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  1. Woman guilty of prostitution chargesRead the original story

    Yesterday | Tribune-Chronicle

    One of the women arrested in October on charges associated with a prostitution ring in Girard pleaded guilty Monday in Trumbull County Common Pleas Court. Shanika Simmons, 31, was scheduled to go on trial in Judge W. Wyatt McKay's courtroom Monday when she instead pleaded guilty to a bill of information charging one count of misdemeanor prostitution and two felony counts of possession of criminal tools.


  2. Bo knows YSU footballRead the original story

    Saturday Jul 18 | Tribune-Chronicle

    It's where the Cardinal Mooney graduate grew up. Though baseball was his lifeblood as a youngster, he started to be consumed by football, like most talented athletes to come from this area in the 1980s.


  3. Warren man faces bank fraud chargesRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 16 | Tribune-Chronicle

    A Warren man was indicted on a slew of federal charges related to defrauding banks out of millions of dollars through fraudulent sales of area gas stations. Shaukat Sindhu, 56, of Warren, and Tahir Iqbal, 84, of Crown Point, Ind., each were indicted Wednesday in U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Ohio, Eastern Division, on two counts of conspiracy to commit bank fraud and one count of making false statements to a financial institution.


  4. At a glanceRead the original story

    Sunday Jul 12 | Tribune-Chronicle

    The elevator in the Main Library of the Public Library of Youngstown & Mahoning County, 305 Wick Ave., is out of order and expected to be unavailable until early this week while repairs are made, library officials announced. The library will remain open and stairways are available.


  5. Vallourec plans to cut 80 jobsRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 9 | Tribune-Chronicle

    Local officials said they were not surprised by the news Thursday that Vallourec Star plans to cut 60 to 80 jobs in early August. "It's not entirely unexpected," said Youngstown Mayor John McNally.


  6. Old fans and new show upRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 25, 2015 | Tribune-Chronicle

    Catherine Strimpel wouldn't miss opening day of the Mahoning Valley Scrappers with her great-nephews, Ricky and Ryan Atkinson of Masury, and her daughter, Sara. Tribune Chronicle photos / R. Michael Semple Maria Goske, 7, of Cortland, gets an autograph from Scrappy before the start of the Mahoning Valley Scrappers' home opener Thursday night at Eastwood Field, Niles, against the State College Spikes.


  7. Plan would alter structure in YoungstownRead the original story

    Jun 24, 2015 | Tribune-Chronicle

    Ohio Senate and House lawmakers on Wednesday approved a proposal to disband the academic distress commission that supervises Youngstown City Schools and give power to a CEO. The measure doesn't apply specifically to Young-stown schools.


  8. I-80 in for changesRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 16, 2015 | Tribune-Chronicle

    The Ohio Department of Transportation held a groundbreaking Tuesday to launch a $91.5 million Interstate 80 road widening project State and local officials gathered at Cerni Motors, 5751 Cerni Place, for the ceremony to begin one of the largest ODOT projects in state history, according to Allen Biehl, ODOT District 4 deputy director. The project will widen a six-mile stretch of I-80 through Austintown, Weathersfield and Liberty townships and the City of Girard from four lanes to six.


  9. Copyright 2015 Tribune Chronicle. All rights reserved. This...Read the original story

    Jun 7, 2015 | Tribune-Chronicle

    REAL LIVING VOLPINI RECOGNIZES TOP AGENTS: Real Living Volpini's Howland Real Estate office recognized the top producing agents for May. Top Listing agent was Patty Helmick. Tied for top sales agents were Jacquie Hays, Janine Furrie and Kim Griffin.


  10. Share from the casinos falls shortRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 6, 2015 | Tribune-Chronicle

    Because wagering at Ohio's four casinos has not seen the forecasted increase, area officials are not banking on revenue from the state's Casino Tax Revenue Fund to balance their budgets. For example, the state's two most recent disbursements - from the final quarter of 2014 and the first quarter of this year - to Trumbull County added up to $30,623 less than previous payouts - calling for the county to refrain from betting on the tax as a reliable revenue source.


  11. Renovation delays to end soonRead the original story

    May 23, 2015 | Tribune-Chronicle

    The delay of the move into the new Warren Government Services Center - formerly known as the Gibson Building - will continue at least through the summer. "Much of the delay in our moving has been caused because we had to rebid the project," Franklin said, noting bids came in higher than projected - twice.


