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Leah Stauffer of Youngstown shares a moment with her 8-month-old daughter Selah before Youngstown State University’s spring 2018 commencement Saturday. Leah received a master of ...
Stories published May 6, 2018
The city law director hailed Cronin for breaking the glass ceiling for women prosecutors and judges in the Valley
The opening event of the 2018 Greatest Golfer of the Valley was settled Sunday by tight battles in the two u17 juniors divisions. In the u14 girls play, the 2017 champ is on her way to repeating for 2018.
A tattoo will not be taboo
New York has now won 15 of its last 16 games
The university credits recruitment and retention programs for the supersized class.
The film has grossed $1.2 billion over 11 days
Police were called late Saturday night to respond to a domestic disturbance
The former New York City mayor now dismisses his own statements about Trump paying Stormy Daniels as rumor
The real President Trump denies any affair with the adult-film actress
The liquid blew up in a microwave at a convenience store
The victim's identity has not been released
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Competition tight as Greatest juniors tee off
The Penguins took control during a record-setting Saturday in the Horizon League Outdoor Track and Field Championships.
When Warren Harrell set out in 1964 to build a home for his family, open discrimination against people of color by banks and real- estate agents limited where he could purchase a lot.
Baseball’s universal language is helping the survivor of hurricanes Irma and Marie adjust to his new home in the Mahoning Valley.
LeBron James finished with 38 points, Kevin Love added 21 and 16 rebounds and Kyle Korver 18.
A one-block stretch of Thorn Street that soon will be transformed into a lush garden resembles little more than a large, narrow patch of dirt with a smattering of yellow perennials.
It should be better than the last gubernatorial primary in 2014.
For the first time in the Youngstown Phantoms’ nine-year history, the USHL’s Clark Cup is coming to town.
The summit will explore whether addiction is a choice.
The Jackson-Milton senior won one event and set a school record in finishing as the runner-up in another.
The 51st Curbstone Coaches Hall of Fame Banquet is today at Mr. Anthony’s.
The box is a secure drug drop-off box, and the department hopes it will help to reduce the amount of unused prescription drugs in the community
Not since Apollo in 1882 had a colt won the roses without racing as a 2-year-old.
Both the attorney and the judge in the case are also part of the Ralph Infante corruption trial, which will continue this week in Trumbull County Common Pleas Court.
Staff report BOARDMAN J.E. “Jack” Ballantyne, a local theater veteran, will be the guest speaker
Easy Street Productions will bring back “Pump Boys and Dinettes” with most of the original cast and a whole lot of original gas-station memorabilia.
By LEANNE ITALIE Associated Press NEW YORK When it comes to parenting advice, you’ve got your
An interactive program on bird nests is May 14.
Volunteers needed to place flags YOUNGSTOWN Volunteers are needed at 9 a.m. May 19 at Oak Hill
Leah Stauffer of Youngstown shares a moment with her 8-month-old daughter Selah before Youngstown State University’s spring 2018 commencement Saturday. Leah received a master of arts in English.
BASEBALL Jackson-Milton 10, Leetonia 1 NORTH JACKSON Sebastian Lay surpassed 100 strikeouts
Blood Drives TUESDAY Redeemer Lutheran Church, 2305 S. Canfield-Niles Road, Austintown, 1:30 to
AMERICAN LEAGUE Tigers 3, Royals 2 KANSAS CITY, MO. Jordan Zimmermann allowed two hits over
Caps score late for series lead
WEDNESDAY Fortnightly IV will meet at 6 p.m. at Caffe Capri, 8000 Market St., Boardman for dinner
MAY 28 — The 28th annual Memorial Mile road race in Boardman. Race begins at 9:35 a.m. Some of the
MAY Thursday — Parto’s Golf Center Couples League begins. Cost is $30 to join and $15 weekly. Call
ARMED FORCES NAVY Band member SAN ANTONIO Senior Chief Musician Steven Pendel of Farrell,
1418 Auxiliary Seniors will meet at 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at Bedford Trails Golf Course. Members will
Associated Press A roundup of some of the most popular but completely untrue headlines of the
Shepherd of the Valley open house howland Shepherd of the Valley – Howland, 4100 N. River Road
Opinion: Tax losses, charter schools prove need for school levy
By BRIANNA MCGURRAN NerdWallet Ask 10 people for their definition of “adulthood” and you’ll get
Shortstop Francisco Lindor’s double error led to a pair of runs in a four-run fifth inning.
By Eric McCrea firstname.lastname@example.org YOUNGSTOWN Opening night of “Women of Heart and Mind:
Easter Seals offers hot, nutritious meals weekdays in Columbiana and Mahoning counties for people 60
TODAY at Pine Lakes Golf Club, Hubbard 12:30 p.m. Robert Shelton Joey Vitali Justin
Sight for All United to host golf scramble
Boardman Lions donate to build memorial
Culinary program at MCCTC receives scholarship
Junior Civic League celebrates Founder’s Day
Today is Sunday, May 6, the 126th day of 2018. There are 239 days left in the year. ASSOCIATED
Associated Press WASHINGTON Investigators working for special counsel Robert Mueller have
HONOR Allstate exclusive agency owner Jason Durica has earned the designation of an Allstate
Unofficial results for the 2018 primary
Normalcy elusive in community where women held captive CLEVELAND Residents on a Cleveland street
NASA launches spacecraft to dig down deep Associated Press CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. A robotic
Peter D. Ceci to Accessible Home Services Inc., Westchester Drive, Austintown, $300,000. Daniel J.
Staff report NEW CASTLE, PA United Way of Lawrence County recently hosted its 94th annual
Associated Press CLEVELAND President Donald Trump said Saturday “we want to make everything
ASECU supports the Rescue Mission
Mother’s Day buffet COLUMBIANA Das Dutch Village Event Center, located in the Best Western Plus
Opinion: It’s a given that public corruption in the Mahoning Valley will invariably feature Democratic
Editorial: The decision by HomeGoods to pursue a proposed $160 million, 1.2-million-square-foot distribution
Associated Press PAHOA, Hawaii Hundreds of anxious residents on the Big Island of Hawaii
notices BASEBALL Liberty Baseball Camp — Former Youngstown State assistant coach Craig Antush
Today’s entertainment picks: v Paul Jacobs, 4 p.m.: Grammy award-winning pipe organist Paul Jacobs
bedford trails golf course Lady Players Low Gross — Mariam Gura. Least Putts — Lynne Grischow
Births St. Elizabeth boardman hospital Ioannis and Jennifer Kalouris, Canfield, girl, May 4.
Unofficial results in the 2018 primary
Agenda Tuesday Columbiana school board, 6 p.m., high school media center, 700 Columbiana-Waterford
MILESTONES DOCTORS Dr. Anthony Pannunzio, son of Dr. Dominic and Lisa Pannunzio of Mineral
Austintown Senior Center, 100 Westchester Drive, has planned the following: Monday, Birding video