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Returning as headliner this year is the EuroRhythms, a Columbus-based showband that performs Italian standards Vegas-style. The eight-piece act, featuring a horn section, plays "a ...
Gene Bonanno of TBG digital marketing led an in-depth workshop on marketing for manufacturers at Tyler History Center Wednesday for the third DOYO Live marketing ...
Stories published August 2, 2018
Six Wendover Circle residents who had extensive damage to their homes after a December water break were offered $2,500 each from the city administration to help pay their expenses.
People came from as far as Australia and Mexico and many of the United States, and as near as Lordstown to show their canines Thursday, the first of the four-day Steel Valley Cluster dog show at Canfield Fairgrounds.
Pastor Manuel Lux moved to Salem from Guatemala to plant a church among the 3,000-some Guatemalan immigrants living in the area who speak only Quiche, a Mayan language spoken long before the Spanish arrived.
The Trumbull County Sanitary Engineers Department has lifted a boil alert issued Wednesday for Trumbull County water customers who live on state Route 7 north of Brookfield Fire Department.
Senate votes to release transcript of suspected Russian spy
FBI: Man who threatened Trump, DA may be driving school van
Trump staffs up Mideast team for peace plan rollout
Immunization clinics set in Warren
Ohio airport kiosk offers free short stories for travelers
Browns guard Zeitler sidelined with calf injury
Ohio State closes ranks as Meyer probe adds new scandal
Sanders won't dispute claim that media is 'enemy' of people
Fetus on Kenmore Avenue was stillborn, coroner's office says
West Side residents bristle at basement-flooding settlement amount
Trump receives new letter from Kim Jong Un, sends his reply
Pa. 2-year-old fatally mauled by pit bulls inside home
US officials raise alarm about 2018, 2020 election security
Active shooter reported at Wright-Patterson base
US goes ahead with tax on Canadian newsprint
Ex-Ohio cop accused in sex case involving teen pleads not guilty
Apple becomes 1st trillion-dollar company
OSHP: No bias shown toward black state lawmaker
Ohio State to open camp with Meyer on leave
Two 'flexible parks' coming to life in Youngstown
Man living in Warren charged in Canton with animal cruelty
Mahoning County Sheriff's Activity
Cash 'n' coke found in Campbell Street home
Two Manhattan Avenue homes leveled by fires
Youngstown swears in four new police officers
Two grants awarded to McDonald Volunteer Fire Department
Trump team wants to roll back Obama-era mileage standards
Job and financial settlement with Abigail Beniston approved
Pope changes death penalty teaching, now ‘inadmissible’
Ohioans get 3-day break from state sales tax for some items
Patrol issues over 500 citations enforcing Move Over law
Governor signs bill increasing some drug penalties
Akron airport kiosk offers free short stories for travelers
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Austintown catcher Kylie Folkwein is living proof you never stop learning, even when it’s summer
Small-car sales decreased to represent about 31 percent of the auto market, analysts said.
Prosecutors ‘relied upon an unfair and unsubstantiated allegation’ that they couldn’t receive a fair trial in Mahoning County, Yavorcik's attorney wrote.
This is one farewell party Tiger Woods didn’t want to miss
The Ohio State football coach allegedly knew of assistant’s domestic violence history.
Councilman Steve Mientkiewicz, 34, said being part of “the younger generation,” experienced, educated and having a “common-sense approach” made him the right person to serve as Niles mayor.
Tyler Freeman drove in four runs and extending his hitting streak to 14 games.
The trustees may put a 3.5-mill police levy on the November ballot.
Terminated employee accuses Smith of harassment
The report found 22 percent of all households in the region are impacted by food hardship.
Returning as headliner this year is the EuroRhythms, a Columbus-based showband that performs Italian standards Vegas-style. The eight-piece act, featuring a horn section, plays "a wide variety of traditional Italian songs but in a way that younger people will like,” sband leader Ray Massa said.
The Mahoning Valley Sanitary District has spent $15.4 million in upgrades in the last two years on 17 projects, which the chief engineer calls an essential investment in the district’s assets, including the Meander Reservoir Dam.
Currently, council members serve two-year terms.
The event is a partnership between the ICU Blockwatch, and the Youngstown Neighborhood Development Corp.
Gene Bonanno of TBG digital marketing led an in-depth workshop on marketing for manufacturers at Tyler History Center Wednesday for the third DOYO Live marketing and interactive design conference. which will draw hundreds of professionals to downtown Youngstown for the main event today.
