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Federal Frenzy is only in its fourth year, but the annual downtown music and arts festival has already established itself as one of the region’s ...
Mohip issued a statement Wednesday saying, “The investigation into what amounted to nothing more than speculation and innuendo obviously found no wrongdoing. Still, Dario Hunter ...
Stories published April 19, 2018
In the fall of 2001, Candy Fonagy stepped up to direct the Poland Players because there was no one else for the job.
Although dinosaurs have not walked the Earth in millions of years, they roamed Austintown Elementary School’s gymnasium Thursday.
New Castle Police Detective Sgt. Brian Cuscino died Thursday morning during a morning training routine.
Mahoning County received $37,750 from the sale of a former health clinic on Market Street that law enforcement seized from a doctor convicted of overprescribing pain and anxiety medications.
Six men police say were seeking sex – and two police say were trying to arrange it for others – were arrested Wednesday in the second sex-trade sting operation in the city in five months.
Niles school board cuts 4 positions after audit
Trump will skip Barbara Bush funeral, sending first lady
Hollywood Gaming hosts Kentucky Derby celebration May 5
NEO Walmart stores host Wellness Day on Saturday
Howard Hanna open house event is this weekend
Youngstown cops, firefighters hoop it up for charity Friday
Ohio receives $26M in fed grants to fight opioid crisis
Lisbon man indicted for attempting to meet 12-year-old boy for sex
Judith Infante takes plea deal; Ralph Infante trial starts Monday
Crews on scene of car flip at Elm Street and Gypsy Lane
DeWine says he has plan to fight Ohio's opioid woes
Agency to probe worker’s death at Ohio construction site
Ohio AG rejects legalized marijuana amendment to constitution
Dogs removed from New Middletown home, woman hospitalized
Minnesota prosecutor won't file charges in Prince's death
Austintown cops arrest woman on prostitution charge
Mill Creek Park roads closed 4 hours for Sunday race
Mahoning County Sheriff's Activity
Austintown road closed for waterline replacement
Man pleads guilty to being felon with firearm
Reds fire manager Bryan Price after 3-15 start
Schiavoni attacks DeWine during Youngstown stop
A Liberty woman faces pending drug charges after a traffic stop today
County sells convicted doctor’s former clinic at auction
A Seneca Avenue man told police he came home from work about 4:45 p.m. Wednesday to find his front door kicked in a three guns taken.
Reports said police found 230 painkillers and a bag of marijuana about 4 p.m. Wednesday following a traffic stop at Hillman Street and Parkwood Avenue.
Reports said no one was injured early today after officers responded to a report of gunfire in the 3000 block of Idlewood Avenue.
Methamphetamine spill sickens officers, closes Ohio jail
A glance at US mortgage rates
US stocks move broadly lower in early trading; Oil climbs
Teachers use social media in US uprisings, fight for funding
EU foreign policy chief praises Montenegro’s role in Balkans
Feds charge 6 with smuggling drugs into Ohio prison
With USOC in turmoil, athletes testify about sex-abuse cases
Cemetery tour set Sunday
The Poland Seminary High School athletic department will be closing Poland Stadium all day on April 27.
6 arrested in latest Trumbull sex-trade sting
A group of concerned residents in Lordstown met to discuss what other properties HomeGoods could use to build a 1.2-million-square-foot distribution center.
The situation was dire, requiring dominance. LeBron James delivered.
Bill Wolf’s teams went an amazing 600-157.
City council passed a motion 4-2 requiring Councilman-at-large Michael Patrick to attend anger management counseling and apologize publicly to the council clerk.
The Warren Harding graduate went 4 for 5 with seven RBIs in Eastern Gateway’s 18-4 win Wednesday.
Students can take all their classes online, or have a mixture of online and traditional classes, and students from other districts can open enroll in the online school.
54 bouts will be contested this weekend in Brook Park
Agency’s annual “Rising Up, Moving On” luncheon celebrated.
Two first-round upsets mean the Youngstown Phantoms will host the fifth-seeded Dubuque Fighting Saints on Friday at the Covelli Centre. Puck-drop will be at 7:05 p.m.
Local high school students milled about on campus at Youngstown State University for the 40th annual festival.
Youngstown State University’s Donald P. Pipino Performing Arts Series and the Dana School of Music will present Jules Massenet’s opera “Cinderella”
Federal Frenzy is only in its fourth year, but the annual downtown music and arts festival has already established itself as one of the region’s best.
The Labra Brothers’ musicianship is so tight and well-defined, you’d think they’ve been playing together all their lives.
General Motors and Lordstown Seating Systems have filed official Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notifications with the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services.
The loan will be paid back over 20 years with sewer fees.
Despite a plea from the gallery for her not to do it, the mother accused in the opiate overdose death of her daughter rejected a plea bargain for a four-year prison sentence Wednesday.
Driver almost hits cruiser, has no license YOUNGSTOWN Reports said a man who almost hit a police
The man accused of descending the stairs at his home early April 10 holding a toy gun while police entered the house, causing a Niles police officer to fire at him three times, was in court Wednesday.
