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One dead in Austintown crash
Stories published August 28, 2018
Ex-Mahoning County Auditor Michael Sciortino, who served time in a halfway house for illegal use of county computers, is no longer on probation.
On Friday, about 100 luminarias will light up the night in the city.
After about three hours of deliberations, a Mahoning County jury Tuesday found James Jarrell guilty of the murder of his 55-year-old stepmother.
Activists demanding the city take efforts to protect residents from predatory land contracts took to Youngstown City Hall Tuesday to demand action.
DeSantis wins Florida Republican nomination for governor; Scott faces clash for Senate
Trumbull County administrator not expected to return
One dead in Austintown crash
Ohio candidate provides details of alleged domestic abuse
Ex-Texas cop guilty of murder for killing unarmed black teen
Judge denies temporary restraining order in TJX matter
Texan says he's selling 3-D-printed gun plans, despite ruling
Man who died off Lake Michigan pier was from Ohio
Fla. shooting suspect was able to buy guns despite mental illness
Talks with Canadian officials expected after US-Mexico deal
ACTION meeting on predatory lending is today at Youngstown City Hall
GOP slows efforts to rename Senate building for McCain
Surveillance images released of man sought in Pa. model’s death
Pennsylvania to start pre-qualifying residents for a Real ID
Killer files appeal of his murder conviction
Woman pleads not guilty after youth football fracas
Report: Nearly 3,000 deaths in Puerto Rico linked to Maria
Fans mourn Aretha Franklin at gospel-infused public viewing
Mahoning County Sheriff's Activity
JARRELL TRIAL | Closing arguments get underway at 1 p.m.
Ohio State: Meyer met with team after suspension announced
Trump takes on Google in complaints about social media
The first week of high school football is in, and The Vindy's Blitz is looking for your vote on the top games and players.
Worldwide gun deaths reach 250,000 yearly; US ranks high
Mahoning Co. commissioner candidate says yard signs stolen in Boardman
Ohio urges motorists to stay alert as schools begin
Hollywood Gaming to open its expanded gaming area Friday
Fifth Avenue widening project in Youngstown to cost $21M
Reminder: No garbage collection in Youngstown on Labor Day
Martin Luther King Jr.’s daughter to speak in Cincinnati
Police: 3 injured in shooting near Cincy firehouse
Iran president fails to appease lawmakers in economic crisis
Route 422 reopened this morning after Monday evening crash
Liberty police chief is seeking grants for additional school resource officers
Could face murder charges at later date if victim dies
Buses will leave hourly from Federal Station from Monday through Saturday
Results of TJX vote certified by Trumbull elections board
Editor’s note: Readers are asked to note the change in the deadline for items for the Reunions &
ODDLY ENOUGH Mom who hosted $25k prom send-off accused of fraud PHILADELPHIA A Philadelphia
The member of the San Antonio Spurs’ “Big 3” calls it quits after 16 NBA seasons.
Investigators did not quiz Day
Livestock project will help food bank YOUNGSTOWN The 10th annual Canfield Fair Junior Fair
Vandalism reported AUSTINTOWN Police said someone reportedly spray-painted a racial slur on the
Prosecution rests in West Side murder case
Associated Press Taking a low-dose aspirin every day has long been known to cut the chances of
Associated Press VATICAN CITY The archbishop of Washington on Monday “categorically denied”
Today is Tuesday, Aug. 28, the 240th day of 2018. There are 125 days left in the year. ASSOCIATED
The mission of Mercy Health has remained steadfast since the Sisters of the Humility of Mary began providing health care services more than 100 years ago.
Associated Press NEW YORK The government’s top official overseeing the $1.5 trillion student
Bond set at $12,500 for accused Youngstown drug dealer
U.S. Sen. John McCain Quotes U.S. Sen. Rob Portman, a Cincinnati-area Republican: “John McCain
School board compensates teachers involved in building reconfiguration
Live music performances on television shows this week include: v Meghan Trainor: Tonight on “Jimmy
Agenda Wednesday McDonald Village Board of Zoning Appeals, 6 p.m., meeting to discuss a variance
Births St. Elizabeth boardman hospital Marc and Briana Chiarello, Campbell, boy, Aug. 26. John
Four seeded men lose on Day 1
Associated Press THE HAGUE, Netherlands Iran warned Monday that re-imposed U.S. sanctions would
Associated Press WASHINGTON Snubbing Canada, the Trump administration reached a preliminary deal
Mooney/Hoban football tickets available Youngstown Tickets for Cardinal Mooney football’s game
Cash bonus to leader on the way
Jose Fermin and Tyler Freeman recorded back-to-back RBIs in the third to give Mahoning Valley a win.
New post office site set to open Sept. 4 YOUNGSTOWN The U.S. Postal Service announced a new
Boardman trustees discussed flood relief and prevention
MONDAY’S RESULTS BOYS SOCCER Columbiana 7, Heartland Christian 3 COLUMBIANA Hunter Oliver
Steelers acquire wide receiver Switzer from Raiders
Selected local stocks STOCK, DIVIDENDCLOSECHANGE Alcoa Inc., 43.870.43 Aqua America, .20 37.35
Opinion: By Tom Purcell Cagle Cartoons Younger generations buying fewer homes than prior generations is
Editorial: There’s a reason why security clearance is maintained for a select number of former federal
Opinion: By David M. SHRIBMAN Andrews McMeel Syndication The whole world was watching. And for the past
Browns WR won’t play in final exhibition game
Questions about his trainer prompted a protest