By WILLIAM K. ALCORN firstname.lastname@example.org HOWLAND Marina Donadio’s winning smile not only makes
Got a pilot's eye view of taxi ride in a C-130 Hercules cargo plane
Local ALS Walk is Sept. 28 at Eastwood Field in Niles
Help is available
Focus is on people who live and work downtown/events open to all
Director of Youngstown Minority Health Office resigns
Their families bond, wonder what might have been
Brown touted the legislation at Akron Children's Hospital Mahoning Valley
Scenes from WWII, Korea, Vietnam and Iraq/Afghan wars depicted
Radiation shrunk cancer 50 percent
Tax receipts for donations provided during store hours
Youngstowner Breen O. Bannon took the 'challenge'
Jaslyn Abrams woke up at 6 a.m. in the bed she was sharing with her 21/2-month-old daughter, Noelle, at a friend’s house in Warren.
Social media is the way to reach pregnant women
Ohio ranks 50th highest of all states in black babies’ infant mortality rates. “Our numbers are similar to those of a Third World country,” Youngstown's acting health commissioner says.
The death of actor-comedian Robin Williams has opened up a national conversation about depression. Here, Mahoning Valley mental health professionals offer how to recognize and deal with depression in yourself or others. One notes that men often find it more difficult to ask for help, but said more are calling the Help Hotline Crisis Center.
By WILLIAM K. ALCORN email@example.com AUSTINTOWN The Mahoning County Board of Development
Level of services not reduced
Shawn Tiberio, former Marine, is team captain
Warren's Community Solutions staff wrote the program in 2003
Russ Sr. drowned in a tank accident after surviving the Battle of the Bulge
Honorary chairmen: Jay Williams, Douglas Franklin, Glenn Holmes
Another 28,000 square feet of the hospital was updated.
Porfirio Esparra Jr. appointed to the health board
Mentors don't function as parents or teachers, just adult friends
By WILLIAM K. ALCORN firstname.lastname@example.org YOUNGSTOWN The family of Dr. John H. O. Bleacher, the
Auditioned to perform at Arizona Diamondbacks baseball game in Phoenix
Four months later, Robert Matthews is ready to go back to work
Dr. Saadi is strong advocate for Lebanon in the U.S.
Most common bullying is physical and name-calling
Crush ALS/Team Bannon is largest fundraiser in the annual Tri-State Trek
Linda Riley stands in front of her Idora neighborhood home, where her husband, Gerald Riley, is housebound. A fundraiser Sunday will help with the cost of building a wheelchair ramp, but the home needs renovations to give Gerald access to the kitchen and bathroom.
Loves teaching future doctors
Roundtable discussion held at AMVETS Post 44
Cincinnati Children's is third behind Boston and Philadelphia hospitals
The Boys & Girls Club of Youngstown’s inaugural end-of-school-year bash to celebrate academic achievements of its members and give them a glimpse of what their futures could be — even in Ohio.
Annual HMHP Cancer Survivor's Picnic was Thursday
State official says people dying at historic levels
World War II veteran John E. Bistrica of Youngstown, a survivor of the Normandy invasion, holds a photo of himself taken in 1943 as a 20-year-old, after he was drafted into the military. "We were all trying to stay alive and get back home," he recalled of the D-Day maneuvers.
Poland Eagle Scout says scouting gave him principles to live by
Created a combined position of air pollution/environmental director
Felix Bevilacqua of Boardman is a World War II Army veteran who landed on Omaha Beach during the June 6, 1944, Normandy Invasion. In the photo next to him, he is the 10th man from left with his hands on his hips, posing with other soldiers on the barrel of a captured German railway super-heavy artillery gun.
Widows of fallen comrades will be recognized
Witnesses say he died in POW camp in North Korea
Davis contends he did violate last chance pact and was unlawfully fired
Neal McBride, 91, of Howland, a World War II veteran, talks about his upcoming all-expense-paid trip to the World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C. He is one Trumbull County veterans who will make the flight Wednesday from Cleveland to the nation’s capital.
Lists services of recipients
Gates open at 9 a.m.; flying demonstrations begin at noon
Broadcast journalist produces Thunderbirds videos
Suicides in families of military personnel not tracked