The Yo-Mah-O Chapter of the International Association of Administrative Professionals has installed its officers for the 2012-2013 year. From left to right are Parliamentary Adviser Marlene Dailey, Assistant Treasurer Joseph Gibson, Treasurer Tami Ginn, Secretary Mary Lou Reyes, Vice President Suzette Gibbs, and President Lynn Romeo.
Added: Fri, April 13, 2007
The Rotary Club of Youngstown recently installed officers for the 2012-2013 club year. From left to right are: Paul Garchar, vice president; Carol Chamberlain, treasurer; Ronald Cornell Faniro, president; Becky Keck, secretary; and Scott R. Schulick, president-elect. The club was established in 1915 and meets each Wednesday at noon at the Youngstown Club. For membership information call 330-743-8630.
Added: Wed, July 11, 2012
Judge William H. Wolff Jr., a visiting judge of Mahoning County Common Pleas Court, was ordered today to unseal key documents in the Oakhill Renaissance Place corruption case, which was dismissed a year ago.
The Ohio Supreme Court ruled unanimously in favor of The Vindicator and 21 WFMJ-TV, which filed the complaint with the top court seeking to have the documents made public.
Mahoning Valley Burger Review Board members Scott Long, Jerry Tranovich and Anthony Fuda, enjoy their burgers at the Iron Bridge Inn.
Scott Long takes a bite out of his Pittsburger at the Iron Bridge Inn.
The Iron Bridge Inn's Big Greek Burger.
Barby Ferraro serves up some tasty Iron Bridge Inn burgers. Clockwise from left are The Western Burger, The Pittsburger and the Big Greek Burger.
Pittsburgh Pirates pitcher James McDonald delivers during the first inning of Tuesday’s game against the Chicago Cubs in Pittsburgh.
Pittsburgh Steelers offensive coordinator Todd Haley will use a more run-heavy offense than his predecessor, Bruce Arians, who was ousted earlier this year.
Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden, shown here during a rookie camp practice in May, signed a four-year, $8.1 million contract on Tuesday. He is expected to win the starting job this summer.
With funding from a $4.2 million grant from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, 32 regional organizations have come together across Northeast Ohio with an ambitious plan to capitalize on what the region has to offer and improve its future.
The Mahoning Valley Law Enforcement Task Force displays evidence it retrieved while executing search warrants in Poland Township, Springfield, New Middletown and Youngstown. The items are believed to be stolen from 16 residences in Poland, Springfield, Struthers, Boardman, Youngstown, New Middletown and Girard.