A traffic stop on the South Side resulted in more than a citation. Vice squad officers on patrol late Saturday
seized about 10 pounds of suspected marijuana with a street value of $20,000 and a semiautomatic handgun in
a vehicle driven by an East Side man on West Earle Avenue.
Cavaliers guard Kyrie Irving will miss at least two weeks after sustaining a biceps injury in Sunday’s game against the Clippers.
Fitch’s Jesse Driver makes his way to the hoop past Boardman’s Alex Duda (5) and Brandon Rozzi (24). Driver was honored Monday as one of the top players in the state by the Associated Press with a spot on the Division I All-Ohio second team.
Gov. John Kasich, the keynote speaker Monday night at the Mahoning Valley McKinley Club’s 99th annual banquet in Niles, spoke about how growing up with financial struggles made him the person he is today.
New Castle basketball coach Ralph Blundo talks with his team during practice on Monday. The undefeated Red Hurricanes are headed to the PIAA Class AAAA state semifinal today against Abington at Chambersburg High School.
These people are all involved with Sink for Pink, a three-on-three basketball tournament in which all proceeds benefit cancer patients. This year’s event is scheduled for March 29 at Campbell Memorial High School. From left are Angela Rodriguez; David Rodriguez; Andrea Repasky, founder of Sink for Pink; Jacquelyn Hampton, high-school principal; Karen Repasky, Andrea’s mother; Tom Repasky, Andrea’s father; Janna Jackson, 12; Don Jackson; Jacob Jackson, 10; Annette Tovarnak ; Melina Lipinski; and Nick Galantis.