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|ISU MBB: Bengals end homestand against Horizon's Youngstown State - Idaho State JournalGoogle News / 1 h. 31 min. ago more|
Idaho State JournalISU MBB: Bengals end homestand against Horizon's Youngstown StateIdaho State JournalIdaho State's Jared Stutzman (21) throws a pass around a CSUN defender during their game Dec. 6 at Holt Arena. Doug Lindley/Idaho State Journal. Facebook · Twitter · Email; Print; Save. Idaho State (3-5) is riding a three-game winning streak as it ...Idaho State vs. Youngstown State - 12/18/17 College Basketball Pick, Odds, and PredictionSports Chat Place (blog)Men's Basketball Returns to Action for First Meeting Against Idaho State Monday NightYoungstown State Athleticsall 2 news articles »
|Trumbull County Dispatch: Suspect in custody in connection to Hermitage car chaseWFMJ / 1 h. 31 min. ago more|
Trumbull County Dispatchers tell 21 News a suspect has been apprehended by state troopers after a several hour search across county lines.
|worth a look - Youngstown VindicatorGoogle News / 3 h. 3 min. ago more|
worth a lookYoungstown VindicatorACTION and the Youngstown Neighborhood Development Corporation are sponsoring a free bus trip to Columbia, S.C., to confront Vision Property Management about its housing practices in the city. The bus will depart from St. Edwards Church, 240 Tod Lane ...
|Valley man in Santa suit among 700 receiving their college degrees Vindy.com / 3 h. 50 min. ago more|
Youngstown State University Fall 2017 graduate William Fain of Austintown snaps a selfie with fellow social work graduate Sirenna Salas of Youngstown before the university’s commencement ceremony Sunday. Fain sometimes sits in for Santa Claus during the season at Four Seasons Flea Market. He donned part of his gear for the graduation ceremony. About 700 students received degrees at the ceremony in Beeghly Center.
|Fracking opponents in Brookfield seek longer comment period, public hearing Vindy.com / 3 h. 50 min. ago more|
Staff report BROOKFIELD Opponents of proposed plans to install additional fracking-waste
|Car strikes bicyclist, 60, in Howland Vindy.com / 3 h. 50 min. ago more|
Staff report HOWLAND TOWNSHIP The Ohio State Highway Patrol, Warren Post, is investigating a
|Agenda Tuesday Vindy.com / 3 h. 55 min. ago more|
Agenda Tuesday Austintown Boardman Mahoning County Joint Communications District, 10 a.m.,
|TRUMBULL AND MAHONING COUNTY COURTS Vindy.com / 3 h. 55 min. ago more|
COURTS TRUMBULL COUNTY Marriage licenses Shawn L. Molden Jr., 24, of 1208 Fifth St. NW,
|Fire destroys home in Hubbard; two escape uninjured Vindy.com / 3 h. 55 min. ago more|
Fire destroys home in Hubbard; two escape uninjured HUBBARD Two people escaped without injury
|US gas price drops Vindy.com / 3 h. 55 min. ago more|
US gas price drops CAMARILLO, Calif. The average price of a gallon of regular-grade gasoline
|Worker dies in waste grinder at meat plant Vindy.com / 3 h. 55 min. ago more|
Associated Press CANTON A worker caught in a machine at a meat processing plant in Ohio has
|Births Vindy.com / 3 h. 55 min. ago more|
Births St. Elizabeth Boardman Hospital Brooke Brady, Niles, girl, Dec. 16. Alysa and Vince
|End of days comes for Ohio man&#8217;s &#8216;zombie &#8216;Nativity&#8217; scene Vindy.com / 3 h. 55 min. ago more|
Associated Press CINCINNATI A ghoulish holiday tradition outside of Cincinnati will soon come to
|GOP tax plan could mean cuts in state, local services Vindy.com / 3 h. 55 min. ago more|
Associated Press WASHINGTON It’s a tax provision that could prove costly for schools, police
|Mahoning County&#8217;s black infant mortality rate is among the worst in Ohio and the nation Vindy.com / 3 h. 55 min. ago more|
By WILLIAM K. ALCORN firstname.lastname@example.org YOUNGSTOWN Mount Olive Fire Baptized Holiness Church is
|US soldier fought to end after ambush Vindy.com / 3 h. 55 min. ago more|
Associated Press WASHINGTON Army Sgt. La David T. Johnson died in a hail of gunfire, hit as many
|SpaceX capsule back at space station with its pre-Christmas haul Vindy.com / 3 h. 55 min. ago more|
Associated Press CAPE CANAVERAL, FLA. A recycled SpaceX capsule is back at the International
|Police searching for man who crashed car in W. Middlesex, ranWYTV / 5 h. 10 min. ago more|
WEST MIDDLESEX, Pa. (WYTV) – Police are searching for a man near Hubbard Twp. and West Middlesex who they say is possibly armed and dangerous. Police say a car chase started after a traffic stop in Hermitage Sunday night and ended with a two-car crash on State Line Rd. in West Middlesex. Two people were in each car and three total were taken to the hospital with serious injuries. The driver of the car police were chasing took off running. He’s believed to be armed, police say. Hermitage, Hubbard and Farrell police are all on the lookout for the man. The search began just after 9 p.m. Helicopters and K-9’s are being used in the search as well. This is a developing story. Check back here for updates as they become available.
