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The scent of Greek foods galore permeate the air near St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church downtown, 220 N. Walnut St., for the annual four-day Greek ...
Stories published July 6, 2018
For the Fabulous Flashbacks, it’s all about fun.
Retaliatory tariffs from China could lead to a 59 percent decrease in Ohio farmers’ net income within six years, a group representing Ohio’s soybean industry says.
Police are investigating after a body was found.
A man arrested early New Year’s Day after a report of gunfire — who told police, “Everybody shoots on New Year’s Eve” — was sentenced Friday to 18 months in prison.
Greg Beule, 21, was arraigned today and is due back in court July 20 after police took three guns from him Thursday.
The Mahoning County OVI Task Force will be conducting an OVI checkpoint tonight from 10 to 2 a.m. Saturday at 4777 Mahoning Ave.
Detectives, coroner staff at North Side home
Youngstown cops investigating body found at Fairgreen Avenue home
Woman nabbed on possession of marijuana warrant
Ohio man who tried to help Islamic State gets 6-plus years
Trees falls onto vehicle, killing driver in Ohio
Shell subsidiary to pay $3.8 million for 2016 Gulf spill
In Supreme Court fight, Dems target 2 GOP Senate moderates
Trump administration seeks more time to reunite families
VP Pence defends ICE, rips Democrats
Singer Chris Brown arrested for felony battery in Florida
AP: US Army quietly discharging immigrant recruits
Man gets 18 months for firing gun on New Years Eve
Youngstown man faces domestic violence charge, guns taken
Pa. gas station worker killed when driver hits pump, sparks fire
Trump weighs 2 or 3 candidates for court, to meet with Pence
Summary of recent criminal activity in Poland and Boardman
Woman hit by car in Youngstown while trying to find stolen vehicle
Canfield lawyer will run for Mahoning County judge
Mahoning County Sheriff's Activity
Food, clothing giveaway Saturday on East Side
Train collides with van at Weathersfield railroad crossing
Warren police arrest convicted felon for raping 8-year-old
Firefighters respond to Warren house blaze
AP Exclusive: Washington hospital is 'like going into hell'
Fest & Car Show is Saturday on East Side
US adds a solid 213,000 jobs; unemployment up to 4 pct.
US-China trade battle kicks off; markets take it in stride
OSHP says 8 died in traffic crashes over holiday period
VA loses more than $1M worth of medical equipment
Former Thai navy SEAL is first casualty of rescue effort
The Mahoning Valley Scrappers and Batavia Muckdogs on Thursday spent more than three hours waiting
Despite the gloomy outlook, the district’s financial state isn’t as bleak as the forecast suggests.
Thursday: The Warren JFK grad shot a 65 to finish the first round of A Military Tribute at Greenbrier in a four-way tie for fifth place.
The case will now be heard in August.
The Senior Outreach Services group creates hand-made items to sell and donate.
Knightline is to play the Astros in the semifinal.
After five seasons with the Tampa Bay Lightning, defenseman Andrej Sustr has signed a one-year contract with the Colorado Avalanche on Thursday, the player announced on Instagram.
The project will cost $155,617.
Newsrooms across the country paused Thursday to observe a moment of silence for five employees of a Maryland newspaper who were killed a week ago in one of the deadliest attacks on journalists in U.S. history.
Mbappe wants to replicate another one of Henry’s accomplishments
Staff report STRUTHERS Selah Restaurant’s summer outdoor music series will begin next week with
‘The First Purge’ Grade: 2 stars (out of 4) Rating: R for for strong disturbing violence
Staff report COLUMBIANA “Honey and Locusts,” an all-new Christian comedy-drama, presented by
Multiple charges AUSTINTOWN A township woman faces charges of assaulting a police officer after
Simpson 9-under, leads at Greenbrier
A former Craig Beach police chief has been sentenced to five years in prison for receiving nude photos of a 16-year-old girl he met on the job.
Mahoning Valley auto sales were down 12.2 percent year-over-year in June. Auto dealers in the Valley sold 4,611 new and used vehicles, down 139 from 5,250 sold last June.
The scent of Greek foods galore permeate the air near St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church downtown, 220 N. Walnut St., for the annual four-day Greek Summerfest.
AUXILIARIES VFW Post 2799 Auxiliary will meet at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the post home, 3161 E. South
ODDLY ENOUGH Parks celebrate 150 years with pink-flamingo record BUFFALO, N.Y. Parks officials
Associated Press GREAT FALLS, Mont. In a campaign stop that was both political and personal,
Rain delays finale of city’s fireworks display YOUNGSTOWN A delay before the finale of the
Today’s entertainment picks: v St. Nicholas Greek Summerfest, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.: Fish dinners,
Associated Press NEW YORK An unrepentant protester who climbed the base of the Statue of Liberty
Associated Press BEIJING Chinese telecoms giant ZTE Corp.’s brush with death after Washington
The so-called Young Guns in danger of becoming The Next Big Bust
Associated Press MAE SAI, Thailand Thai authorities say a former navy SEAL working to rescue
Associated Press MONTPELIER, Vt. Vermont is hoping to place fewer young adults in the adult
By KANTELE FRANKO Associated Press COLUMBUS Many of the students enrolled in Ohio’s largest
Health network denies liability in Ohio fertility clinic lawsuits CLEVELAND A health care
Births St. Elizabeth boardman hospital Nathan and Brooklynn Chestnut, Salem, boy, July 4. ST.
