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An old favorite will get a fresh presentation at a new venue when Millennial Theatre Company presents “Jesus Christ Superstar” at Crestview High School’s performing ...
GM now expects 2018 per-share profits of $5.14, down from $6. It cited “recent and significant increases in commodity costs” along with unfavorable currency exchange ...
Stories published July 26, 2018
FirstEnergy reported more than 2,000 Trumbull County customers are without power after thunderstorms, hail, rain and wind came through the area this afternoon and night.
Angie Bucher vividly recalled that after getting Oliver, the sweet-natured, obedient German shepherd mix was suffering from heartworm, was filthy and had clumps of matted hair.
Greatest Golfer's 2017 Ladies Open champ, Katie Rogner, is set to return to defend her title in the 2018 Greatest event.
Bling Bridal Boutique announced on its Facebook page tonight that the store is filing for bankruptcy and “no items will be delivered.”
TRIO, a local service, provides support for college-seeking students.
Police say two men were held against their will and doused with gasoline by three people at a house in the 300 block of Mansell Drive.
Iowa Democratic fundraiser that has been a frequent stop for those seeking the presidential nomination
Competency hearing sought in terrorist support case
Twitter shares fell Thursday after President Donald Trump said in a tweet the company was limiting visibility of prominent Republicans and said he was going to look into the matter.
House Speaker Paul Ryan spoke out against an effort by a small group of conservatives to impeach Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein on Thursday, dooming the endeavor for now and easing a months-long standoff between House Republicans and the Justice Department.
Man dies in Hawaii shootout with police; officer wounded
Shooting outside Cleveland bar leaves 7 men injured, 3 critically
Grewal, who wears a turban and full beard, took to Twitter on Thursday morning to call for an end to “small-minded intolerance.” The Sikh Coalition, a New York-based advocacy group, said the visible markers of the faith — unshorn hair and turbans — have long made Sikhs a target for bigotry and hate crimes.
Court: Starbucks, others must pay workers for off clock work
Texas company cleared to put 3-D-printed gun designs online
Ceremony honoring men killed in Korean War is Sunday
Report: China, Russia and Iran conduct economic spying on US
DHS watchdog will review separations at border
Trump: US to impose sanctions on Turkey over detained pastor
Youngstown man faces drug charges after arrest on East Side
Youngstown South Side woman faces child-endangering charge
Death of elderly Pa. robbery victim found in pond was a homicide
$10K grant expands programming for kids through
Tennessee officers fatally shoot man; wife found dead
UK relaxes health rules to allow cannabis-based medicines
Ohio attorney general files suit against Youngstown construction company
Trump to have Pennsylvania rally, stump for GOP’s Barletta
Court strikes blow to nuns’ pipeline fight in Pa.
Injured trucker won’t face trial in Ohio crash that killed 3
MMA star Conor McGregor pleads guilty in melee case
Pittsburgh Zoo to introduce 6 baby beavers
Mahoning County Sheriff's Activity
Competency hearing sought in Ohio terrorist support case
US, EU first to tackle steel, aluminum tariffs
Police: Ohio woman chokes man with phone cord; man dies
White House bars CNN correspondent from open press event
11 House Republicans seek impeachment of DOJ's Rosenstein
Fellows Riverside Gardens closed Friday for fundraiser
A summary of recent criminal activity in Poland and Boardman townships
Police say explosion outside US Embassy caused by small device wielded by 26-year-old man who was injured.
Hosea Nelson hit over .400 with two home runs and nine RBIs during the Scrappers’ recent six-game road trip .
Several women said they are considering legal action against Bling Bridal Boutique.
Atty. Marc Dann says the state is specific that camera warning signs are required in order to use the cameras, but some law directors are at odds over whether tthe order to remove the signs means they can’t have cameras at all on the highways. .
Rival swimmers from Boardman Tennis and Swim Club and the Applwood Swim Club met Wednesday.
Concerns from local animal-rights activists about problems at the Mahoning County dog shelter were aired and resolved during a Wednesday meeting.
Gordon’s absence creates huge vacancy at WR
Residents and trustees worry the proposed injection well could cause earthquakes and possibly contaminate drinking water and soil.
Dallas owner won’t allow protestors to stay in locker room.
An argument between two men Tuesday night over President Donald Trump turned into a confrontation with a shotgun – and the gunman being injured as the other man took the gun away.
IF YOU GO What: “Wine and Dine with Patsy Cline” When: 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday (doors open
‘Mission: Impossible – Fallout’ Grade: 3 stars (out of 4) Rating: PG-13 Running time: 2:27
At least one local juvenile was victimized in a child pornography case in Austintown, said an Ohio Attorney General’s office spokeswoman
An old favorite will get a fresh presentation at a new venue when Millennial Theatre Company presents “Jesus Christ Superstar” at Crestview High School’s performing arts center this weekend and next.
