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Tension high at tonight's Lordstown meeting on distribution center

Tension between a group of about 100 concerned residents and Lordstown Mayor Arno Hill was strong during a private meeting about TJX Companies’ plan to bring a distribution center to the village.


LeBron scores 46 as Cavs even series with Pacers

Game 3 is Friday night in Indianapolis.


Liberty schools plan for future with online classes

Liberty’s online school aims to begin classes in the fall.


Trumbull Children Services celebrates recovery achievements of 3 clients

Wednesday was a day to celebrate the success stories of three clients of Trumbull County Children Services who are winning their battle with drug addiction.


Struthers councilman must apologize to council clerk

Struthers councilman must apologize to council cle


In-flight explosion creates pressure for engine inspections

In-flight explosion creates pressure for engine inspections


Professional wrestling Hall of Famer Bruno Sammartino dies at 82

Professional wrestling Hall of Famer Bruno Sammartino dies at 82


Trumbull Co. grand jury gets case of Niles man shot at by cops

Trumbull Co. grand jury gets case of Niles man shot at by cops


MetroParks' Daffodil show postponed to next weekend

MetroParks' Daffodil show postponed to next weekend


Glitch halted access to state education tests today

Glitch halted access to state education tests today


Lowellville council has special meeting tonight

Lowellville council has special meeting tonight


Ohio extends income-tax filing deadline to midnight

Ohio extends income-tax filing deadline to midnight


GM, Lordstown Seating Systems file official warning of layoffs

GM, Lordstown Seating Systems file warning of layoffs


Jury hearing Bill Cosby’s testimony about quaaludes, sex

Jury hearing Bill Cosby’s testimony about quaaludes, sex


UPATE: Indians game still on after Puerto Rican blackout caused by excavator

An island-wide blackout hit Puerto Rico on Wednesday after an excavator accidentally downed a transmission line, officials said, as the U.S. territory struggles to repair an increasingly unstable power grid nearly seven months after Hurricane Maria.


Cops: Man nabbed after accident has never had a drivers license

Cops: Man nabbed after accident has never had a drivers license


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Boardman police arrest burglary suspects

Boardman police arrest burglary suspects


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Youngstown man hits pole, gets cited for OVI

Youngstown man hits pole, gets cited for OVI


Team backed by Microsoft co-founder locates USS Helena wreck

Team backed by Microsoft co-founder locates USS Helena wreck


Pennsylvania casino license auction runs out of bidders

Pennsylvania casino license auction runs out of bidders


Live on Vindy.com now

YSU president Jim Tressel visits Vindy Radio.


Israeli PM issues veiled warning to Iran

Israeli PM issues veiled warning to Iran


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Man faces drug charges after Tuesday traffic stop

Man faces drug charges after Tuesday traffic stop


Passengers rushed to provide CPR to woman in plane emergency

Passengers rushed to provide CPR to woman in plane emergency


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Mill Creek MetroParks reschedules Daffodil Show

The Daffodil Show scheduled at the Davis Center at Fellows Riverside Gardens on Saturday and Sunday has been rescheduled


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Summary of recent criminal activity in Canfield and Austintown

A summary of recent criminal activity in Austintown and Canfield


Trump says 'good relationship’ formed with North Korea

Trump says ’good relationship’ formed with North Korea


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Parents of child who died from OD reject plea deal

Parents of child who died from OD reject plea deal


ESPN’s Herbstreit honored guest at United Way fundraiser

ESPN’s Herbstreit honored guest at 13th Champions Among Us fundraiser


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Sherrod Brown demands GM answer Cruze questions

The senator penned a letter to CEO Mary Barra demanding info about the upcoming 1,500 layoffs at Lordstown.

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Random acts of kindness the norm for Rivers

Former YSU DE Derek Rivers is getting noticed for good deeds.


Cavaliers’ Korver nursing bruised foot, broken heart

Only time can heal his broken heart.