|Sick local dog neglected for years gets second chanceWYTV / 5 h. 56 min. ago more|
COLUMBIANA, Ohio (WYTV) – A local dog is getting a second chance at life after spending years chained in a backyard. But that chance will likeky be short lived. Bluto’s body — emaciated and with thin fur — is shutting down after years of neglect. “He is now Lyme positive, in kidney failure, he’s anemic and he was infested with fleas,” Amy Dowd of the Dog Warden said. Bluto, 14, was seized by Columbiana County’s Dog Warden a month ago. They found him chained and emaciated in a backyard. This isn’t the first time Bluto has been in animal advocates’ crosshairs. Two years ago, locals said Bluto’s owner wasn’t giving him adequate shelter. “Extremely healthy looking dog visibly,” Warden said. “His living conditions were very deplorable and that was the biggest complaint.” Bluto’s body is now shutting down. A local vet stepped up to give him a home and hospice care. “He’s basically a dog where you will medicate him for the conditions, keep him as comfortable and as happy as you can until he shows any signs of suffering,” Dowd said. Dowd says Bluto’s case isn’t unique. She finds dogs all over Columbiana County suffering at the end of a heavy chain. The county doesn’t have any tethering laws. “Dogs screaming in the woods, finding them tangled around their chains in inclement weather — it never ends,” Dowd said. “Something like that absolutely needs to be put into place.” Now that he’s free, Dowd hopes Bluto can live out the rest of his life in peace. “My hope is a miracle,” she said. “And his hospice mom tells me that he’s doing wonderful and he outlives all of what we can expect.” Dowd says the owner wasn’t home when she seized the dog. She left a notice and he called several days later — claiming to have done nothing wrong. The owner signed Bluto over to the Dog Warden. Dowd won’t say if she’s filing charges against the owner. But she did say that Bluto’s owner can never own another animal.
|Youngstown news, Obituaries, Tributes, TIFFANY MULLENS ... - Youngstown VindicatorGoogle News / 6 h. 39 min. ago more|
Youngstown news, Obituaries, Tributes, TIFFANY MULLENS ...Youngstown VindicatorYoungstown, Ohio | breaking news, local news, sports, classifieds, jobs, real estate, cars, Warren, Austintown, Boardman, Canfield, Poland.and more »
|2 stolen puppies return to Youngstown homeWFMJ / 9 h. 7 min. ago more|
Two stolen pit bull puppies are back at home after being reported missing on Friday.
|‘We hoped he’d be with us:’ YSU awards 2 posthumous degreesWYTV / 9 h. 9 min. ago more|
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WYTV) – It was a particularly emotional day Sunday at Youngstown State University’s 2017 Fall Commencement, as two families accepted posthumous degrees on behalf of their late children. YSU honored fallen Girard Officer Justin Leo, 31, who was shot and killed on duty in late October. His parents Pat and David Leo accepted his diploma, which he was just 11 hours short of obtaining. “We always hoped we’d be here for this,” David Leo said. “We hoped he’d be with us. But it’s a special day and just another way the community’s supporting us — and his life and legacy can live on.” YSU President Jim Tressel began the ceremony with a moment of silence. Pat and David shared an emotional embrace with Justin’s Dean when his name was called. The same happened with President Tressel on stage. The Leo’s extended a special thanks to all the YSU officials who made Sunday’s moment possible. “It meant a lot to us,” David Leo said. “This is a very special Christmas gift for his father,” Pat Leo said. YSU also honored Angela Bell — another student who lost her life before graduating. YSU’s director of events says Bell, 26, was a geology major. She passed away from cancer in July. Bell’s mother held up her diploma for the crowd to see. In all, more than 700 students received their degrees. Angela Bell’s mother accepts her daughter’s degree.
