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Railroad club's annual display includes downtown Youngstown in '50s, other landmarks

The Youngstown Model Railroad Association’s annual open house Saturday is a “remember when” event for the older visitors and an “oh, wow” moment for the children and grandchildren they brought with them as they see models of the trains that used to frequent the area.

Secret Service rushes Trump offstage briefly at Nevada rally

Donald Trump was rushed off stage by the Secret Service during a rally in Nevada but returned within minutes.

Melania Trump paid illegally for modeling jobs before work visa

Melania Trump was paid for 10 modeling jobs in the United States that occurred before she had legal permission to work in the country, according to documents from 20 years ago provided to The Associated Press.

Recipes of Youngstown's tasting event today benefits veterans

Food From the Homefront, an aptly named tasting event hosted Saturday by the Recipes of Youngstown group to celebrate Veterans Day, benefitted the Armed Forces Student Association at Youngstown State University.

Retired military officer tells how to help military returning to civilian life

Too often, the media and movies are the sole means by which people’s perceptions of war are formed, fed, shaped and cemented.

OSHP investigates apparent suicide by elderly driver

OSHP investigates apparent suicide by elderly driver

Shannon Smrek | Zachary Christoff

POLAND Shannon Marie Smrek and Zachary David Christoff, both of Poland, were married May 28 by

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Sarah Maxwell | Jereme Frey

NORTH LIMA Sarah Maxwell of North Lima and Jereme Frey of Avon, Ohio, exchanged vows Sept. 3 at

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Katie Benish v John Phillips

bermuda Katie Anne Benish became the bride of John Phillips on June 15 during an afternoon

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Stephanie Corbin | Dalton Caldwell

WARREN Stephanie Corbin became the bride of Dalton Caldwell during an afternoon ceremony July 16

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Church offers loss seminar

Ronald McDonald give-a-coat campaign

Ronald McDonald give-a-coat campaign YOUNGSTOWN Ronald McDonald House Charities of Mahoning


How to adopt: Call West Side Cats at 330-792-4228. Visit them at the shelter at 2217 Mahoning Ave.,

Former cafe operator seeks $150,000 from MetroParks

Mill Creek MetroParks receives complaint from former cafe operator seeking damages

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Mooney soars in bird battle

Cardinal Mooney held Hubbard’s potent ground game to just 139 yards.

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Adopting at an older age gives life purpose, Liberty mom says

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. So began “Life Part 2,” Anderson said.

Penguins, Bison set to battle for first place

Quarterback Hunter Wells will lead the YSU offense for the second year in a row against NDSU.

Children Services seeks help to build addition for little liver recipient Jamie

Trumbull County Children Services has recently identified an adoptive family for Jamie, 5, the little girl who received a lifesaving liver donation last year, and her brother Jeremiah, 7.

Big plays help Harding survive Bee attack

Lynn Bowden rushed for 201 yards and four touchdowns, threw for one touchdown and returned a kick 75 yards for a score.

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Woman arraigned for punching son in school

Also charged with assaulting school employee

Aquinas ousts Lisbon on late FG

The much bigger St. Thomas Aquinas football team had a devil of a time catching up with Lisbon’s small backs.

Woodridge gets the better of Struthers in defensive battle

Struthers’ defense tried their best to keep the Wildcats’ season alive against Woodridge in the first round of the playoffs. They had two sacks, two blocked kicks, forced and recovered two fumbles and intercepted a pass, but it was not enough as the Woodridge Bulldogs prevailed 18-6.

Warren woman not guilty by reason of insanity of stalking charge

A judge has ruled that a woman charged in April with harassing a sheriff’s deputy was suffering from a severe mental illness

Lawsuit says another person was buried in woman’s cemetery plot in Niles

A Niles woman has filed a lawsuit in Trumbull County Common Pleas Court, alleging that another person was buried in her burial plot in Niles Cemetery.

Sensory overload with a lot of heart ‘TROLLS’

By LINDSEY BAHR AP Film Writer It’s somewhat fitting that the new DreamWorks Animation feature


Bon Jovi Album: “This House Is Not for Sale” Grade: A This ain’t your mama’s Bon Jovi. The

‘The Last Supper’ painting restored

Associated Press FLORENCE, Italy A 16th-century painting by Renaissance artist Giorgio Vasari

Thousands attend Beth Moore’s Living Proof Live at Covelli

Marcia Bohn appreciated the truth in what Moore preaches – especially near the time of such a controversial presidential election.

Police: Suspect in Wal-Mart shooting says he was threatened

Associated Press PITTSBURGH The suspect in a shooting at a Hermitage, Pa., Wal-Mart store told

Summer youth jobs returning in 2017

The summer employment program for low-income youth will return in 2017.

METRO DIGEST || Naxalone device recall

Naloxone device recall WARREN Trumbull County Combined Health District has received notification

Valley shoppers, stores prepare for holiday season

Jody Esposito, a Boardman Best Buy employee, displays the Oculus Rift, a virtual-reality headset developed and manufactured by Oculus VR, an expected “Top Tech” buy this holiday season.

Clean drug screens are goal of Trumbull grant project

Clean drug screens are goal of Trumbull grant project

Man charged in knife fight at Kirkmere

Also faces charges he belonged to drug ring


Blue Jackets 10, Canadiens 0 COLUMBUS Cam Atkinson, Nick Foligno, Scott Hartnell and Josh

ON THE LINKS | Friday’s professional golf results

SHRINERS HOSPITALS FOR CHILDREN OPEN LAS VEGAS Rod Pampling followed an opening 11-under 60

Poland Township police have arrested two Struthers suspects tied to a string of burglaries

Poland Township police have arrested two Struthers suspects tied to a string of burglaries

Pacquiao’s latest bout a tough sell

Unfortunately for Pacquiao, at this stage of his career he needs a hook to sell his fights.

Election Day prayer

Election Day prayer YOUNGSTOWN St. John’s Episcopal Church, 323 Wick Ave., will be open from

Submit services for Thanksgiving

Submit services for Thanksgiving Information on special services for Thanksgiving will be


BRIDGE Q. Neither vulnerable, as South, you hold: xK J 9 7 u5 4 vA J 10 3 wA 9 5 Right-hand


Steelers: Quarterback Ben Roethlisberger is still in the mix to return to the lineup on Sunday in

Girard students gain first-hand experience with local government

High school students participate in civic day.

Part-time workers’ issue won’t work for home care

Opinion: Part-time workers’ issue won’t work for home care The Ohio Council for Home Care and Hospice is

Hunter education

Hunter education Hubbard The Hubbard Conservation Club, 1760 Wick-Campbell Road, will have a

At last, we can move past election

Opinion: It shouldn’t be much longer before we put the 2016 Election to bed and focus on other things.

Indians pick up options on Francona, Santana

The cruel sting of losing Game 7 hasn’t completely left the Cleveland Indians.

Ohio voting Judge issues order to stop harassment by Trump supporters

Associated Press CLEVELAND A federal judge on Friday issued a temporary restraining order

Nebraska looking for ‘signature win’ at OSU

For a pair of one-loss teams, there couldn’t be much more at stake when No. 9 Nebraska clashes with No. 6 Ohio State tonight.

Growing rumors permeate S. Korea

Associated Press SEOUL She was the secret power behind the South Korean throne, the first

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Associated Press PITTSBURGH A Pennsylvania man was arrested on child-endangerment charges

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Associated Press COLUMBUS Ohio’s addictions agency has issued an awareness alert after a company

Clinton sent daughter material that was later classified

Associated Press WASHINGTON The State Department on Friday released a 2009 email chain that

Body found where woman was chained ‘like a dog’

Associated Press SPARTANBURG, S.C. A woman who was “chained up like a dog” for weeks in a dark

US workers gain jobs

Associated Press WASHINGTON Workers enjoyed their best pay raises in seven years last month as

Heavy fighting as troops drive into Mosul

Associated Press MOSUL, Iraq Iraqi special forces launched a two-pronged assault deeper into

Guest lineups for the Sunday news shows:

Guest lineups for the Sunday news shows: ABC’s “This Week”: John Podesta, Clinton campaign


COMING TOMORROW It’s a time of transition at Opera Western Reserve.

