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The valley remembers the 1968 assassination of Martin Luther King Jr.
Stories published April 1, 2018
The Indians split the series
QUEST highlights student scholarship
Five barrels of goods were given out to the needy children
After record-filled stay at Wooster, Struthers graduate eyes pros
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Monday:
Snow is in the forecast ahead of the New York Yankees' much-anticipated home opener against the Tampa Bay Rays on Monday.
A subsidiary that runs FirstEnergy Corp.'s nuclear and coal-fired power plants has filed for bankruptcy after the utility said earlier that it planned to close its three nuclear plants in Ohio and Pennsylvania.
A data breach at department store chains Saks Fifth Avenue, Saks Off Fifth and Lord & Taylor has compromised the personal information of customers who shopped at the stores.
The prisoner claims the shooting of his girlfriend was an accident.
The Denver Zoo is welcoming a baby Sumatran orangutan who is named after an Indonesian word that means "bright" and is often used to refer to sunshine.
A politics institute will conduct a series of interviews with Ohio's six major gubernatorial candidates which will be live-streamed.
A summary of recent criminal activity in Poland and Boardman townships
Just hours before a rusted steel arm snapped on a carnival ride and flung passengers onto the ground at the Ohio State Fair last summer, four state inspectors gave the ride a final look.
Cleveland’s Rock & Roll Hall of Fame says it will receive $4.1 million over five years to help expand its youth education programs and community activities.
Steven Spielberg has found his way back to the top of the box office with the action-adventure "Ready Player One," while Tyler Perry has scored again with "Acrimony."
Boardman’s Micah Beckwith and Canfield’s Jake Hostetler are set to compete in the 100-meter dash Tuesday at Boardman.
Valley schools, like their counterparts across the country, are grappling with security issues after mass school shootings in places such as Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla.
Youngstown scored five of its six goals in the second period.
Howland junior says Alabama ‘space camp’ reinforced his love of aviation
Armond Richard of Cleveland scored a unanimous decision over Youngstown’s Brian Sims.
The Jewish Community Center of Youngstown partnered with the Liberty School District to develop the Liberty Youth Recreation Impact Center, just one initiative the center took to expand its outreach into the community.
An indoor petting zoo featured bunnies, chicks and a baby kangaroo.
boys basketball aac red tier Player of The Year Connor Tamarkin, Howland First Team Nathan
Random thoughts while wondering what a March Madness run by Youngstown State would be like for the Valley.
That’s what Derrick McDowell believed and that’s the message he conveyed to his children when he started the Youngstown Flea in the Covelli Centre parking lot in 2016.
AT A GLANCE What: “Jesus Christ Superstar” live When: 8 p.m. tonight Where: NBC By MARK
TRACK AND FIELD Joe Lane Invitational At Mineral Ridge Team Scores — 1. Mcdonald 81; 2.
The Youngstown State University Dance Ensemble will present its annual concert at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday in Bliss Hall’s Ford Theater. There will be no Sunday matinee.
Trumbull Neighborhood Partnership and the Healthy Communities Partnership are announcing a Community Food Security Discussion with the author of “Big Hunger,” Andrew Fisher, at the Raymond J. Wean Foundation’s Western Reserve Conference Room, 147 W. Market St., from 1 to 4 p.m. Friday
LAW Day Ketterer of Toledo, Hudson, Canton and Youngstown recently announced the addition of four
The valley remembers the 1968 assassination of Martin Luther King Jr.
