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Kerrie DelGreco, store manager at Barnes & Noble Booksellers in Boardman, holds one of the few copies of “Fire and Fury” that were made available ...
Stories published January 6, 2018
What would have been a sad farewell for family and friends of Youngstown businessman Al Adi became a joyous celebration Saturday night after Adi was granted a delay of his federal government-ordered deportation set for today.
Summary of recent criminal activity in Hubbard, Liberty and Girard
YSU earns first 3-0 start in Horizon League play
Saturday’s single-digit temperatures limited turnout for the opening of the 18th Annual Antique Motorcycle Exhibit in the National Packard Museum, but did nothing to chill the enthusiasm of the few who showed up. “
Green Bay shooting well to stay ahead of YSU
Restrooms repainted with empowering messages
Village police are asking whoever has an outside dog removed from a pen on Woodland Drive to call Animal Charity or the Mahoning County Dog Warden to place the pet, or take the dog to the village police station, where it will be housed in an indoor kennel while police and humane agents investigate further.
YSU went 4-2 in its six-game homestand
Three-pointers at both ends of the floor are an issue for YSU
Library to offer computer help LISBON Lepper Library, 303 E. Lincoln Way, will offer one-on-one
Tigers took charge once they contained Zupko
Experts and studies agree treating substance abuse is drastically more expensive than preventing it.
Vehicular traffic will be closed during the work, and pedestrian traffic will be restricted.
Barrett ignites Tigers’ win over Spartans
Perhaps Youngstown State hasn’t seen the last of Francisco Santiago.
Ken Jakubec’s final term with Austintown Board of Education ended as 2018 began, but at nearly 71 years old, Jakubec has no intentions to stop helping the school if he’s needed.
Indians limited Brookfield to 26 points over three quarters
YSU President Jim Tressel and Youngstown Area Jewish Federation comes to Adi’s defense.
Judge Diane Vettori of the Mahoning County Area Court here recused herself from hearing the James V. Bates water-quality criminal case scheduled to begin Jan. 22 because of a conflict of interest.
By JESSE J. HOLLAND Associated Press There’s a Black Panther party going on all around the
Associated Press DES MOINES, Iowa An Iowa farmer-turned-reality television star is fighting to
Associated Press LOS ANGELES A civil lawsuit charging Oscar-winning filmmaker Paul Haggis with
The Youngstown Phantoms were tied with Cedar Rapids after the first period.
New developments have sprung up on Belmont Avenue over the past year, and township officials are working to continue the progress.
She acknowledges the incumbent is ‘very difficult to beat’
Judge imposes maximum sentence for gross sexual imposition
Kerrie DelGreco, store manager at Barnes & Noble Booksellers in Boardman, holds one of the few copies of “Fire and Fury” that were made available Friday. The book is about the inner workings of the Trump White House, and has been criticized by the president and his supporters.
Savages celebrate 50th anniversary at dinner party
Miss Costello, Mr. O’Connell plan April rite
Christina Becker, Bryant Salcedo are engaged
Tiffany Ortega, Andrew King set June wedding
DeLaurentis, Will nuptials set for mid-spring
HUNTER, TRAPPER EDUCATION INFORMATION — Ohio: Call 800-WILDLIFE Pennsylvania: 814-432-3187.
YOUNGSTOWN James and Janet Howell of Youngstown celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary at a
Cable and satellite TV companies raise prices every year to pass along what they say are rising fees
sunday news shows Guest lineups Guest lineups for the Sunday TV news shows: ABC’s “This Week”:
Letterman’s first guest on new show: Obama NEW YORK David Letterman has lined up former
The top paid iPhone apps on the App Store for the most recent one-week sales period: v
Births St. Elizabeth Boardman Hospital Maurice and Zanyah Spates, Youngstown, girl, Jan. 4.
Trump bracing for more staff departures Associated Press WASHINGTON Already setting turnover
Associated Press WASHINGTON The Environmental Protection Agency is touting cleanups at seven of
The arrest was made after the woman answered a police ad for escort services
Associated Press NEW YORK Cable and satellite TV providers are ringing in the new year with an
Laid-off GM workers to transfer to Indiana LORDSTOWN Some employees who are laid off from the GM
ODNR: Prioritize safety while hiking, ice fishing COLUMBUS With Ohioans experiencing frigid
In a world where environmental catastrophes happen all too often, it would be easy to dismiss as
Associated Press DUBAI, United Arab Emirates A hard-line cleric leading Friday prayers in Iran’s
My wife, Linda, does most of our Christmas shopping, but occasionally I’m inspired to buy a few
Associated Press DENVER Whether to crack down on marijuana in states where it is legal is a
Associated Press CINCINNATI Republican Ohio Treasurer Josh Mandel says he is dropping his U.S.
Howland Farmers Market canceled WARREN Howland Farmers Market at the Children’s Rehabilitation
Associated Press AKRON An Ohio woman accused of fatally shooting her husband in the head and
YEARS‚àAGO Today is Sunday, Jan. 7, the seventh day of 2018. There are 358 days left in the year.
Following last-minute filings, murder trial for Monday postponed
Opinion: ‘Medicare for all’ plan could hurt Dems in ’18 Will President Trump block Democrats from
Associated Press WASHINGTON The acrimony surrounding former White House adviser Steve Bannon’s
Golden Knights 5, Blackhawks 4 CHICAGO Reilly Smith had a goal and two assists, and the Vegas
Associated Press WASHINGTON Years of steady hiring and economic growth have delivered a
Jarry stops 31 shots for second shutout
Staff report YOUNGSTOWN Interstate 680 northbound was restricted to one lane near the South
AROUND THE NBA Friday’s games 76ers 114, Pistons 78 PHILADELPHIA Ben Simmons and Joel Embiid
No. 14 UCLA 84, No. 16 Oregon State 49 LOS ANGELES Monique Billings scored 19 points and the
BOYS BASKETBALL Minerva 71, Salem 56 MINERVA Minerva pulled ahead after outscoring the
Staff report LIBERTY A woman was arrested on an aggravated-burglary charge after a crash here
It’s the first endorsement of the 2018 election cycle for the organization
Pittsburgh’s Bell, Heyward, DeCastro also selected
Floats, frostbite could combine
Editorial: It hasn’t been all that long ago since residents of the Mahoning Valley who needed sophisticated
Selected local stocks STOCK, DIVIDENDCLOSECHANGE Alcoa Inc., .1253.75-0.95 Aqua America, .71
Opinion: By Tom Purcell Cagle Cartoon My father is behind the curve on social media, but I think he is
Opinion: WASHINGTON Today’s political discord is less durable and dangerous than a consensus, one that