|YSUscape’s downtown utility boxes project honors city’s historyWYTV / 10 h. 13 min. ago more|
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WYTV) – Take a walk through downtown Youngstown and you may just see a pop of color. Last month, WYTV showed you art on utility boxes throughout downtown and on Youngstown State’s campus. Thanks to a grant from the Raymond John Wean Foundation, YSUscape was able to take six of the typical, gray utility boxes and place some art on them. “They’re interesting to look at,” said Lucas Darling, YSUscape’s secretary. “Instead of people just being focused on getting from point A to point B, it kind of adds something to the experience of walking down Wick Ave.” Darling and YSUscape president Daniel Bancroft got the idea from other cities. “Ohio University in Athens — I’ve seen them there,” Bancroft said. “And then around Cleveland. So basically when we go visit other cities, we kind of look for ideas.” YSUscape worked with the artists to create the designs. Some have geometric patterns, like the one across the street from Silver’s Vogue Shop. Other’s have iconic buildings in the city and messages. The utility box across the street from Jones Hall depicts one the school’s oldest buildings, plus the message lets knowledge serve the city. “You can see integrating some Youngstown-themed pieces,” Bancroft said. A piece by Arielle Pilolli featuring steel beams and the Youngstown skyline is one of nine additional vinyl stickers to be placed on utility boxes. Bancroft says YSUscape is also working on murals for spots downtown.
|Canton meat plant worker, 62, gets caught in grinder, dies - Youngstown VindicatorGoogle News / 10 h. 31 min. ago more|
Canton meat plant worker, 62, gets caught in grinder, diesYoungstown VindicatorAuthorities say a worker caught in a machine at a meat processing plant in Ohio has died. The Repository reports the Stark County Coroner's Office has identified the worker killed Saturday afternoon at the Fresh Mark plant in Canton as 62-year-old ...and more »
|2 of 4 stolen puppies returned to Youngstown womanWYTV / 10 h. 53 min. ago more|
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WYTV) – Two of the four puppies stolen from a Youngstown woman Thursday were found Sunday. WYTV reported the story Friday — telling how Gina Morris came home from work early Thursday morning to find her home ransacked and four of her five puppies missing. First, Morris told WYTV Sunday afternoon that a woman called her to say she bought Izzy for $250 from a man who was selling her on Facebook. Izzy is an XXL blue nose bully pitbull. The woman returned Izzy to Morris, who says she is healthy and very excited to be reunited with her mother. Later in the afternoon, Morris told WYTV police found another one of her puppies — Daisy, also a blue nose bully pitbull — during a traffic stop. Morris picked up Daisy at Animal Charity on Market Street. Morris is still hopeful she’ll find the other two puppies as well. There is a cash reward for the return of the missing puppies. Morris said those with information on the stolen dogs can contact her on her Facebook page.
|Liverpool Twp Police: Routine traffic stop leads to drugs and cashWFMJ / 12 h. 26 min. ago more|
Liverpool Township Police conducted a routine traffic stop that lead officers to drugs and over $2,000 in cash Saturday evening.
|Traffic stop in East Liverpool uncovers suspected drugs, cashWYTV / 13 h. 7 min. ago more|
EAST LIVERPOOL, Ohio (WYTV) – A traffic stop by a Liverpool Township patrolman uncovered bags of suspected drugs and just over $2,200. Just after 6 p.m. Saturday, the patrolman seized suspected bags of marijuana and crack cocaine from a Cleveland man and an East Liverpool City woman. The Liverpool Township Police Department posted pictures on it’s Facebook page of the suspected drugs and cash. Officials are waiting to receive lab results to determine if the suspected drugs are real. Charges are pending for both the man and woman. The investigation is ongoing.
