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YMCA Arts and Humanities coordinator Suzanne Gray holds two entries in this year’s FIVE Squared art show at the Davis Family YMCA in Boardman,, which ...
Stories published February 3, 2018
The cost is $28. To pre-register, call 724-662-2242.
Police are looking for two men who posed as electrical utility workers to trick an elderly Brookfield woman to get into her home
New Castle police are trying to determine how long a dog had been left alone in a vacant apartment without food or water when authorities found it while investigating a burglary report Friday at Westview Terrace.
The long-standing annual African Marketplace is an opportunity to be immersed in black culture and heritage through the Youngstown Harambee dance group and drummers and shop at the 30-plus vendors offering items from art works to jewelry and purses and clothing.
We’re a month, more or less, into the new year and America has already suffered two school shootings.
Lewis, Urlacher, Moss and Owens voted into Hall of Fame.
Petition packets for Democratic and Republican precinct committee offices and Greenville Home Rule Government Study Commission will be available beginning Wednesday in the election office at the Mercer County Courthouse.
The board of education has scheduled a Feb. 23 hearing for Christopher Chieffo, a teacher and former assistant principal who was fired last month for falsification of sick leave.
Summary of recent criminal activity in Hubbard, Liberty, Girard
The Vindicator’s annual contest to pick the winners is underway.
Improve fitness CANFIELD The Ursuline Health and Wellness Center, 4280 Shields Road, can help
Archery, air-rifle event Niles Western Reserve Fish & Game Association, 1058 W. Third St., will
Drug charges YOUNGSTOWN A Cameron Avenue man is in the Mahoning County jail after reports said
Warren police detectives are investigating a homicide and a stabbing from Thursday.
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Local business will host shopping event BOARDMAN Ivory & Birch, 7631 Market St., will open from
Scouts to begin celebration of 108th anniversary of service to America’s youth
Mr. and Mrs. Esparra celebrate 65th anniversary
HAPPY 95th BIRTHDAY Alfred Stefano Sr.
Lauren Zajac, David Koval plan summer nuptials
Melissa Collinsworth, 33, of Bob-O-Link Drive, is accused of concealing 25 products while her daughter, Maria Harbison, 15, left the store with several items in her purse and was stopped in the parking lot, the report said.
A man whose dogs are accused of biting a Newton Township woman Jan. 22 had the dogs returned to him late Thursday afternoon.
Junior Achievement USA has recognized the staff and board of directors of Junior Achievement of Mahoning Valley with the 2016-17 Peak Performance Team Award.
Warren City Schools have scheduled a waiver day Monday during which students won’t be attending class.
Ankle & Foot collected new and nearly new shoes donated by employees, podiatrists, patients and friends from late November through early January.
The Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting has been awarded to Warren
rews installed a new utility pole on state Route 304
Reports said police found two bags of suspected crack cocaine, 11 pills and $1,065 cash on a man pulled over about 8:25 p.m. Thursday at West Princeton and Hudson avenues for an improper turn.
Tony Award-nominated actor Louis Zorich died Tuesday
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Sunday local news programming
Youngstown State senior Jaynee Corbett won the weight throw and the Penguins had a strong showing in the distance events on the first day of competition at the YSU Mid-Major Invitational at the WATTS on Friday.
Youngstown State junior Chad Zallow will compete against some of the top runners in the world in the 60m hurdles at the Millrose Games on Saturday at the Armory in New York City. Zallow’s race will be televised live at 4:08 p.m. on NBC.
Cavaliers forward Kevin Love will miss two months with a broken left hand, but he does not need surgery.
The Youngstown State swimming and diving team closed out its dual season with a strong performance against Cleveland State on Friday night at the Beeghly Natatorium. The Penguins won the dual 167-129.
Struthers’ Nathan Richards is accused of slapping two drunken juveniles and dousing them with maple syrup.
Dra Rushton puts up 30 for Liberty; Campbell’s Nikolas Kouros posts 24.
The Trumbull County prosecutor will review the findings over the next few weeks.
Poland guard Mike Diaz’s role changed over the last year.
A Youngstown State University professor, whose writing passion is clearly alive and well, was recently published in her second fiction anthology
Lowellville swept the season series from Springfield.
BOYS BASKETBALL Ursuline 43, Cardinal Mooney 29 YOUNGSTOWN Ursuline outscored Cardinal Mooney
From April 2-8, during Ursuline’s spring break, students will travel to the Central American country to help the locals fulfill what some may say are basic needs.
