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Toyhio at Metroplex gets thumbs-up from show-goers

The Toyhio toy show Saturday at the Metroplex Expo Center in Liberty received great reviews from shoppers and vendors.

Steel foundation director recounts industry's growth here from Brier Hill

Many still contend that the demise of the steel industry in the Mahoning Valley decades ago is attributable largely to a failure to modernize operations and equipment.

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National Packard Museum is worth a pit stop

The Packard came from the minds of two brothers, William Doud Packard and James Ward Packard, founders of Packard Electric.

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Summary of recent criminal activity in Hubbard, Liberty and Girard

A summary of recent criminal activity in Hubbard, Liberty and Girard

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Heart Ball will honor local survivors

Heart Ball will honor local survivors

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Ryan said he hopes budget agreement is first step toward more bipartisan Congress

Immigration should be the next major issue addressed, he said.

Lipke hits 1,000 points to help Boardman beat Mooney

Holden Lipke made himself at home at Cardinal Mooney Friday night

LaBrae surges in fourth to steal win at Campbell

Stephens scored 26 for unbeaten Vikings

Woman pleads guilty, gives statement, in freezer case

Prosecutors recommend probation if she cooperates.

Tigers roar past Falcons

Dean, Manios pace Howland against Fitch

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WRPA to pay airline $150,000 to settle lawsuit

The payment ends the dispute with the airline that briefly offered daily Chicago flights.

Rosenberger ready for Mountaineer showdown

Niles boxer faces a hometown hero at the W. Va. casino

Mom angry over reduction of jail time for driver who hit her son

The mother of a teen hit by a vehicle and killed along Holcomb Road in Newton Township on Sept. 25, 2016, says she’s not happy that the man who hit him and got a 30-day jail sentence ended up serving only two days.

Trumbull prosecutor urges Ohio attorney general to appeal Danny Hill ruling

Three judges on the 6th Circuit recently disagreed with whether Hill is too mentally disabled to be executed.


SWIMMING AND DIVING Canfield boys dominate D-II sectional AKRON Canfield won the boys team

Woman gets 15k bond on child endangering charge

10-year-old daughter claiming she was beaten with a cord

Paczki and polka party at Kravitz Deli

Staff report LIBERTY The fifth annual Paczki, Polkas and Piwo party will take place Tuesday from

‘Black Panther’ takes comic book films to new places All things Africa

By LINDSEY BAHR AP Film Writer BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. For Ryan Coogler, the essence of “Black

Youngstown Schools Stakeholders discuss next steps for district

Youngstown City Schools stakeholders had a positive discussion about the next steps for the district, one said.

Boardman police: Man threatened to burn apartment building down

Township police say a Hillman Way resident assaulted a woman and attempted to light their apartment building on fire Thursday night.

Warren woman sentenced to seven years in prison in 2017 death of boy, 3

Warren woman sentenced to seven years in prison in 2017 death of boy, 3

Three armed burglary suspects arrested

Three men are facing multiple charges following a home invasion in Austintown

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Chili cook-off opens school to community, businesses

It was a battle of the heartiest, the spiciest, and the most unconventional batch of chili at Canfield High School

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Lawsuit claims ICE violating Constitution, cites Adi case

A federal lawsuit that accuses U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement of targeting political opponents for removal from the country cites the case of Youngstown businessman Amer “Al” Othman Adi as an example and accuses ICE of violating the First Amendment. ICE arrested and deported Adi a week ago with no notice and refused to allow him to see his family.

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Moment of silence replaces prayer before West Branch game Friday

Spectators, many sporting 'Prayer Matters' shirts, wait for the varsity game to start Friday at West Branch High School in Beloit. A student created the shirts after the district halted prayer before games after receiving a complaint.


Ladies firearm class

Archery, air-rifle event

Pa. 2-1-1 Day Sunday

Guns, shells found

Korver’s 30-point outburst leads Cavs

LeBron James had 22 points, 17 assists and 12 rebounds in 41 minutes.

