIS BARTOLOMUCCI firstname.lastname@example.org The Down Syndrome Association of the Valley and
Sarah Navarra and Kerstin Smith were joined in marriage June 4 at St. Charles Church. The 1:30 p.m.
Austintown Bounce worked with Home Savings and Loan to host its annual Halloween Party on Oct. 21.
Local school hosts Veteran’s Day Luncheon The students and staff at West Boulevard Elementary
The Boardman Lions Club partnered with Target to host the eighth annual Coats for Kids project on Oct. 4 at Target.
The Canfield Police Department has partnered with Canfield Local School District to present a collaborative safety initiative which will provide Child Safety Fingerprint ID Kits to all kindergarten students and new elementary students to the district.
CVMS Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Everyone has been touched in some way by cancer. Pancreatic
Celebrate Short Fiction Day Space is still available for area fiction writers who want to be part
By ALEXIS BARTOLOMUCCI email@example.com Beeghly Oaks hosted the first annual car show
Local church to have Kolachi drive through There will be a Kolachi Nut Roll drive through at The
The Poland Seminary High School band hosted its annual pasta dinner on Oct. 2 at the PSHS cafeteria.
BOARDMAN Oct. 21 Attempted burglary: A woman returned to her apartment in the 8100 block of
On Oct. 22, Mason Matiste, current eighth-grader from Poland Middle School, travelled to Lancaster
Sarah Marie Beeman, of Findlay, Ohio, formerly of Canfield, and Tyler David Hissong, also of
Susan Diane Mandl became the bride of Michael Patrick Ramsey on April 2 at The Colony Golf Club in
Phantoms fall to Lumberjacks MUSKEGON, MICH. The Youngstown Phantoms were unable to overcome a
Matt Ryan threw for 344 yards and four touchdowns, helping the Atlanta Falcons tighten their grip on first place in the NFC South with a 43-28 victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Thursday night.
Study: Obama tax hikes on rich didn’t hurt economy, or rich AP Photo NY114 Eds: Adds link. With
Associated Press STOCKHOLM The world is nowhere near on track to achieve the ambitious
Associated Press WASHINGTON What happens if America wakes up on Nov. 9 to another undecided,
Today is Friday, Nov. 4, the 309th day of 2016. There are 57 days left in the year. ASSOCIATED
Associated Press Store credit cards may sound tempting with their discounts and loyalty
Core of team is young
Surplus food/clothing East Side Crime Watch, 1001 Oak St., corner of Fruit Street, Youngstown,
LATEST LINE NFL Sunday FavoritePointsUnderdog KANSAS CITY71/2Jacksonville
TV/RADIO TODAY 5 a.m. (GC) Golf: Turkish Airlines Open. 12:30 p.m. (NBCSN) Auto racing: NASCAR
TODAY 6 p.m. (CBSSN) College football: Central Michigan at Miami. 6:30 p.m. (WPIC-AM 790) High
POLICE CALLS A summary of recent criminal activity in Poland and Boardman townships: POLAND
New poll: Portman has double-digit lead COLUMBUS Incumbent Republican Rob Portman has jumped to
Associated Press Millions of Americans are finding out this month the price of health insurance is
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He’ll start Sunday against Ravens
Associated Press Cellphone carriers are going all in on unlimited data. T-Mobile ditched its
Associated Press GREENVILLE, Miss. The FBI opened a civil- rights investigation into the arson
Driver pleads guilty to amended charge AUSTINTOWN A former Florida truck driver pleaded guilty
Raffle to take place at InfroCision BOARDMAN InfoCision Management Corp. will have a live
Associated Press JACKSONVILLE, Fla. Donald Trump warned Thursday that a cloud of investigation
Outcome of presidential election is difficult to predict, but Clinton likely won’t fare too well locally
Opinion: This is the most challenging presidential election to predict in my nearly three decades as a
Canfield woman got scammed on World Series ticket, missed game
Defenseman contributed goal, assist
Editorial: Over the past decade, a growing network of organizations in the world, the nation, the state and the
SHANGHAI Seizures of the deadly chemical carfentanil have exploded across the United States, with
Ohio State could be spolier
Opinion: By Eric J. SEGALL Los Angeles Times The U.S. Supreme Court recently released its December
Births St. Elizabeth Boardman Hospital Tashee Ortiz and Brandon Thomas, Campbell, boy, Nov. 2.
Judge: Iowa police slaying suspect hit, exploited mom DES MOINES, Iowa An Iowa man jailed
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Five deputies, fellow inmate, among victims
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Danielle A. Blair became the bride of Marlon Moses Aug. 6 at World Fellowship Interdenominational
TONIGHT BRECKSVILLE-BROADVIEW HEIGHTS at WARREN HARDING What: Division II, Region 5
Cleveland unbeaten in 5 games
Agenda Saturday Lowellville school board, 9 a.m., special meeting in executive session to discuss
Brecksville at Warren Harding Howland at Akron Hoban Hubbard at Cardinal Mooney Struthers at
COURTS MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Kyle J. Tolla, 32, of Maysville, N.C., and Kaitlyn M.
Associated Press NEW YORK Wells Fargo has confirmed that the Securities and Exchange Commission
TRANSACTIONS BASEBALL American League BOSTON RED SOX — Exercised the 2017 contract option on
GOLF PGA Tour Shriners Hospitals for Children Thursday At TPC Summerlin Las Vegas Purse: