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Stories published February 9, 2018
A Tokyo public school has adopted Giorgio Armani uniforms for students, triggering criticism in a country where hefty school fees are already burdening young parents.
The Western Reserve Port Authority will pay $150,000 to a company which briefly offered flights to Chicago from the Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport to settle a lawsuit between the parties.
Trumbull County Prosecutor Dennis Watkins has sent a letter urging Ohio Attorney Mike DeWine to appeal the U.S. 6th Circuit Court of Appeals decision that ordered a judge to resentence Danny Lee Hill to something other than the death penalty.
Youngstown City Schools stakeholders had a positive discussion about the next steps for the district, one said.
A second White House staffer has departed the Trump administration in the wake of abuse allegations.
Moment of silence rather than prayer suits some at West Branch
President won't declassify Democratic memo on Russia probe
Agents take drugs, firearms and cash from Warren house
Trial date in Ralph Infante trial moved to April 23
Prosecutor urges Ohio attorney general to appeal Danny Hill ruling
A Mahoning County grand jury Friday indicted 28 people including Antonio Crockett, 31, of Dogwood Avenue, for illegal conveyance of prohibited items onto the grounds of a detention facility and obstructing official business.
Private stakeholders meeting ongoing for Youngstown schools
Mayor Brown announces reappoint of water commission
Settlement reached in race suit filed by fired ex-Pa. TV anchor
At Olympic Games, Kim Jong Un's sister takes VIP seat
Ryan: Budget bill was 'decent deal'
Trump wishes Rob Porter well after resignation
Pa. car crash sends 3 to the hospital, including 2 officers
Federal appeals court rules in favor of Ohio male student
US stocks struggle to stabilize after entering 'correction'
Ohio GOP endorses Mike DeWine for governor
Schiavoni criticizes Kucinich on Youngstown Plan
Warren woman gets prison time in death of 3-year-old boy
Ohio prosecutor looking into allegations against instructor
Girard City Council meeting is Monday
Girard firefighters put out small fire at Mahoning Country Club
Mahoning County Sheriff's Activity
Suspected arrested in Warren woman's death in Columbus
Boardman police: Man threatened to burn down apartment building
Woman charged in freezer case pleads guilty in deal
Kelly getting scrutiny after senior aide's resignation
Youngstown cancels snow parking ban at 3 p.m. today
Trump pushes for more Republicans in Congress
Youngstown woman arrested on child-endangering charge
Port authority pays $150K to settle airline lawsuit
Ohio Amish man dies after horse-drawn trailer overturns
Car accident on I-680
Youngstown man arrested on gun, drug charges
Beaver Township trustees have special meeting Saturday
Rising racism taints Italian electoral campaign
Trump signs budget deal, government to reopen
Residents of a house in the 40 block of Beverly Road in Austintown called police to say they were held at gunpoint this morning.
The Senate has passed a massive, bipartisan budget agreement and spending bill to reopen the shuttered federal government. The bill now moves to the House.
A special prosecutor has filed a rebuttal to former Niles Mayor Ralph Infante’s argument that “almost all evidence” is gone that Infante could use to defend himself in his public-corruption criminal case.
The Columbiana Clippers play intense defense in allowing opponents a mere 36 points per game.
‘You are evil masquerading as a human being,’ the victim’s adoptive mother told Williams in court.
Coach Stephen Pitts views the Cardinals’ status as a No. 4 seed as a slight.
Senior Cameron Morse scored 26 points and tied a career high with six 3-pointers.
Fourteen years ago Lawrence County started to seek out a casino investor and on Thursday it got one.
Alan Mikovich is a long-time area assistant and was the head coach at Jackson-Milton from 2001-03.
As for being the first black fire chief in the city’s history, Finley said, “It is an honor. I didn’t think about it in those terms, but I’m proud. It means something, but not as much as being named to this position.”
The Ohio gubernatorial candidate said he intends to give those trying to privatize public education will have “the fight of their lives.”
By SANDY COHEN AP Entertainment Writer With warm nostalgia for Beatrix Potter’s classic
Associated Press LONDON London’s newest museum attraction is greasy, smelly – and a glimpse at
Defendant impregnated all three victims
In his latest film, “The 15:17 to Paris,” Clint Eastwood has taken his famously no-frills filmmaking further than ever before.
The company that handles parking enforcement in downtown appears to have fired a warning shot regarding people who use two-hour on-street parking spaces by posting signs asking them to respect this week’s snow-related parking ban.
Warren developer Mark Marvin of Downtown Development Group and officials from the city and Western Reserve Port Authority welcomed visitors Thursday to the former SCOPE senior citizens building on West Market Street, just across the Mahoning River from the courthouse.
The government stumbled into a midnight shutdown Thursday as a rogue Senate Republican blocked a speedy vote on a massive, bipartisan, budget-busting spending deal, protesting the return of trillion-dollar deficits on the watch of Republicans controlling Washington.
United States Olympic Winter Games luge hopeful Erin Hamlin poses for a portrait at the 2017 Team USA Media Summit last September in Park City, Utah.
By ABBY SLANKER firstname.lastname@example.org Second-grade students in Crystal Schneider’s class at C.H.
The Poland Historical Society honored William McKinley at Poland Town Hall on Jan. 29, what would have been McKinley’s 175th birthday.
Associated Press MIAMI A Florida woman says an airline told her to flush her hamster down an
Neighbors wants winter sports news The snowy season is here, winter athletics have arrived and
Austintown Intermediate School observed World Read Aloud Day on Feb. 1 by inviting members of the community and other Austintown schools to read to the students.
