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This year’s ATHENA Award recipient Dr. Elisabeth H. Young, vice president for health affairs and dean of the college of medicine at Northeast Ohio Medical ...
Stories published May 18, 2018
Decades ago, a doctor diagnosed Kathy Flickinger of Youngstown with cancer and told her she had five years to live.
Some local Aqua Ohio customers may have received a surprise when they called to schedule an appointment to update their water meter.
Fargo leads the best-of-five series, 2-1. Game 4 is Saturday night at Covelli Centre.
Phantoms versus Force
At one station, students excitedly followed robots roaming the gymnasium floor.
For much of his young life, LaVon Shepherd aspired to be a basketball player, but his penchant for writing – and having suffered from bullying – radically altered his priorities.
Phone data-leak company: No record of location-data abuse
ANOTHER RETAIL SHOCKER | Goldsteins to close
Trump's pick to head Veterans Affairs: Robert Wilkie
Open house for new Boardman fire station is May 29
June 28 pretrial hearing set for Canfield doctor on public indecency charges
Cuban media: Boeing 737 crashes with 113 people aboard
Conservative revolt over immigration sinks House farm bill
Former Playboy centerfold apparently jumps to death with son
Boardman police charge woman with vandalism
Mahoning County Sheriff's Activity
Ted Nugent tickets now on sale
Man gets 18 years for murder he committed as juvenile
Niles truck driver must repay $12,450 in workers compensation
Schiavoni will introduce legislation to legalize and regulate sports betting at casinos and racinos
Judge dismisses lawsuit against TMHA
No bond for Texas high-school shooting suspect
A summary of recent criminal activity in Poland and Boardman townships
The Salvation Army Women’s Auxiliary is hosting a Bling Boutique Sale from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday and Saturday at the Preakness Neighborhood Garage Sale, just off New Road
Murder defendant Hundley says another man was at death scene
The Cardinals and Warriors will meet today for a district title.
Aging infrastructure is to blame for failures which have led to $2 million in unexpected costs.
The Cardinals won in walk-off fashion for the second straight day.
Charged with exposing himself at school bus stop
The Raiders won a district title for the first time in the baseball program’s history.
WRPA board authorizes director to negotiate Dickten payout.
Bristol advances to Akron regional
The exhibition, which was open to the public, included ceramic and clay sculptures, drawings, paintings and music that students from grades one through 12 have worked on over the past year.
Walters drives in winning run for Springfield
The detective said it is rare to have a surviving victim at a homicide scene to speak with.
Staff report BOARDMAN Night markets, the vibrant outdoor gatherings that are popular in Europe,
Covelli Centre will be the site of the highest-stakes hockey games ever played in the Youngstown arena this weekend.
Peyton Aldridge recently wrapped up an impressive career at Davidson College.
Jason Higgins pitched a three-hitter and struck out three.
The B@B (Bands at the Baugh): After Dark series will return to the Stambaugh Auditorium Garden for three dates this summer.
‘Book Club’ Grade: 2 and a half stars (out of 4) Rating: PG-13 for sex-related material
Voters approved the levy last week, and it will bring in an additional $4.9 million.
Four Girard students received the first Officer Justin Leo Memorial Scholarship award.
The book drive resulted in more than 400 books and puzzles for Akron Children’s Hospital Beeghly Campus patients.
Truman J. Stevens, 18, of Chestnut Avenue in Niles pleaded guilty Thursday in Trumbull County Common Pleas Court to inducing panic.
The incident was captured on video, which went viral.
Man arrested on his 50th birthday
This year’s ATHENA Award recipient Dr. Elisabeth H. Young, vice president for health affairs and dean of the college of medicine at Northeast Ohio Medical University, attended Thursday night’s ceremony at Mr. Anthony’s in Boardman with her husband, Dr. Thomas Boniface.
On March 27, sixth-, seventh- and eighth-grade students at Holy Family School participated in a
Dave and Karen Shively and Gary and Sharon Mock, all of Austintown, are announcing the engagement of
By ZACK SHIVELY firstname.lastname@example.org The Poland library hosted the “Book Review and Soup and
C.H. Campbell Elementary School kindergarten students presented “E-I-E-I Oops!” for family and friends at the Canfield High School auditorium on May 14.
The Poland library invited members of the community to their meeting room for lessons in speaking French on May 7.
The United Veterans Council of Greater Youngstown and Its Environs hosted its annual Recognition and
The Austintown Farmers’ Market hosted its first Mother’s Day Market on May 6 at Austintown Township Park.
