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I bet every prisoner the judge put away, is anxiously waiting for this young new loverboy
January 17, 2014 at 10:37 p.m.
They just want to make sure EVERYONE has a fair chance to vote, Not everyone is a Ceo, and can leave work whenever they want , to go vote.they are thinking about all of us. not just the rich people, who can lose a day of work, what IDIOTS!
September 6, 2012 at 8:06 a.m.
Ohio better wake up, if Obama hadn't bailed GM out, how many workers would have used up all their unemployment by now? things may not be where YOU want them, BUT you have a means to support your family, go ahead elect Romney, and see what happens then, START thinking about your responsibilities, and not all the negative thingsyou hear from the haters! This is america, we have homes to build, children to think about, (their future) it's not about US being greedy. We are ALL immigrants!!!!!!!!!!, we seem to be too stupid to realize this! I have listened to many Ohioans cry because they were afraid of losing their job at the Lordstown Plant, You have your job back, think about WHY.
September 6, 2012 at 7:57 a.m.
It's so amazing at how many post's i see on this page, first off, i am a white woman, who lives in another state, who keeps up with youngstown news. I am very happy to see there is finally justice being done!! for all you ignorant minded people who are so quick to call someone a thug!, get a life, it was a young man on the receiving end, and you could care less if an innocent man would have went to prison for life! STAN, we are so tired of your stupid comments, Do you have a life off the computer, I didn't think so! you should be ashamed of yourself for acting so childish. I bet most people would agree!!! with me
October 6, 2011 at 3:54 p.m.
i agree, but make sure you do not let them know in advance,
September 2, 2011 at 3:23 p.m.
if the ice agents would check out the marcellous shale worksites, they would find plenty more, they are flocking to the nw pa area, coming from texas to work, they probably think this is too remote of an area to get caught. i know this because i work in the hotel industry.
August 8, 2011 at 9:18 a.m.
i'm not from youngstown, but i visited over the weekend, and yes i was there when these young men were shooting each other up, one of the kids involved, i happen to know. one thing i have noticed, i was there the entire weekend, and I ONLY SAW 1 POLICE CAR the entire time! it is plain to see, the police are scared to do their job! these kids are trying to make fast money, the dept needs to spend a little more money and pull trains on the weekends, just like farrell does,the 1 police car that i did see, was sitting in a plaza, doing nothing, hiding from everyone.you applied for the job of public safety, now do your job!!i can certainly understand why families are moving away. if this continues, youngstown will be more broke, parents will not be letting their kids attend the university, it's going to be a ghost town, with nothing but little gangsters running it.oh, by the way, you could certainly help by shutting down all the little corner stores, and drive thru's. they seem to like to hang out, and see who they can rob!!! or make a law that they have to close by a certain time.drugs and alcohol play a big part of all of this! the state needs to step in and regulate now. it's a damn shame. that the grown ups, are letting these young punks run their lives!
July 31, 2011 at 9:09 a.m.
you all are a bunch of idiots, this is a child, who is in pain some where!! there is a possibility of help, you grown people should be ashamed of yourselves. what he did is wrong, but he should not be thrown away!! i hope none of you are in the mental health field.this lady seems to be a very loving woman, who has taken her time to understand children. enough said!
July 24, 2011 at 9:36 a.m.
if we would prosecute the users as well, and get them off the streets, maybe this might work also, start a rehabilitation while locked up, instead of just letting people rot in the system. there is a lot of injustice here.but 32 years is kind of harsh. he deserves to be punished, but this is a little too much.he did not hold a gun to their heads and make them use this junk. and if you think about it, the users will just go to the next dealer, or rob the next victim to support their habit, there's crime involved in every aspect here.are we focusing on this also?
June 2, 2011 at 4:35 a.m.
I AGREE 100% WITH MATT, NOW THEY NEED TO GET THAT PIECE OF CRAP (GERALD TEIGS) IN FARRELL PA, WHO SEEMS TO KEEP GETTING AWAY WITH IT!!!!
April 20, 2011 at 6:03 a.m.