|YBI's fifth building is a game-changerWFMJ / 15 h. 51 min. ago more|
The Youngstown Business Incubator is putting the finishing touches on its fifth building: the former home of the Vindicator.
|Boardman shop makes coffee connection in PeruWFMJ / 16 h. 18 min. ago more|
A lot of coffee shops have unique blends from foreign countries, but Matt Campbell at Branch Street Coffee Roasters in Boardman takes it to another level. He physically went to Peru this summer in search of the perfect coffee beans.
|Families can enjoy life-size Candy Land game at Vienna churchWYTV / 16 h. 30 min. ago more|
VIENNA CENTER, Ohio (WYTV) – Members of Vienna United Methodist Church designed a life-size board game that is quite elaborate. The walk-through Candy Lane creation features Peppermint Forest, the Ice Cream Sea, Mollases Swamp and Candy Castle. Other stops along the way include walking through a gingerbread house and giant igloo. Players begin the game by creating a place marker. Families can enjoy cookies, candy and hot cocoa while playing the game, along with face painting and other activities. This is the third year for the free event, and it runs from noon to 4 p.m. Sunday. The church is located at 4265 Warren Sharon Rd. Candy Land
|Historical Society hosts holiday model and toy train exhibitWFMJ / 16 h. 31 min. ago more|
The Mahoning Valley Historical Society is hosting a model and toy train workshop this Sunday as part of the Memories of Christmas Past event.
|Pulaski Twp. police searching for woman who allegedly stole money, medicationWYTV / 17 h. 57 min. ago more|
PULASKI TWP., Pa. (WYTV) – Police are searching for a woman accused of stealing money and medication in Pulaski Township. On Friday at 3:27 p.m., the Pulaski Township Police Department posted on its Facebook page that an arrest warrant has been issued for Hannah Carla-Rose White. The post says White is charged with theft by unlawful taking. She reportedly took a money order for $341.19 and medication from the victim. Her last known address is in the 1700 block of Highland Ave. in New Castle. Anyone with any information is asked to call the Pulaski Township Police Department at 724-964-8891, ext. 104.
|Fire in Hubbard destroys house, leaves 2 people homelessWYTV / 17 h. 58 min. ago more|
HUBBARD, Ohio (WYTV) – A house fire early Sunday morning left two people homeless in Hubbard. The Hubbard Fire Department said because the house was deep in the woods, they initially had trouble getting to it. When they reached the house, across from 1610 Thomas Hubbard Rd., it was covered in flames. The two people in the house did escape though. Brookfield and Liberty fire departments were also on the scene to assist. There is no word yet on what caused the fire, but the State Fire Marshal is investigating the scene.
|Accident closes North River Road in HowlandWFMJ / 19 h. 31 min. ago more|
The Ohio State Highway Patrol and Howland Police are investigating an accident involving a bicycle on North River Road Sunday morning.
|Pulaski police post picture of wanted woman on FacebookWFMJ / 20 h. 5 min. ago more|
Authorities in Lawrence County are hoping people looking at social media can help them find a woman accused of stealing money and medicine.
|Police: Lottery tickets lead to drug raid in New CastleWFMJ / 20 h. 48 min. ago more|
Drug agents who raided a home in New Castle Friday say they arrested one man and found heroin, cocaine, cash and a gun.
|Hubbard home destroyed in early morning fireWFMJ / 23 h. 39 min. ago more|
A Hubbard home was destroyed after an early morning fire Sunday.
|Youngstown's teachers must improve their attendance rate, CEO says - Youngstown VindicatorGoogle News / 1 d. 2 h. 21 min. ago more|
Youngstown's teachers must improve their attendance rate, CEO saysYoungstown VindicatorTeachers are not leading by example with individual attendance rates as low as 51 percent since school began, said Youngstown City Schools CEO Krish Mohip. But, when compared with districts of similar size, city teachers' overall attendance rates ...and more »
|Thousands visit Kraynak's Christmasland in HermitageWFMJ / 1 d. 3 h. 37 min. ago more|
Thousands of people head to Mercer County each holiday season for a special tradition. Kraynak's Christmasland, on East State Street in Hermitage, has become a part of the holidays for many people since it opened in 1963. "We have been coming here since my grandson was a baby and now I have a great grandson and we have been coming every year and they have all come through the Christmas walk," stated Judy Medley from Randolph, OH. "They see Santa, they get their pictur...
