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The company is seeking a tax abatement from city council today
Stories published July 31, 2018
A vehicle was recovered from a pond at Warren’s Quinby Park, 309 Austin Ave. S.W., but divers no one in the car or water or anything else to suggest foul play, according to the Trumbull County 911 Center.
Mark Anthony envisions positioning himself to be an engineer one day, but for now, the 11-year-old is content to study the seven chromatic slide positions on his trombone.
Youngstown council approves settlement with worker who sued to keep her job
Canfield City Council will have a special meeting at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday in city hall to discuss proposed charter amendments for the ballot.
In a 32-page document, prosecutors in the murder case against Sean Clemens of Liberty defended the work of police officers in the collection of evidence and protection of Clemens’ rights on the day he was arrested.
Police say two men conned hundreds of dollars off people through illegal gambling in a “gaming trailer.”
Facebook elevated concerns about election interference today, announcing that it had uncovered “sophisticated” efforts, possibly linked to Russia, to manipulate U.S. politics and by extension the upcoming midterm elections.
An Aeromexico jetliner crashed while taking off during a severe storm in northern Mexico today, smacking down in a field nearly intact before catching fire, though officials said it appeared everyone on board escaped the flames.
The event is a partnership between the ICU Blockwatch, and the Youngstown Neighborhood Development Corp.
A federal judge in Seattle issued a temporary restraining order Tuesday to stop the release of blueprints to make untraceable and undetectable 3D-printed plastic guns, saying they could end up in the wrong hands.
An Aeromexico airliner crashed after taking off in the northern state of Durango on Tuesday, but the state’s governor said there were no deaths in the accident.
WRTA trustee board meets Wednesday
Special prosecutor appointed to handle accident involving Trumbull 911 director
Crestview special school board meeting is Wednesday
John Zehentbauer named new superintendent of MCCTC
Facebook finds 'sophisticated' efforts to disrupt elections
IS claims Tajikistan attack that killed 4 foreign cyclists
Man gets up to 20 years for near-fatal stabbing of Pa. student
MANAFORT TRIAL | Jury seated in Manafort trial
Police: 14-year-old Ohio boy found fatally shot in parking lot
Immigration officials defend handling of family separations
Greater Youngstown Italian Fest in downtown will close roads
WWE's NXT stars come to Packard hall Sept. 8
Trump 'looking into' 3-D guns issue
Polluting parts force US recall of half-million trucks
East High School All Alumni Reunion Picnic is Saturday
Alex Trebek can see life without 'Jeopardy'
Police investigate after body found in Woodford Avenue house
Strange Girard burglary rearranges taxidermy critters
Three teens face charges after van stolen Monday
Mom charged with endangering kids after OVI charge
Mahoning County Sheriff's Activity
ODOT to close I-680/South Avenue southbound ramp on Thursday night
State welfare shutdown will impact new benefits in August
Cops: Cocaine, car and kid don't mix
Girard cops shut down gambling trailer after players complain
City announces hiring of 4 new police officers
Candidate Sutton speaking in Warren about health care
David’s Bridal offering to help bridal parties affected by closure of Sharon shop
Liberty fire department has busy morning
Transit authority to discuss executive director search
Warren teens in stolen Cadillac run from cops, are jailed
Battle over Lordstown gas plants closer to resolution
Investigators probe cause of major house blaze in Boardman
Free Indeed Prison Ministries will host opioid awareness event at Youngstown church.
Coroner’s office says Trumbull overdose deaths spiked this month
The company is seeking a tax abatement from city council today
Austintown Fitch Class of 1978 reunion committee has extended the reservation deadline to Aug. 15.
Associated Press COLUMBUS Gov. John Kasich has finished dealing with executions for the
Opinion: By Georgie Anne Geyer Andrews McMeel Syndication WASHINGTON Do you want your child fighting
ODDLY ENOUGH Bicyclist versus lift bridge: What could go wrong? MENASHA, Wis. Police say a
The Williamsport first baseman drove in three runs to beat Mahoning Valley.
Nine will race for $500,000 prize on Saturday at Mountaineer
Editorial: In Saturday’s edition of The Vindicator, there were two stories that are directly tied to the
Associated Press WASHINGTON Two political outsiders, President Donald Trump and Italy’s new
Associated Press PUTRAJAYA, Malaysia A Malaysian-led independent investigation report released
Garver’s RBI double defeats Indians
The nine-horse field for Saturday’s race (Race 8 for 3-year-olds) at Mountaineer Casino, Racetrack &
NBA star’s foundation supports new I Promise School in Akron
new york jets Darnold ends holdout, signs rookie deal florham park, n.j. The New York Jets
He replaces Hyde who is now in Cleveland
Frost loses rings, memorabilia in theft LINCOLN, Neb. Burglars entered the unlocked garage at
Nationals’ Turner also issued an apology
Associated Press WASHINGTON U.S. companies seeking to be exempted from President Donald Trump’s
LATEST LINE NFL Thursday Hall of Fame Game Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium, Canton
Today is Tuesday, July 31, the 212th day of 2018. There are 153 days left in the year. ASSOCIATED
ALDI to host hiring event YOUNGSTOWN ALDI will host a one-day hiring event for all store
Births St. Elizabeth boardman hospital Rich and Michelle Paxson, East Palestine, boy, July 27.
Fetus found in garage WARREN Police are investigating after finding a dead, near-term fetus in
Trustees discuss interim police chief, road levy Monday night.
McDonald’s celebrates hamburger’s 1968 launch By CANDICE CHOI AP Food Industry Writer NEW YORK
Bond set at 20k
Agenda Wednesday Brookfield school board, 5:30 p.m., special meeting, school auditorium, 614
Judge allows Hoerig defense team until Friday to find expert witness
Capt. Robert Massucci of the Warren Police Department said they believe it is Hughley because of the circumstances
Associated Press NEW YORK The next writer to take a close look at the Trump presidency: Bob
Township trustees approved have put a police levy back on the ballot for November
Not guilty plea WARREN Tara M. Rutherford, 29, of Robert Avenue Northwest, pleaded not guilty
The mission of Mercy Health has remained steadfast since the Sisters of the Humility of Mary began
Jury selection begins today Associated Press WASHINGTON The trial of President Donald Trump’s
Parent arrested for child endangering after 3-year-old found wandering neighborhood.
Dr. Daniel Smith joins ACH pediatrics area AKRON A developmental-behavioral pediatrician, Dr.
The top five songs on the iTunes charts for the most recent one-week sales period: v “In My
Opinion: By Michael Reagan Cagle Cartoons If a liberal like Jesse Jackson went on CNN and accused my