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Stories published February 4, 2018
Eagles win Super Bowl
The Patriots scored on the first possession of the second half.
The accident happened under the Shirley Road overpass
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated shortly after he began the first Poor People's Campaign 50 years ago
The president was returning to Washington tonight.
The Indianapolis Colts say linebacker Edwin Jackson was one of two men killed.
The Summit County medical examiner is investigating the case
Most involve the sex trade.
Jose Escobar was deported after attending what he thought would be a routine check-in with immigration authorities
It was the third fatal Amtrak crash in two months.
A source says the struggling Cavaliers do not plan to fire head coach Tyronn Lue.
Keita Bates-Diop scored a career-high 35 points and had 13 rebounds.
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.
Signatures can be collected no earlier than Feb. 13, and the deadline to file petitions with the county is March 6.
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.
Registration is $5 per person.
Preschool Lab to offer open enrollment NEW WILMINGTON, PA The Westminster College Preschool Lab
AARP 4611 East, Youngstown, will host an overnight trip to Lancaster, Pa., April 6 and 7 to the
Girard Multi-Generational Center, 443 Trumbull Ave. will offer the following opportunities: Monday,
Easter Seals offers hot, nutritious meals weekdays in Columbiana and Mahoning counties for people 60
THURSDAY 32nd Club will meet at noon at Christ’s Church, Boardman, for its monthly meeting.
wednesday Men’s Garden Club of Youngstown will meet at 7 p.m. Sarah Woodall, certified arborist,
upcoming Youngstown Area Federation of Women’s Club meetings will resume at noon March 21 at Caffe
Saxon Club Branch 22 has installation of officers
David Reinhart scored some revenge and a major upset/
The United Auto Workers Local 1112 and UAW Local 1714 are merged.
State Sen. Joe Schiavoni said he faces an “uphill battle” to win the governor’s election but has no plans to get out of the race.
The first-year YSU coach was upset after the Penguins’ 83-57 loss.
City police and the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives have linked firearm evidence collected at crime scenes in 2017 to 52 unsolved crimes.
Chad Zallow placed fourth in the 60 hurdles in the Millrose Games.
John DeFilippo’s father Gene was YSU’s offensive coordinator.
Since Jan. 4, 1998, Bo Marchionte hasn’t missed a single day of running. Many of those miles have been logged in one location: Mill Creek Park.
The Penguins have won three consecutive Horizon League road games for the first time since February 2015.
Some 400 attended Saturday’s event in Kilcawley Hall.
Staff report BOARDMAN Rick Rowlands, local historian and founder of the Youngstown Steel
By JEFF BAENEN Associated Press MINNEAPOLIS Picture this: Prince taking the stage at U.S. Bank
Elysia Jordan is getting an education – and having a blast – as part of the cast of the “School of Rock” touring production.
BLACK HISTORY MONTH Scheduled events February is Black History Month, an annual celebration of
Aided by a national initiative aimed at reducing the number of people with mental illnesses in jails, the Mahoning County Sheriff’s Office, the county Mental Health and Recovery Board and local providers have partnered to provide services to inmates with mental illnesses, with the goal that they won’t end back up in jail.