|Two Canfield residents contract virus on cruiseWFMJ / 1 d. 3 h. 43 min. ago more|
More than 500 people got sick aboard two Royal Caribbean cruises, two of which were Canfield residents
|JOHN BURTON 'JACK' COLLIER - Youngstown VindicatorGoogle News / 1 d. 5 h. 46 min. ago more|
Youngstown VindicatorJOHN BURTON 'JACK' COLLIERYoungstown VindicatorHe was born Aug. 25, 1931, in Youngstown, the son of James Howard and Marion McGeehan Collier. Jack was a 1949 graduate of Boardman High School and attended Amherst College where he was a member of Psi Epsilon Fraternity. He graduated from the Wharton ...and more »
|Officials: French fries start fire at Girard apartmentWYTV / 1 d. 6 h. 57 min. ago more|
GIRARD, Ohio (WYTV) – A Girard apartment caught fire Saturday night after cooking french fries were left unattended. The apartment is located on Churchill Road. The fire happened around 7:30 p.m. Officials say a small grease fire started when a man cooking french fries left them unattended for a short time. The Girard Fire Department put out the fire within minutes. Because the kitchen area was destroyed, the two tenants could not spend the night there. They said their dog Rocky ran away when firefighters arrived, so they were out searching for him until 2 a.m. On Sunday, one of the family members called WYTV saying Rocky was found. The family member said a neighbor heard Rocky barking in the early morning hours and saw him sitting on the front porch of the apartment. After taking Rocky in for the night, the neighbor called the family in the morning to return him. 2-year-old Rocky, a boxer/beagle mix
|Volunteers sort, organize Playhouse props during today's Idora cleanup - Youngstown VindicatorGoogle News / 1 d. 7 h. 12 min. ago more|
Volunteers sort, organize Playhouse props during today's Idora cleanupYoungstown VindicatorIf Act I was about reorganizing and rearranging old props and Act II centered on making aesthetic improvements, then you could safely say the show's main themes were community improvement and strengthening partnerships. “We see the [Youngstown ...and more »
|Days after shortage, Warren Family Mission gives out thousands of toysWYTV / 1 d. 7 h. 20 min. ago more|
WARREN, Ohio (WYTV) – Just days ago, the Warren Family Mission was worried that it didn’t have enough toys for its annual holiday giveaway. After a plea for donations seen on WKBN, thousands of toys were dropped off. Saturday, struggling parents were able to pick out gifts for their children. It was all free of charge. Each child got two large gifts, three medium gifts and ten stocking stuffers. And there were enough toys for 1,500 children. “We all have those memories growing up of Christmas, so I think it’s especially important to help those that are struggling,” said Dominic Mararri of Warren Family Mission. “To help empower them, to help their kids have those memories.” The Warren Family Mission says more than 40 volunteers showed up Saturday to help out.
|Police find heroin, cocaine at New Castle apartment while serving warrantWYTV / 1 d. 7 h. 44 min. ago more|
NEW CASTLE, Ohio (WYTV) – A New Castle man is facing charges after police found suspected heroin and crack cocaine at an apartment Friday. Officers were at the 200 block of East Leasure Avenue to serve a felony arrest warrant. While looking for the suspect, officers found in plain sight lottery ticket folds containing heroin and then smelled marijuana. After getting a search warrant for inside the house, they found a handgun, $1,885 in cash, heroin, crack cocaine and some tools to measure drugs. Police say Davon Montral Johnson is facing several drug charges, including possession with intent to deliver.
|More than 40 local people receive the gift of hearingWYTV / 1 d. 9 h. 42 min. ago more|
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WYTV) – The holidays are all about giving — but what if you received the gift of hearing? The Centers for Hearing Care of Youngstown gave the gift of hearing to 42 local people Saturday with hearing impairments and financial problems. Each patient received audiological testing, their own custom-made hearing aids and tools to go along with them. It took place at Fellows Riverside Garden in Mill Creek Park. “To come here today — and go sometime and not hear — and then give that gift of hearing, it’s very powerful,” said Fortunato Figliano, executive director of Centers for Hearing Care. “Very emotional day for many of them. And it’s just a very happy day.” The team at Centers for Hearing has been doing this for six years. They’ve been able to give more than 300 hearing aids in that time.
