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Hope Village in nearby Rootstown is offering outpatient recovery services, with owner Regina Mitchell of Warren and Ted St. John teaming up to offer the ...
Stories published April 22, 2018
Cleveland defeated Indiana in Game 4 Sunday night
He is one of 26 candidates in the Jacksonville district.
Witnesses expected to testify on gambling, bribes, theft in office
Game 5 is Wednesday in Cleveland.
The Youngstown schools CEO is one of 26 candidates in Jacksonville
The largest source is phosphorous from farm runoff
The O's continue to struggle
The U.S. and French president have developed strong bonds.
Analysts call Mrs. Clinton a 'powerful motivator' for the GOP
She met with several Trump campaign officials in June 2016, including Donald Trump Jr.
The challenger places some blame on the incumbent county commissioner for Trumbull County's population losses.
Coming in third is the Amy Schumer comedy "I Feel Pretty"
It took place at a voter registration center in Kabul.
Prosecutors accuse him of numerous illegal activities
A customer likely saved several lives
“People are ready for help when they’re ready, and it’s not necessarily going to be Monday through Friday, 9 to 5,” one official says.
Matthew Barry’s shorthanded goal helps the Phantoms take a 2-0 series lead.
Ryan said he’d been on the phone with officials from the company and the state to try to keep the planned center and its 1,000 jobs in the area.
Lauren Dolak claimed individual titles in the 400-, 800- and 1,600-meter races.
Dr. Humphrey Germaniuk was 64.
Ralph Fitzgerald won the 100- and 200-meter dashes and anchored the championship 400 and 800 relay teams.
Jeff Kelly to speak at Curbstone luncheon BEAVER TOWNSHIP Youngstown State University football
Festival is now in its fourth year
YSU’s Women and Gender Resource Initiative will host a debut dinner at 5:30 p.m. Friday on the fifth floor of Maag Library on campus.
BASEBALL MVAC Showcase At Cene Park in Struthers Springfield 3, Western Reserve 2 Shane Eynon
Valley singer-songwriter in the spotlight By KAITLIN FUSCHILLO email@example.com Candace
Eleven-year-old Charley Masters hopes one day to become a veterinarian, though she didn’t wait until adulthood to do something to help animals – and the environment.
Kristy Olinik, Choffin public safety instructor, said seven of those students placed gold in Opening and Closing Ceremony at regionals earlier this year at Trumbull County Career and Technical Center
The deadline to apply is May 8 while the deadline to return the completed ballot is May 11.
Hope Village in nearby Rootstown is offering outpatient recovery services, with owner Regina Mitchell of Warren and Ted St. John teaming up to offer the rehabilitation services.
Library to host book discussion group SALEM Salem Public Library, 821 E. State St., will host a
Editorial: We could well be grasp- ing at straws, but our reading of the statement issued Friday by HomeGoods
Opinion: In the year and three months Donald J. Trump has been president, the Mahoning Valley has lost more
Birds in Flight facility expanding HOWLAND Birds in Flight Sanctuary will be moving to a larger
Opinion: Legislative failures, poor charter schools make local levies necessary This is in response to
While Donofrio said he has 17 more years of “practical legal experience” than his opponent, Dascenzo argued his time as a magistrate provided him with crucial judicial experience.
Blood Drives mONDAY Boardman Public Library, 7680 Glenwood Ave., 1:30 to 6:30 p.m. First
APRIL Today — Run with the Wildcats Fundraiser, co-sponsored by the Struthers High School softball
MAY 1 — Parto’s Golf Center Ladies League begins. Cost is $30 to join and $8 weekly. Call
Ryan Blaney and Ricky Stenhouse Jr. crashed on lap 353.
Mike Clevinger is proving to be a worthy member of the Cleveland Indians’ formidable rotation.
Associated Press WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. President Donald Trump said Saturday that he doesn’t
Ghost-hunting classes in Mansfield Mansfield This year you can dive into the world of the
By ANICK JESDANUN AP Technology Writer NEW YORK Some 60 companies including leading brands
By LIZ WESTON NerdWallet Baby boomers are expected to transfer trillions to their heirs in
Lowellville Senior Citizens will meet at noon May 4 at Lowellville City Hall conference room, 140 E.
Associated Press North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has finally broken silence on what he plans to
This month, the business will celebrate its 90th anniversary with an in-store event April 27 and April 28.
HARDCOVER FICTION 1. “After Anna” by Lisa Scottoline (St. Martin’s Press) 2. “The Thief” by J.R.
Agenda Monday Austintown Township trustees, noon, township hall, 82 Ohltown Road. Boardman
THURSDAY Mignonette Garden Club will meet at noon at the Broad Street Diner, 464 S. Broad St.,
Danny Farquhar passed out in the sixth inning Friday night.
Easter Seals offers hot, nutritious meals weekdays in Columbiana and Mahoning counties for people 60
By DOUGLASS K. DANIEL Associated Press “Space Odyssey: Stanley Kubrick, Arthur C. Clarke, and
Staff report NEW WILMINGTON, PA. Westminster College’s Celebrity Series will conclude its 50th
ARMED FORCES DEPLOYMENT On USS Ronald Reagan Petty Officer 2nd Class Andrew Mastropietro of
Named Chelsea L. Greggs was recently named agency manager at The Western and Southern Life
Entrepreneurs wanted YOUNGSTOWN Attention entrepreneurs. Walmart is looking for you to attend
By BRUCE DESILVA Associated Press “Our Little Secret: a Novel” (St. Martin’s Press), by Roz Nay
Bowling scores bell wick bowl Spiech Classic Bowling League — Mike Lepor 268-741, Brian Neal
Q. A company is claiming that I owe them $1,000 from the hospital my son was born in in 2013. I
Associated Press SIDNEY, Ohio Authorities say an Amish buggy has been struck from behind in
US Bank National Association to Daniel S. Jones, Euclid Blvd., Youngstown, $44,000. David
Austintown Senior Center, 100 Westchester Drive, has planned the following: Monday, Birding video
COURTS columbiana county dissolutions granted Shawn McCauley and Katherine McCauley.
MILESTONES HONORS Principal of the Year The Ohio Alliance of Black School Educators honored
Staff report YOUNGSTOWN The Youngstown Chapter of The Links Inc., in conjunction with Mercy
Will Google come under scrutiny next? MENLO PARK, Calif. Facebook has taken the lion’s share of
Friends of Fellows plans annual plant sale
Junior Women observe Child Abuse Prevention month
Guild will host rummage and antique sale
Warren Junior Women’s League honor teen volunteers
Top Hat Productions trustee visits Rotary
By JEFF AYERS Associated Press “The Fallen” (Grand Central Publishing), by David Baldacci In
Associated Press HOUSTON Barbara Bush was remembered as the “first lady of the greatest
Associated Press How do people fly again after air accidents? It’s a question facing survivors
By MONIKA SCISLOWSKA Associated Press NIEBOROW, Poland Off the beaten track in central Poland
BIRTHS ST. ELIZABETH BOARDMAN HOSPITAL Nyesha Ford, Youngstown, boy, April 20. Justin Flick
By KRISTEN DE GROOT Associated Press PHILADELPHIA It’s Philadelphia’s other bell, the bigger,
Gantos’ next Joey Pigza story is audio only NEW YORK For his next tale about the chaotic life of