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When Sugarland decided to return from its five-year hiatus, it knew it had to go big.
The second floor of Youngstown’s city hall has been vacant for about 21⁄2 months. Mayor Jamael Tito Brown says he is working to move some ...
Stories published July 12, 2018
It was Dave Matanin’s dream to own a restaurant and bar, and with the opening of Matanin’s Eagle Grille and Tavern on 29 N. Main St. that dream has become a reality.
Plans to bring Italian restaurant YOSTERIA to the DoubleTree by Hilton hotel downtown are no more.
Lake Erie forecast is for smaller, significant algae bloom
Marshals arrest one of two men sought in fatal shooting
East Palestine superintendent named to top ESC post
The sixth qualifier of the Greatest Golfer of the Valley junior series teed off today at Tam O’Shanter Golf Course in Hermitage.
Warrants issued for suspect in Sunday shooting
Report says fire at Market Street building was arson
Mahoning County Sheriff's Activity
Two men charged with damaging Warren laundromat
DNA tests have confirmed that remains found in an unmarked grave in Cleveland belong to a 17-year-old girl who went missing 44 years ago.
It was no secret that a team doctor now being investigated for sexually abusing male athletes decades ago at Ohio State University liked to linger in the showers alongside those athletes.
The federal government has reopened its investigation into the slaying of Emmett Till
Pair face charges after early moring traffic stop
Construction shouldn't be prohibited in lava zones without compensating property owners for the lost use of their lands, Big Island Mayor Harry Kim said.
A female western lowland gorilla is making her debut at the Los Angeles Zoo.
Officials seek public's help in locating pair sought in June 20 shooting death
The Trump administration says all eligible small children separated from their families as a result of its zero-tolerance immigration policy have been reunited with their parents.
In a chaotic 28 hours at NATO, President Donald Trump disparaged longtime allies, cast doubt on his commitment to the mutual-defense organization and sent the 29-member pact into frenzied emergency session.
The topiary works of local artist Mike Gibson are now on display at Fellows Riverside Gardens, 123 McKinley Ave., on the West Side.
A South Carolina man who installed ATMs for a bank has been arrested and charged with taking almost $16,000 from the machines.
Charges against Stormy Daniels dropped hours after arrest
Papa John's founder John Schnatter has resigned as chairman of the board.
Ohio Department of Education report found one of its local charter schools out of compliance with state laws
Jose Ramirez is skipping the Home Run Derby. He’s not missing much else right now.
The wife of Trish Nuskievicz asked that Trumbull County commissioners “put a stop” to the bullying and retaliation she says has been directed by the county engineer’s office toward the planning commission’s executive director.
Canfield’s Drew Snyder said his team’s loss to Boardman on Tuesday delivered a major wakeup call.
Youngstown State’s football team has taken a blow on defense.
A cooperative effort that delivered eyeglasses to students resulted in higher attendance, a lower discipline rate and better test performance.
The family of Amy Huffman, who was hit by a truck as she walked along state Route 193 in Liberty Township on Jan. 28, 2015, has settled a wrongful-death suit for $90,000, of which five family members will split $65,000.
Dave Blaney helps his son Ryan whenever he can on the NASCAR circuit.
Canfield’s Stein commits to Ohio State Canfield Canfield senior Tyler Stein will continue his
The port authority also moved forward with development of the Harshman Building, downtown Youngstown.
When Sugarland decided to return from its five-year hiatus, it knew it had to go big.
The Rust Belt Theater Company will bring back its bawdy musical revue “Forbidden Youngstown” for six performances, beginning this Friday.
Imagine: It’s a beautiful summer day, the birds are chirping, the leaves are gently swaying, and your garden is growing right on schedule.
Prosecutors say the victims are two of his relatives.
‘skyscraper’ Grade: 2 and a half stars (out of 4) Rating: PG-13 for sequences of gun violence
Shane Mauss didn’t set out to become known as the psychedelics comedian.
He was taken to the Trumbull County Juvenile Justice Center.
The engineer also announced two upcoming road work projects, and commissioners noted Saturday's tire recycling at Canfield Fairgrounds.
