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Tyler Carver of Chardon takes part in the inflatable water slide on campus at Youngstown State University. The activity Friday afternoon was part of YSU’s ...
Stories published August 25, 2018
A mere matter of hours was all that was needed to transform a long-abandoned walkway from an overgrown, trash-strewn eyesore to an area that promises to be a green oasis.
Multiple national news outlets are reporting Arizona Sen. John McCain has died at 81.
Watch here Saturday night for concerts from JD Songfest
Youngstown has been plagued with suspicious fires this summer.
East defensive back Marshall Herron breaks up a pass intended for Boardman receiver Che Trevena during the fist half of their game Friday night at Boardman High School.
Both sides of a lawsuit related to the TJX project presented their cases in court Friday.
A boilermaker and a brick house came together to beat South Range
The Mahoning County Honor Court is a special docket for military veterans with low-level, non-violent criminal offenses.
J.D. Hall passed for 185 yards and two touchdowns for Struthers.
Clean Energy Future Lordstown’s appeals filing may further delay construction of the second power plant in Lordstown.
Howland scored nine points late in game
Rebecca Gerson, who became Trumbull County administrator, transit administrator and purchasing director April 9, announced she is leaving the job Sept. 6 to return to her law practice.
FRIDAY’S RESULTS BOYS SOCCER Bristol 1, Wood 0 BRISTOLVILLE Damion Durst scored on an assist by Matt Stephens. Goalkeeper Danny Yanek made 15 saves.
The lead investigator in the case testified.
Meyer unfazed by Zach Smith’s actions
A witness said the driver who died in a head-on crash into a 10-passenger transport bus on state Route 305 on Aug. 14 crossed into the opposite lane of travel twice before the crash.
Staff report COLUMBIANA People age 55 and older who have acted professionally or in community
YSU volleyball team sweeps St. Peter LEWISBURG, PA. Sophomore Margaux Thompson had 14 kills and
By LYNN ELBER AP Television Writer LOS ANGELES Mackenzie Phillips, who’s upending expectations
Police are looking for tips to help them find out who robbed an Austintown restaurant last weekend.
Six people are vying for the gubernatorial appointment.
Police on Thursday arrested the man accused of stealing a car on South State Street after he threatened a business owner at gunpoint Wednesday in New Castle, Pa., after he was accused of stealing another car.
Tyler Carver of Chardon takes part in the inflatable water slide on campus at Youngstown State University. The activity Friday afternoon was part of YSU’s Welcome Week to greet students with a variety of events and activities the first week of school.
TV/RADIO TODAY 7:25 a.m. (NBCSN) Soccer: Wolves vs. Manchester City, Premier League. 8 a.m.
LATEST LINE NFL FavoritePoints (O/U) Underdog CHICAGO 2 (45.5) Kansas City PITTSBURGH
Choir concert canceled NORTH LIMA The Children of the World Choir that was scheduled for Sept. 2
Cardinal Mooney 45, St. Joseph (Canada) 22 Youngstown Jason Santisi scored four touchdowns to
PGA Koepka takes lead at Northern Trust PARAMUS, N.J. Brooks Koepka showed some muscle and
It wasn’t a normal Sunday in Catholic pulpits across America, as priests faced flocks touched by
INSIDE THE ROPES WITH … Jason Kokrak Friday: The Warren JFK graduate shot a 2-under 69 in
Ohio State coach has been criticized for his Wednesday media conference
The Mahoning Valley Historical Society and the Youngstown Historical Center of Industry and Labor are sponsoring a guided walking tour of downtown Youngstown at 5:30 p.m. Sept. 13 that will focus on unique historic buildings.
Editorial: Sandwiched between the excitement of the start of the high school football season Friday and the
Opinion: By Michael Reagan Cagle Cartoons Am I the only Catholic who thinks the church needs to consider
Opinion: If you are frustrated by wait times to see your doctor, the cost of health insurance and
Associated Press NEW YORK He’s one of the longest-serving employees in Donald Trump’s family
Associated Press CINCINNATI A Cincinnati police officer was wounded and a possible suspect was
Today is Saturday, Aug. 25, the 237th day of 2018. There are 128 days left in the year. ASSOCIATED
Boyarko named chamber COO YOUNGSTOWN The Youngstown/ Warren Regional Chamber announced the
Back to School Sunday WARREN Second Baptist Church “A House of Hope,” 1510 Main Ave SW, Warren,
The Lemon Twigs Album: “Go To School” Grade: B- The Lemon Twigs’ memorable first album, “Do
Conflict exists in so many areas of our lives that many of us retreat to lakes and rivers for a few
I recently discovered a box of chicken tenders in my freezer, hidden underneath a container of very
Associated Press HONOLULU Hurricane Lane weakened Friday as it headed toward the Hawaiian
Today’s entertainment picks: v JD Eicher’s Summer Songfest, 3:30-11 p.m.: A laid-back end of
ODDLY ENOUGH Deputies rescue women stranded on unicorn raft STARK, Minn. It was not a fairy
NOTES Browns’ Taylor won’t miss game CLEVELAND The Browns escaped a preseason quarterback
Ryan O’Hearn and Hunter Dozier hit back-to-back home runs leading off the ninth inning.
Terra Koontz, Charles Fox to exchange vows
Kaitlin L. Gatta, Bradley C. Bailey are engaged
Fall rite set for Staci Lombardo, Keith Sikora
Miss Marchese, Mr. Carchedi plan autumn rite
The Nicastros celebrate with vacation to Italy
Halls celebrate 60th anniversary with family
Shorter days and chilly mornings signal curious naturalists that certain predictable natural
Births St. Elizabeth boardman hospital Tyler Weaver and Richard Newsome Jr., Campbell, girl,
Associated Press WASHINGTON Arizona Sen. John McCain has discontinued medical treatment for an
news shows Guest lineups for the Sunday TV news shows: ABC’s “This Week”: Rep. Eric Swalwell,
Goose-hunt sign-up CORTLAND Local hunters have an opportunity to assist in reducing the goose
President avoids mention of Governor Kasich at Columbus fundraiser Associated Press COLUMBUS
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