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Stories published May 11, 2018
A former Smith Township police chief has found himself on the wrong side of the law.
A plan by the Mahoning Valley Sanitary District to distribute $5 million in rebates to Youngstown, Niles and McDonald has been emphatically rejected by the district’s court of jurisdiction, which called the proposal “ill-advised.”
United Way of Youngstown and the Mahoning Valley has approved investments of $3.2 million into local communities.
If you receive an emotional call from someone claiming to be your grandchild who was arrested and jailed in a foreign country and needs several thousand dollars to post bond, what are the first two things you should do?
Youngstown Early College students and staff continue to earn awards and achievements.
Students with special needs from the tri-county area dress up and dance
Advice offered at Mahoning Valley Anti-Fraud and Anti–Exploitation Senior Forum
Ma’Lik Richmond has been declassified as a sex offender
Ryan calls on Trump to reverse fuel efficiency position
Abraham resigns as YSU provost
Boardman police find meth bottles in speeding man's car
Awards and achievements for Youngstown Early College
Former Niles auditor Nader gets 3 years probation
New Dunkin’ Donuts to open in Youngstown
Mahoning County Sheriff's Activity
Police charged 3, including man in mobility scooter, for open containers
Ex-Smith Twp. police chief indicted for theft in office
Ted Nugent will return to Packard Hall
Third community opioid summit underway
Mom sees teen son in surveillance video, turns him in
Postal Service: More financial loss as mail delivery slumps
Israel calls on Syria’s Assad to ’get rid’ of Iranian forces
INFANTE SENTENCED | Ex-mayor of Niles gets 10 years
A summary of recent criminal activity in Girard and Liberty
Customers are asked to donate new, unwrapped pet supplies.
The 8th District Court of Appeals vacated the eight felony convictions in the corruption case, saying Cuyahoga County was the wrong place to conduct the trial.
Canfield will meet Austintown Fitch in a district semifinal next week.
PrintCB is the first company to relocate here based on the Israeli-YBI collaborative.
Former Niles mayor to learn his sentence today
Grand Valley will meet defending state champion Champion in a district final next week.
The series everyone wanted. The one few expected to see.
One resolution will allow police officers to use speed cameras on state Route 11 and Interstate 80
The country came into being May 14, 1948.
Jake Gehring allowed one hit, struck out four and walked one in six innings for the Raiders in a sectional final.
Each water customer will also receive a $28 credit in the coming months.
The chaotic Cavaliers have dealt with bigger nonsense this season.
By JOHN CARUCCI Associated Press NEW YORK You can hear the playful banter long before Sting
‘BREAKING IN’ Grade: 2 stars (out of 4) Rating: PG-13 for violence, menace, bloody images,
Spotify removes songs by R. Kelly By NEKESA MUMBI MOODY Associated Press NEW YORK Spotify
A conscientious Target employee stopped a man, who gave more than $4,000 to a person pretending to be an IRS agent, from losing even more money.
The Youngstown Neighborhood Development Corporation broke ground Thursday on the renovation of a 90 year-old apartment building in the Glenwood Avenue corridor
Eurania Jimenez and twin daughters Melissa and Yulissa, both 6, enjoy muffins during Thursday morning’s Muffins with Mom event at Paul C. Bunn Elementary in Youngstown.
Rotary and Interact clubs collaborate for roadside cleanup
Representatives of Fitch High School served senior citizens during their second Senior Dinner of the year on April 25.
by ZACK SHIVELY email@example.com The Poland library had a crafting session inspired by birds
By ZACK SHIVELY firstname.lastname@example.org D.D. and Velma Davis Education and Visitor Center hosted the
by ZACK SHIVELY email@example.com The Boardman High School inducted new members at their
Caffeinate and Paint to take place at MCCTC The Creative Arts & Design students from the Mahoning
Students and families of Stadium Drive Elementary gathered at the high school for their Ice Cream Social on April 27.
by ZACK SHIVELY firstname.lastname@example.org Families arrived at the Austintown library for the fun and
May meeting to have time change and location change The Poland Historical Society will meet on May
Canfield Local Schools boys youth summer basketball camp There will be a boys youth summer
Local church hosts breakfast event There will be a free pancake, sausage and egg breakfast on May
Poland Seminary High School had their Prom Promise event on April 27 to deter students from drinking and driving on prom night.
