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Shelby Schroeder

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Lyell hoping for a repeat

The Niles boxer enjoyed a big win over a European in 2009. By JOE SCALZO The last time Billy

PBS explains problems with its signal strength

WNEO PBS’ digital signal goes full power. YOUNGSTOWN — Digital television-ready residents

Security group returns after tour of duty in Iraq

VIENNA — Upon returning home, 13 security force members who were stationed in Iraq were thrilled to

No place like home

VIENNA — Upon returning home, 13 security force members who were stationed in Iraq were thrilled to see snow on the ground.

Cortland plans several large projects this year

Construction of a new water tank is on the project list. CORTLAND — A string of large-scale

Students take bite of history on inaugural trip

Cupcakes and brownies paved the way to one group’s chance to witness Obama’s swearing-in.

Howland future shaped with interactive planning

The township is looking for its evolved direction. HOWLAND — Ten years after Howland unveiled

Volunteers campaign for pet food

Former Obama campaigners are barking up a new tree. NILES — In a wave of election-inspired

Howland plans action to relieve flooding

The township hopes storm-water problems will be resolved when the projects are done. HOWLAND

Juvenile diversion program’s end leaves school officials worried

The loss of the diversion program means one less option for troubled teens. HOWLAND — School

Liberty trustees appoint new police chief

Township officials say Liberty’s new police chief is a good fit. LIBERTY — Township trustees

Cortland, ODOT to resurface routes; city to construct pump

CORTLAND — City council members began the new year by passing a round of ordinances Monday to

Gone fishin’ for a new home

A Cornersburg fish tale? A fish fanatic is seeking a place for his Paco. CORNERSBURG —

Boardman woman wins trip to inaugural

The Wittenberg student will witness the presidential swearing-in firsthand. BOARDMAN — By

Boardman woman ‘with no clue’ on elections wins tickets to inaugural

The Wittenberg student will witness the presidential swearing-in firsthand. BOARDMAN — By

New Year's delivery

Couple’s first child doubles as Valley’s first ’09 baby Mahoning’s first baby of 2009 brought a

Suspect in police chase held in lieu of $225,000 in bonds

The Niles man rear-ended a police van during the chase, authorities said. WARREN — A Niles man

Families shop with cops

The Niles Police Department helped Santa once again. NILES — With little white on the ground

Fourth-graders learn by doing

Giving something away is the spirit of the holiday, pupils learn. BOARDMAN — Banding together,

Youngstown police honor Chaplaincy Corps for service

The Youngstown Police Chaplaincy Corps marks two decades of service. YOUNGSTOWN — A few top

Dragster designers ace race

School instructors put a spin on science projects. YOUNGSTOWN — Students at Choffin Career and

Cash robbery, car theft end with arrests of two

A woman was pistol-whipped early Tuesday in a Super K parking lot. HOWLAND — Two Warren men

Mailing hits peak as holiday nears

The season for shipping and receiving is here. HOWLAND — Lining up at the post office is for

Howland school board OKs insurance coverage, nonfaculty salaries

HOWLAND — Township school board members approved big-budget items in advance of the 2009 academic

Sponsors recognize YSU autism center

A Howland couple shares their good fortune with others. LIBERTY — Guests walking into the

Board commits to hiring of development director

HOWLAND — Amid an agenda of year-end bookkeeping by trustees was a commitment to hiring a two-county

Howland board discusses algebra

Board members consider new educational requirements for 2014. HOWLAND — School board members

Christmas tree brightens city

A holiday tradition brings multicolored merriment to downtown Youngstown. YOUNGSTOWN — Brave

Trumbull opens new safe house for abused

The Children’s Center will help integrate abused children back into families and society.

Cause of power outage in Hubbard not clear

Some Hubbard residents were without power for nearly 14 hours. HUBBARD — Ohio Edison has not

Fun Flavored Fudge finds its way to TV show

A mother’s innovative take on fudge has drawn national attention. WARREN — A daughter’s sweet

Author weaves love, cultures into novel

The Youngstowner explores modern life in Japan. YOUNGSTOWN — With a new novel about the bonds


Green Team calls for year-end tonnage boost Recycling numbers in the county have not yet exceeded

Separated by distance, bound by friendship

CHILDHOOD CHUMS MEET IN FLORIDA, reminisce about life in hubbard

A friendship built in a small town is still strong for seven women across the country.

A friendship built in a small town is still strong for seven women across the country. HUBBARD

Infante gives assuring State of City address

Niles’ mayor said the city’s future is bright. NILES — Mayor Ralph Infante boasted business

Ohio recognizes veteran’s local contributions

A Warren man is being honored for his passion for helping other vets. WARREN — The state will

Kids see hopeful future with Obama

To many children, the question of whether a president could be black had barely occurred to them.

Killer sent to prison for life

The victim’s father says he will never forgive her husband, the killer. WARREN — A man who

In Howland, boardwalk puts nature’s beauty in perspective

Residents find a new way to admire the seasons. HOWLAND — A new township attraction is

Home builders see bright future for city

Home builders were offered encouraging words about the economic future. BOARDMAN — Education

Niles parade draws candy-loving kids

The turnout for the parade increased this year. NILES — Wee wizards, tiny terrors and small

Anti-Obama billboard draws angry comments

A state lawmaker says he’ll call his colleagues about not using Lamar Advertising.

At hearing, Howland residents are OK with vehicle ban

A ban on vehicles on public property moves forward. HOWLAND — Some township residents approve

Cortland council discusses sewer, water ordinances

One project would allow more water to be sent to the downtown area. CORTLAND — City council

Grandparents get to spend school day with grandkids

1A revival of a decades-old tradition in the district, Thursday’s Grandparents Day invited pupils’


Niles pupils get lesson in family togetherness 1About 70 pupils participated in the fifth

Planters nutty icon disappears from renovated downtown span

Planters nutty icon disappears from renovated downtown span 1Since then, the link from


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