He resigned Tuesday after the video began circulating on Twitter
East and Chaney high schools are getting new principals.
Ryan bills target debts for college education YOUNGSTOWN U.S. Rep. Tim Ryan is co-sponsoring
Warren Council authorizes mayor to transfer two properties to port authority
Parent company of Vallourec Star reported increases in Q2 and in first half of 2018
Prosecutors site Marsy’s Law in asking judge to keep Hoerig trial date intact
She’s among five candidates to submit nominating petitions for the job
GM now expects 2018 per-share profits of $5.14, down from $6. It cited “recent and significant increases in commodity costs” along with unfavorable currency exchange rates.
Today is Thursday, July 26, the 207th day of 2018. There are 158 days left in the year. ASSOCIATED
By Carol E. SMITH OSU Ext. master gardener volunteer Out and about one day, I spotted a sign in
Q. What is wrong with my oak trees? I have leaves that are dropping to the ground! Patrick from
“Cosmos” is the Greek word for harmony or an ordered universe.
Jury could not reach verdict first time defendant was tried
Pepper problems? From picking off early blooms to waiting to fertilize until fruit is visible on
Agenda Friday Poland Township trustees, 9 a.m., special meeting, administration building, 3339
The opioid crisis has captured headlines and news broadcasts for the past few years. This is hardly
Birding 101: Habitat When: Saturday, 8-10 a.m. What: Join naturalist Nick Parish to discover the
Staff report YOUNGSTOWN The Autism Society of Mahoning Valley recently received a $10,000 grant
ODDLY ENOUGH Man arrested after trying to pull over troopers PHOENIX Arizona authorities say a
NEW THIS WEEK Mission: Impossible-Fallout (PG-13) sss Ethan Hunt and his IMF team, along with
The long-closed Robins Theatre in downtown Warren doesn’t look like much from the outside.
Thursday Comedy Comedians of Local Interest, 8 p.m., Calvin Center, 755 Mahoning Ave.,
Boardman man tells police, “My mom tried to kill me.”
Apollo Maennerchor Club, 391 Dock St., Sharon, Pa. Tue: Steve Vuich, 7 p.m. Barrel33, 8208 E.
YSU Penguins are recruiting participants YOUNGSTOWN Youngstown State University’s Team Penguins
Slow-release fertilizers While they are efficient for home gardeners, they can be expensive. Be
Documentary puts focus on Valley rock band the BreezeWay SALEM The first installment of a
Huntington income COLUMBUS Huntington Bank reported second-quarter net income rose of $355
OTHER DEVELOPMENTS A group of 11 House Republicans on Wednesday introduced articles of impeachment
Associated Press Students who are defrauded by their schools would have a harder time getting
Associated Press WASHINGTON The Trump administration Wednesday sought to fend off accusations
PONY PALOMINO EAST ZONE (Winner advances to Palomino World Series in Laredo, Texas Teams — Baird
Associated Press WASHINGTON The chief of the Homeland Security Department has told members of
TARIFF TRAUMA Steel, aluminum costs alarm automakers; trade talks go on Associated Press A
Cleveland ends Pittsburgh’s 11-game streak
Staff/wire reports WASHINGTON The sudden public airing of Donald Trump talking about paying for
Births St. Elizabeth boardman hospital Shawn and Sharrie Pelo, Warren, boy, July 24. Nicholas
City police find runaway teenager YOUNGSTOWN City police have found a 15-year-old boy who ran
Opinion: WASHINGTON If you are not collateral damage in the escalating trade wars, the bulletins from the
Nelson, Tinsley drive in runs in 2-1 victory
The theatrics came from all the usual suspects. So did the silence.
Opinion: By Jill Richardson OtherWords The Trump administration accidentally released documents showing
Williams decries testing ’discrimination’ Serena Williams has complained on social media that it’s
CD RATES The table shows the annual percentage yield as of Wednesday. All yields given in percent.
Selected local stocks STOCK, DIVIDENDCLOSECHANGE Alcoa Inc., 42.970.48 Aqua America, .20
Editorial: The Ohio Democratic Party is circulating a video clip of Chairman David Pepper and others
CB Richard Sherman pronounced himself 100 percent when he reported to camp Wednesday and will take part in the team’s first practice today.
Former Ohio State cornerback grew up near Cleveland
Associated Press SAN JOSE, Calif. California Lottery officials handed over a symbolic $1 million