Paul Bevak of Campbell has rescued two pit bulls, and says any dog will behave when you treat and raise them properly.
By Robert Guttersohn email@example.com Girard A telephone rings, and when the elderly
By robert Guttersohn firstname.lastname@example.org YOUNGSTOWN Treasurers and fiscal officers from
By Robert Guttersohn email@example.com Liberty The police union and township officials are
For years, Orly Menash- erov’s Israeli students have asked why American students bother learning about the Holocaust.
For most of the past century, St. Rose Parish and the school associated with it have been staples in the city, leaving their mark on many of the city’s residents.
By Robert Guttersohn firstname.lastname@example.org Liberty Residents remember when Northgate
By Robert Guttersohn email@example.com Liberty The water is back on at the MetroPlex after
The MetroPlex, once praised as an all-in-one motel, convention center and banquet hall, has fallen behind on taxes and is accused of not paying Girard for the water it uses.
Using Q-tips, E.J. Blott Elementary students rubbed invisible ink on a blank square of paper.
By Robert Guttersohn firstname.lastname@example.org Liberty Although negotiations still continue, the
By Robert Guttersohn email@example.com Liberty After opposing turning over the township’s
By Robert Guttersohn firstname.lastname@example.org Hubbard City council on Monday unanimously approved
By Robert Guttersohn email@example.com Hubbard The city council is looking to regulate
By Robert Guttersohn firstname.lastname@example.org Hubbard The Hubbard city police allege that for
Officers from Canfield Police Department, Mahoning Valley Homicide Task Force and the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investigation were at Carriage Hill Apartments Wednesday after Stacey Sutera, a 40-year-old teacher, was shot and killed there around 7 a.m. as she got into her car. Police have issued an aggravated-murder warrant for Robert McLaughlin, 64, of Painesville, described as ex-military and armed and dangerous.
By Robert Guttersohn email@example.com Liberty Liberty residents no longer will have to
By Robert Guttersohn firstname.lastname@example.org Liberty Although the way the Liberty school
WITH A FAILED CONVERSION SCHOOL AND FINANCIAL RECORDS THAT ARE UNAUDITABLE, LIBERTY TOWNSHIP
By Robert Guttersohn email@example.com Hubbard The 6th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals in
The Ohio Leather Co. ceased production in 1971, but the plant site remains contaminated. Now Girard plans to foreclose on the property owners.The building, along North State Street in Girard, is picture above in its heyday in the 1940s.
By Robert Guttersohn firstname.lastname@example.org Liberty Settlement money still owed to the Liberty
By Robert Guttersohn email@example.com Girard Police said the man who was shot in the doorway of
By Robert Guttersohn firstname.lastname@example.org Girard City Council is calling for a statewide
The trustees voted 2 to 1 to table the resolution requesting its attorney look into the legality of controlling all types of gas drilling and injection wells.
Barbara Clelind has called Hubbard City home all her life and Hubbard Manor home for the past three years.
Ed Palestro, 82, operates Frank's Shoe Repair in the same 137-year-old house at the corner of North Main Street and Myron Avenue in Hubbard where his late father established the business in 1942. Ed will continue at the shop, but is retiring from 32 years of public service.
By Robert Guttersohn email@example.com Girard After 16 years of working part time as the
By robert Guttersohn firstname.lastname@example.org Liberty The township administration and its legal
Ben Stoyak holds a replica of a spinning wheel he brought back from a recent trip to India. Stoyak’s trip was part of an honors course at the University of Cincinnati for which he traveled for two weeks to villages on the west side of the country and studied the impact of their access to clean water.
By Robert Guttersohn email@example.com Liberty For the longest time, the growing racial
By Robert Guttersohn firstname.lastname@example.org Hubbard When Walt Sokac was a high school athlete,
About a dozen protesters from the Occupy Youngstown movement occupied the corner of Main Street and Hubbard Masury Road in protest of the brine injection well to be built there.
By Robert Guttersohn email@example.com Liberty Residents stepped from their cars early
Less than a month after Ohio Department of Natural Resources representatives took the three-hour drive from Columbus to Coitsville, they were back in the Mahoning Valley on Tuesday.
Children walked throughout the Davis Center of Fellows Riverside Gardens on Sunday in search of oddly placed items hidden throughout the building’s two stories and its garden.
Mackenzie Pasco of Hubbard, who has a rare, life-threatening disease, works on a drawing. She and her brother had a fundraiser at Fat’s Village Tavern in Hubbard to send children to Disney World in Orlando, Fla., as part of the Make-A-Wish Foundation program.
The Trumbull County coroner ruled Keith Jornigan’s death a suicide Tuesday, the day after police found his body in his parents’ home after an almost four-hour standoff.
An apparently troubled marriage that began in 2007 ended Monday afternoon when Keith Jornigan was found dead in a Girard house after attacking his wife earlier in the day.
Sarah Clark, 15, of Hubbard has earned distinction as the only harpist to perform in the Youngstown Symphony Youth Orchestra. The YSYO performs Sunday at Powers Auditorium.
While thousands learned about the Utica Shale industry inside the Covelli Centre, Youngstown police arrested seven environmental protesters on the city’s West Side.
By Robert Guttersohn firstname.lastname@example.org Liberty The board of education approved having the
By robert Guttersohn email@example.com Hubbard The city received a $4.9 million grant
Girard High School seniors Zack Teter, 17, and David Meigs, 18, hope to combine their creative talents to bring $75,000 worth of high-tech instructional equipment to their school.
Girard Mayor James Melfi found out about a brine injection well in the same way his residents did.
By Robert Guttersohn firstname.lastname@example.org Liberty A second fire in eight days within the same
By Robert Guttersohn email@example.com Hubbard Hubbard Township zoning granted the owner
Pastors, politicians, police officers and community activists filled St. Luke Church on Sunday to chart plans for positive change in the Mahoning Valley at the 10th annual ACTION public meeting.
Births St. Elizabeth Health Center Dawna and Timothy Toth, Canfield, girl, Oct. 29 ST. Joseph
Staff report Warren The National Packard Museum will play host to The Great Race on June 29,