TOP HEADLINES

More power plugs for EV cars

WARREN — Electric-vehicle owners in, or those just passing through, the Mahoning Valley will, in the future, have more options to plug in with some grant help from the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency. It announced Monday grants worth ...

October 4, 2022

Competency ruling allows suspect to be placed on trial

By: Guy Vogrin

YOUNGSTOWN — The man accused in the Aug. 24, 2021, double homicide on Salt Springs Road has been ruled competent to stand trial after a third round of psychological tests. At a hearing Monday before Mahoning County Common Pleas Court Judge ...

October 4, 2022

Council to set aside $800,000 for 20 Fed construction manager

By: David Skolnick

YOUNGSTOWN — City council is expected Wednesday to approve legislation to spend up to $800,000 for a construction manager to oversee the 20 Federal Place redevelopment project. But the project’s details and possibly its start date have ...

October 4, 2022

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SPORTS

Poland, Hubbard come together after losing beloved community members

By: By ROBERT HAYES

HUBBARD — Above all, it’s just a game. Prior to the opening kickoff Monday night, the Hubbard and Poland girl’s soccer teams joined in unity at midfield, as the stadium recognized a moment of silence in memoriam of Hubbard High School ...

October 4, 2022

Self-inflicted wounds plaguing Cleveland

By: By TOM WITHERS

CLEVELAND — Myles Garrett’s car crash triggered another week of distractions for the Browns, leading to a familiar frustrating finish on Sunday. They’re their own worst enemy. Cleveland’s inability to score in the red zone and a ...

October 4, 2022

HS Football Notebook: Hubbard maintains consistency

By: By STEVE RUMAN

The Hubbard High football program — and Eagles coach Brian Hoffman — continue to build on an already-historic run. On Friday, Hubbard defeated Lakeview 22-0 to lift its record to 5-2. The win guaranteed the Eagles a .500 or better record ...

October 4, 2022

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