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Bill Conners, project manager for HomeGoods, talks Monday night about the company at a community meeting in Lordstown where HomeGoods wants to build a distribution ...
Stories published March 13, 2018
Youngstown Board of Education recognized school officer Terry Russo today for his work in keeping the schools safe, and his message that violence is unacceptable.
School districts are split in their support of a national walkout supporting school safety.
Warning: If you see an internet ad for a good deal on a cellphone from Larry Stone, move on.
Judge Lou A. D’Apolito said it appeared as if two different people were before him Tuesday for sentencing.
Two police officers honored for lifesaving effort
Residents speak on resolution to arm Columbiana schools staff
Western PA special: A Trump embarrassment or close call?
Investigation finds no evidence of wrongdoing by Struthers judge
Third nor'easter declared a blizzard in Maine
Boccieri to speak at Poland assembly honoring Fla. shooting victims
Stocks sink as technology rally fades; Qualcomm drops
Youngstown police are searching for missing 11-year-old girl
Tom Ruggieri on Vindy Talk Radio
Interstate 80 west at state Route 46 is expected to reopen before 4 p.m.
Florida prosecutors seeking death penalty in school shooting
Lisbon school board meets Wednesday
Weathersfield trustees meet tonight
ESPN sources: Kirk Cousins signs lucrative deal with Vikings
Trump's personal aide exits White House, will join campaign
MCESC receives $495K grant to provide services to county pregnant women
Former aide to Gov. Cuomo convicted in bribery case
Youngstown schools' transportation chief earns state award
Schiavoni proposes bill to raise Ohio minimum wage to $15 an hour
The Austintown Council of PTAs and the Fitch art department will host the 10th annual Souper Supper event on March 20 from 5-7 p.m. in the Fitch Cafeteria.
County action required before viaduct can be renamed for slain officer
Mahoning County Sheriff's Activity
Boardman woman who stole from her employer sent to prison
AP: Brees agrees to 2-year extension with Saints
Amazon recalls portable chargers on reports of fires, burns
Pa. Republican unsurprised by close race
Trump fires Tillerson at State, replacing with CIA’s Pompeo
Texas high-school students injured in Disney trip bus plunge
What are your thoughts about President Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un plans to meet?
Sanctions, cyberattack among possible UK moves on Russia
Valley unemployment rate unchanged in January 2017
Boardman robbed after internet setup to buy cellphone in Youngstown
Youngstown police arrest West Side man on gun charges
Police charge Dayton man in connection with hotel employee shooting
Anti-fracking amendment won't be on May ballot
Police: Child, teen shot in Ohio weren’t intended targets
East Liverpool man pleads guilty to drug-related charges
Trump tweets for GOP candidate, Dem votes in PA
Light snow, violent winds lash Cape Cod
Watchdog warns trade tariffs would slow world growth upswing
Russia demands access to nerve agent in ex-spy case standoff
EU pressing UK to speed up Brexit negotiations
Bizarre battle over body of Charles Manson won by grandson
Dick’s shares take a hit on disappointing holiday sales
Three locals make All-Ohio team
Price has matured, not just as a football player, but as a person.
Valley schools are taking different approaches to a national walkout Wednesday morning to remember those killed in a Florida school mass shooting.
CEO insiststhe focus remains on the students.
Lowellville native Joe DeRosa is looking forward to a well-deserved break
Officers used force 117 times in 2017 while answering more than 65,000 calls.
The suspect has recovered and faces felonious assault charges.
Staff Report Youngstown The Youngstown State women’s basketball team will compete in the
Nearly 300 people turned out Monday for a community meeting on the school district’s financial situation and future.
The Ohio Prep Sportswriters Association released the All-Ohio Teams on Monday for Divisions III and
Staff report YOUNGSTOWN Grammy Award-winning organist Paul Jacobs will come to Stambaugh
Harding Elementary School’s food pantry is getting filled thanks to first-grade teacher Shannon Sefcik.
