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Chaney Junior ROTC member Kimberly McCann gives Kilo some much-needed 'me time' to sniff and smell. The JROTC volunteers spent Wednesday walking dogs as a ...
Stories published April 12, 2018
Brad Hurtig was a linebacker for Fairview High School and was known for his athleticism, but an accident in the summer of his sophomore year caused his hands to be amputated.
A woman charged Wednesday with child endangering after her three children were found in a home raided by police also had her kids with her during a police raid of a home she was in last November.
Elaine Ginetti and eight of her relatives worked the bar in the St. Nicholas Great Hall, slinging drinks and homemade pepperoni rolls to patrons of the 5th annual Taste of Struthers Thursday night.
A man convicted of killing a 74-year-old man and wounding his wife in 2010 in a case of mistaken identity was re-sentenced Thursday in Mahoning County Common Pleas Court.
The jury in the Shawn Hope trial returned guilty verdicts on all counts Thursday, finding that Hope killed John P. Kellar, 41, of Niles.
If Niles voters approve an emergency 5.85-mill school levy May 8, the annual revenue of $1.3 million “will only keep us afloat,” Superintendent Ann Marie Thigpen said at a public forum Wednesday.
Trump puts off Syria strike decision, will talk to allies
Jewish Community Relations Council remembers Holocaust, plans tribute to international scholar
Some Campbell businesses wrongly paid income tax to Youngstown, mayor says
Shawn Hope found guilty of aggravated murder
Michael Malvasi III gets jail time for assault
Putin unlikely to let a US strike in Syria go unanswered
$1 million federal grant will help study of transgender kids
2 Pa. state troopers accused of illegally accessing woman’s Facebook
N.H. House approves letting farmers carry loaded rifles in fields
Judge to rule on medical testimony in buried newborn case
Jurors to soon deliberate fate of Shawn Hope
City man faces drug charges after Boardman hotel arrest
Mahoning County Sheriff's Activity
Firestone switching from PGA event to Champions Tour major in 2019
Miami University says Students for Life display was defaced
Sanitation worker hit by Boardman school bus
Women nabbed in downtown robbery
2 Pa. men charged with sabotaging railroad signals
Calif. teacher who accidentally fired gun in class resigns
Youngstown man jailed on gun charge after arrest on South Side
Aubrey Toney resentenced today for 2010 murder of Thomas Repchic
Youngstown Board of Control signs $8M pact for amphitheater project
Accusers confront Bill Cosby, and they aren't holding back
Officials say cause of fire at Pa. resort still undetermined
Pompeo defends Trump on Russia, won't talk about Mueller
Residents use windows to escape Philly row home fire; 3 hospitalized
Youngstown police conduct raids, find drugs, guns at South Side homes
Authorities: Pa. church deacon sent obscene images to ’teen’
Body found in Ohio in 1981 identified as Arkansas woman
Report: Missouri Gov. Greitens slapped, grabbed woman
California to join Guard border mission, but with conditions
Trump: Syria attack ’very soon or not so soon at all!’
It's the Phantoms' annual school-day game with 4,000 kids.
Cardinal Mooney beat Ursuline 8-6 on the strength of Katie Perry’s grand slam.
Fadia Ishak struggled to keep her emotions in check as she recalled having been a victim of domestic violence, which also entailed being separated from her four children.
The company is planning a thriller/horror film to be shot in Youngstown.
After some departures, Youngstown State’s men’s basketball team is getting some reinforcements.
Council also announced the reassignment of the fire chief.
LeBron James played in his 82nd game, scored 10 points and then got some rest for the playoffs.
When West Branch schools’ safety plan was implemented in 1995, no thought was given to dealing with an active shooter, but current protocols must address those potential situations.
BASEBALL Boardman 7, Akron Hoban 3 AKRON Alex Cardona struck out nine and pitched a complete
The TRIO Educational Opportunity Center showcased resources for Youngstown
If You GO What: “An Evening of O. Henry” When: 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, and also April 20
Staff report YOUNGSTOWN An exhibition of works by Youngstown artist Jim Pernotto will open
Staff report SALEM Mustard’s Retreat will perform at 7 p.m. Saturday in the Meeting Room of the
The suspect owns a motel in Lisbon that recently advertised an Easter egg hunt for children.
Youngstown State University honored dozens of faculty members, including one with 50 years of services, at its annual Faculty Recognition Awards Dinner on Wednesday evening.
Judge R. Scott Krichbaum of Mahoning County Common Pleas Court said he felt jail was deserved because he feels people should not assault police, even though a pre-sentence investigation and prosecutors were recommending probation.
Chaney Junior ROTC member Kimberly McCann gives Kilo some much-needed 'me time' to sniff and smell. The JROTC volunteers spent Wednesday walking dogs as a community service project at Animal Charity.
Alzheimer’s Association will sponsor awareness dinner
AUDITIONS ACTORS “Bullets Over Broadway,” directed by Nick Opritza with Lori George
Editorial: It has been five days since Syria’s evil dictator Bashar Assad launched a chemical attack on his
CD RATES The table shows the annual percentage yield as of Wednesday. All yields given in percent.
