Wednesday May 15
Helen G. Dean 1918-2013
Helen married Harry E. Dean Jr. in 1936, and together they had two children. She was a lifelong resident of Niles.
Blast lifts house off foundation
Officials said they believe copper thieves broke into the home at 2196 S. Turner Road and ripped out gas lines before the house exploded about 8 p.m. Austintown fire officials said the house was knocked off its foundation after it filled with gas.
Mon., 4:18pm: Austintown house explosion attributed to copper thieves
Austintown fire officials said the house was knocked off its foundation after it filled with gas.
Evelyn Corynne Craik born
Evelyn Corynne Craik arrived at Robinson Memorial Hospital in Ravenna on April 20, weighing 7 pounds, 10 ounces.
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While the deputy was en route to the scene, two people emerged from the woods behind Lynn's house, one of whom was his neighbor and the other a surveyor.
ACTION recognizes safety forces
Saluting the Mahoning Valley's law enforcement for their contributions to helping those in the community was the theme this year for the 11th annual Alliance for Congregational Transformation Influencing our Neighborhoods banquet, which also recognized Habitat for Humanity for its efforts to help others.
At a glance
A veteran Ohio lawmaker has filed paperwork to challenge U.S. Sen. Rob Portman in 2016, citing the Republican's opposition to background checks for gun buyers.
Robin A. Tarr 1960-2013
Robin was born March 22, 1960, in Youngstown, the daughter of Ronald and Roberta Feel Frease Sr., and has been a life-long area resident.
Mother's Day Tea planned
HISTORICAL GROUP TO RECOGNIZE MOMS: The Greene Historical Society will hold its annual Mother's Day Tea at 1 p.m. May 11 at the town hall, Durst Colebrook Road.
Men arrested following thefts
Two men from Canton in a pickup were arrested Tuesday afternoon following two theft-related incidents reported in the Hanoverton area.
Old school sale: $2.5M
A sales agreement to sell a former Austintown school building and property for $2.5 million was approved by the Board of Education.
Wed. 7:34pm: Austintown BOE votes to sell old middle school
The Austintown Board of Education voted to approve the sale of the former middle school at Tuesday night's board meeting.
Edna M. Jones 1952-2013
She leaves four sons, Dennis John Sklenchar of Youngstown, David M. Sklenchar of Austintown, Rubin J. Jones III of Dothan, Ala., and Wilburn F. Jones of Youngstown; three daughters, Danielle N. Jones of Cleveland, Victoria R. Jones of Campbell and Dominique S. Jones of Austintown; two brothers, David M. Dunkel of New Bedford, Pa., and Garland P.