He faces several charges
Roads taking a toll on cars and drivers “It’s been crazy. Every day we’re seeing blown sidewalls
Idora’s carousel given rebirth in New York The artist spent 16 years chipping away at extra
The agency has not ruled out the option of further appeals to voters. YOUNGSTOWN — Further
Foundation helps people buy homes Up to $10,000 in assistance is available to those who qualify.
The levy would generate about $7.5 million annually. YOUNGSTOWN — After drastic service
Volunteers from Baltimore; Lansing, Mich.; and Penn State spoke at the event. YOUNGSTOWN —
Every child received three free books at the reading celebration that marks Dr. Seuss’ birthday.
Famous leap year day babies include singer Dinah Shore and rapper Ja Rule. YOUNGSTOWN — It was
Five board members are headed to Orlando. YOUNGSTOWN — The staff reductions aren’t over yet,
Trustees discussed the possibility of lowering out-of-state tuition rates. YOUNGSTOWN — It
Absentee ballot requests in Mahoning County are up 40 percent over 2004. YOUNGSTOWN — Steven
Nobody will be adversely affected by the stimulus payments, says one official. No, the
The FBI has received 115 reports of the e-mail scam. GIRARD — Judith Signoriello would seem an
Council will have the chance to challenge the mayor’s veto Feb. 25. GIRARD — Mayor James Melfi
HUBBARD — City council is demanding a review of two pay raises issued by Mayor Arthur Magee in early
YOUNGSTOWN — Amid steep manufacturing losses and a faltering economy in the Valley, software startup
On Oak Hill Avenue, the area around St. Patrick’s Church has been transformed by the razing of vacant buildings.
About $27,000 was spent on maintenance for the 12-car fleet in 2006. GIRARD — City council has
Fifty percent of Youngstown residents feel unsafe in their neighborhoods at night, a 2004 study
YOUNGSTOWN — Six years ago, they said the Youngstown 2010 plan could change the city’s fate.
YOUNGSTOWN — City resident Elsa Higby has a new concept for Youngstown: Buy local. The 41-year-old
Meth is a problem in northern Trumbull County, the sheriff says. BLOOMFIELD — For months,
A smaller snake, dog, cat and kittens were found in the garage. YOUNGSTOWN — Police officers
City council also dedicated $2,500 to the Crawford family. YOUNGSTOWN — City council has
Sixteen teams took part in the city’s baseball league last year. YOUNGSTOWN — West Side
The building is considered one of the area’s architectural gems. YOUNGSTOWN — There’s a new
Eight Mahoning County incumbents face challengers in the March primary. YOUNGSTOWN — The
YOUNGSTOWN — The Youngstown City School District may consider eliminating nighttime athletic events
The candlelight vigil took place at the site of the fire. THE SCENE OF A TRAGEDY was
Each Wednesday, when practice begins, Tony Sertick, 41, straps himself into his chair and rolls onto midcourt.
The JA program has been shown to increase college attendance. YOUNGSTOWN — The Youngstown City
The mayor used the event to highlight a new crime-prevention program. YOUNGSTOWN — It began in
The event concluded with fireworks and a ball drop. YOUNGSTOWN — The crowds that descended on
Tradition began with a 12-inch disco ball. YOUNGSTOWN — Each year in late December, four
Republicans have held the sheriff’s office for more than 60 years. LISBON — Three local law
Teralynn remains on the top of the donor list at the Cleveland Clinic for her weight class.
The organization has grown to include 50 chapters in seven states. POLAND — It’s community
The program partners with the military to bring basic supplies to poor children. VIENNA — As
Her mother knew right away that it was too late to save the teenager. POLAND — Days before
A mission staffer said he thinks layoffs are stressing local families this holiday season.
YOUNGSTOWN — Youngstown State University’s Centennial Campaign is $200,000 richer today thanks to a
LIBERTY — Lunch boxes and baby bibs, toy trains and remote-control airplanes. As the holiday
Athletics is a catalyst in out-of-state enrollments. YOUNGSTOWN — Before she submitted her
Nearly 900,000 Ohioans aren’t receiving needed help for substance abuse. YOUNGSTOWN — Heroin
The surplus is tied to increased enrollment among Valley high school grads. YOUNGSTOWN — A
The schools are anticipating high turnout for these two state championship football games.
Levies would bring an additional $5 million to $7 million per year. YOUNGSTOWN — In the
A defeated Campbell council member didn’t rule out running for election again. CAMPBELL —
The South Library, at 1771 Market St., will remain open while renovations are completed.