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UPDATE: Adi is no longer at jail
Today's Hoerig arraignment will be anything but normal
Stories published January 19, 2018
Looks like government will shut down
eBay has joint venture with Warren, Akron
Warning: Phone scam involves emergency response payments
Chaotic close to Donald Trump’s first year as president
Family: Tom Petty died of accidental drug overdose
Brown's bills would pay military but not Congress during shutdown
Mattis: US competitive war-fighting edge has eroded
ICE now has Congressional committee notification on Adi release
No agreement after Trump, Schumer meet
Pennsylvania’s jobless rate up, but payrolls hit record high
Supreme Court to rule on Trump travel ban
Canfield physician incarerated for tax crimes
Kucinich names city councilwoman as running mate
UPDATE: Adi is no longer at jail
The Rust Belt Theater Company will present “Brrrlesque,” a winter-themed burlesque show.
Drug raid nets meth, gun and drugs at Howland home
Half of Ohio adults favor needle-exchange programs
'Jersey Shore' star pleads guilty to tax evasion
'Hillbilly Elegy' author decides against Senate run in Ohio
Champion man found guilty of assault, child endangering
Judge delays sentencing Ohio man who plotted US attacks
California DA says couple's abuse of 12 kids became torture
Today's Hoerig arraignment will be anything but normal
Youngstown man arrested on B&E charge in Boardman
Mahoning County Sheriff's Activity
Man asleep at wheel found with suspected crack cocaine
Woman shoves US marshal looking for her boyfriend
Driving in Manhattan could cost $11.52
Ohio unemployment rate drops in December
Ohio man killed ex-wife, buried body as son watched
Congress likely racing toward a government shutdown
Freddie Seitz and his mother, Rose Seitz, gave a presentation at the Poland library on Jan. 11 regarding the family’s experiences with Freddie’s facial differences.
Christa McAuliffe's lost lessons are finally getting taught in space.
The Cincinnati Zoo has a day of festivities ready for Fiona's first birthday party Saturday, and expect plenty more of Fiona in Year 2.
The Penguins flamed out at home.
The grant proposal asks for $1.4 million in Ohio’s capital budget.
Brad Patterson and Anthony Noreen will coach against one another tonight.
A federal grand jury indicted the Craig Beach village police chief, who faces accusations of possessing child pornography.
Dr. Dan Ross, Executive Director of the Ohio High School Athletic Association since 2004, announced his resignation, effective Sept. 15.
The district faces a return to fiscal-watch designation.
GIRLS BASKETBALL Struthers 67, Hubbard 28 HUBBARD Khaylah Brown and Keasia Chism led Struthers
Cleveland holds off Orlando’s strong comeback
Pair used credit-card skimmers, found with nearly $140,000, U.S. Attorneys said
By LINDSEY BAHR AP Film Writer In the days and months following the Sept. 11 attacks, a small
Staff report YOUNGSTOWN The New Music Guild’s annual winter concerts will take place at 7 p.m.
Associated Press PASADENA, Calif. PBS, which dealt with sexual misconduct allegations in its own
The proposed law would criminalize sharing revenge porn.
By LINDSEY BAHR AP Film Writer With echoes of “Rebecca” and lavish Max Ophuls productions,
By later today, several hundred families in need will have received badly needed coats, hats, socks and gloves for their children along with book bags and other school supplies – the end of a two-day giveaway.
To encourage the students to live the lessons they learned from Seitz and his mother, the school will be implementing a “pay-it-forward” initiative through the use of sky-blue plastic bracelets.
Community members spoke before council for the second week straight, about Christmas light displays from this latest holiday season.
Claudia Hoerig, the primary suspect in the 2007 aggravated murder of her husband, was extradited from Brazil and returned to Trumbull County Wednesday. She will be arraigned at 10 a.m. today before Judge Andrew Logan in common pleas court.
Polka Dot Powerhouse members host local CPA
Amazon’s second home could be in an already tech-heavy city, such as Boston, New York or Austin, Texas. Or it could be in the Midwest, say, Indianapolis or Columbus, Ohio. Or the company could go outside the U.S. altogether and set up shop in Toronto.
Joining health expo YOUNGSTOWN The Youngstown/Warren Regional Chamber has announced that ONE
Editorial: Boardman is one of the largest townships in Ohio and, arguably, has reigned as the commercial heart
Opinion: By Jill Richardson Other Words We recently learned that Donald Trump referred to African nations
Today’s entertainment picks: v “Over the River and Through the Woods,” 7:30 p.m.: It’s opening
Editorial: Pittsbutgh Post-Gazette: City snow removal has become the subject of public angst once again, with
Opinion: By John L. MICEK Cagle Cartoons When it came to a recent column about President Donald Trump’s
Selected local stocks STOCK, DIVIDENDCLOSECHANGE Alcoa Inc., .1252.72-4.28 Aqua America, .71
ESPN hits top spot with college championship NEW YORK Here are prime-time viewership numbers
Djokovic pushing for rule changes on breaks
Associated Press TRENTON, N.J. Several major not-for-profit hospital groups are trying their own
MEN No. 2 Virginia 64, Georgia Tech 48 ATLANTA De’Andre Hunter scored 17 points and Virginia
Associated Press COLUMBUS Republican Gov. John Kasich created a statewide center Thursday to
Associated Press CORAOPOLIS, PA. President Donald Trump waded into a potentially risky race
Surplus food/clothing East Side Crime Watch, 1001 Oak St., corner of Fruit Street, Youngstown,
Associated Press DETROIT U.S. safety regulators have released models from 14 different
Quarterbacks coach replaces Haley
NOTICES BASEBALL Local 47-plus team — is looking for players for the upcoming 2018 season.
