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Brian While, left, and Amanda Hugli stand near a pop-up library at Akiva Academy at the Jewish Community Center in Youngstown. The library is made ...
Stories published June 30, 2018
The blazing hot weather didn’t deter families from enjoying fair food and rides at the McDonald Fire Department 85th Annual Homecoming Festival Saturday.
If Saturday’s temperature in the low 90s and complementary humidity weren’t enough to convince you that summer is here to stay for a while, then perhaps standing close to a large grill and watching Clifford Mortimer prepare a slab of lean St. Louis spare ribs will seal the deal.
The move will end overtime at the department, the fire chief says.
LeBron James made the first move. Now what?
There was at least a trace of rain on 18 days
The Girard native earned four titles at the recent National Physique Committee-Tampa Bay Classic.
Freeman extends hitting streak to 10
Struthers man sworn in as newest full-time police officer
The civil suit has been resolved through a settlement.
Ronaldo tops AP’s selections
A "career criminal" caught on surveillance video stealing the purse from a probation officer’s office in Warren Municipal Court Monday remains in the Trumbull County jail after being arraigned in that same court Friday.
Woods remains in the hunt
Mark J. Donaldson, 19, was involved in a head-on crash that killed a Howland woman last year.
By JOHN CARUCCI Associated Press NEW YORK “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee” cruises into its
Associated Press LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. For children of the mid-1990s, Disney’s new Toy Story
Thirteen area organizations received grants totaling $928,553.
Youngstown State University has settled a lawsuit filed by a former employee who claims that he was fired because he is a Muslim, according to federal court records, according to 21 WFMJ-TV, The Vindicator’s broadcast partner.
Brian While, left, and Amanda Hugli stand near a pop-up library at Akiva Academy at the Jewish Community Center in Youngstown. The library is made up of donated books from Brian’s late wife, former academy teacher Christina While.
Opinion: By Jill Richardson OtherWords Over the past few weeks, the news has been wall-to-wall coverage
Opinion: This year marks the 30th anniversary of the beginning of the “global warming” (now known as “climate
Opinion: WASHINGTON As many conservatives saw it, Justice Anthony Kennedy’s 1988 ascent to the nation’s
Editorial: In solidarity with our colleagues at The Capital Gazette and in memory of the four journalists and
Associated Press ANNAPOLIS, Md. The man accused of killing five people at a Maryland newspaper
General Motors warned in a filing with the U.S. Commerce Department the threat of auto tariffs “risks undermining GM’s competitiveness against foreign auto producers.”
Teen sex charges STRUTHERS A tow-truck driver from Struthers accused of committing sex crimes
A list of events for the weekend and July Fourth on Wednesday. MAHONING Austintown: Fireworks
The first firefly of the year appeared in my yard in late April. Since then, numbers have increased
Home defense Niles The Western Reserve Fish & Game Association, 1058 W. Third St., will have a
Howland team wins 10U tournament The Howland 10U All-Stars won the Struthers All-Star tournament
New mom gets the 25th seed
Trump pledges July 9 announcement on Court nominee MORRISTOWN, N.J. Moving forward quickly on a
Associated Press COLUMBUS Gov. John Kasich said Friday he won’t spare a death-row inmate whose
Associated Press PROVIDENCE, R.I. A father and son in Rhode Island who disagree about
New boutique opens NILES Coral Rose Boutique opened Friday at Eastwood Mall. The store in the
COURTS columbiana county NEW CASES Kent State University v. Beth Jarrett, money. Ally Bank
Florence + The Machine Album: “High as Hope” Grade: B “High as Hope” could be seen as Florence
Associated Press TORONTO Canada announced billions of dollars in retaliatory tariffs against the
Associated Press ATLANTA Several prominent Democrats who are mulling a bid for the White House
Associated Press WASHINGTON Chief Justice John Roberts is the Supreme Court’s new man in the
Associated Press OAKLAND, Calif. Lawyers negotiated for more than two hours in an Oakland
Kathleen Quigley, Alex Bennett will marry July 14
TV & RADIO TODAY 7:30 a.m. (GC) Golf: European Tour HNA Open de France. 8:55 a.m. (ESPN2) Auto
Miss Muntean, Mr. Mickler set autumn date
Births St. Elizabeth boardman hospital Robert and Samantha Ensign, Youngstown, boy, June 28.
By LYNN ELBER AP Television Writer LOS ANGELES When Oprah Winfrey saluted unheralded #MeToo
A summary of recent criminal activity in Hubbard, Liberty and Girard
Associated Press JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. A U.S. Supreme Court ruling making it easier to collect
Associated Press WASHINGTON The Trump administration’s request for the Pentagon to house
Canfield band needs 76 trombones CANFIELD The Canfield Community Concert Band is inviting
Today’s entertainment picks: v Cirque du Soleil “Crystal,” 4 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.: The first Cirque
The Kirchners feted on golden anniversary
INDEPENDENCE DAY What’s open/closed A checklist of local, state and federal institutions and
The Barneses honored for 50th anniversary
YEARS AGO FOR JUNE 30 Today is Saturday, June 30, the 181st day of 2018. There are 184 days left
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Improve fitness at Ursuline center CANFIELD The Ursuline Health and Wellness Center, 4280
AUSTINTOWN Mark and Jill Quigley of Austintown are announcing the engagement of their daughter,
Marijuana grow site gets state approval to begin planting RAVENNA Ohio has issued its first
Anglers who have multiple rods rigged for action know they will be ready when they encounter the