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Stories published January 31, 2018
Everyday use of portable smart devices continues to grow, so the technology’s presence in the classroom will follow suit. In Pete Graff’s art classes at Canfield High School, tablets and shared cloud storage have been integrated into his day-to-day lessons.
The Ohio Supreme Court will hear an appeal in a case of a Girard man accused of cruelty to animals.
When President Donald Trump called for a $1.5 trillion infrastructure investment in his State of the Union address, he didn't pledge that the federal government actually would provide that much money for roads, bridges, rail and waterways.
In a remarkably public clash of wills with the White House, the FBI declared Wednesday it has "grave concerns" about the accuracy of a classified memo on the Russia election investigation that President Donald Trump wants released.
City officials aim to use the former 27.5-acre Ohio Leatherworks property off North State Street, acquired in 2013, for bike trails to encourage an active lifestyle and bring more visitors to the city.
A man who pleaded guilty in December to hitting his friend in the head with a baseball bat while his friend was asleep was sentenced Wednesday to time served in Mahoning County Common Pleas Court.
Trump infrastructure plan seeks to shift burden to states
Schiavoni trails other gubernatorial candidates in money raised
Rose McGowan to Harvey Weinstein: There was no consent
Facebook's 'fixes'- meaningful or just skin deep?
A summary of recent criminal activity in Poland and Boardman townships
McKinney withdraws mayoral election complaint
US prosecutors won't retry Menendez on corruption charges
Woman pleads guilty to $200K theft from employer
Train carrying GOP lawmakers hits truck, 1 on truck killed
Spectrum switch to digital caught some cable subscribers by surprise
Ex-baseball player Oscar Gamble dies of tumor at age 68
Trey Gowdy, former chairman of Benghazi panel, to retire
If you’re like me and love being outside working in your garden, this cold weather can be a bit depressing.
Porn star denies affair with Trump
Warren woman found dead in Columbus apartment
Food sales and dinners around the Valley.
3 arrested in Boardman, drugs, drug paraphernalia found
US Sen. Sherrod Brown bill to help vets passes Senate
Mahoning County Sheriff's Activity
Girard animal-cruelty case headed to Ohio Supreme Court
Popular Austintown bar has a closed sign on its front door
Court sides with Philadelphia in taxi companies’ lawsuit
Columbus apartment fire forces residents to leap from windows
Abuse victims return for Nassar's final sentencing hearing
Trump to discuss recent tax cuts during session with workers
2 arrested in YPD vice raids
Man gets prison term in 2013 Pa. death
Hillary Clinton expresses regret over not firing adviser
CDC director resigns over financial conflicts
US pending home sales rose 0.5 percent in December
Fox gets Thursday night football for 5 years
Okla. prison escapee fatally shot by law officers
Schiff says Russia memo doesn't vindicate Trump
Ohio authorities say high school student fatally shot
Trump signs order to keep Guantanamo Bay prison open
Pa. teacher apologizes for Hillary Clinton spelling in letter
Ex-treasurer pleads guilty to theft from Ohio firefighters union
Sojourn to the Past will sponsor a spaghetti dinner from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 4
Prosecutor: Ohio man wrapped woman’s face with tape to quiet her
US companies added healthy 234,000 jobs in January
Having nothing in place of prayer during any school-sponsored event is the best course of action for West Branch Schools, Freedom From Religion Foundation’s legal director says
Canfield rolls past Boardman
Muhammad leads East with 19 points
Amer “Al” Adi Othman is with his 90-year-old mother again in Jordan. But he had to leave his wife and daughters behind.
Harding collapses down the stretch at Fitch
“Life’s about choices,” he said. “I ran around with a crowd that didn’t make the same choices that I did. I was always lucky enough, or I think I feared my mom enough not to do what they did,” he said. “They’d go one way. I’d go the other way.”
Square led Eagles with 25 points
A protective suit, nitrile gloves and dust mask are solutions for keeping law enforcement officers safe when confronted with deadly opiates such as fentanyl or carfentanil.
Pharmacy board: Ernest Perrin diluted intravenous antibiotic drugs while working at a Boardman pharmacy
BOYS BASKETBALL South Range 36, Ursuline 35, OT BEAVER TOWNSHIP Mike Cunningham had 12 points
Kovachik said she stole from a friend with dementia to fuel her gambling addiction.
Fake news is bad. Thankfully, snopes.com and similar sites identify fake news for us, but only
By SANDY COHEN Associated Press LOS ANGELES Jordan Peele has been dreaming of his Oscar moment
The visit is part of three-day, three-city tour
Nancy and Mike Moschella just had to have the historic home in the 100 block of Washington Boulevard.
A Bristolville man is going to prison for robberies
President Donald Trump pauses as he delivers his first State of the Union address in the House chamber of the U.S. Capitol to a joint session of Congress Tuesday in Washington. Vice President Mike Pence, left, and House Speaker Paul Ryan applaud.
Love suffers injury in loss to Pistons
McKinney hearing YOUNGSTOWN The first hearing in Sean McKinney’s election-fraud lawsuit has been
Associated Press The goal is impressive: Hammer out a legal deal that starts guiding the nation
Associated Press MOSCOW Russian President Vladimir Putin described a list of his country’s
Chelsea Morris told police she would arrange a ride home from work
Associated Press WASHINGTON The White House said Tuesday it will conduct a legal and national
Births St. Elizabeth boardman HOSPITAL Heather and Andrew Dawson, Edinburg, Pa., girl, Dec. 30.
Associated Press Amazon is diving into health care, teaming up with Warren Buffett’s Berkshire
McCourty says anthem protests have inspired dialogue
Family Features When hosting a game-day party, you’d think the focus would be on the score or the
Opinion: By Gene Lyons Andrews McMeel Syndication If the recent brief government shutdown accomplished
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Editorial: Youngstown Mayor Jamael Tito Brown mixed business with pleasure Saturday night at his inaugural gala
Opinion: By Will Durst Cagle Cartoons It’s been quite a year, the exact reverse of that whole “time flies
Today is Wednesday, Jan. 31, the 31st day of 2018. There are 334 days left in the year. ASSOCIATED
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Malkin scores 3 for Penguins
Tate leads Ohio State with 16
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January auto sales could increase by 1 percent year over year with 1.15 million sales, Cox Automotive analysts say.
Club donates to National McKinley Birthplace Memorial
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By JENNIFER PELTZ Associated Press NEW YORK It was a fraction of a second that jolted
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Trump warns of immigration dangers Associated Press WASHINGTON Addressing a deeply divided