Associated Press COLUMBUS One of the nation’s largest online charter schools is closing abruptly
Associated Press DURHAM, N.C. Southerners shoveled, scraped and plowed their way Thursday out of
Jewish Center to host open house Sunday for Summer Camp yOUNGSTOWN The Jewish Community Center
Blue Jackets 2, Stars 1, SO COLUMBUS Artemi Panarin scored in the second round of a shootout,
nfl Playoffs Wild-card Jan. 6 Tennessee 22, Kansas City 21 Atlanta 26, Los Angeles Rams 13
Births St. Elizabeth Boardman Hospital Surety Golden and Markeith Grays, Youngstown, girl, Jan.
Associated Press WASHINGTON On the edge of a government shutdown, a divided House voted late
Donald Trump’s “opaque” business deals in the former Soviet Union, history of tax disputes and real-
Patriots host Jaguars on Sunday
associations American Association of University Women, Youngstown Branch, will meet at 10 a.m.
New Struthers councilmen, law director set goals for their terms
Ohio State back in AP Top 25 after 16-4 start
BOSTON Joel Embiid celebrated his first NBA All-Star selection with 26 points and matched a
FRS Parkman, a 16-bed detox and treatment center, opens Feb. 19
Run for court seat YOUNGSTOWN Anthony Donofrio, a Youngstown deputy law director, is running in
A county grand jury indicted these people on these charges Thursday: Brandon Jones, 26, McGuffey
Women’s forum set YOUNGSTOWN The City Club of the Mahoning Valley and the City Club of Cleveland
TENNESSEE TITANS Houston’s Mike Vrabel interviews for HC job NASHVILLE, TENN. The Tennessee
The parents of Samantha Farinelli of Boardman and Andy Parker of Austintown are announcing the
By ABBY SLANKER email@example.com Canfield Village Middle School Language Arts teacher
YOUNGSTOWN Nicole Pavlichich and Patrick Gessler, both of Canfield, were united in marriage Sept.
By ABBY SLANKER firstname.lastname@example.org Canfield Village Middle School’s seventh- and eighth-grade
Hundreds of area Cub Scouts will come together on Jan. 27 starting at 8:45 a.m. for competitions of
By ZACK SHIVELY email@example.com Austintown Middle School had a FIRST LEGO League competition
Monday Night Writers meeting Jan. 22 The next meeting of Monday Night Writers will be Jan. 22 from
Boardman Community Baseball registration Registration for Boardman Community Baseball will begin
By ZACK SHIVELY firstname.lastname@example.org A new program at Austintown Fitch High School takes students
By ZACK SHIVELY email@example.com Boardman Park invited families to St. James Church and the
BOARDMAN Ernest and Dorothy Vaupel of Boardman marked their 60th wedding anniversary with their
Boardman’s fifth- and seventh-grade bands performed their winter band concert at the Boardman Performing Arts Center in the high school on Jan. 10.
SALEM Eric Kennedy and Alexandra Ulbricht were united in marriage Nov. 11 at Salem Barn and Gazebo
Players from the Youngstown Phantoms junior ice hockey team read to children at the library on Jan. 9 as a part of a special celebrity story time program.
The Boardman High School swim and dive team recently completed their annual BTUB community service
By ZACK SHIVELY firstname.lastname@example.org The Boardman High School choir traveled to all four
Celebrate 100 years of Boardman’s award winning music, drama and arts This year, Boardman
Snowmen, reindeer and holiday cupcakes are some of the decorations one will see painted on the
Dec. 24 Breaking and entering: Surveillance footage reportedly captured someone wearing a dark
Fourth annual K of C Free Throw Championship set for Jan. 28 For the fourth year running, the Holy
Qualifiers from the Canfield High School swim and dive team competed on Dec. 16 in the 14th annual
Pasta dinner benefit to be Jan. 21 The Knights of Columbus #3930 will be sponsoring a benefit
By ZACK SHIVELY email@example.com The Austintown library transformed their meeting room into a
By ZACK SHIVELY firstname.lastname@example.org Austintown Fitch High School invited veterans who fought in
Canfield High School students in Tom Slaven’s chemistry classes celebrated the holidays with a little hands on science and a little fun on Dec. 22.
By ZACK SHIVELY email@example.com Poland Middle School’s fifth- and sixth-grade bands