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Peter H. Milliken

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Director of YMHA is finalist for Omaha post

By PETER H. MILLIKEN milliken@vindy.com YOUNGSTOWN Clifford Scott, the executive director of

Probate worker placed on probation

By PETER H. MILLIKEN milliken@vindy.com YOUNGSTOWN Donald D. Gaudio Jr. again has been placed

Falcons hatch chicks on ledge of courthouse

By PETER H. MILLIKEN milliken@vindy.com YOUNGSTOWN Stammy and Stellar, downtown Youngs- town’s

Program seeks to continue despite loss of funding

By PETER H. MILLIKEN milliken@vindy.com YOUNGSTOWN The Youngstown Metropolitan Housing

3 appear in court on charges of murder

By JOHN W. GOODWIN JR. and PETER MILLIKEN news@vindy.com YOUNGSTOWN Three men charged with

Oakhill prosecutors tried to intimidate judges, Cafaro interests allege in filing

By PETER H. MILLIKEN milliken@vindy.com YOUNGSTOWN Special prosecutors in the Oakhill

Pursuit policy probed in wake of crash

By PETER H. MILLIKEN milliken@vindy.com YOUNGSTOWN The city police department has launched an

Driver dies after high-speed crash into landmark Youngstown church

By PETER H. MILLIKEN milliken@vindy.com YOUNGSTOWN A speeding car being chased by police

Bark for Life: Dogs, owners battle cancer

By PETER H. MILLIKEN milliken@vindy.com YOUNGSTOWN The dogs participating in Sunday’s downtown

Antonini’s plea deal mandates full cooperation

By PETER H. MILLIKEN milliken@vindy.com AKRON If Lisa A. Antonini, former Mahoning County

Cafaro motion calls for dismissal

FILING ACCUSES GAINS OF ‘VINDICTIVE CAMPAIGN’ By PETER H. MILLIKEN milliken@vindy.com

Judge Wolff defends sealing of Oakhill bills

By PETER H. MILLIKEN milliken@vindy.com YOUNSTOWN The trial judge in the Oakhill Renaissance

Mahoning County approves annexing land for golf links

By PETER H. MILLIKEN milliken@vindy.com YOUNGSTOWN Mahoning County commissioners have approved

Police raid South Side neighborhood

Multiple law-enforcement agencies converged again on a South Side neighborhood, this time using search warrants and seizing vehicles.

Interim treasurer resigns as councilman-at-large

Daniel R. Yemma, interim Mahoning County treasurer, has resigned as a Struthers councilman-at-large.

Gains threatens to sue over budget

By PETER H. MILLIKEN milliken@vindy.com YOUNGSTOWN If the Mahoning County commissioners don’t

Yemma named interim treasurer; Antonini hearing June 3 in Akron

By PETER H. MILIKEN milliken@vindy.com BOARDMAN Mahoning County commissioners have unanimously

Mother draws 3-year prison term

The mother of a 58-day-old baby, who died in his parents’ North Evanston Avenue residence nearly four years ago, was sentenced to three years in prison after pleading no contest to a child-endangering charge.

Man gets four years for drive-by shooting

A 20-year-old Cedar Lane man will be locked up for four years for his role in the drive-by shooting of a 7-year-old girl last year.

Gains: Bill indicates guilty plea by Antonini

All indications point to a guilty plea by Lisa A. Antonini, who abruptly resigned as Mahoning County treasurer within hours of being charged with a single felony count of honest-services mail fraud in a bill of information.

Top court removes paralegal deposition in Oakhill case

The Ohio Supreme Court has removed from evidence the deposition of a paralegal in a public-records dispute related to the Oakhill Renaissance Place criminal conspiracy case.

Mahoning County Treasurer quits after charge

In this March 25, 2010, Vindicator File Photo, Lisa Antonini speaks to the media about the purchase by the county of Oakhill Renaissance Place.

Top court upholds 310-year sentence for arsonist who killed 6

The Ohio Supreme Court has refused to hear the appeal of Michael A. Davis, letting stand his conviction and three-century-plus prison sentence for setting a house fire that killed six people on Youngstown’s East Side.

Officials endorse funds to protect watersheds

The Mahoning County commissioners have endorsed applications by the Mill Creek MetroParks for $566,250 in state Clean Ohio Conservation Program funds for land acquisition and preservation.

Judge to issue warrant for witness

A judge said he’ll issue a material- witness warrant for the arrest and detention of a woman who identified Jamar Houser.

