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Katie Seminara

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Residents to corner food stores: We’re fed up

Some residents believe cleansing markets of alcohol sales or shutting them down could deter crime

Covelli name to be center of attention in 3-year pact

A Warren-based restaurant chain owner’s name will replace Chevy’s name. YOUNGSTOWN — Concerts,

Mahoning Dems elect attorney as party chairman

A Boardman man is the new Mahoning County Democratic Party treasurer. YOUNGSTOWN — Unity was

Legions honor Fitch choir for 37 years of service

LAKE MILTON — Seeing “Mamma Mia” on Broadway or doing a musical theater workshop may sound like the

Public forum addresses deconstruction in city

Youngstown planners are looking toward a more innovative way to tear down blight in the community.


Nick Marciano shows two AK-47 firearms that are held in one of the Youngstown Police Department’s evidence vaults. Marciano, an officer of 34 years, estimated that 35 percent of guns confiscated are assault type weapons, rifles and shotguns.

South Side house riddled with bullets

Arguments among relatives led to one woman’s being shot and one house shattered by more than 40

Woman hurt in confusion during gunfire

YOUNGSTOWN — Kids enjoying the spring sunshine on the city’s South Side were rattled after late-

Dancers prove their mettle

Two local Irish step dancers tested their chops at the international level. YOUNGSTOWN — In

Youngstown police shoot ‘aggressive’ dog 13 times

The dog was killed by a police officer during the search for a suspect on the South Side.

Salf-defense class for teen girls in Youngstown aims to strengthen self-confidence

YOUNGSTOWN — Self-defense isn’t just about fighting back. It’s about evaluating situations and

Budget woes force libraries to cut spending and hours

YOUNGSTOWN — The Public Library of Youngstown and Mahoning County started making cuts to cope with

Living with LESS

Marc Grier of Youngstown looks through DVDs at the Newport Branch of the Public Library of Youngstown and Mahoning County.

Hope lingers in Lordstown

LORDSTOWN — Some are banking on Lordstown’s future in the face of more hardship facing General

Group works to insure children

A local coalition is working to ensure that children of the Valley receive health insurance.

Helping Other Women focuses on furniture needs

A Youngstown organization channels its efforts into getting women, their children and their

New name brings more to children’s museum

More science, technology, math and engineering exhibits are at the downtown museum.

WRTA board to solicit bids for office project

The new countywide WRTA board selected a president and vice president. YOUNGSTOWN — The

Joe Kaluza ‘feels great’ 1 year after South Avenue shooting

The former KFC manager says he’s ‘holding up’ after being paralyzed March 24, 2008. YOUNGSTOWN

YPD women in blue reflect on 30 years

Anita Davis wanted to be a translator. So she studied Russian at Youngstown State University.

Women officers in Youngstown Police Department witness big changes over 30 years

YOUNGSTOWN — Anita Davis wanted to be a translator. So, she studied Russian at Youngstown State

CityScape prepares to tidy up downtown

Youngstown CityScape kicks off the 2009 Streetscape project with an extra $500 donated by Sam’s

Grow Youngstown focuses on fresh crops

Two upcoming events will highlight the mission of Grow Youngstown. YOUNGSTOWN — Gardening is

Soldier thanks Harding students

The fourth-graders learned the significance of touching the lives of others. If the kids in

Irish dancers in Valley get their kicks on St. Pat’s Day

YOUNGSTOWN — Energetic crowds keep the feet of dancers from the Burke School of Irish Dance moving

Library in a bind after loss of $335K

When fall rolls around, the Public Library of Youngstown and Mahoning County may need to cut the


Big Daddy knows what’s best for Our Valley Cooks The closest most people get to food prepared

Library board purchases land for expansion of Canfield branch

CANFIELD — Library users could see an expansion of the Canfield Library within the next couple of

2 city groups recognized for making an impact

YOUNGSTOWN — Community organizing and the creation of jobs helped two city organizations receive an

City to host first Dash

Downtown Youngstown and local venues urge residents and visitors to paint the town green Friday.

Youngstown Division named Task Force of the Year

The award goes to the top task force, said the Northern Ohio District U.S. Marshal. YOUNGSTOWN

Flick of switch can summon help

The Mahoning Valley Task Force hopes flashing bulbs will assist area residents in times of

Lowellville pupils take on the world

LOWELLVILLE — In preparation for a global math challenge, third-graders at Lowellville Elementary

11-year-old suspect in killing moved to facility in Erie

NEW CASTLE, Pa. — Since being charged with criminal homicide, 11-year-old Jordan Brown has been in

WRTA board covers broad area

YOUNGSTOWN — The new Western Reserve Transit Authority board members should start their terms with

Boy’s preliminary hearing delayed

Jordan Brown was moved to a juvenile detention center Wednesday. NEW CASTLE, Pa. — Jordan

Officials to explore if child fully understood actions

The minds of juveniles don’t quite measure up to the minds of adults, a counselor says. The

Boy’s homicide case prompts mixed emotions in Wampum

WAMPUM, Pa. — A preliminary hearing Thursday is the next legal step for an 11-year-old Lawrence

YOUNGSTOWN — At 8 years old, Noah Zoldan of Canfield has a boxing hero his parents condone.

YOUNGSTOWN — At 8 years old, Noah Zoldan of Canfield has a boxing hero his parents condone. “It’s

YOUNGSTOWN — The downtown crowd for the Pavlik-Rubio fight reminded Dan O’Nesti, 69, of

YOUNGSTOWN — The downtown crowd for the Pavlik-Rubio fight reminded Dan O’Nesti, 69, of Hubbard of

Newport library opens at Market/Midlothian

YOUNGSTOWN — Laura Olivier envisions walking to the new Newport Branch Library with her two

Get set for frenzied festivities before, during and after the fight

Where there’s a big event, there are big parties. This weekend, Youngstown will host one of the

Fisher’s visit provides hope in blight battle

YOUNGSTOWN — The community involvement in a public meeting with state and local officials left Mayor

Local finalists vie for honor to sing the anthem

The main event at the Chevrolet Centre doesn’t come until Saturday, but some nonboxing competitors

One for the books: East Branch of public library is dedicated

YOUNGSTOWN — More than 75 years ago, Edward Orlando, 87, of Youngstown, started using the East


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