Guests line up at Wick Park for free hot dogs and hamburgers served at Youngstown Night Out. The event is part of National Night Out, which is celebrated in 15,000 communities across the country and Canada to bring together community officials, block watches and police as a unified force to curb crime.
Dylan Crump’s modified Model T carries his coffin from the funeral home to the cemetery, with more than 40 vehicles following. Mary Crump, Dylan’s mother, said most of the cars in the procession had been worked on by her son, who had owned 42 vehicles himself during his five years of driving. He inherited the Model T from his grandfather.
Hubbard City Police Sgt. Chris Moffitt, left, instructs while Joseph Wilson plays the good guy during an active shooter training exercise recently at Hubbard Middle School.
Celebrating the beginning of work at the Austintown racino site are, from left: Tim Wilmott of Penn National Gaming; state Rep. Tom Letson of Warren, D-63rd; Don Crane, president of the Western Reserve Building and Construction Trades Council; Mahoning County Commisioner David Ditzler; Austintown Trustee Jim Davis; state Rep. Ron Gerberry of Austintown, D-59th; Eric Schippers, Penn National senior vice president of public affairs; state Rep. Robert Hagan of Youngstown, D-58th; U.S. Rep. Tim Ryan of Niles, D-13th; and Mahoning County Commissioner Anthony Traficanti.