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Zhraiah Chehan, 8, fires a dart toward a target during the Pennies for Patients Carnival Tuesday at South Side Academy in Youngstown. Proceeds from the ...
Stories published February 14, 2018
The visiting judge in the Ralph Infante public corruption trial has shut down every argument the former Niles mayor’s attorney has made for dismissing charges or suppressing evidence in the case.
Usually, when several uniformed police officers are in one room, they turn heads — and not for a good reason. But Wednesday, they left a lot of smiles in their wake.
“In my studio [classroom] I want to give students opportunities to look at things differently, more creatively,” explained Ragghanti-Crowe, Wilson intervention specialist. “And when they walk in here this room calms them down.”
In a surprising twist, Michael C. Walker, one of 13 people who was thought to have been murdered in Warren in July 2017, has been ruled an accidental death.
Shooting survivor Giffords, coming to YSU, urges gun control
Freshman Garrett Covington nails the winning shot.
Authorities say the suspect is a former student.
Cam Morse has 15 as the Penguins lead the Grizzlies at the half
Warren child mistakenly told to walk long way home from school
Group ranks Poland Township as one of Ohio's safest communities
Austintown school board has special meeting Thursday
Cafaro Co. announces changes, additions to Eastwood Complex
Tuesday evening traffic victim ID'ed
President Trump: 'I'm opposed to domestic violence'
Sexual harassment lawsuit filed against Mahoning County deputy
Stocks climb as investors shake off inflation worries
Ohio city's ex-human resources director facing sex charges
Porn star who alleged Trump affair: I can now tell my story
Hubbard High School band to perform at Disney's Magic Kingdom
Idaho panel kills bill to raise smoking age to 21
Ohio court won't reopen case of convicted killer of 11
US Marshals arrest man on heroin charge
Pa. police charge man with allegedly stealing cyanide
Youngstown police looking for missing man
Puerto Rico cancels $133M post-hurricane housing contract
'Tito' Francona, father of Indians manager Terry, dies.
A summary of recent criminal activity in Poland and Boardman townships
AP sources: Mitt Romney to launch Senate campaign Thursday
OSHP: Teenage driver killed in multiple-vehicle crash
Niles schools working with ODNR to relocate geese
Former Heisman winner Manziel attempting comeback
Former Akron police chief sentenced to probation
Mahoning County Sheriff's Activity
Girl, Planned Parenthood sticker stay at Catholic school
Philly schools switch to eco-friendly lunch trays
Mardi Gras marred as 3 killed, 5 wounded in New Orleans
Judge: All evidence in Ralph Infante corruption trial stays
Man secretly indicted for 2017 murder is in custody
White apologizes for comments on sexual misconduct lawsuit
Ohio transit authority finds $7.9 million in surplus cash
US, Russians each lose in Olympic men's hockey
St. Lucy's soup sale is today, not Friday
Chase of stolen school bus in Ohio hits 100 mph
White House, FBI differ in accounts of investigation of aide
Suspect injured, SUV stopped after shooting at NSA gate
TeamNeo report: Northeast Ohio manufacturing is rebounding
Warren police take man to hospital after attempted rape
Trumbull judge resets hearing to board up man's house
Truck overturns, snarls traffic on I-80
Judge W. Wyatt McKay and Assistant Prosecutor Chris Becker reached the same conclusion about the reasons Jacob LaRosa took a plea Tuesday instead of continuing to trial on charges that he killed his elderly neighbor: The jury pool scared him.
Hvisdak scores 18 in Lowellville’s 11th win in 12 games
With proposed cuts by the administration, the deficit is about $1 million.
Central Illinois comes back to force overtime
The aviation committee recommended submitting a letter of understanding to Elite Airways of Maine for service
Vikings’ last loss in regular season was on Feb. 2, 2016
The Hubbard French Club learned how to swing dance and ate creole cuisine at the celebration in Brookfield.
Red Devils kept it close before Bulldogs caught fire
A Youngstown school board member called a private meeting at East High that took place on Feb. 9 an ‘egregious act’
The 28-year-old had been missing since last May.
