Humane agents acted on complaint
Man could face death penalty if convicted of May homicide
Investigator credits demolition program for reduction
Will be placed in Indianola Avenue station
By JOE GORMAN email@example.com YOUNGSTOWN The case of a man whose conviction for murdering an
Prosecutors recommending six year sentence
Jurors deliberated over parts of two days
Replaces old station in Brownlee Woods
Construction got underway last August on Youngstown Fire Department's new Station No. 9 at Ipes Field on East Midlothian Boulevard on the city’s South Side. A ribbon-cutting is taking place today at the new firehouse, which replaced the old station down the street at Sheridan Road, which was built in the early 1900s and was riddled with mice and rats.
House on South Side had plenty of heat
Deadlocks on other charges
Proceeds to fund Hartzell scholarship fund
Witness testimony is questioned for both appellants
The three Mahoning Valley men have been charged under the federal Hobbs Act.
Crew of four will be helping out
Found in running car in middle of road
Had prior robbery charges in Pennsylvania
Victim's father murdered later, mother wounded
Received 18 to 43 year sentence in 1992
Spent several days in hospital
Sentenced for involuntary manslaughter, aggravated robbery
BCI mum on what they are looking for
Never saw defendant do actual stabbing
Baby is in Akron Children's Hospital in Boardman
Family did not want him prosecuted
Also get lot of ammunition
Man indicted in fatal September accident
The defendant could be sentenced to death if convicted.
Of the 105 dogs seized from Terri Wylie's Smith Township 'puppy mill,' only four she was planning to sell Friday had been bathed. A humane agent said conditions were so deplorable he would have confiscated the dogs even without a warrant. Wylie has had 40 cases filed against her since 1993, and faces numerous animal cruelty charges.
Rich Infante of Niles uses a cutting torch to dismantle a portion of the former Wean United Building in downtown Youngstown. A large portion of the structure, which used to claim 1,300 workers in the city's bustling downtown but became an eyesore in recent years, is coming down. If a tenant isn't found for the remaining section by May, that also will come down.
The highlight of Dean Michael's career was tracking down a Mafia big-wig.
Also had almost $900 in previous case
Victim said he told suspect he had no more to give
Expected to leave in the middle of jury selection
Babysitter accused in infant's death
Agents answered more than 100 calls in 72 hour period
Both children are with relatives
He wants to restructure ranks to get more officers in the neighborhoods.
Suspect awaiting trip back to Mahoning County
Says wants to work with schools
Council, BOC hold last meetings of 2013
Other top stories were the planned racino in Austintown and the continued popularity of the Chevrolet Cruze.
Given trespass warning day before
Robert Joshua likes Christmas so much that he began decorating the Ottawa Avenue home he owns in the Idora neighborhood of the South Side the day after Halloween.
Man found in driveway, juvenile shot in foot
Suspect claimed in letter he was set up
Victim told police he was shot trying to return a bag
Brandon Wallace, 18, has a sentencing in a previous case he pleaded guilty to in common pleas court pending in juvenile court, which complicates the gang case he is a part of.
Police find drug paraphernalia during arrest
James Lottier, 73, of St. Louis Avenue, was to be sentenced in Mahoning County Common Pleas Court for a felony charge of theft for taking more than $13,000 from American Legion Post 504.