Man found shot to death in SUV in drive
YOUNGSTOWN - Youngstown police are investing a shooting death on the city's South Side at 240 E. Avondale Ave., the same place where a double homicide happened earlier this year.
Neighbors who live on the street said enough is enough.
"Time for this neighborhood to wake up. They used to say wake up and smell the coffee, wake up and smell life," Jackie Spann-Menton, 6th Ward precinct committeewoman, told WYTV 33 News.
Police were called shortly after 9 a.m. and found the body of Tamarick Moore, 18, sitting in the driver's seat of an SUV backed into the driveway.
Police said it appears the victim was shot once, either late Saturday night or early Sunday morning.
It appears no one was living in the house at the time.
Tribune editors head to Weathersfield
WEATHERSFIELD - The next stop in a yearlong series of gatherings to allow the public to meet the editors of the Tribune Chronicle is scheduled for 6 p.m. Tuesday at the Weathersfield Administration Building, 1451 Prospect St.
Readers from all communities are invited to attend and ask questions and make suggestions.
Scheduled to attend are Tribune Chronicle publisher Charles Jarvis; general manager Len Blose; managing editor Guy Coviello; sports editor Dana Sulonen; features editor Mary Beth Wyko; humor columnist and assistant metro editor Burton Cole; entertainment writer Andy Gray; Browns beat reporter Mike McLain; chief photographer R. Michael Semple; and community news reporter Bob Coupland.
Light refreshments will be served. The monthly sessions are being coordinated as part of the Tribune Chronicle's bicentennial celebration.