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Claudia Hoerig asks for expert witness in battered woman syndrome

Attorneys for Claudia Hoerig, who is charged with the aggravated murder of her husband, Maj. Karl Hoerig, in their Newton Falls home in 2007, apparently plans to use battered-women’s syndrome in her defense and ask for certain evidence to be suppressed.


Tom Williams: Diamonds seeking sunshine

Two recent games featured four solid Valley softball teams.


Man who committed brutal 2001 rape at 15 to be released at 65

The Ohio Supreme Court ordered the resentencing of Brandon Moore deciding that his 112-year sentence was cruel and unusual because he committed the rape as a juvenile.


SPORTS DIGEST || Herbstreit to speak at United Way event

ESPN college football analyst Kirk Herbstreit will be the guest speaker for the United Way of Youngstown’s 13th Annual Champions Among Us. The event takes place on May 17 at The Lake Club in Poland.


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Girard FIRST Robotics team qualifies for world competition

The Girard “RoboCats” will compete in Detroit on April 25-28.


Have news bloggers prejudiced jury pool in Niles public-corruption case?

Ralph Infante Jr.’s lawyer has asked a judge to move Infante’s trial out of Trumbull County.


TUESDAY’s HIGH SCHOOL ROUNDUP

GIRLS LACROSSE Cardinal Mooney 15, Akron SVSM 4 YOUNGSTOWN Lexi Saunders had three goals and


Facebook, can you keep a secret?

About a decade ago, while out with my then-3-year-old daughter, we stopped for ice cream in the late


Musgraves discusses evolving sound, tour with Harry Styles KACEY COUNTRY

By MESFIN FEKADU AP Music Writer NEW YORK Kacey Musgraves and Harry Styles might sound like an


A super day for DC’s Action Comics

Staff report Action Comics – the comic book that introduced Superman in 1938, launching the


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Commitment to fight racism must continue, bishop says

The Rev. George V. Murry of the Catholic Diocese of Youngstown was keynote speaker for ACTION's 16th fundraising banquet.


Jackson: Browns have not made their QB decision

As the NFL draft nears, the Browns are still doing their homework on quarterbacks.


Woman reports being beaten by woman with bat and man with gun in stores

Woman reports being beaten by woman with bat and man with gun at two convenient stores


Ohio AG sues Florida man for failing to perform roofing work in Y'town

Lawsuit: Wilson offered roofing services and took an estimated $55,000 from various consumers for work he didn’t provide.


Experience, generational divide, separate candidates for commissioner

Two generations separate 66-year-old incumbent Carol Rimedio-Righetti from her 32-year-old challenger, Joe Paloski.


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Dem governor candidate Dennis Kucinich says he’s a centrist

Kucinich supports a focus on reviving manufacturing, banning assault weapons and legalizing recreational marijuana


Youngstown council to consider loan for waste plant improvements

The work is required as part of the city’s consent decree with the EPA


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School safety, security topic of Canfield community meeting

Jenny Beil, third-grade teacher at Canfiled’s Hilltop Elementary School, speaks during Tuesday evening’s Community Awareness meeting about school safety at Canfield High School.


Youngstown Veterans Association Clinic receives donation

Youngstown Veterans Association Clinic receives donation

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Indians’ Mejia sues over future earnings deal

Catcher Francisco Mejia claims in a federal lawsuit filed in February that the agreement is unfair and unenforceable.


Each week, this column offers recipes from Valley cookbooks. If your organization would like to have

Each week, this column offers recipes from Valley cookbooks. If your organization would like to have


Here are five random facts from the book “Random Illustrated Facts” by Mike Lowery

Here are five random facts from the book “Random Illustrated Facts” by Mike Lowery (Workman


Officials: CIA director met with Kim Jong Un

Associated Press WASHINGTON CIA Director Mike Pompeo recently traveled to North Korea to meet


A winning dinner strategy

Family Features With many social events that revolve around food, it’s not easy to get a fresh


Home Savings posts robust first quarter

Local bank reported its first-quarter earnings Tuesday


NEWSMAKERS

NEWSMAKERS Conservatives drive ‘Roseanne’ ratings NEW YORK As the rebooted “Roseanne”