By LINDSEY BAHR AP Film Writer BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. One year ago, most audiences didn’t know
Officials from Canfield city and township governments said progress is being made on a proposed joint economic development district.
Central figure in Hamad trial, Bryce Hendrickson died of drug overdose, coroner rules
Zhraiah Chehan, 8, fires a dart toward a target during the Pennies for Patients Carnival Tuesday at South Side Academy in Youngstown. Proceeds from the after-school carnival and other fundraising events at the school in January and February will benefit the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.
Priests are removed HERMITAGE, PA. A priest from Kennedy Catholic High School here and another
LeBron James and his new teammates are playing like old buddies
White once again dominates in snowboard
YSU (7-20/5-9) vs. Oakland (16-10/8-5) at Beeghly Center Tip-off — 7 p.m. YSU probable starters
Agenda Thursday Jackson-Milton school board, 6:30 p.m., high school, 13910 Mahoning Ave., North
YSU social work associate professor read passages from recently published short stories
Various food sales and dinners around the Valley
NEWSMAKERS Buckley to lead national tour of ‘Hello, Dolly!’ NEW YORK Tony Award-winning
Guentzel, Aston-Reese each score 2
Zallow, Corbett win HL Athletes of the Week Youngstown State track and field athletes Chad Zallow
Mom charged after children 2, 4 and 8 found wandering down the street in winter coats and hats
skiing Women’s slalom postponed PYEONGCHANG, South Korea The start of Mikaela Shiffrin’s bid
Family Features Plan to end your next gathering on a sweet note with these fruity desserts to
Family Features With people across the country observing Lent, a religious tradition observed
Best of Breed at dog show VIENNA Sue Davis of Vienna and her curly-coated retriever, Flash, won
Associated Press NEW YORK What’s next for Uno? Dos, of course. Mattel is launching the new
Associated Press WASHINGTON Contradicting the White House, the FBI said Tuesday it gave the
Associated Press MOSCOW An unknown number of private Russian military contractors were killed by
Dearing acquires Kruman Equipment BOARDMAN Dearing Compressor & Pump Co., the second-oldest
Associated Press WASHINGTON A high-stakes Senate debate over immigration got off to a halting
Associated Press SEOUL, South Korea General Motors said Tuesday it will close an underutilized
Associated Press NASHUA, N.H. A New Hampshire woman who won a $559.7 million Powerball jackpot
Associated Press JERUSALEM Israeli police on Tuesday recommended that Benjamin Netanyahu be
Associated Press WASHINGTON The Trump administration is targeting federal funding for studying
Opinion: By TOM PURCELL Cagle Cartoons I still have no idea why Laura Lindsey liked me, but she did. It
BLACK HISTORY Scheduled events February is Black History Month, an annual celebration of
Family Features Heat up your next get-together by inviting family and friends over to try a DIY
Today is Ash Wednesday, Feb. 14, the 45th day of 2018. There are 320 days left in the year. This is
The top five albums on the iTunes Store for the most recent one-week sales period: v “Man of the
Editorial: If you were thinking THE effects of an improving national economy have trickled down to ease
Associated Press WASHINGTON Weighing trade sanctions, President Donald Trump said Tuesday he’s
Yes, the Lenten season is here.
Opinion: By Ann Coulter Andrews McMeel Syndication If you’ve been watching MSNBC and, consequently, have
Associated Press WASHINGTON The Trump administration in recent months has made its stance clear
Family Features A steaming bowl of savory soup is the perfect comfort food when the wind is
Strollo outlines university’s upcoming projects, goals
Births St. Elizabeth boardman HOSPITAL Angela Colon-Hernandez and Carlos Santos, Youngstown,
Surplus food Price Memorial A.M.E. Zion Church, 920 Dryden Ave., Youngstown, produce and food
Associated Press NEW YORK President Donald Trump’s administration didn’t offer “legally
Each week, this column offers recipes from Valley cookbooks. If your organization would like to have
Shelby Kelly lives in Texas and she’s an integral part of the Dallas Cowboys organization. She has