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EXPANSION INCENTIVE: Posing in Columbus on Monday after a talk are, from left, Youngstown Mayor Jay Williams; Roger Lindgren, president of manufacturer V&M Star Steel; and GIrard Mayor James Melfi. Youngstown and Girard have offered incentives to V&M Star, which borders the cities, if it chooses to expand in that area.

EXPANSION INCENTIVE: Posing in Columbus on Monday after a talk ...

EXPANSION INCENTIVE: Posing in Columbus on Monday after a talk are, from left, Youngstown Mayor Jay Williams; Roger Lindgren, president of manufacturer V&M Star Steel; and GIrard Mayor James Melfi. Youngstown and Girard have offered ...


SPRAWLING CAMPUS: In conjunction with the new $34.3 million Youngstown State University business school to be built on the vacant land in the foreground, the city seeks to seize and demolish the small brown brick machine shop at 128 W. Rayen Ave., which has a brown garage door, for a proposed Hazel Street extension, which would curve around the Diocese of Youngstown office at bottom left.

SPRAWLING CAMPUS: In conjunction with the new $34.3 million Youngstown ...

SPRAWLING CAMPUS: In conjunction with the new $34.3 million Youngstown State University business school to be built on the vacant land in the foreground, the city seeks to seize and demolish the small brown brick ...


OUT OF REACH: Mooney's Jessica Farragher (11) knocks the ball away from Salem's Amy Scullion (35) during their game Monday night in Salem. The Quakers defeated the Cardinals, 53-38.

OUT OF REACH: Mooney's Jessica Farragher (11) knocks the ball ...

OUT OF REACH: Mooney's Jessica Farragher (11) knocks the ball away from Salem's Amy Scullion (35) during their game Monday night in Salem. The Quakers defeated the Cardinals, 53-38.


Lt. Chris Heverly of the Ohio State Highway patrol Canfield Post displays the new (bottom) and old state driver's licenses. The license underwent changes to its appearance last month to make reading the information easier for law enforcement.

Lt. Chris Heverly of the Ohio State Highway patrol Canfield ...

Lt. Chris Heverly of the Ohio State Highway patrol Canfield Post displays the new (bottom) and old state driver's licenses. The license underwent changes to its appearance last month to make reading the information easier ...


LENDING A HAND: Alexis Cintron, 8, of Austintown, shows off some of the gifts she's collected during her second annual Toys For Tots drive. She said she decided to start her own drive last year and hopes to double the 250 toys she collected in 2007. Toys can be dropped off at Spalon in Howland through Dec. 17.

LENDING A HAND: Alexis Cintron, 8, of Austintown, shows off ...

LENDING A HAND: Alexis Cintron, 8, of Austintown, shows off some of the gifts she's collected during her second annual Toys For Tots drive. She said she decided to start her own drive last year ...


Mahoning Valley Phantoms goalie Jordan Tibbett defends a shot

Mahoning Valley Phantoms goalie Jordan Tibbett defends a shot

Mahoning Valley Phantoms goalie Jordan Tibbett defends a shot


Bryce D. Burke, 27, left, was sentenced to three years in prison for the death of Andrew Culp, 22, of Columbiana. Burke’s car rolled over Culp at a South Side fast-food restaurant in 2007, and Burke dragged Culp underneath the car about two blocks. This picture of Burke and his lawyer J. Gerald Ingram was taken in 2008 at Burke’s arraignment in Youngstown Municipal Court.

Bryce D. Burke, 27, left, was sentenced to three years ...

Bryce D. Burke, 27, left, was sentenced to three years in prison for the death of Andrew Culp, 22, of Columbiana. Burke’s car rolled over Culp at a South Side fast-food restaurant in 2007, and ...