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Judge ends case against Epstein
Associated Press NEW YORK A judge formally ended the criminal case against Jeffrey Epstein on
COURTS MAHONING COUNTY MARRIAGE LICENSES Evan J. Fagerty, 26, of 40 Edwards Ave., Canfield,
‘A big deal’
Florida braces for Hurricane Dorian Associated Press MIAMI Florida residents picked the
Federal charges being filed against Reardon in JCC threat case
The U.S. Attorney’s Office in Cleveland has called a news conference for 10 a.m. today to announce federal criminal charges related to threats made against the Jewish Community Center of Youngstown.
Youngstown becomes latest ‘Purple Heart City’
City officials and armed forces veterans unveiling a new sign in downtown Youngstown during the Purple Heart City memorial dedication ceremony Wednesday are, from left, Councilwoman Basia Adamczak, D-7th; Mayor Jamael Tito Brown; Leo Connelly Jr., a Purple Heart recipient; Commander Herman Breuer of the Military Order of the Purple Heart Chapter 606 in Trumbull County; City Council President DeMaine Kitchen; and Councilman Julius Oliver, D-1st.
EXCLUSIVE | State orders Youngstown to reimburse water, wastewater, environmental funds
Despite Mayor Jamael Tito Brown's contention that state Auditor Keith Faber's repayment demand is unaffordable, would jeopardize city services and burden citizens, Faber said the repayment terms the state has offered amount to 0.6 of a percent of the city’s total operating budget, and wouldn’t have put the city into fiscal emergency.
Trumbull prosecutor wants Warren killer to stay behind bars longer
Trumbull County Prosecutor Dennis Watkins has again asked that Mitchell Monday, 45, be denied parole for killing Mark Dixon in 1995, and for setting Monday’s mattress and other items on fire in the Trumbull County jail while awaiting trial.
Youngstown police patrol union gets a new contract with raises
The contract ‘is fair for now,’ says the union president.
Man charged in hostage situation has history of conflict with women, police
A judge has ordered Shawn M. Riley to remain in the Trumbull County jail without eligibility to make bond, because there is probable cause he violated a condition of his bond on an earlier case.
Campbell church celebrates centennial
St. John the Baptist Slovak Catholic Church is celebrating its 100 year anniversary this September.
Brown is a retired 27-year Air Force veteran
Jan Brown, former commander of AMVETS Post 44 in Struthers and a retired Air Force senior master sergeant, was elected the first female national commander of AMVETS during the organization’s 75th annual national convention in Louisville, Ky.
Playhouse season-opener aims to keep the dream alive
Starring in “Dreamgirls” at the Youngstown Playhouse are, from left, Arielle Green, Sharleen Riley and Jennifer Zamis.
Feds deal with pair of suppression motions
Both are in drug cases
173rd annual Canfield Fair is underway
If it’s food, fun, Ferris wheels, funnel cakes and lots of folks spread out over more than 350 acres, it can mean only one thing: The 173rd annual Canfield Fair is underway.
METRO DIGEST || Not-guilty plea in crash
Cambria County Recorder Theresa A. Bosel pleaded not guilty to causing the car crash that killed a 69-year-old California man last week in the township.