Associated Press AMESBURY, England In this normally pleasant town of 10,000 residents a stone’s
Associated Press PHILADELPHIA For generations, children would play kickball, hide-and-seek and
The amount of money author Hunter S. Thompson offered to loan Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay if
Staff report YOUNGSTOWN The “Family Images” art show opening and reception will take place at 6
Associated Press TEHRAN, IRAN Iran’s representative to OPEC says U.S. President Donald Trump
Angels to host vaccine clinic CANFIELD Angels for Animals, 4750 W. South Range Road, will host a
Agenda Saturday Mahoning County Educational Service Center, 9 a.m., governing board, special
Only two of the top eight seeded women are still in the field after four days of action
Tropical Storm Beryl hits Atlantic MIAMI Tropical Storm Beryl has formed in the Atlantic, the
SUNDAY – SET UP DAY 1 p.m.: Harness racing, Grandstand MONDAY – SET UP DAY 5 p.m.: Harness
Associated Press CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. An Ohio man pleaded not guilty to federal hate-crime
A summary of recent criminal activity in Hubbard, Liberty and Girard
Today is Friday, July 6, the 187th day of 2018. There are 178 days left in the year. ASSOCIATED
Andrew Wheeler to step in as acting administrator Associated Press WASHINGTON Environmental
Victim was shot four times
Opinion: How much longer can Youngstown officials wait to take action needed to fix financial problems to
US levies tariffs on China Associated Press WASHINGTON The world’s two biggest economies have
AMERICAN LEAGUE Rangers 7, Tigers 5 DETROIT Joey Gallo and Ronald Guzman homered as the Texas
For years, Tejay van Garderen has been the United States’ best hope of winning the Tour de France
Associated Press WASHINGTON Federal Reserve officials last month said they expect to keep
Editorial: In the immortal words of The Lovin’ Spoonful’s 1966 rock ‘n’ roll classic, this weekend in
LPGA Kirk shoots 10-under for lead at Thornberry ONEIDA, WIS. Defending champion Katherine
Opinion: By Fizz Perkal OtherWords As someone who was born and raised in the border state of New Mexico,
Extra games can help
RENSSELAER, IND. David and JoEllen (Cercone) Kieffer of Boardman are announcing the engagement of
YOUNGSTOWN Rusty and Peggy Hutch of Youngstown are announcing the engagement of their son, Michael
BOARDMAN William and Mary Ann Huzicka of Boardman are announcing the engagement of their daughter,
AUSTINTOWN Robert and Karen Wilson of Austintown are announcing the engagement of their daughter,
AUSTINTOWN Mark and Jill Quigley of Austintown are announcing the engagement of their daughter,
“Closed After Dark” signs go up at Boardman Spartan Stadium New signs will be posted at Boardman
Neighbors wants summer sports news Sun and warmer days are here. Summer athletics have arrived and
By ZACK SHIVELY firstname.lastname@example.org The Boardman library invited adults to their building to
Garry and Kathy Boosinger of Poland and Steve and Nancy Schoenfeld of Canfield are announcing the
The Boardman library hosted a Rock out with the Green Team event on June 20.
By ZACK SHIVELY email@example.com The Austintown Farmers’ Market opened for their first
Neighbors wants summer sports news Sun and warmer days are here. Summer athletics have arrived and
June 23 Arrest: Police at an Operating a Vehicle Impaired checkpoint on South Avenue arrested
By ZACK SHIVELY firstname.lastname@example.org Stadium Drive Elementary hosted a large STEM event for the
By ZACK SHIVELY email@example.com The Boardman library hosted a book folding program for
By ZACK SHIVELY firstname.lastname@example.org Mill Creek MetroParks hosted a story time for young
The last week of school brought a big surprise for two Boardman fourth-graders – a brand new
The city hosted its annual Celebrate Poland event from June 29-30 at Village Hall.
During a special board meeting on May 31, the Austintown Board of Education approved to appoint Ryan
Junior Achievement of Mahoning Valley wrapped up the 2017-2018 school year by teaching 132 first-
By ZACK SHIVELY email@example.com Dobbins Elementary School celebrated their school year
By ABBY SLANKER firstname.lastname@example.org Families, friends, students, community members and art
Immaculate Heart of Mary hosts vacation Bible school Immaculate Heart of Mary is hosting a
Knitting guild to meet on July 10 The Western Reserve Knitting Guild will meet on July 10 at 7
Library takes requests for proposals for operation of caf in Poland library The Public Library
Second Grade High Honor Roll Hebah Arida Noah Belgin Evan Cunningham Gavin Gonzalez
C.H. Campbell Elementary School fourth-grade students celebrated the end of their time at the school during their Fourth Grade Picnic at Fair Park on June 5.
By ZACK SHIVELY email@example.com Mill Creek MetroParks hosted a story time for young children
Austintown library looked to teach children about the science of water at their Explore Water All Around Us event on June 27.
By JESSICA HARKER firstname.lastname@example.org On June 18, local high school students put on their
By ZACK SHIVELY email@example.com The students at West Boulevard Elementary celebrated the