|Mayor-elect Brown takes first oath, comments on Aqua Ohio offerWYTV / 1 d. 9 h. 43 min. ago more|
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WYTV) – Youngstown Mayor-elect Tito Brown took his first of two oaths of office Saturday. He also commented on Aqua Ohio’s interest in purchasing Youngstown’s water system for the first time. Brown took his oath of office from Judge Lou D’Apolito. “Everyday I get closer to Jan. 1, it gets more real,” he said. “This was great. “The reason I had it today was I had family and friends who couldn’t be here at other times. So we came up with a date where we could come together, because there’s been generations before me that paved the way for me to become Mayor of the city of Youngstown.” A number of people spoke throughout the ceremony, including Brown’s oldest son and his wife, who also sang a song about faith. Then Brown took the microphone, talking about the many chapters in his life to the top of city hall. Once number 50 for the Rayen High School football team, he’s now the 51st mayor of Youngstown. “It’s time for me to write my chapter in this book of the city of Youngstown,” Brown said. The official transform from current Youngstown Mayor John McNally to mayor-elect Brown doesn’t take place until after the new year. But Brown already has some things to consider. Fifty-seven people applied for eight cabinet positions in the city, including police and fire chief. And Aqua Ohio just offered $50 million to the city for the water system — an offer which Brown isn’t too interested in. He says Youngstown already makes around $30 million annually from its own water system. “That number didn’t say, ‘Hey that’s something we want to do,'” Brown said. “But our water is our greatest asset in the city of Youngstown. That would definitely have to be the last resort.” Mayor-elect Brown will take another oath of office at New Bethel Baptist Church on Dec. 30, with other Youngstown officials being sworn in.
|Group of friends gives back to Warren's Tent CityWFMJ / 1 d. 12 h. 14 min. ago more|
A group of friends is making the holiday season merrier for Warren's homeless population.
|Police: Two in custody in connection with Liberty bank robberyWFMJ / 1 d. 12 h. 31 min. ago more|
Two men are in custody in connection with a bank robbery that took place in Liberty Friday afternoon.
|Omarosa Manigault Newman through the yearsYoungstown News / 2 d. 2 h. 19 min. ago more|
Omarosa Manigault Newman, 43, former White House Director of Communications for the Office of Public Liaison, left her White House job this week under disputed circumstances. She says she was not escorted from the premises after a difficult discussion with Chief of Staff John Kelly.
|Aqua interested in Youngstown's system - Youngstown VindicatorGoogle News / 2 d. 3 h. 4 min. ago more|
WKBN.comAqua interested in Youngstown's systemYoungstown VindicatorAqua Ohio delivered a letter of interest Friday to Mayor John A. McNally for the purchase of the city's water-distribution system. The system, Aqua said, is valued at $50 million. “We see the challenges facing the city and believe we can offer an ...Aqua Ohio interested in purchasing Youngstown's water systemWKBN.comAqua Ohio offers $50 million for Youngstown's water systemWFMJall 9 news articles »
|Brown unveils applicants for Youngstown department heads - Youngstown VindicatorGoogle News / 2 d. 10 h. 45 min. ago more|
WFMJBrown unveils applicants for Youngstown department headsYoungstown VindicatorYOUNGSTOWN — Mayor-elect Jamael Tito Brown said he received “a great group of applicants” to join his incoming cabinet. Brown, a Democrat, tonight released the names of applicants for eight department heads: law director, buildings and grounds ...Youngstown Mayor-elect announces list of cabinet applicants ...WFMJYoungstown mayor-elect releases list of applicants for cabinet ...WKBN.comall 4 news articles »
|Youngstown man receives 20-count federal indictment - Youngstown VindicatorGoogle News / 2 d. 14 h. 38 min. ago more|
Youngstown man receives 20-count federal indictmentYoungstown VindicatorYOUNGSTOWN — A federal grand jury has indicted a Youngstown man on 20 counts involving drug trafficking and gun crimes. Antonio D. Young, 22, sold heroin and crack cocaine from January 2016 through March 2017, according to the indictment. He also ...Youngstown man faces federal drug trafficking chargesWKBN.comall 2 news articles »
|Holiday guide to gratuity: Who should you tip and how much?Youngstown News / 7 d. 7 h. 50 min. ago more|
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio - It can get confusing trying to figure out who you're supposed to give an extra tip to during the holidays, or even regular tipping throughout the year. From your hairstylist to your babysitter, financial expert Jason Laux from Synergy Group, an independent financial services firm, has all the answers you'll need when it comes to who and what to tip.