Thursday Music Angelo Babbaro, 8 p.m., W.D. Packard Music Hall, 1703 Mahoning Ave. NW, Warren;
Backyard Bar and Grill, 8942 Youngstown Pittsburgh Road, Poland; 330-757-2476 Sat: Dead Flowers, 9
The ongoing revitalization of downtown Warren into an arts and entertainment center will get a huge
Staff report YOUNGSTOWN Bruce Manning, a retired emergency management director in McKean
Today is Thursday, April 12, the 102nd day of 2018. There are 263 days left in the year.
Opinion: WASHINGTON “An attack on our country,” a clearly agitated President Trump said of the search of
If you watch television, you know that prescription drug ads have proliferated like dandelions after
Warren-based Covelli Enterprises will close its original Panera location inside the Shops at Boardman Park to open the location that will feature a new design, a drive-thru and patio.
ODDLY ENOUGH Couple who met in market wed amid veggies in Aisle 13 LOWER BURRELL, Pa.
Two local Walmart locations are a part of a list of Ohio locations up for a remodel this year.
NEW THIS WEEK Blumhouse’s Truth or Dare (PG-13) A harmless game of Truth or Dare among friends
Staff report YOUNGSTOWN The Butler Institute of American Art will take part in International
Niles police chief says officer fired after seeing gun and hand in stairwell
‘FaceAge’ at Shenango campus Penn State Laureate Andrew Belser will provide tours of his
Agenda Friday Brookfield Township trustees, 7:30 a.m., special meeting, administration building,
Births St. Elizabeth boardman Hospital Emily Macovitz and Joseph Perrett, Youngstown, boy,
Husted said DeWine would ask the president for the option to develop a sustainable Medicaid expansion system
Ohio has ‘to find a way to provide care for people in a way that we can afford,’ he said
STOCK, DIVIDEND CLOSE CHANGE Alcoa Inc., .1253.96-0.12 Aqua America, .71 33.61-0.07
Cordray questions DeWine call to speaker facing FBI scrutiny COLUMBUS Democrat Richard Cordray
Opinion: By Michael Reagan Cagle Cartoons I’m feeling human again, thanks. After three weeks of living
Relay for life Scheduled events The American Cancer Society’s planned Relay for Life events in
Joseph Zaku said he knows what he did is wrong. Judge Sweeney advised him that a probation violation could result in 11 years in prison.
“Scandal” (10 p.m., ABC): Cyrus and Jake’s mission to take the White House reaches a new level of
Staff report POLAND The Alzheimer’s Association Greater East Ohio Area Chapter will host its
Associated Press CINCINNATI Former U.S. House Speaker John Boehner said Wednesday he has had a
Associated Press WASHINGTON The Trump administration is considering a plan that would allow
Bryant’s three hits help Chicago win
METS D’Arnaud tears elbow ligament MIAMI The New York Mets suddenly found themselves down two
Associated Press COLUMBUS A prison guard stabbed multiple times by inmates in a February
Private companies invested more than $216 million in the Mahoning Valley last year, the Youngstown/Warren Regional Chamber said Wednesday.
Associated Press WASHINGTON The Russia collusion probe. The Stormy Daniels allegations. The
Associated Press NEW YORK Mark Zuckerberg faced two days of grilling before House and Senate
Associated Press NORRISTOWN, PA. Decades after they say Bill Cosby knocked them out with
Associated Press TOLEDO The second of two brothers accused of sending money to an al-Qaida
Jets 3, Wild 2 WINNIPEG, MANITOBA Defenseman Joe Morrow broke a tie with 6:13 left and Winnipeg
Dmitry Orlov scoring on Sergei Bobrovsky is a popular clip at a bar
Trump’s threats met with both concern and defiance Associated Press BEIRUT With a mix of fear
Carlos Carrasco pitched a three-hitter in Cleveland’s win.
Associated Press MONTPELIER, VT. Vermont on Wednesday raised the age to buy firearms, banned
Speaker Ryan leaves behind new tax code, busted budget Associated Press WASHINGTON House
By now, citizens are familiar with the drill: Politician resigns to “spend more time with family,” a cryptic apology or plea for privacy ensues, and, only days or weeks later do journalists unearth the documents, images or private posts that tell the full story.
Crosby’s hat trick ignites champs’ run for another Stanley Cup
News media sue over new execution rules SACRAMENTO, Calif. The Los Angeles Times and other news
Timberwolves 112, Nuggets 106 MINNEAPOLIS Jimmy Butler scored 31 points, Karl-Anthony Towns had
OTHER DEVELOPMENTS Four senators – two Republicans and two Democrats – are taking a step to
Associated Press ALGIERS, ALGERIA Algeria plunged into mourning after a hulking military
AMERICAN LEAGUE Twins 9, Astros 8 MINNEAPOLIS Max Kepler hit his second home run of the game,