Clinton taps star power; Trump still goes it alone

Associated Press CLEVELAND Hillary Clinton dispatched musical and political celebrities across

2 indicted in shooting that left toddler dead

Associated Press COLUMBUS A prosecutor says two men accused in a shooting that left a 2-year-old

Inside the ropes with … Jason Kokrak

Inside the ropes with … Jason Kokrak Friday: The Warren JFK graduate shot a second-round 68 in the

Deadline to request absentee ballots by mail approaches

Associated Press COLUMBUS Time is running out for Ohio voters to request an absentee ballot by


BBB warns against free seminar YOUNGSTOWN The Better Business Bureau of the Mahoning Valley

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Associated Press SAN FRANCISCO In another black eye for one of the world’s leading consumer

GM starts producing 200-mile electric Bolt

Associated Press ORION TOWNSHIP, Michigan It can go more than 200 miles on battery power, and

Today’s entertainment picks:

Today’s entertainment picks: v Youngstown Symphony Orchestra, 8 p.m.: A tribute to Italian


Births St. Elizabeth Boardman Hospital Leala Lutz and Richard Gilbert, Poland, boy, Nov. 3.

How they match up: Penguins vs. Bison

YSU NDSU Points per game23.927.1 Opp. points15.518.4 Rushing avg.237.8223.4 Passing

OUT & ABOUT | Club Calendar

HUNTER, TRAPPER EDUCATION INFORMATION — Ohio: Call 800-WILDLIFE Pennsylvania: 814-432-3187.

Priest reflects on path to vocation

Monsignor John Zuraw is chancellor of the Youngstown diocese and pastor of St. Rose Church

Ex-teacher released

Ex-teacher released CAMPBELL A former Campbell Memorial High School teacher has been released

Flooded cities in Mexico under state of emergency

Associated Press MEXICO CITY Mexico’s federal government has declared a state of emergency for

Rookie QB Kess;er set to start Sunday vs. Cowboys

Rookie quarterback Cody Kessler will be the Browns’ starter this week and the foreseeable future.


Today is Saturday, Nov. 5, the 310th day of 2016. There are 56 days left in the year. Daylight

The Undecideds They're out there, and so very conflicted

After all the sound, fury, fact, fallacy, bluster and blarney of the 2016 presidential campaign, there still are undecided voters out there.

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Associated Press SEATTLE Eight of nine children hospitalized in Washington state for a polio-

Alert issued after recall of overdose antidote device

Associated Press COLUMBUS Ohio’s addictions agency has issued an awareness alert after a company


GOLF SFlbShriners Hospitals for Children Open Friday At TPC Summerlin Las Vegas Purse:


POLICE CALLS A summary of recent criminal activity in Girard, Liberty and Hubbard: GIRARD Oct.

Mahoning Valley Manufacturers Coalition creates pathways for skilled workers to find viable jobs

Mahoning Valley Manufacturers Coalition creates pathways for skilled workers to find viable jobs

Don’t be lazy: Get out and vote

Opinion: There is no excuse available for those who are registered to vote not to do so

Millions celebrate long-waited Cubs win

A crowd, estimated by city officials at 5 million, lined Michigan Avenue and Lake Shore Drive.

Fishing: The cure for what hurts

Like it was for other Indians fans, my Thursday morning was not a good one. The World Series bug

Agenda Sunday

Agenda Sunday Mathews Local school board, executive session 6 p.m., meeting to follow, cafeteria,

New books for nature lovers

Not to rush the holiday season, but I want to be sure readers have time to consider some of this