Destination program builds valuable skills for students

Editorial: When educaTIONAL analysts are asked to rank the competencies in shortest supply among today’s


President handed loss by Supreme Court

Associated Press WASHINGTON The Supreme Court said Tuesday that part of a federal law that makes


Surplus food

Surplus food New Bethel Baptist Church, 1507 Hillman St., Youngstown, various commodities,


ODDLY ENOUGH

ODDLY ENOUGH Workers find mummified monkey in old store MINNEAPOLIS Workers renovating the old


Storms roiling Team Trump

Opinion: By Will Durst Cagle Cartoons You don’t need a weatherman to see that the storm clouds gathering


1 killed after plane blows engine in flight

Associated Press PHILADELPHIA A Southwest Airlines jet blew an engine at 32,000 feet and got hit


Barbara Bush, 92: Former first lady was ‘a woman unlike any other’

Associated Press HOUSTON Barbara Bush, the snowy-haired first lady whose plainspoken manner and


Clean water act in peril

Opinion: Akron Beacon Journal: The shipping industry long has criticized the way the discharge of ballast


In Cuba, the revolution lives in memories of Che Guevara

Opinion: By Georgie Anne Geyer Andrews McMeel Syndication WASHINGTON What has surprised me most in the


Starbucks to close stores for bias training

Associated Press NEW YORK Starbucks, moving swiftly to confront a racially charged uproar over


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Capturing the hearts and minds of American wine lovers

Few wines in the past 20 years have captured the hearts and minds of American wine lovers like The Prisoner did beginning in 1998.


Brunch breakfast bacon quesadillas

Brunch breakfast bacon quesadillas Maple Bacon Breakfast Quesadillas mccormick.com Get ‘em fed


Jets’ Mangold announces retirement

Nick Mangold was a first-round draft pick out of Ohio State in 2006.


Residents host private HomeGoods meeting tonight

Concerned Lordstown citizens have put together a study to show what industrial property in the village is available for the project.


Grilled cheese sandwich recipes

Oregano Grilled Cheese Sandwich mccormick.com Jazz up a grilled cheese sandwich by serving it


BIRTHS ||

Births St. Elizabeth boardman HOsPITAL Joshua and Jessica Indorf, Warren, boy, April 16.


AROUND THE NBA Tuesday’s playoff games

Celtics 120, Bucks 106 BOSTON Jaylen Brown had a playoff career-high 30 points and the Boston


METRO DIGEST || Peyatt gets 6 years

Sentenced in shooting WARREN Clarence L. Peyatt, 77, of Baldwin Avenue in Niles was sentenced to


Residents complained about their roads’ conditions at a Liberty meeting this week.

Trustees say they need to raise township revenue to tackle road repairs.


Bar files complaint against Yavorcik

The complaint is in addition to the one filed related to the Oakhill scandal


UPDATES | BASEBALL American League

BALTIMORE ORIOLES — Selected the contract of INF Luis Sardinas from Norfolk (IL).


Mom in baby overdose case asks for autopsy pics to be banned

Couple set for pretrial hearing today


Drugs found after North Side traffic stop

The driver faces drug charges.


Indians handle Twins

Francisco Lindor homered in his native Puerto Rico


Man who ran from county courtroom, judge gets four years

Brandon Jones was sentenced in two separate cases.


Agenda Thursday

Agenda Thursday Jackson-Milton school board, 6:30 p.m., high school, 13910 Mahoning Ave., North


YEARS AGO FOR APRIL 18

Today is Wednesday, April 18, the 108th day of 2018. There are 257 days left in the year.


Rockies leave Pirates out in cold

Chad Bettis found a simple solution to ward off the cold


Caps defeat Jackets in 2OT

First 3 games have required bonus hockey to settle


TUESDAY’s OTHER MLB GAMES

AMERICAN LEAGUE Tigers 4, Orioles 2 DETROIT Victor Martinez homered for the first time since


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Food sales and dinners through April 25

Food sales and dinners through April 25


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