String of 3 shootings leaves 2 dead

By: David Skolnick

YOUNGSTOWN — It was a violent day with police investigating an apparent murder-suicide followed by a double shooting and then another shooting. Police were called to 1011 S. Schenley Ave. at 11:21 a.m. Thursday for two female family ...

July 10, 2020

DeWine seeks $300 million for education

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine and other state officials plan to ask the State Controlling Board on Monday to allocate $300 million in coronavirus relief funds to help colleges, universities and K-12 schools as they plan to reopen for the 2020-21 ...

July 10, 2020

Boardman man gets probation, $100 fee in officer-threat case

By: Bob Coupland

BOARDMAN — A Boardman man charged with threatening to assault a federal law enforcement officer was sentenced to three years of probation with standard and special conditions and a $100 special assessment fee Thursday ...

July 10, 2020

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Area administrators miffed by OHSAA move

By: John Vargo

Jerry Snodgrass had a presence as the Ohio High School Athletic Association commissioner, through his social media accounts and in person. He was admired by most athletic directors and administrators for his tireless work. That came to an ...

July 10, 2020

McDonald’s Domitrovich gets second chance

By: John Vargo

Ethan Domitrovich felt the aches and pains shoot through his legs all too often, more than he cares to recall. The McDonald High School graduate is free of those setbacks. He’s doing his own mini triathlon each day, running 4 to 8 miles, ...

July 9, 2020

Browns come to terms with 1st-round pick


CLEVELAND — Jedrick Wills has slid into place for the Browns. The former Alabama star right tackle, who will attempt to slide over to the left side for Cleveland, signed his four-year, $19.7 million contract on Tuesday, two weeks before ...

July 9, 2020

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