May 8 Burglary: To a home in the 1700 block of Paisley Street. Stolen were a TV and a surround-
Canfield resident pays it forward with help from Austintown restaurant Joanne Bruno George, will
By ZACK SHIVELY email@example.com Stadium Drive Elementary School celebrated their third
Philip and Barb Carlon of Boardman are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Brittany Carlon,
By ZACK SHIVELY firstname.lastname@example.org D.D. and Velma Davis Education and Visitor Center hosted
Canfield resident pays it forward with help from Austintown restaurant Joanne Bruno George, will
BHS orchestras to have spring concert The award-winning Boardman High School Symphony, Chamber and
Classmates to meet to discuss reunion plans Classmates from the Poland Seminary High School class
Glenwood Junior High School’s student leadership group organized the school’s annual dodgeball tournament on April 30, May 1 and May 3.
April 24 Auto theft: Police were dispatched to Boardman Area Court to book Jasmine S.L. Dawkins,
Dave and Shelley Mangus of Canfield are announcing the engagement of their son, David Mangus, of
Nicole Sutton and Michael Donahue, both of Girard, are announcing their engagement. The bride-
By ZACK SHIVELY email@example.com The PLYMC organized their annual Summer Discovery program for
Don and Barbara Vargo of Canfield and Janice Deetz of North Royalton are announcing the engagement
By ZACK SHIVELY firstname.lastname@example.org D.D. and Velma Davis Education and Visitor Center hosted the
By ABBY SLANKER email@example.com First-grade students in Alyssa Carbon’s class at C.H.
By ZACK SHIVELY firstname.lastname@example.org The Whispering Pines District of the Great Trail Council of
Ninth Grade High Honor Roll Abbegale Altmar Summer Bailing Lily Baird Emma Battaglia
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Zapko of Youngstown recently observed their 50th wedding anniversary at a family
Associated Press WASHINGTON The Senate confirmed Gina Haspel on Thursday as the first female
Selected local stocks STOCK, DIVIDENDCLOSECHANGE Alcoa Inc., 50.690.50 Aqua America, .20
Editorial: Positive energy in and around downtown Youngstown has reached stratospheric heights this week as two
TENNIS DIVISION I Canfield’s Cianciola, doubles duo Nalluri, Martin reach state AKRON
UIC baseball team defeats Penguins CHICAGO Illinois-Chicago scored the first six runs and held
Kirk Herbstreit really likes Baker Mayfield’s potential.
Staff report SALEM The Salem Historical Society has been recognizing two Citizens of Honor since
ODDLY ENOUGH Microwave blows up urine sample; woman is cited DENVER A Colorado woman has been
By JOHN CARUCCI Associated Press NEW YORK Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson has discussed his battle
Associated Press MOUNT OLIVE, N.J. A school bus taking children on a field trip to a historic
Associated Press WASHINGTON Unlike the president, Robert Mueller hasn’t uttered one word in
CLUBS First Friday Club of Greater Youngstown Luncheon Speaker Series will present the Rev. Nathan
Chief Wahoo protester pleads guilty to theft of $180K in grants CLEVELAND A man who has had
Today is Friday, May 18, the 138th day of 2018. There are 227 days left in the year. ASSOCIATED
Associated Press HARRISBURG, PA. Pennsylvania’s highest court peppered a defense lawyer and a
Barnes & Noble hosts book signing BOARDMAN Barnes & Noble has partnered with Boys & Girls Club
Opinion: By Brian Wakamo OtherWords Millions of Americans live in “banking deserts,” without adequate
Associated Press SANTA ANA, Calif. Spa owner Ildiko Krajnyak was opening a package that had
Today’s entertainment picks: v Zoppe Family Circus, 9:30 a.m. and 1 p.m.: Grab tickets for this
Associated Press NEW YORK A study of hundreds of thousands of popular songs over the past three
Associated Press HONG KONG China said Thursday it doesn’t want to see increased trade tensions
These were the nominees for this year’s Athena Award: Megan Bair Zidian, partner/shareholder,
Births St. Elizabeth boardman hospital Stacia Hewlett, Youngstown, boy, May 16. Kelly Oko and
Family gets a mostly new home for the cost of a zero percent loan
Opinion: As I sat and listened to the arguments and the comments of a three-member panel of the 8th District
Associated Press WASHINGTON Women in the United States gave birth last year at the lowest rate
Had worked for Youngstown Street Department
Associated Press NEW YORK J.C. Penney blamed weak clothing sales on bad spring weather and said
Surplus food/clothing East Side Crime Watch, 1001 Oak St., corner of Fruit Street, Youngstown,
Associated Press WASHINGTON Running late for work or just miss that bus? You could have a good
Vallourec earnings YOUNGSTOWN France-based Vallourec, the parent company of local Vallourec Star
Infante moved WARREN Ralph Infante, former Niles mayor sentenced to 10 years in prison May 11 on
Markle’s dad too ill for wedding; mom has tea with royals WINDSOR, England Ending days of
North Korea told to denuclearize or face consequences Associated Press WASHINGTON President