Mohip issued a statement Wednesday saying, “The investigation into what amounted to nothing more than speculation and innuendo obviously found no wrongdoing. Still, Dario Hunter continues to harass and attempt to tarnish my character, and he doesn’t care who else may be collateral damage... . This is just the latest mud they have hurled at me in an attempt to get something to stick, to destroy HB 70 and to regain control of the school district.”
Reserve Officers group re-elects officers
LISBON The Youngstown Regional Film Commission will present a Production Office Coordinator
Federal Frenzy Saturday schedule 4-5 p.m.: Freshproduce 6-7 p.m.: Carlos Jones and the PLUS
Associated Press LOS ANGELES The largest manufacturer of bump stocks, which allow semi-automatic
NEW THIS WEEK I Feel Pretty (PG-13) Cinema South: Fri.-Thu. 1:30, 4:15, 7, 9:40 Regal
CD RATES The table shows the annual percentage yield as of Wednesday. All yields given in percent.
Associated Press WASHINGTON Rising costs. Delayed shipments. A baffling bureaucracy. President
Associated Press PALM BEACH, Fla. President Donald Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe
Opinion: WASHINGTON Coming soon to a cinema near you – you can make this happen; read on – is a bite-your-
Associated Press WASHINGTON President Donald Trump said Wednesday that although he’s looking
Associated Press HOUSTON In his first public comments since his wife’s death, former President
Editorial: Like many Mahoning Valley residents, we lamented the sudden permanent departure of Allegiant Air
Q. What is the difference between “dish soap” and “insecticidal soaps” for use in the garden? I
AUDITIONS ACTORS “Camelot,” directed by Kandy Cleland and Jodine Pilmer, Trinity Playhouse, 234
Thursday Lectures “How the Telegraph and Radio Changed Communications,“ noon, Tyler Mahoning
Home remedies usually get short shrift from health professionals. That’s because they are rarely
Associated Press NORRISTOWN, Pa. The chief accuser at Bill Cosby’s sexual-assault retrial
Apollo Maennerchor Club, 391 Dock St., Sharon, Pa. Sat: Demos Papadimas, 8 p.m. BirdFish Brewing
Plant flowers for your nose There’s nothing like the sweet scent of fresh flowers in the garden.
Opinion: By Blair Bess Cagle Cartoons American response to the catastrophic humanitarian crisis Syria has
Today is Thursday, April 19, the 109th day of 2018. There are 256 days left in the year.
Farmers National Banc Corp. reported net income of $7.7 million during the first quarter of 2018, which compared with $5.8 million reported during the first quarter of 2017.
Thanks to Michael J. Moritz Jr., Monday’s “From Broadway with Love” concert in Florida – which
Rabbits in the garden? Try planting flowers and shrubs they don’t like. From black-eyed Susan to
Associated Press PHILADELPHIA U.S. airline regulators said late Wednesday that they will order
NEWSMAKERS Theron’s not leaving the US due to racism LOS ANGELES Charlize Theron isn’t leaving
Associated Press PITTSBURGH David Freese stressed the need of a culture change inside the
Births St. Elizabeth boardman HOSPITAL Alisa Hutter, Youngstown, boy, April 17. ST. JOSEPH
ODDLY ENOUGH Closure threat spurs surge in sales for Necco Wafers REVERE, Mass. The maker of
NATIONAL LEAGUE Brewers 2, Reds 0 MILWAUKEE Milwaukee center fielder Christian Yelich returned
BASEBALL Buckeye bats too much; Penguins fall on the road in Columbus columbus The
Murray’s second shutout has Flyers on brink of elimination
Surplus food Helping Hands Ministry, 93 E. Myrtle Ave., Youngstown, various commodities, 10 a.m.
Once the days are warm enough, last fall’s new queen bumblebees will emerge and start looking for a good place to start her colony.
Eddie Rosario scored the winning run in his homeland in the bottom of the 16th inning.
Two armed robberies, sexual assault occur 24 hours apart in Niles
AROUND THE NBA Wednesday’s other playoff games WESTERN CONFERENCE Jazz 102, Thunder 95
MVYP to host mixer youngstown Mahoning Valley Young Professionals will host a mixer from 5:30 to
Girls softball league host quarter auction AUSTINTOWN Austintown Girls Softball League will host
BASEBALL Jackson-Milton 7, Mineral Ridge 0 NORTH JACKSON Sebastian Lay pitched a no-hitter
Agenda Friday Horizon Science Academy governing board, 6 p.m., 3403 Southern Blvd., Youngstown.
A Cleveland man has pleaded guilty in the fatal shooting of a Salvation Army worker who was going out to collect money at one of the charity’s kettles.
Fruit Tree Pruning Workshop When: Saturday, 1 p.m. What: Learn how to prune apples and peaches
Boardman police report getting confessions from burglary suspects.
By Adam Zorn Huston-Brumbaugh Nature Center minerva Have you heard of a bioblitz? It’s an
Lightning 3, Devils 1 NEWARK, N.J. A feisty Nikita Kucherov scored two goals, set up another