Pirates clobbered 9-2
The Warren Sports Hall of Fame will be inducting seven (7) stellar athletes into the Warren Sports Hall of Fame on Sept. 1.
Kirkland, Wash. The Canfield-Poland junior softball team lost its first game of the Junior
Trump to conduct Delaware, Ohio rally WASHINGTON President Donald Trump is set to travel to Ohio
CD RATES The table shows the annual percentage yield as of Wednesday. All yields given in percent.
Associated Press WASHINGTON The Federal Reserve is leaving its benchmark interest rate
Associated Press WASHINGTON The United States slapped sanctions on two Turkish officials
The Indians’ right-hander struck out 10 and won his fifth straight decision.
Associated Press Facebook is spending heavily to avoid a repeat of the Russian interference that
Opinion: By Helen Flannery and Chuck Collins OtherWords In every community, there are nonprofit
Associated Press WASHINGTON Consumers will have more options to buy cheaper, short-term health
Associated Press UPPER LAKE, CALIF. A massive wildfire in Northern California has torched more
Death is 10th homicide in Youngstown in 2018
The game could very well honor Ray Lewis and Brian Urlacher by being a defensive battle
AT&T hiring event scheduled for today BOARDMAN The AT&T call center, 8089 South Ave., will host
There have been at least 17 reports of theft from people’s cars since July 20.
Yo-Yo Ma to perform WARREN World-renowned cellist Yo-Yo Ma will perform with the Warren
Associated Press Passengers in plane crashes like the Aeromexico accident – in which no one died –
Selected local stocks STOCK, DIVIDENDCLOSECHANGE Alcoa Inc., 42.06-1.21 Aqua America, .20
Browns guard Joel Bitonio is sliding over to starting left tackle to replace Joe Thomas — probably for good.
Associated Press SAN FRANCISCO A divided U.S. appeals court Wednesday struck down a key part of
Editorial: Here’s the takeaway from Ohio Gov. John Kasich’s signing of a bill that clamps down on the predatory
Associated Press HONOLULU In an emotional and solemn ceremony, the remains of dozens of presumed
Death ruled a homicide WARREN The Mahoning County Coroner’s office ruled the death of Jason
Opinion: LOS ANGELES November’s congressional elections will decide which party will control a narcoleptic
Associated Press ALEXANDRIA, Va. Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort personally
A summary of recent criminal activity in Hubbard, Liberty and Girard
Pruning fruit trees in summer This is not the best time to prune fruit trees, but it can be done
The top 5 songs and albums on the iTunes Store for the week ending July 26: v “In My
By Eileen W. NOVOTNY OSU Ext. master gardener volunteer The diversity of lavender’s uses is
Firefly Hike When: Friday, 7:30-9 p.m. What: Enjoy a summer evening looking for these
AUDITIONS ACTORS “Annapurna,” directed by Nick Mulichak, Youngstown Playhouse, 600 Playhouse
BirdFish Brewing Co., 16 S. Main St., Columbiana Fri: Rick Bruckner and the Brotherhood, 7 p.m.
ODDLY ENOUGH Trapped tourists call wrong Lisbon police for help LISBON, Maine Two tourists who
THURSDAY Fairs and Festivals Columbiana County Fair, gates open 7 a.m. The Columbiana County
By Dolly Anderson Ohio certified volunteer naturalist I think I need a stoplight or a cop to
Today is Thursday, Aug. 2, the 214th day of 2018. There are 151 days left in the year. ASSOCIATED
Births St. Elizabeth boardman hospital Matt and Elizabeth Mason, Salem, boy, July 31. Ciera
Most people think of hiccups as a minor annoyance. They normally last a few minutes and disappear as
Plants need water During the hottest parts of summer, water management is critical to plant growth
DOYO Live, Youngstown’s digital marketing and interactive design conference, is back for year three,
NEW THIS WEEK Christopher Robin (PG) Cinema South: Fri.-Thu. 11:30 a.m., 2:05, 4:35, 7:15, 9:50
Q. I have these mats of scum on my pond. I think its filamentous algae. If it is, how do I get rid
By LYNN ELBER AND PABLO ARAUZ PENA Associated Press BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. A roundup of news
Church will host yard sale Friday, Saturday YOUNGSTOWN The Faith Fellowship Church of God, 388
Staff insists tweet was ‘not an order’ Associated Press WASHINGTON President Donald Trump
Linebacker will be inducted Saturday in Canton
Agenda Friday Public Library of Youngstown and Mahoning County, building and sites committee