  12. YSU football opener about coachesRead the original story

    May 17, 2015 | Tribune-Chronicle

    Two football coaches who grew up in Youngstown and coached in the Big Ten just last year will open the season on opposing sidelines. Youngstown State and Pittsburgh announced on Friday that their season debut matchup will kick off at 1 p.m. on Sept.


  13. Tennis postseason kicks off MondayRead the original story

    May 8, 2015 | Tribune-Chronicle

    Area high school tennis players begin their postseason next week with sectional tournaments. Qualifiers advance to district tournaments the following weekend and those who advance beyond that level play in the state tournament May 29-30 at Columbus.


  14. Chemical leak closes highwaysRead the original story w/Photo

    May 4, 2015 | Tribune-Chronicle

    A chlorine leak at the Youngstown Waste Water Treatment plant, 725 Poland Ave., was contained Monday afternoon, but Himrod Avenue Expressway and part of Poland Avenue between Gibson Avenue and Market Street were expected to remain closed until about 8 a.m. today. Five hundred to 700 gallons of liquid chlorine was leaked about 9 a.m. Monday because of a problem with the feed valve on a one-ton cylinder in Building 10, according to Youngstown fire battalion Chief Silverio Caggiano. 2 comments

  15. Grand jury indicts 34Read the original story

    Apr 30, 2015 | Tribune-Chronicle

    A 68-year-old Youngstown man has been indicted on two charges of felonious assault in connection with a stabbing in March of a Euclid Boulevard, Liberty, woman. He is one of 34 people who are scheduled to be arraigned 1:30 p.m. Thursday before Trumbull County Common Pleas Court Judge Andrew Logan.


  16. 'Godiva' needs to shed length with clothesRead the original story

    Apr 26, 2015 | Tribune-Chronicle

    In "Godiva: A Burlesque Musical," a group of women decide to shed their clothes and their inhibitions to do a burlesque show. The premiere of the latest Rust Belt Theater Company production written by Robert Dennick Joki and Josh Taylor, started a few minutes after its scheduled 8 p.m. curtain, but it didn't end until 11:45 p.m. Some opening night stiffness was partly to blame as was a boisterous audience , but those issues didn't add that much length.


  17. Warren native returns to make a differenceRead the original story

    Apr 16, 2015 | Tribune-Chronicle

    As Michael Engram sat in a Starbucks in Hawaii in September of 2013, relaxing and enjoying the sunny weather, he had an epiphany: Move back to Ohio. Yes, the 1996 Warren G. Harding graduate decided right then and there it was time to return to his roots.


  18. Suspect had run-ins with lawRead the original story

    Apr 2, 2015 | Tribune-Chronicle

    The 15-year-old boy accused of beating an elderly woman to death Tuesday has had multiple run-ins with law enforcement, according to police reports released Thursday. Also Thursday, the Trumbull County Coroner's Office ruled 94-year-old Marie R. Belcastro's death a homicide, the result of a blow to the head.


  19. Unions protest trade dealRead the original story

    Apr 1, 2015 | Tribune-Chronicle

    Dave Karash said he realizes how the effect of President Barack Obama's fast track proposal to negotiate trade deals could "trickle down" to him and his co-workers at AT&T and not in a good way. Karash, who works at the AT&T site on Salt Springs Road in Youngstown, and other Communications Workers of America union members attended a Wednesday morning news conference at the United Steel Workers Local 1375 union hall in Warren.


  20. 3 die in burning houseRead the original story

    Mar 30, 2015 | Tribune-Chronicle

    The trial of a 46-year-old man charged with raping a young girl that was scheduled to begin Monday in Mahoning County Common Pleas Court is now on hold after the young accuser died early Monday in a triple-fatal house fire on the South Side of Youngstown. Investigators with Youngstown fire and police, the Metro Arson Task Force and the Ohio Fire Marshals Office opened a probe into the fire at 3631 Powers Way and so far, fire investigators believe the blaze began in the home's basement, but have yet to determine the cause of the fire that killed the girl, 10, and her grandparents, Youngstown fire Chief John O'Neill said.


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