Purchasing slip-up nearly costs Mahoning County $4,400

Mahoning County nearly spent thousands of dollars more than necessary for new furniture, equipment and supplies that were delivered to that court earlier this year.

Woman ID’d St. Dom shooter, detective says

By PETER H. MILLIKEN milliken@vindy.com YOUNGSTOWN A woman driving west on Lucius Avenue

Director of HR, dog warden are hired in Mahoning County

By PETER H. MILLIKEN milliken@vindy.com CANFIELD The Mahoning County commissioners have hired

Belinky stays action on jailing Goldberg

By PETER H. MILLIKEN milliken@vindy.com YOUNGSTOWN Mahoning County Probate Judge Mark Belinky

YMHA reinstates director to active status

By PETER H. MILLIKEN milliken@vindy.com YOUNGSTOWN The Youngstown Metropolitan Housing

Opening statements given in child-molestation trial

An assistant county prosecutor maintains that a 34-year-old Campbell man sexually molested two girls early in 2009, when they were 4 and 5 years old.

Boardman planners suggest rezoning for plaza

The Mahoning County Planning Commission has recommended rezoning land along Market Street in Boardman to accommodate a new retail plaza.

Cost concerns obstruct court’s move toward e-filing

E-filing would reduce paper and postage costs and expedite the workflow in Mahoning County Common Pleas Court, according to court officials.

Water damages Mahoning County Courthouse

By PETER H. MILLIKEN milliken@vindy.com YOUNGSTOWN Once the heating season ends, 14 boilers

Debate goes on in Oakhill complaint

By PETER H. MILLIKEN milliken@vindy.com YOUNGSTOWN The debate continues on the status of a

Officials reject bids for Western Reserve road project

The Mahoning County commissioners have rejected bids for the widening of Western Reserve Road between Tippecanoe Road and state Route 46 and re-advertised the job.

Officials could legally raise bed tax

Mahoning County officials have learned they can legally raise the county’s hotel and motel bed tax, but two of the three county commissioners don’t favor doing so.

Falcons again rule the roost outside Regional Chamber

Downtown’s peregrine falcons once again have chosen the Youngstown-Warren Regional Chamber as their nesting site.

High court will hear winery-exemption case

The Ohio Supreme Court will hear oral arguments this week in Cambridge on whether a small winery on the east shore of Lake Milton qualifies under state law for an agricultural exemption from Milton Township zoning laws.

New maps help cyclists navigate city’s streets

New maps help cyclists navigate city’s streets By PETER H. MILLIKEN milliken@vindy.com

South Side inspection notes public nuisances

Cicero Davis, environmental health director for the Youngstown Health Department, and Brenda Williams, the city’s chief building official, take note of an abandoned gasoline station at 1225 Oak Hill Ave. during a Friday inspection.

Demise of tax deepens agency losses

By PETER H. MILLIKEN milliken@vindy.com YOUNGSTOWN Accelerated phase-out of state payments to

Uncle Sam gives income-tax filers 3-day extension

The IRS wants people to know they will get a little more time to file their income tax returns this year.

McNally calls for more scrutiny of pension contributions

Mahoning County is paying more than $12 million in contributions to employees’ retirement pensions, something that should be re-examined in upcoming negotiations, says the chairman of the county commissioners.

Puzzling Problem

The county has 1,735 employees and 17 labor contracts. Of the 17 bargaining units, six are now engaged in negotiations.

Thefts from churches result in probation

By PETER H. MILLIKEN milliken@vindy.com YOUNGSTOWN A Canfield woman has been sentenced to five

Creditors of Forum fight on for funds

The unsecured creditors of the former Forum Health system are still trying to get more than $12 million in unrestricted donations to charitable foundations that supported Forum’s hospitals.

Company cancels plans to build waste-burning plant

The company that proposed to build and operate a $250 million waste-burning electric-power plant in Smith Township, Mahoning County, has canceled its plans to build the plant.

Officials dock Gains’ budget $100K

Mahoning County Prosecutor Paul J. Gains says he hasn’t decided whether he’ll partly or fully rescind pay raises he gave his staff now that the county commissioners have docked his budget $100,000.

Magistrate liens total $146K

Magistrate Dominic J. DeLaurentis Jr. of Mahoning County Common Pleas Court owes $146,122 in a series of state income-tax liens in connection with his former law practice.

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