Opinion: On this the holiest day of Christianity, only the truth will set the Youngstown City School District
Editorial: President Donald J. Trump visited Northeast Ohio last week to tout his infrastructure plan at a
Newcomer’s slam powers win in Seattle
Associated Press SACRAMENTO, Calif. The family of Stephon Clark joined hundreds at a rally
Associated Press MOSCOW Russian diplomats and their families climbed aboard buses and left their
Associated Press SALT LAKE CITY The Mormon church made history and injected a bit of diversity
YOUNGSTOWN STRONG Preliminaries 97 pounds — Akim Robinson (1-2, Cleveland) def. Mitch Crisp
Associated Press GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip Israel will target militant groups inside Gaza if
NEWSMAKERS Hundreds line streets to honor Hawking LONDON The life of renowned physicist and
Opinion: Letters to the Editor: April 1, 2018
Associated Press VATICAN CITY Pope Francis on Saturday urged Catholics to not remain paralyzed
Canfield AARP 3104 will meet at 1 p.m. April 9 at Canfield Presbyterian Church. Blood pressure will
WEDNESDAY Mahoning Garden Club will meet at noon at the Davis Education and Visitor Center,
Associated Press NEW YORK You’re on the couch. The remote control is in your hand. What can you
Staff report YOUNGSTOWN Youngstown’s Advancing Education – Reducing Crime community coalition,
By HILLEL ITALIE AP National Writer NEW YORK Sean Penn, Oscar-winning actor, has other
Staff report SHARON, PA The community is invited to Penn State Shenango for Earth Fest 2018,
Easter Seals offers hot, nutritious meals weekdays in Columbiana and Mahoning counties for people 60
Thomas J. Riley to George Colaneri, Bishop Woods Court, Poland, $15,000. Off Piste Properties LLC
By DAVID KOENIG AP Airlines Writer DALLAS Europe never seems to lose its appeal to American
Propeller signed by Orville Wright heading to Denver DAYTON A wooden propeller signed by
Q. I had to take my ex back to court on a financial matter (without an attorney), and the judge
HARDCOVER FICTION 1. “Accidental Heroes” by Danielle Steel (Delacorte) 2. “The Punishment She
NBC will present a live production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s “Jesus Christ Superstar” tonight. Here’s
By JANET McCONNAUGHEY Associated Press NEW ORLEANS It’s daylight outside, but with indoor
Editorial: The First Easter And when the sabbath was past, Mary Magdalene, and Mary the mother of James, and
Man wounded after firing at police in Ky. LOUISVILLE, Ky. A man was shot and wounded after
Inside the ropes with … Jason Kokrak Saturday: The Warren JFK graduate shot a 2-over 74 in the
notices BASEBALL Creekside B League team — is looking for pitchers for 2018 season. Contact
Moe Wagner scored 24 points, Charles Matthews added 17 and the Wolverines rallied to beat the Ramblers 69-57.
Associated Press HOSPERS, Iowa In Sioux County, where swine barns interrupt the vast landscape
Angels 8, Athletics 3 OAKLAND, CALIF. Mike Trout had three hits and two RBIs, Zack Cozart also
The Vindicator sports editor and Curbstone Coaches 2018 Hall of Fame Inductee Ed Puskas, will be the guest speaker at Monday’s luncheon meeting of The Curbstone Coaches at the Avion Banquet Center on Western Reserve Road in Beaver Township.
PGA Last spot in Masters up for grabs in Houston HUMBLE, TEXAS Ian Poulter has played in the
Notre Dame is hoping to deliver McGraw’s second title
Anthony Joshua is a man in a hurry as he looks to unify the heavyweight division.
Jose Calderon is Cleveland’s Jose-on-the-spot, a dependable player capable of starting, coming off the bench or pulling for his teammates from the bench.
YOUNGSTOWN STATE Baseball sweeps UIC, ties for first-place NILES Collin Floyd struck out 10
The Pittsburgh Penguins’ quest for a three-peat is officially on
Canucks 5, Blue Jackets 4, OT VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA Alex Edler scored 1:21 into
Villanova made a Final Four-record 18 3-pointers Saturday night.
MILESTONES HONORS Judge receives award Judge Robert N. Rusu of Mahoning County Probate Court
Today is Easter, April 1, the 91st day of 2018. There are 274 days left in the year. This also is
Associated Press WASHINGTON Fifty years after the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr., only
phantoms 6 team USA1 Next: Chicago at Youngstown, Friday, 7:05 p.m. Inside: Photos from
Blood Drives today Trumbull Regional Medical Center, 1350 E. Market St., Warren, 9 a.m. to 2
Q. Even though he had an early-August birthday, we started our son in kindergarten this past fall at a private Christian school. They did some testing prior to the start of the school year and told us they thought he would do okay. Now, however, they are telling us that he is “somewhat immature” and would probably benefit from another year in kindergarten.
By JOYCE M. ROSENBERG AP Business Writer NEW YORK When a young customer returned to Mary
Staff report WARREN Help Network of Northeast Ohio will present “An Evening with Sinatra,”
Staff report YOUNGSTOWN Dozens of area high school students, many of whom participated in the
The region has 14 different apprenticeship programs available to help solve the manpower shortage in skilled labor.
Agenda Monday Beaver Township trustees, 9 a.m., special meeting, administration building, 11999
On area alleys Area Bowling scores amron lanes Amron Wednesday Seniors — Mark Anderson 264-702,
Associated Press DUNDEE, Miss. Wearing aqua-colored T-shirts and hydration backpacks, a group
Jesmyn Ward and N. Scott Momaday win Anisfield-Wolf Awards NEW YORK Prize-winning novelists
Opinion: Everyone needs extra work as the 2018 baseball season unfolds. So, name the player or players who: