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Stories published August 23, 2018
There was plenty of discussion about moving the trial date back in the Claudia Hoerig murder case during a hearing today, in part because Hoerig told the judge she is having problems with dizziness, but she refused to allow the case to be reset to January.
The judge in the James Bates lead-notification case has ruled that jurors will not be instructed that the former Sebring water department operator can be found not guilty because his failure to notify Sebring water customers of high lead levels was a “mistake of fact.”
Mired in financial woes, Michael Cohen is sticking his hand out and asking the public for help paying for his legal defense, and one anonymous donor already has ponied up $50,000.
Township police were sent to Argyle Avenue after a neighbor accused a grandfather of abusing his grandson in the front yard.
Robert Jarrell came home from work late July 7, 2015, and thought it was odd that the dog did not greet him as usual.
Stevie Wonder, Faith Hill among all-star lineup for Franklin
South Africa blasts Trump over racially divisive tweet
Fiat Chrysler recalls vans, SUVs to fix spongy brakes
Gun-control activists marching 50 miles to Smith & Wesson HQ
Former Lynyrd Skynyrd guitarist Ed King dies at age 68
Reports: Immunity for tabloid CEO in Trump hush money probe
$545,114 in federal grant awards to the Youngstown, Bazetta, and Howland fire departments
Sessions hits Trump back: Won't be 'improperly influenced'
Claudia Hoerig trial still set for Sept. 17 despite her dizziness
California congressman, wife plead not guilty to charges
Former Boy Scout leader admits sexually assaulting 3 scouts
Ohio measure eases drug-crime penalties, may trim sentences
Christopher Walla is the newest patrolman in Liberty's police department.
Jury says Floyd dealt heroin and fentanyl
Priest urges Vatican family conference to welcome gays
Aerosmith's Steven Tyler sends cease-and-desist to Trump for use of song
Dad charged in death of baby in hot car pleads not guilty
Trump suggests outlawing prosecutors' deals with defendants
There’s no meat, eggs or dairy — but don’t call them “vegan”
Steward Health is hosting job fairs for Northside Regional Medical Center employees
Lawyer says Jarrell is culpable, but not for aggravated murder
Neighbor's complaint sends grandpa to jail for domestic violence
Mahoning County Sheriff's Activity
Argument, drinking bleach send man to hospital
Drenching rain hits Big Island as hurricane approaches
Farmer shocked that worker suspected in Iowa woman’s slaying
California congressman and wife face arraignment on charges
called state tax officials soon after subpoena
Facebook bans quiz app, pulls its security app over privacy
Russian ruble tremors continue on sanctions fears
Judge denies county’s attempt to dismiss claims in Desmond lawsuit
Democrats now say hacking attempt was test from within
Protester who harassed German reporters works for police
Manafort juror says 1 holdout prevented 18-count conviction
US new-home sales fell 1.7 percent in July
Police find coke, heroin, handguns
Opening statements today in Jarrell trial
Green Youngstown Receives $20,000 Grant from Lowe’s and Keep America Beautiful
Struthers Middle School gets food pantry program
Judge in Sebring lead-notification case to bar ‘mistake’ defense
The painting will soon change how students learn about the first U.S. president, said Mahoning Valley artist Ray Simon.
Sherry, Waid, O’Horo and Brungard are part of a class of Mahoning Valley senior quarterbacks which is arguably as talented, and without question as experienced as any quarterback group in area history
Community men welcomed students to East and Chaney high schools in Youngstown.
Steve Boyle may new in his role as the head coach of the Howland football team, but he’s no stranger to the Tigers
One firefighter said Samuel Revella was his friend, mentor and hero.
What the Raiders lost — 33 seniors — from a team that played in the regional tournament and the 2-7 campaign that resulted is now an asset
Judge Peter Kontos will have a hearing Friday on the requested restraining order.
Nathan Brode is more confident heading into his second season as the head coach of the Jackson-Milton football team
The John F. Kennedy football team is coming off three consecutive appearances in the Division VII state playoffs
The students were showered with a plethora of Welcome Week events.
Sequel to play set in Youngstown will get a script reading By GUY D’ASTOLFO firstname.lastname@example.org
IF YOU GO What: JD’s Summer Songfest When: Saturday; gates open at 3:30 p.m. Where: South
POLKA, PIEROGI and POLAND 10th annual Polish-American Heritage Day Staff report AUSTINTOWN
Ohio State on Wednesday night suspended head football coach Urban Meyer three games for mishandling domestic violence accusations
Also, an anti-fracking proposal took another step toward being on the November ballot.
The ex-Youngstown police chief accused Youngstown State University of racial discrimination.
Howland School District could achieve annual savings of about $3.4 million through staff reductions and other measures recommended in a performance audit released this week by Auditor of State Dave Yost.
A city man was indicted Wednesday in Trumbull County Common Pleas Court on charges of felony child endangering and felonious assault related to injuries last January to a boy about 2 months old.
The organization is collaborating with the city’s department of Property Code Enforcement and Demolition.
Most recall the first few days of high school with a grimace, but thanks to Link Crew, the 369 freshmen at Boardman can bypass awkwardness and have fun.
Bond set at 75k for suspect
Bill Kane of Youngstown studies posters describing plans for the Youngstown Foundation Amphitheater and riverfront park during a workshop under the Market Street Bridge Wednesday evening.
Editorial: There was more at stake in the referendum Tuesday in Lordstown than just the promise of 1,000 jobs
“The Story of the Royals” (9 p.m., ABC): The final half of this two-part documentary that explores
CD RATES The table shows the annual percentage yield as of Wednesday. All yields given in percent.
Opinion: NASHVILLE The easternmost bit of Tennessee is east of Atlanta, the westernmost bit is west of New
Selected local stocks STOCK, DIVIDENDCLOSECHANGE Alcoa Inc., 43.220.19 Aqua America, .20 37.65
Associated Press ORLANDO, Fla. The Walt Disney Co. is offering to pay full tuition for hourly
Staff report COLUMBIANA Streetcorner, a Motown music tribute group, will return to the Best
Staff report YOUNGSTOWN Power of the Arts will present three talks on religious art and
NEW THIS WEEK A.X.L. (PG) A.X.L. is a top-secret, robotic dog who will go to any length to
White House signals no clear strategy for managing Cohen fallout Associated Press WASHINGTON
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All clear at Arlington after bomb threat ARLINGTON, Va. Normal operations have resumed at
Associated Press HARRISBURG, Pa. A Roman Catholic high school will shed the name of Washington’s
The inaugural Incuya Music Festival comes with high expectations. It’s the first multiday major
Opinion: By Celia Bottger OtherWords On Thursday, July 12, a small, rainy island in the North Atlantic
Associated Press WASHINGTON U.S. sales of existing homes slipped for the fourth consecutive
HomeGoods thanks project supporters LORDSTOWN HomeGoods released a statement Wednesday thanking
AUDITIONS ACTORS Ghost Walk, Art on Park, 180 N. Park Ave., corner of Park and High Streets,
Today Outdoor Music Zaps, 6:30 p.m., Roosevelt Park, 800 Struthers-Liberty Road, Campbell;
Associated Press WASHINGTON Federal Reserve officials earlier this month said that a strong
Associated Press NEW YORK Meet the generation of investors who haven’t known a bear market.
Plants for fall containers As the season change nears, it’s time to think of the plants we can put
POLICE CALLS A summary of recent criminal activity in Poland and Boardman townships: POLAND
Q. My neighbor has a beautiful hydrangea. Can I take a cutting from it and be successful in growing
oddly enough Mountain lion breaks into home, kills house cat BOULDER, Colo. A mountain lion
TCHS, museum seek photos for exhibit WARREN The Trumbull County Historical Society and the
Agenda Friday Newton Township trustees, 10 a.m., to discuss repair work on South Center Street,
Drying herbs As plants begin to enter the fall period, it is a good time to harvest some herbs for
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Botanical Mornings When: Friday, 9-10 a.m. What: Discover the progress of seasons at Fellows
The Mahoning County EMA director will look elsewhere to find help for those affected
By Marilyn McKinley OSU master gardener volunteer Sit back, feet up, relax. Imagine – it’s a
By David Campana Ohio certified volunteer naturalist CANFIELD The spotty rainfall and high
Today is Thursday, Aug. 23, the 235th day of 2018. There are 130 days left in the year. ASSOCIATED
Associated Press MONTEZUMA, Iowa The systems offered by the U.S. government to check the legal
MiLB CLASS A New York-Penn League McNamara Division WLPct.GB Hudson Valley (Rays)3726.587—
Simeon Lucas’ extra-innings home run lifts the Scrappers over the Doubledays.
YSU women’s golf adds Jonda, Grans Youngstown Youngstown State Head Women’s Golf Coach Nate
Xander Bogaerts hit two solo homers and Andrew Benintendi had a three-run double to cap a big fourth inning.
Hawaii residents emptied store shelves Wednesday, claimed the last sheets of plywood to board up windows and drained gas pumps as Hurricane Lane churned toward the state.
Births St. Elizabeth boardman hospital Aaron and Kayla Lindstrom, Bristolville, boy, Aug. 21.
Associated Press CLEVELAND U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions during an appearance in Cleveland
A judge called the shooting death “incredibly senseless and uncalled for.”
WEDNESDAY’S PREPS AT A GLANCE BOYS SOCCER Canfield 1, West Branch 0 BELOIT Tyler Cole
Associated Press WASHINGTON An Air Force sergeant who gave his life while trying to rescue a
Detective: Defendant had drug tools consistent with ‘upper level’ dealing
Fight reported BOARDMAN Township police responded to a call on Ferncliff Avenue regarding a
AMERICAN LEAGUE Rays 6, Royals 3 ST. PETERSBURG, FLA. Brandon Lowe and Mallex Smith drove in
Jonny Venters thought he had given up a tying home run with two outs in the bottom of the ninth inning.