Community members surrounding West Branch Schools are sporting “Prayer Matters” shirts in support of a long-standing tradition that has come under fire
Chase Gresock, Jack Malone, Tommy Parrottino and Mike Regush scored goals on Friday as the Youngstown Phantoms won their third straight game.
By MARK KENNEDY AP Entertainment Writer NEW YORK It’s fitting that comedian Roy Wood Jr. is an
Staff report YOUNGSTOWN Leonne Hudson, a history professor at Kent State University, will give a
By JAKE COYLE AP Film Writer NEW YORK James Ivory didn’t see “Call Me By Your Name” with an
City says most state auditor recommendations were already implemented
A partnership between Youngstown State University Foundation and PrintSYSt, an Israeli tech startup, is just the latest partnership to come out of a trip to Israel by YSU and YBI officials.
Beatitude House is collaborating with Someplace Safe and Solace Center, Trumbull County’s domestic-violence programs, to meet the ongoing needs of women and children in Beatitude’s Warren transitional housing facility.
He expects to make other cabinet appointments next week.
YMCA Arts and Humanities coordinator Suzanne Gray holds two entries in this year’s FIVE Squared art show at the Davis Family YMCA in Boardman,, which opens Sunday.
Today is Saturday, Feb. 3, the 34th day of 2018. There are 331 days left in the year. ASSOCIATED
Tom Brady has accomplished just about everything when it comes to playing in the Super Bowl.
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Associated Press U.S. stocks slumped Friday, and the market suffered its worst week in two years,
Associated Press TOLEDO Hemmed in by a growing number of states that block mandatory union fees
Associated Press KABUL, AFGHANISTAN The discovery of an Islamic State hideout filled with
California Palms Addiction Recovery Campus received a cease and desist letter from the Ohio Department of Medicaid Friday.
If asked to name the smallest bird that visits backyard feeders, I suspect most people would answer
Associated Press INDIANAPOLIS Newly released federal figures show a sharp rise in child-abuse
Many years ago, too many to count, a friend warned us to avoid eating garlic the day before a bass
Staff report Scout Sunday, which will take place Sunday, begins the celebration of the 108th
HUNTER, TRAPPER EDUCATION INFORMATION — Ohio: Call 800-WILDLIFE Pennsylvania: 814-432-3187.
Associated Press WASHINGTON Two government studies that bombarded rats and mice with cellphone
Associated Press An Arizona lawmaker who repeatedly harassed women has become the first since the
President Donald Trump declassified a top-secret congressional memo Friday and suggested it proved the investigation of his presidential campaign and Russia was fatally flawed from the start.
Associated Press CHARLOTTE, Mich. A distraught father seething over sexual abuse suffered by
Births St. Elizabeth boardman Stanley and Jennifer Tatro, Salem, boy, Feb. 1. Crystal Fox and
Associated Press NEW YORK Peyton Manning takes a family to Universal Parks & Resorts. Chris
HONOREE Residence: Lowellville Date of birth: Jan. 18, 1923 FAMILY Parents: John and Mary
If you’ve ever been on a canoe trip, a rafting trip or a whitewater adventure, you know the
Staff report GROVE CITY, PA. Grove City College’s music department will present an Opera Gala at
NEWSMAKERS Wood’s death being deemed ‘suspicious’ LOS ANGELES Los Angeles County sheriff’s
None of their challengers have filed campaign finance reports
WOMEN Matchup: YSU (9-13, 5-6 Horizon League) at Detroit Mercy (1-20, 1-9). Where: Calihan Hall,
PHOENIX OPEN SCOTTSDALE, ARIZ. Rickie Fowler took a share of the lead into the weekend in the
Opinion: The month always recalls contributions black folks have made in this country
Staff report CANFIELD Cardinal Joint Fire District will conduct ice-rescue training at the pond
Friday: The Warren JFK graduate shot a 2-under par 69 in the second round of the Phoenix Open at TPC
Post Time: 12:15P.M. RACE 1 $22,100, 3 yo, 1M, MSW 1 Serve (Quinones) 122 4/1 2 Vermillion
Staff report WARREN A man arrested by Warren police Friday night was slated to be booked into
Levy funds clinic to screen for and treat tuberculosis
Opinion: By Georgie Anne Geyer Andrews McMeel Syndication WASHINGTON Watching the troubling events on
Editorial: Mention Camp Ravenna Joint Military Training Center, the sprawling 21,000-acre military
Selected local stocks STOCK, DIVIDENDCLOSECHANGE Alcoa Inc., .1249.04-3.38 Aqua America, .71
Opinion: By Danny Tyree Cagle Cartoons According to the British newspaper The Telegraph, if problems
Michael Malvasi faces charges for trafficking in hashish