The right medicine for cabin fever

Around this point every winter, we anglers start to feel the itch of restlessness irritated by long

Johnson, Hossler share PGA lead

Suri, Merritt are two shots back


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Stars’ Lehtonen stuffs Pens in shootout

Schultz’s goal late forced OT


NEWSMAKERS ‘Catastrophe’ star Rob Delaney’s son dies from cancer NEW YORK “Catastrophe” star

Hubbard students got an engaging science, technology, engineering and math lesson

Hubbard gives students a way to be competitive and use creativity while learning about STEM concepts

Lowellville events

Lowellville events Lowellville The Lowellville Rod and Gun Club, 6225 Quarry Road, is having the

Today’s entertainment picks:

Today’s entertainment picks: v Pro Bull Riders, 7 p.m.: If you mess with the bull, you’ll get the


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Medical center to host hiring event

Medical center to host hiring event WARREN Trumbull Regional Medical Center is hosting a hiring


The grand jury also indicted these people on these charges: Tyler J. Verhest, 18, Neilson Avenue,

Man arrested in death of Warren woman

Man arrested in death of Warren woman COLUMBUS Police here said a SWAT team Thursday arrested a

Saxophone quartet

Saxophone quartet Transcontinental Saxophone Quartet will perform at 7:30 p.m. Monday at St.

Inside the ropes with … Jason Kokrak

Inside the ropes with … Jason Kokrak Friday: The Warren JFK graduate shot a 4-under 67 in the

Why do we care about royal weddings?

Meghan Markle is engaged to Prince Harry!!! I can barely contain myself. I suppose my invitation

Pulpit supply ministers needed

Pulpit supply ministers needed BOARDMAN The pastor at Calvary Baptist Church, 1463 Shields Road,

Trumpians trash own futures with anti-immigration stance

Opinion: By Cokie Roberts and Steven V. ROBERTS Andrews McMeel Syndication Here’s who President Trump’s

Toward improving speed, efficiency of snow removal

Editorial: When it comes to the weather, what a difference a year makes. Mahoning Valley residents sailed

Why do we feed backyard birds?

Is it true that birds in my backyard will starve if I don’t feed them? And my neighbor insists that


Births St. Elizabeth boardman Lindsay Estes and Terrance R. Belden Jr., Youngstown, boy, Feb. 8.

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Indictment handed down in ’15 murder

Case was tied up in juvenile, appeal court

Pence’s bid to isolate North Korea falls flat

Associated Press PYEONGCHANG, South Korea For all of Vice President Mike Pence’s efforts to

Lauren McCann, Mr. Hrusovsky to wed in summer

Lauren McCann, Mr. Hrusovsky to wed in summer

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Meredith Dotson, Cole Budinsky plan May vows

Meredith Dotson, Cole Budinsky plan May vows

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Brittany Rothbauer v Andrew Whitmer

Brittany Rothbauer v Andrew Whitmer

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Edwardses celebrate 60th anniversary

Edwardses celebrate 60th anniversary

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Mr. and Mrs. Blascak celebrate 60th anniversary

Mr. and Mrs. Blascak celebrate 60th anniversary

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Starrs celebrate 70th anniversary with family

Starrs celebrate 70th anniversary with family

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Reconciliation evening

Diocesan Youth Choir Festival

Guest speaker at Unity Centre

Special presentation

New Catholic Church members

Fund Raiser Banquet

Retreat in Daily Life

Calvary youth revival

White Mass at St. Columba

Empathic empowerment training

Lauren McCann, Mr. Hrusovsky to wed in summer

James and Mary Ann McCann of Cortland and John and Pam Hrusovsky of Lowellville are announcing the

Social safety net is frayed

Opinion: By Jill Richardson OtherWords I’ve always believed in government. That is, I believe there are

Sunday news shows

Sunday news shows Guest lineups for the Sunday news shows: ABC’s “This Week”: White House

Trump won't declassify Dems memo

Associated Press WASHINGTON Citing national security concerns, the White House on Friday

record Reviews

MGMT Album: “Little Dark Age” Grade: A- If MGMT’s first album in four years gets really

South Korean skater Kim ignites cauldron

Koreas show unity as Winter Olympics open


Today is Saturday, Feb. 10, the 41st day of 2018. There are 324 days left in the year. ASSOCIATED

All sides claim victory in bipartisan budget deal

Associated Press WASHINGTON Republican leaders, top Democrats and President Donald Trump are all