Vindy.com for September 11, 2018
Stories published September 11, 2018
Dozens honored first responders and veterans who gave all in the wake of the Sept. 11 attacks
City revival experts suggest local organizing and unified local institutional leadership as priorities
Florence could rival North Carolina’s 1954 ‘benchmark storm’
A YSU assistant football coach violated no university policy after allegedly engaging in domestic violence
Plaintiffs in HomeGoods lawsuit are seeking declaratory judgment and injunctive relief
Stadium Drive elementary students commemorated Patriot Day with the planting of a tree at the new fire station
Prosecutors won't charge Backstreet Boy Nick Carter
Ohio teen pleads guilty to fatal shooting of classmate
Ohio man admits role in multistate heroin distribution
Active shooter study: Semiautomatic rifles more deadly
Elizabeth Smart kidnapper to be released from prison
Mayor to announce new anti-dumping initiative in Youngstown
Woman sues Michigan State, says Nassar raped her in 1992
YSU coach serving 5-day suspension in domestic violence case
Medical testimony debate heard in Ohio buried newborn case
Weathersfield trustees meet tonight
International court says it's 'undeterred' by US threats
Philly Steak products recalled due to possible listeria contamination
Woman killed, dad injured when tree falls on car in Canton
AP Poll: Voters open to candidates who aren't very religious
Boardman high-schooler arrested for bringing knife to school
Tesla cuts number of stock colors to streamline production
US Rep. Tim Ryan to attend 9/11 service tonight in Vienna
Campbell man jailed on fourth report of public indecency in 2 years
UPDATE | Judge recesses TJX hearing; will rule Friday
Mahoning County Sheriff's Activity
Pittsburgh man who threatened Struthers cops on Facebook gets probation
Bus accident in south India kills at least 55 people
Hermitage, Pa., Levin store has ribbon-cutting Sept. 22
Feds reject Warren company's request to acquire CSX rail line
Boardman students plant tree to honor 9/11 heroes
Republicans lack votes – and appetite – to end 'Obamacare'
Ohio police: Men force woman to drive, shoot her with flare gun
ODOT proposing another intersection change in Howland
Youngstown man wounded in South Side shooting
Police arrest woman accused of killing husband, taking children
Mercer Co. Housing Authority board meets Wednesday
Repaired Trumbull County Courthouse bell to be part of 9/11 remembrance
US marks 9/11 with somber tributes, new monument to victims
The Lakeview volleyball team surged to defeat Cardinal Mooney on Monday.
Canfield and Poland were voted into the Top 10 in this week’s state poll.
Ron Strollo says the Youngstown State football team is improving.
Poland Village hears Water Street residents’ sewage woes
Girard council hears about sewage backup on Liberty Street
The woman was told Social Security was filing charges against her.
World Suicide Prevention Day program draws attention to the issue and local resources that can help.
Editorial: Imagine, if you will, waking up one morning with an empty stomach wondering what, if any, food
Opinion: By Basav Sen OtherWords In August 1921, sheriff’s deputies in West Virginia – later joined by
Selected local stocks STOCK, DIVIDENDCLOSECHANGE Alcoa Inc., 42.011.01 Aqua America, 2.34
Jackson says Taylor will continue to start
Bob Woodward tell-all book ‘Fear’ set for release today Associated Press WASHINGTON
Preps at a Glance MONDAY’S RESULTS VOLLEYBALL Ursuline 25-25-25, Maplewood 17-12-20
Keegan Bradley shot 20-under to claim first tour win since 2012.
Matt Adams hit a three-run homer in the eighth inning to rally St. Louis to a victory.
By JENNIFER PELTZ Associated Press NEW YORK On 9/11, Stephen Feuerman saw the World Trade
Choi homers in bottom of ninth
OTHER DEVELOPMENTS President Donald Trump has received a request from North Korean leader Kim Jong
The rookie out of USC shook off an ugly interception to lead the Jets to a blowout win.
Penske driver holds off Jones late
Associated Press VATICAN CITY The Vatican is preparing the “necessary clarifications” about
2 report being shot at YOUNGSTOWN Two people said they were shot at after pulling into the wrong
Associated Press DALLAS The case against a white Dallas police officer who shot and killed a
Today is Monday, Sept. 11, the 254th day of 2017. There are 111 days left in the year. ASSOCIATED
Associated Press NEW YORK CBS revealed Monday that it set aside $120 million in severance for
Liberty schools officials will discuss saving money, increasing energy efficiency
The ODE gave Summit Academy Secondary School until Sept. 11 to submit a plan outlining how the school would address issues
Boardman Community Baseball meeting set Boardman Boardman Community Baseball will hold its
ODDLY ENOUGH In Indiana, couple weds at ‘A League of Their Own’ stadium HUNTINGBURG, Ind. Two
Pittsburgh blew a 14-point lead in fourth quarter
Associated Press WASHINGTON The Trump administration ordered the closure of the Palestinian
The officer who was injured in a chase Friday was released from hospital.
Opinion: In the days following the death of Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., there have been mournful cries
Associated Press COLUMBUS A state treasurer candidate in Ohio said Monday that he would use his
DEMOGRAPHIC DATA Per-capita income YearAccurateFlawed 2017N/A$17,680 2016$17,680$17,331
Shawn Wendling was arraigned Monday in Ravenna Municipal Court.
HomeGoods hearing WARREN An injunction hearing regarding a proposed HomeGoods distribution
Ohio State plays TCU at JerryWorld
Births ST. JOSEPH WARREN HOSPITAL Jordan and Carly Hensley, Warren, boy, Sept. 5. Billy and
Charges have yet to be filed in the death of Christian Sumpter’s 4-month-old daughter.
New Dollar General WARREN A new Dollar General along North River Road is open for business.
Associated Press WASHINGTON Ford won’t be moving production of a hatchback wagon to the United
Live music performances on television shows this week include: v Future: Tonight on “Tonight Show
Agenda Wednesday ABC Water and Storm Water District trustees, 4 p.m., Boardman Township Government
Associated Press MARYSVILLE, OHIO Police say they found the body of an Ohio woman hidden in a
Joey Seaman had avoided prison in June after his ex-girlfriend accused him beating, attempting to rape her, then backed off.
Editor’s note: Readers are asked to note the change in the deadline for items for the Reunions &
The mission of Mercy Health has remained steadfast since the Sisters of the Humility of Mary began
Chief of CBS resigns after new allegations of sexual misconduct NEW YORK CBS Chief Les Moonves
Prostate awareness WARREN As part of Prostate Awareness Month this month, Mercy Health is
Association to celebrate ABW Day on Sunday canfield The Network Council for the American