|Group to host - Holiday Hope for Healing'Youngstown News / 9 d. 0 h. 58 min. ago more|
The Rev. Robin Woodberry, executive director of MVAC, said the event is for those who struggle during the holiday season, especially those affected by drug addiction and family issues.
|Classic Optical Laboratories Produces One Millionth Pair of Glasses in Banner YearYoungstown News / 10 d. 1 h. 48 min. ago more|
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio- Classic Optical Laboratories , set an all-time company record for eyeglasses manufactured in a single year as it delivered the one millionth pair from its central laboratory here last month. "We are proud to be able to help more than one million people by improving their sight," said Dawn Friedkin, president of Classic Optical Laboratories.
|Gifts Not to Send to ClientsYoungstown News / 11 d. 5 h. 2 min. ago more|
The strengthening economy could get even better in 2018. Meanwhile, here in the Youngstown, Ohio region, where the shut-down of steel was devastating, everyone who wants to work is doing just that.
|Mother of boy who fatally OD'd on cocaine gets probation.Youngstown News / 11 d. 16 h. 34 min. ago more|
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|Police: Man found in container at landfill killed himselfYoungstown News / 12 d. 3 h. 9 min. ago more|
Authorities say a man found dead in a roll-off container at a northeast Ohio construction landfill killed himself, possibly weeks before his remains were found. The body was discovered Friday at the Trumbull County landfill as a driver prepared to unload debris hauled from a construction site in Ravenna.
|MunicipalYoungstown News / 13 d. 2 h. 4 min. ago more|
In Columbiana County Municipal Court, a Dec. 11 preliminary hearing was set for James W. Strait, 37, South Lincoln Avenue, Salem, charged with complicity to aggravated robbery for allegedly driving Ignacio Rios to a Garfield Avenue, Salem, home to collect a past drug debt from William Tondo on Sept. 4. After Rios allegedly struck Tondo in the head and while Rios reportedly held Tondo at gunpoint, Strait is alleged to have removed two portable DVD players, a PlayStation and a TV, owned by Tondo's mother from the home.
|Ohio child rape suspect kills himself before trialYoungstown News / 13 d. 10 h. 52 min. ago more|
YOUNGSTOWN, OH - Prosecutors said a rape suspect killed himself before his trial was set to begin in Mahoning County on Monday morning. Toth was out on bond while awaiting his court proceeding.
|Highway PatrolYoungstown News / 15 d. 21 h. 24 min. ago more|
Achhammer was cited for right of way and taken to the St. Elizabeth Hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. Achhammer's passengers, Melinda Achhammer, 26, Toronto, and Renee Pucci, 31, Toronto, and Cameron Corona, 11, Toronto, were taken to the Salem Regional Medical Center and St. Elizabeth Hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
|POLICEYoungstown News / 16 d. 1 h. 18 min. ago more|
They called back before a deputy arrived to say the resident had been located in Beaver Township. -A deputy spoke Thursday to someone named Sally at 26970 Stanley Drive, Knox Township, who said a neighbor saw a male taking photographs of her home.
|Ohio Man Gets Prison For Cocaine Overdose Death Of Boy, 9Youngstown News / 16 d. 19 h. 59 min. ago more|
An Ohio man has been sentenced to prison for the cocaine overdose death of his girlfriend's 9-year-old son.
|Ohio picks 12 large growers for medical marijuana programYoungstown News / 17 d. 10 h. 10 min. ago more|
File- This July 13, 2017, file photo shows Daniel Kessler, a plastics businessman, gesturing in a former toy factory in Youngstown, Ohio. Ohio selected 12 large growers to participate in its medical marijuana program Thursday, Nov. 30, 2017, in a competitive process that quickly drew a prospective legal challenge.