Girl turned out to be an undercover police officer
The second floor of Youngstown’s city hall has been vacant for about 21⁄2 months. Mayor Jamael Tito Brown says he is working to move some city departments, most notably police department units, to the space.
Valley railroad group to host open house YOUNGSTOWN The Mahoning Valley Railroad Heritage
Staff report YOUNGSTOWN A fire of unknown origin caused severe damage to a vacant two-story
Associated Press WASHINGTON President Donald Trump’s jailed former campaign chairman, Paul
Alex Cherney is facing charges of reckless homicide and child endangering
School board to appeal decision about HB 70 YOUNGSTOWN Youngstown Board of Education will appeal
AMERICAN LEAGUE Twins 8, Royals 5 MINNEAPOLIS Brian Dozier hit a two-run home run, going deep
Associated Press MUNICH A German court found the main defendant guilty on Wednesday in a string
Pacman Jones attacked by employee at airport ATLANTA Police say former Cincinnati Bengals
Nutrition experts are constantly encouraging all of us to eat more vegetables. People who eat the
Don’t kill the trees! Volcano mulching is devastating to trees. The base of the tree should widen
Associated Press SAN DIEGO Immigrant parents who reveled after joyful reunions with their young
Agenda Friday Mathews school board, 6 p.m., special meeting, board office, 4096 Cadwallader Sonk
Grape black rot This is the most devastating disease of grapes. Fruit will dry up like raisins by
Q. My dogwood is dying. I know I should not have built a flower bed around it. One stem is dead and
By Pam Baytos OSU master gardener volunteer Don’t hate Bambi; well, at least try not to. Before
ODDLY ENOUGH Margarita-loving bear takes a dip in hot tub Mark Hough had barely taken a sip of
Today is Thursday, July 12, the 193rd day of 2018. There are 172 days left in the year. ASSOCIATED
Totally Tomatoes! When: Monday, 10 a.m.-noon. What: Join Eric Barrett to learn all about growing
Mario Mandzukic got the go-ahead goal in the 109th and Croatia shocked England.
Junior Soto homered twice late as Staten Island beat Mahoning Valley, 5-1.
Associated Press Decades ago, hundreds of nuns and priests made an extraordinary decision: They
Births St. Elizabeth boardman hospital Daniel and Alicia Smith, Youngstown, boy, July 10.
Starling Marte hit a two-run home run and Trevor Williams combined with four relievers on a five-hitter.
Selected local stocks STOCK, DIVIDENDCLOSECHANGE Alcoa Inc., 48.100.22 Aqua America, .20
Editorial: It would be the height of naivet to believe that Republican President Donald Trump and the GOP
Woven portraits of local citizens in exhibit at Arms YOUNGSTOWN A new exhibit of woven portraits
Roger Federer was a point away from a rather tidy, straight-set victory.
Racino revenue up AUSTINTOWN Hollywood Gaming at Mahoning Valley Race Course reported slot-
Opinion: By Mitchell Zimmerman OtherWords What goes around comes around. This familiar phrase explains
Thursday Comedy Shane Mauss, 9 p.m., West Side Bowl, 2617 Mahoning Ave., Youngstown;
Associated Press NEW YORK Papa John’s founder John Schnatter has resigned as chairman of the
CD RATES The table shows the annual percentage yield as of Wednesday. All yields given in percent.
Associated Press BRUSSELS Under fire for his warm embrace of Russia’s Vladimir Putin, President
“The Four” (8 p.m., Fox): This week, a new set of determined challengers face-off against the four
American Legion Post 737‚ö 16465 Milton Ave., Lake Milton; 330-654-5630 Fri: The D.T.’s, 7:30 p.m.
Associated Press BEIJING China’s government vowed Wednesday to take “firm and forceful measures”
Now in its second year, Fiction Forest is looking like it will have staying power.
Staff report HOWLAND Oscar, the singing dog owned by Pam Baker of Howland, is once again
Associated Press MAE SAI, Thailand As ecstatic relatives watched and waved from behind a glass
NEW THIS WEEK Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation (PG) While on a vacation with his family,
Opinion: WASHINGTON The president, who might not be fully acquainted with the pertinent Supreme Court case