Students at Stadium Drive Elementary School learned about basic physics through a project during their Force and Motion unit in January.
by ZACK SHIVELY email@example.com Participants visited the Ford Nature Center on Dec. 28 for
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By ZACK SHIVELY email@example.com Austintown Fitch students raised money for Second Harvest
Cold Weather Running Workshop The Center for Physical Health will be hosting a workshop on Feb.
Jan. 24 Arrest: Police picked up Daniel L. Allmon, 28, at his Compass West Drive apartment upon
Friend to speak on experiences from Battle of the Bulge Howard, “Howdy” Friend, local retired
Jan. 22 Aggravated menacing: A Boardman woman told authorities her daughter’s former boyfriend
By ZACK SHIVELY firstname.lastname@example.org Beeghly Oaks had their annual Christmas party on Dec. 20
Pink Ribbon Golf Classic to be in July The annual Pink Ribbon Golf Classic will take place at
Gabriel Talanca, 22, is facing charges of importuning, disseminating matter harmful to juveniles and possession of criminal tools
Surplus food/clothing East Side Crime Watch, 1001 Oak St., corner of Fruit Street, Youngstown,
MEN No. 21 North Carolina 82, No. 90 Duke 78 CHAPEL HILL, N.C. Joel Berry II scored 21 points
PEBBLE BEACH NATIONAL PRO-AM Streelman, Hossler share first-round lead PEBBLE BEACH, Calif.
Births St. Elizabeth boardman Terika Callier, Youngstown, boy, Feb. 7. Jasmin Kulikowsky,
Struthers senior girls basketball player Alexis Bury was awarded a $250 scholarship from the Mahoning Valley Basketball Officials Scholarship.
Associated Press BALTIMORE Jurors started deliberating Thursday in a case involving one of the
The Austintown and Canfield High School robotics teams met at Austintown Middle School for the FIRST Robotics Challenge game announcement on Jan. 6.
Anthony and Linda Costello of Austintown and Patrick and Diane O’Connell of Girard are announcing
Cause of woman’s death COLUMBUS A Warren native who was found dead in Columbus last week died of
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His arraignment is at 9:30 a.m. today in Struthers Municipal Court
The police department is warning people of a scam.
Associated Press WASHINGTON Pressure mounted on White House chief of staff John Kelly on
Associated Press WASHINGTON Partisan sparring over the Russia investigation is causing chaos on
BOARDMAN Mr. and Mrs. Jack Savage recently celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary at a dinner
Associated Press COLUMBUS Gov. John Kasich on Thursday delayed the execution of a killer set to
AROUND THE NHL Thursday’s games Blues 6, Avalanche 1 ST. LOUIS Brayden Schenn scored twice
Associated Press WASHINGTON The American-backed Syrian Democratic Forces captured two notorious
Magic 100, Hawks 98 ORLANDO, FLA. Evan Fournier scored 22 points, D.J. Augustin added 16
Judge orders psychological evaluation for man who called 911 multiple times, scuffled with officer
Athletic department begins pre-selling tickets The Poland Seminary High School athletic department
Associated Press WASHINGTON President Donald Trump will propose lowering prescription drug costs
A summary of recent criminal activity in Poland and Boardman
Opinion: How much bad blood must there be between Mark A. Hanni and his sister, Holly? It appears to be a
Today’s entertainment picks: v Pro Bull Riders, 8 p.m.: “Get off my back,” say the furious one-ton
SWIMMING AND DIVING Anzevino, Loudin qualify for Division I district meet AKRON Boardman’s
NEWSMAKERS Omarosa: Country is not going to be OK under President Trump Omarosa Manigault Newman
RUSSIA Athletes to learn if they can compete in Games PYEONGCHANG, SOUTH KOREA The highly
Associated Press NEW YORK Stocks plunged again Thursday, and for the second time in four days
Opinion: By Jen Herrick OtherWords When President Donald Trump created the “Presidential Advisory
Editorial: It has long been a truism that Olympian sports imitate world politics. Ever since their modern
Mahoning County Career and Technical Center students provided beauty services to raise funds for their Ohio State Board of Cosmetology exams
Today is Friday, Feb. 9, the 40th day of 2018. There are 325 days left in the year. ASSOCIATED
Warren fund awards $20,000 to encourage investment on Youngstown Road
Luge veteran Erin Hamlin will carry the U.S. flag into the opening ceremony of the Pyeongchang Games.
With their NBA title hopes fading fast, the Cavaliers got aggressive at the trading deadline.
The Penguins have won five of their last six and four straight on the road.
Opinion: By Jim Hightower OtherWords Governors and mayors insist that giving our tax dollars to
associations Tri-Gold Prime Time Chapter of ABWA will have its monthly meeting Wednesday at A La
The government stumbled into a midnight shutdown this morning as a rogue Senate Republican blocked a speedy vote on a massive, bipartisan, budget-busting spending deal, protesting the return of trillion-dollar deficits on the watch of Republicans controlling Washington.
Inside the ropes with … Jason Kokrak Friday: The Warren JFK graduate shot two under par to finish
Serenity Center ribbon cutting WARREN The Youngstown/Warren Regional Chamber will have a ribbon-
Selected local stocks STOCK, DIVIDENDCLOSE CHANGE Alcoa Inc., .1246.23-1.47 Aqua America,
The Boardman boys and girls swim teams are enjoying another record breaking year, winning the
The Jam Tournament at UPMC Lemeiux Center in Cranberry took place on Jan. 27 and 28 and two ADM blue
Tom and Kelly Ortega of Boardman and Dottie King of Poland are announcing the engagement of their
Dominic and Jacqueline DeLaurentis of Boardman, along with Jeffrey and Susan Will of Green are
Kindergarten registration announced Boardman School District will host its Kindergarten