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Jeanne Starmack

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Looking for a Christmas gift? Try the Villa Shoppe

Down a country road and tucked away in a private community near the Ohio-Pennsylvania border, a world of shopping awaits.

Pa. Township gets ready to enact zoning

A township that fought a halfway house development four years ago will consider zoning as Marcellus Shale gas-well development advances.

There’s more in ‘store’ for Struthers Elementary kids

The PTA has set the stage to help kids spend their Christmas shopping dollars wisely.

Mahoning County 2013 budget nudges past $50M

2013 budget of $50.3M has increase of $634K over 2012

The sheriff's budget, right now, will not allow for hiring additional deputies and fully reopening the main jail.

Vicinity of Campbell homicide called safe

Kirwan Homes area in city has few crime problems, cops say

By JEANNE STARMACK starmack@vindy.com CAMPBELL The public-housing complex in Campbell is

Fire-services rating in Campbell improves

By jeanne starmack starmack@vindy.com campbell Campbell’s fire-services classification has

Struthers BOE mulls over WKTL options

By JEANNE STARMACK starmack@vindy.com STRUTHERS Two competitors over the fate of the Struthers

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Driver held in death of boy, 7, in New Castle

A driver accused of running down two children in a New Castle, PA., yard Sunday remains in jail with no bond while witnesses recall details of the horrific accident.

Lawrence County works out plan to handle shale-site emergencies

By jeanne starmack starmack@vindy.com new castle, pa. Lawrence County has developed an

Speed bump legislation introduced

By jeanne starmack starmack@vindy.com campbell Fasten your seat belts in the Sanderson Avenue

Farrell entrepreneurs get their feet wet in shoe industry

By jeanne starmack starmack@vindy.com farrell, pa. You can’t always go bare when it comes to

Charges look likely in accident fueled by alcohol and road rage

By jeanne starmack starmack@vindy.com new wilmington, pa. Police are still considering charges

Death threat made against council

By jeanne starmack starmack@vindy.com struthers Police are investigating a death threat

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Campbell students treated to event at Skate Zone

Campbell students treated to event at Skate Zone

If you’re a fourth- grader, getting a half-day off from school is swell — but getting to spend that half-day skating?

Probe finds 3 Campbell cops 'negligent' in inmate’s self-cutting

By jeanne starmack starmack@vindy.com campbell An internal-affairs investigator has decided

Campbell windfall to go into infrastructure

By jeanne starmack starmack@vindy.com campbell Campbell’s city council has yet to discuss exactly what to spend an $830,000 windfall on but agrees it will be on infrastructure, says the council president.

Girard man admits breaking into cars in Struthers

By jeanne starmack starmack@vindy.com STRUTHERS A man accused in several car break-ins

Record expunged for Struthers school board member Carcelli

By JEANNE STARMACK starmack@vindy.com STRUTHERS A Struthers school board member has had his

Donations help Masury center fulfill mission

Donations help Masury center fulfill mission

By jeanne starmack starmack@vindy.com MASURY Sherry Swetz walked purposefully across the

Strickland, Castro, first lady wow delegates at DNC

First lady Michelle Obama addressed the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, N.C., Tuesday night, saying her husband reminds her the nation's economic recovery is a "long game," that change is hard and slow and never happens all at once. She was introduced by Elaine Brye, a former teacher from Columbiana County.

Summit of Akron seeks radio license

By jeanne starmack starmack@vindy.com struthers The Summit of Akron hopes to get the license

Volunteers remove weeds, litter to restore pride to Campbell

Volunteers remove weeds, litter to restore pride to city

By jeanne starmack starmack@vindy.com campbell They stood on the corner of Coitsville Road

Man in custody after standoff

By jeanne starmack starmack@vindy.com campbell A standoff that began Monday night with

New castle Police seek help in probe of arsons

By jeanne starmack starmack@vindy.com new castle, pa. City police and fire departments want

In region’s racino race, Austintown takes lead

By jeanne starmack starmack@vindy.com new castle, pa. They’re not exactly neck and neck. A

Lowellville schools mull leasing land for drilling

Texas-based company offers $4,000 to $5,000 per acre

By jeanne starmack starmack@vindy.com lowellville The Lowellville school board is considering

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Stunning storm

Possible tornado catches Girard area by surprise

Mike Costarella was sitting in his garage when what apparently was a small tornado swept through 50 feet away from his Dravis Street house Sunday afternoon.