The Boardman boys track team improved its 2018 record to 10-1 and 7-1 in the AAC after finishing
By ZACK SHIVELY email@example.com Boardman’s four jazz ensembles played with a special guest
Boardman among top 100 Ohio silver medal high schools Boardman is among the top 100 Ohio high
By ZACK SHIVELY firstname.lastname@example.org The Austintown community celebrated the opening of the
Three Holy Family students Dominic Payne, Osiron Talbott, and Greggory Hann presented a check,
By ABBY SLANKER email@example.com Canfield High School senior soccer player Macey Malinky
Canfield High School juniors and seniors brought glitz and glamour to the school’s auditorium during the annual PTO-sponsored Prom Promenade on May 5.
By ABBY SLANKER firstname.lastname@example.org Canfield Village Middle School fifth-grade students in
BOARDMAN Leonard Jr. and Lynn Hodos of Boardman are announcing the engagement of their daughter,
by ZACK SHIVELY email@example.com Children ran around the yard of Poland United Methodist
By ZACK SHIVELY firstname.lastname@example.org Austintown Middle School hosted a basketball game between the
by ZACK SHIVELY email@example.com Dobbins Elementary rewarded their students with a special
CANFIELD Edward and Michele Straub of Canfield are announcing the engagement of their daughter,
Kevin and Lynda Hawkins of Poland and Dion Santiago and Lisandra Mendez, both of Boardman, are
Daniel and Linda Armeni of Youngstown and Alan and Merrily Bottorff of Cortland are announcing the
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Associated Press WASHINGTON The way President Donald Trump sees it, why go for a solid single
Associated Press WASHINGTON Democrats on the House intelligence committee have released more
Bunny open house BOARDMAN F5RS, 11836 South Ave., a 501(c)(3), nonprofit, no-kill rescue and
AMERICAN LEAGUE Red Sox 5, Yankees 4 NEW YORK J.D. Martinez hit a tiebreaking home run against
The game stretched to seven periods and 146 minutes, 48 seconds of play.
Youngstown air base, Ravenna get $16.2M WASHINGTON Two area military installations will receive
courts mahoning county DOCKET Daniel R. Yemma v. Michael Pinchotti et al, foreclosure;
Editorial: Are Mahoning Valley voters more supportive of public school districts than most Ohioans? On the
TODAY vGame 1: Youngstown Phantoms vs. Fargo Force at Scheels Arena in Fargo, N.D. Puck drops at
Proxy battles Trump’s move likely to worsen Mideast ... Associated Press BEIRUt There may
PBA Hubbard Open supporter Killian dies HUBBARD Ron Killian, who was instrumental in the success
Associated Press COLUMBUS Ohio’s then-largest online charter school may have broken the law by
Dustin Johnson, Webb Simpson and Alex Noren set the pace early. Matt Kuchar, Chesson Hadley and Patrick Cantlay also were at 66.
Opinion: By Peter Funt Cagle Cartoons Sometimes it takes a year or more for a president’s strengths to
Associated Press DETROIT A fire that damaged a Michigan auto-parts supply factory is causing
Surplus food/clothing East Side Crime Watch, 1001 Oak St., corner of Fruit Street, Youngstown,
ODDLY ENOUGH Who knew Jersey, New Jersey were different places? BOSTON An American college
Alzheimer Network will host annual walk CANFIELD The Alzheimer Network will host its annual walk
A proposal in New York’s legislature would outlaw all high school shooting sports programs in the state.
Opinion: Election officials in Mahoning and Trumbull accurately predicted voter turnout in their counties
MAHONING COUNTY Indictments A Mahoning County grand jury Thursday indicted these people on these
Births St. Elizabeth boardman hospital Alicia Storey and William Rearley, Lisbon, boy, May 9.
Associated Press HONG KONG A Chinese tech giant has been brought to its knees. Tougher
Groundbreaking on new development CANFIELD Howard Hanna will host a groundbreaking and ribbon-
Today’s entertainment picks: v “Pump Boys and Dinettes,” 7:30 p.m.: Easy Street Productions brings
ASSOCIATIONS American Association of University Women Youngstown Branch will meet at St. John’s
Associated Press NEW YORK Harvey Weinstein’s estranged wife, Georgina Chapman, has given her
Today is Friday, May 11, the 131st day of 2018. There are 234 days left in the year. Associated
Agenda Saturday Lowellville Village Council, 9 a.m., special meeting, city hall, 140 E. Liberty
BOARDMAN Kymberly Hoffman and Robert Switka, both of Boardman, were united in marriage Sept. 30,