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A visiting judge will be selected to oversee the criminal case of the former Mahoning County auditor

Mahoning Co. judge recuses herself from case alleging computer misuse

The ex-auditor is facing 25 felony counts


Youngstown to negotiate a contract with a firm to design a downtown amphitheater and river-park

Panel to work with Columbus architectural firm

The city and the firm will seek grants and other funding to pay for the project


This was the third wettest June in the Mahoning Valley’s weather history

Last month was third-rainiest June in Valley’s recorded weather history

There was a foot of rain in some areas, based on unofficial counts


Downtown Youngstown property agency wants to have a structure built at a vacant downtown location

The location has been a fenced-in hole since two buildings were demolished seven years ago


Two more inches of rain expected to start tonight

The heavy rain isn’t in the forecast after the weekend


Youngstown signed a deal to target speeders on highways and in school zones

Police to use radar guns to photograph offenders

Those caught speeding would pay a fee, but not be convicted of a moving violation


Campbell’s mayor is being challenged by a retired city police officer

The law director race pits two candidates who’ve run against each other twice for the post


The ex-Mahoning County auditor is accused of illegally using government-owned computers and software more than 300 times

They were used to raise money to keep him in office, court documents claim


A witness list in the Oakhill criminal-corruption case will be provided by Friday

The two sides agree on protocol for witnesses to hear and see confidential evidence


An agreement in the Oakhill criminal-corruption case will allow certain defense witnesses to hear secret recordings

Prosecutors will provide the rest of their evidence to the defense in about a week


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