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Hospital playground constructed with compassion

While the weather would not cooperate, volunteers who did gathered to build a playground this weekend at Akron Children’s Hospital in Boardman.

Volunteer-led mural project to depict Struthers landmarks

Marian Kutlesa and John McCormick demonstrate their artistic talent on a mural being painted on a wall along State Street near Bridge Street in Struthers. The mural was the brainchild and design of Rachell Joy, center, at left, a graphic artist at Youngstown State University and a member of First Ward Block Watch. The mural is a Block Watch beautification project

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Campbell to receive $836K windfall

The city council and mayor have not talked about what to do with an $836,000 windfall, but resurfacing streets is a possibility, Mayor Bill VanSuch said.

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Officer stopped by OSHP is fired

The Struthers city administration has fired a police officer who is charged with drinking, then driving.

Ethnic radio programs in jeopardy on Struthers station

By jeanne starmack starmack@vindy.com STRUTHERS As the Struthers school board ponders whether

CAMPBELL Council to vote on leasing mineral rights

By jeanne starmack starmack@vindy.com campbell City council will meet Monday morning to vote

Roads to close for Lowellville festival

By jeanne starmack starmack@vindy.com lowellville The box truck was not supposed to be on the

Lowellville seeks upgrade of 911 network

By jeanne starmack starmack@vindy.com lowellville On a domestic call in November, Lowellville

BROWNFIELD CLEANUP Campbell picks company to handle job

By jeanne starmack starmack@vindy.com campbell The city has chosen a consultant to manage a

Ex-New Castle police chief sues city over his dismissal

By jeanne starmack starmack@vindy.com NEW CASTLE, PA. The former New Castle, Pa., police

Campbell officials address stormwater management

By JEANNE STARMACK starmack@vindy.com CAMPBELL People who live in and near Campbell’s Pin Oaks

State to review funding for worker in Campbell

By jeanne starmack starmack@vindy.com campbell The city’s municipal judge has ordered funding

Iron City Wood Products prepares to expand to Youngstown

By jeanne starmack starmack@vindy.com campbell Inside a small office building on Wilson Avenue

Financing sought to build steel mill

By jeanne starmack starmack@vindy.com campbell Sherman International is trying to get

Time’s Afghanistan reporter returns home armed with stories

By jeanne starmack starmack@vindy.com youngstown He misses it most about home — the stone

John Birch Society makes a comeback

Mainstream GOP echoes attack of right-wing group

By JEANNE STARMACK starmack@vindy.com sharon, pa. The John Birch Society, a once-prominent

Foreign students become part of Mahoning Valley families

Foreign-exchange students become part of their American families

It’s the little things that often trip up the foreign- exchange students who bravely come to spend a year studying in America.

Animal shelter to be built in New Castle

By jeanne starmack starmack@vindy.com new castle, pa. After years of trying to finalize a

Shannon Clarke gets jail term for burning, abusing dog

Lawyer thinks sentence conflicts with state law

A man convicted of animal cruelty in the burning and abandonment of a dog last year was sentenced Friday.

Former owner of bowling alley sentenced for corruption of boys

By jeanne starmack starmack@vindy.com mercer, pa. The former owner of a bowling alley was

Brazen slaying occurs in North Side driveway

By jeanne starmack starmack@vindy.com YOUNGSTOWN Five people were sitting on the porch of a

Community center plans in Campbell gain steam

By jeanne starmack starmack@vindy.com campbell A committee that’s raising money to buy a

Jordan Brown found guilty in slayings, awaits sentencing

Jordan Brown, now 14, was declared guilty Friday of killing Kenzie Houk, his father's fiancee, and her third child, a son who was about two weeks from delivery. Houk is shown above with her two daughters, whom Jordan considered stepsisters. Jordan was 11 at the time of the slaying and when police took the above photo.

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