The trustees are seeking the law change to put on improvement levies.
Both homes were a total loss
Bill Conners, project manager for HomeGoods, talks Monday night about the company at a community meeting in Lordstown where HomeGoods wants to build a distribution center to service its Northeast and Midwest stores.
Even if you’re trying to put the squeeze on a ballooning TV watchlist, consider the pedigree of NBC’s “Rise”: It’s from the “Friday Night Lights” producer who created “Parenthood” and a producer of Broadway’s “Hamilton.”
Boulder Valley School District Board of Education Meetings interview with Youngstown Schools CEO Krish Mohip.
Associated Press ABOARD A U.S. GOVERNMENT AIRCRAFT U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson cast
Opinion: By Ann Coulter Andrews McMeel Syndication Nikolas Cruz’s psychosis ended in a bloody massacre
Understanding colorectal cancer SALEM Board-certified general surgeon Dr. William S. Lee, M.D.
Q. My dad passed away at 75. He was notorious for taking a small amount of baking soda from the
Live music performances on television shows this week include: v Jack Johnson: Tonight on “Late
NEWSMAKERS Lawyer dismissed from Knight’s murder case LOS ANGELES An attorney who was indicted
Pennsylvania congressional race enters homestretch Associated Press CANONSBURG, Pa. The final
Opinion: By Will Durst Cagle Cartoons Like most arranged marriages, the blessed union between Donald
Editorial: There’s a reason the White House is using the word “meeting” instead of “negotiations” to
Austintown Fitch High School Class of 1956 will host its monthly breakfast at 9 a.m. Thursday at
Hot Heads to host Dine to Donate event Hot Head Burritos throughout the Mahoning Valley will host
Associated Press WASHINGTON Not two weeks ago, President Donald Trump wagged his finger at a
Today is Tuesday, March 13, the 72nd day of 2018. There are 293 days left in the year. ASSOCIATED
Births St. Elizabeth boardman Judd and Laura Crowgey, Youngstown, girl, March 11. Michelle
Champion man, 80, sentenced to life in prison for rapes
use of force by police Youngstown police used force 117 times in 2017 while answering more than
Staff report YOUNGSTOWN The annual Mass of the Ancient Order of Hibernians Joseph T. Nalley Sr.
Fast-moving river challenges Warren beat cop who rescued woman
Man injured in crash BRACEVILLE One man is in the hospital after being thrown from an SUV that
Associated Press AUSTIN, Texas Two package bomb blasts a few miles apart killed a teenager and
Canadiens 5, Blue Jackets 2 COLUMBUS Seth Jones scored two first-period power-play goals, and
Joel Berry II is ready to take any big shot North Carolina needs in his final NCAA Tournament
BOE addresses district expense report AMANDA TONOLI firstname.lastname@example.org YOUNGSTOWN Youngstown
Man faces charges of menacing, violence YOUNGSTOWN Reports said police took two guns Sunday
Two raids in four months result in two meth lab busts for Struthers woman
UConn is back in a familiar place
Staff report GIRARD City Auditor Sam Zirafi told Girard council members Monday night that the
Both shootings took place on South Side
Associated Press WASHINGTON Republicans on the House Intelligence Committee have completed a
Woods looked like the Woods of old in Palm Harbor Associated Press PALM HARBOR, FLA. The red
MONDAY’S RESULTS RACE 1 $23,500 - 3 yo’s & up, 6F, ALW 7 Regent Diamond (Rodriguez, J.) $12.20
Associated Press SAN DIEGO When Donald Trump visits San Diego to examine prototypes of the
Associated Press NEW YORK A pilot who survived a helicopter crash that killed his five
Agenda Wednesday Eagle Joint Fire District, 7 p.m., regular meeting, fire station, 33 W. Liberty
Rockets 109, Spurs 93 HOUSTON James Harden scored 16 of his 28 points in the third quarter to