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Stories published July 28, 2018
Giant Eagle at 4700 Belmont Ave. was evacuated for over an hour today while authorities searched the store after a bomb threat.
A Salem woman was killed and a Ravenna man seriously injured in a two-vehicle crash Friday afternoon at the intersection of Georgetown Road and Westville Lake Road in Knox Township in Columbiana County.
Changing tactics can land finicky fish.
New Albany held on 9-8 to win the 12-U state title.
Tyler Kirlik is one of the youngest players in Boardman’s 12-U all-star team, but he proved he can be trusted in a clutch situation.
Federal lawmakers help cut the ribbon for the new firing range.
Removing the dams would provide many benefits to the community, officials said. “It’ll be a free-flowing river, making it a recreational river,” said Jim Kinnick, Eastgate executive director.
The Longhorns have to win just once on Saturday to claim a berth in the PONY Palomino World Series.
“Arthur” author and illustrator Marc Brown met some of his bosses Friday morning at a breakfast event at Stambaugh Auditorium.
Francisco Lindor hit two of Cleveland’s four home runs.
The Mahoning County Coroner’s office is investigating the early Friday shooting death of Jason C. Drummond Jr., 24, on Warren-Sharon Road just west of Brookfield Avenue.
The Mahoning Valley Scrappers’ series opener against the Aberdeen Ironbirds was rained out on Friday night.
A 17-year-old boy of Austin Avenue Northwest is looking at a possible inducing panic charge in Trumbull County Juvenile Court after he “pranked” a woman Thursday night into thinking he and a 4-year-old had been kidnapped.
The Browns believe 21-year-old Denzel Ward is ready for the weekly challenge of covering elite wide receivers.
Police officer Tim Parana said he “made a mistake of getting out of the car” at his girfriend’s ex-husband’s house in February and having a confrontation with him.
By LINDSEY BAHR AP Film Writer LOS ANGELES In previous “Mission: Impossible” movies, action
Jessica Oracio is in the Trumbull County jail for 150 days.
All sale proceeds will go to the Ford Nature Center Redevelopment Project.
In an Associated Press report published Friday, some industry analysts said General Motors might consider closing the Lordstown plant to offset challenges such as slow car sales.
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David Freese homered in going 3 for 3 with two walks.
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Bridge near Indian Trail entrance to Poland woods closed indefinitely.
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Associated Press HOUSTON As the U.S. government said it had reunited every immigrant family it
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Scott Dixon is in a good spot both mentally and in the IndyCar Series standings.
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Surplus food/clothing Temple Emmanuel Seventh-Day Adventist Church,108 W. Indianola, Youngstown,
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