By RUSSELL CONTRERAS Associated Press PARIS The great African-American writers James Baldwin
Business seminar SALEM The Salem Area Chamber of Commerce is co-sponsoring a “Business Value
By MATT O’BRIEN Associated Press BOSTON Child-development experts and advocates are urging
Staff Report GIRARD The American Heart Association is announcing Andrew D. Thompson, partner and
Associated Press RALEIGH, N.C. The maker of a video game that pits players worldwide in a fight
Today’s entertainment picks: v Dana Chamber Orchestra, 4 p.m.: Works from the opera “The Barber of
By MESFIN FEKADU AP Music Writer MINNEAPOLIS Justin Timberlake was asked about a bromance with
Dolores Woods to Diana M. Coler et al, Brunswick Road, Youngstown, $30,000. Kevin B. Powers et al
Staff report YOUNGSTOWN Youngstown Marathon Foundation Board recently selected United Way of
HIRED Farmers Trust Co. is expanding its team with the addition of John M. Rossi as vice
By LIZ WESTON NerdWallet Good financial advice can help you achieve your life goals. Bad
Crush game day cravings with these enticing snacks. West Virginia Pepperoni Roll Dip Prep time:
Youngstown native finalist for award YOUNGSTOWN Allison Pitinii Davis recently was recently
By MAE ANDERSON The Associated Press NEW YORK (AP) After a year of political and cultural
NOTICES BASEBALL Boardman Community Baseball — registration can be conducted at
MILESTONES Education Ph.D. from PSU Lauren R. Camacci received her Ph.D. in communication
Associated Press HONOLULU A former Hawaii state worker who sent a false missile alert last month
Opinion: Congress is to blame for immigration mess Anyone with a heart and a sense of justice supports the
Super Bowl Matchups What to watch when the Philadelphia Eagles and New England Patriots face off today:
When the Eagles (15-3) have the ball The Patriots must be wary of a balanced offense that tore
Births St. Elizabeth boardman Janean Burkett and Cody Bryant, East Liverpool, boy, Feb. 2.
HARDCOVER FICTION 1. “The Woman in the Window” by A.J. Finn (William Morrow) 2. “Fall From
Agenda Monday Brookfield Township trustees, 7 p.m., administration building, 6844 Strimbu Drive.
Women’s TOP 25 COLLEGE BASKETBALL Saturday’s games No. 18 Ohio State 68, Wisconsin 55
Today is Sunday, Feb. 4, the 35th day of 2018. There are 330 days left in the year. ASSOCIATED
Associated Press RICHMOND, Va. An Amtrak train carrying dozens of Republican congressmen to a
Opinion: This week, Michigan continued to buckle under the weight of so many institutions that failed in the
Saturday: The Warren JFK graduate made six birdies in a third-round 68 during the Phoenix Open at
Patriot Fatigue is a national affliction.
Police: Extreme-right gunman shoots six Africans in Italy MILAN An Italian gunman with extreme
Clippers 113, Bulls 103 LOS ANGELES Tobias Harris scored 24 points in his Clippers debut,
Associated Press NEW YORK The stock market has finally found something to fear. For more than
cleveland indians Jim Thome wants block ‘C,’ on HOF plaque CLEVELAND Newly elected Hall of
BOYS BASKETBALL Parma Padua 66, Ursuline 51 CANTON Kevin Peterson scored a game high 30 points
Associated Press CINCINNATI President Donald Trump heads to Ohio on Monday to make Cincinnati-
Ray Lewis and Brian Urlacher terrorized opposing offenses from the middle of the field.
The Philadelphia Eagles are an unselfish group that prioritizes winning over personal accomplishments.
Associated Press COLUMBUS An Ohio union’s lawsuit aims to block a planned freeze on costs-of-
No. 2 Virginia 59, Syracuse 44 SYRACUSE, N.Y. De’Andre Hunter scored 15 points, Kyle Guy added
NEW CASTLE, PA. New Castle police are investigating a crash in which a woman was hit by a vehicle
The first event is how to make your own maple syrup
BOARDMAN The Panda Express in Boardman, 935 Windham Court, is hosting a Miracle Meals fundraising
With the Rockets up 35 in the third quarter, the Cavs didn’t even bother to huddle during a timeout.
Phantoms take another road game from Steel GENEVA, ILL. The Youngstown Phantoms let an early 3-0
Ducks 5, Canadiens 2 MONTREAL Defenseman Jeff Petry scored two goals as the Montreal Canadiens
For the third time, Tom Brady is the NFL’s Most Valuable Player.
Travis Zajac scored two goals and set up another.
Associated Press WASHINGTON President Donald Trump on Saturday asserted complete vindication
Editorial: Ohio Republicans lack credibility when it comes to establishing boundaries for congressional
Opinion: Well-known Youngstown businessman Amer “Al” Adi Othman was forced onto an airplane in Chicago last
Opinion: WASHINGTON In 1930, John Maynard Keynes was worried, but not about the unpleasantness that had