American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A community of northeast Ohio, a suburb of Youngstown. Population: 36,100.
“AUSTINTOWN - The school board voted to open the district to Ohio pupils from outside Austintown, starting next year.”
“Officers were dispatched to the Days Inn at Route 46 and Interstate 80, Austintown Township, Ohio.”
“The unknown male referred to in the Austintown Township Police homicide report was later identified as John Conte.”
“Days Inn Austintown, Ohio: Conte body found at, 114–16”
“Chuck Eddy who owns a Chrysler Dodge and Jeep dealership in Austintown, Ohio said he's waiting on more than 300 vehicles from Chrysler.”
“The young woman who warms up crowds for Hillary tried out some cheers at Austintown Fitch High School near Youngstown, then asked for suggestions.”
“Hillary found her underdog voice in Austintown that day, channeling the righteous anger and voicelessness of the white working-class voters who were her prime target.”
“The roads rising out of the valley lead to the modest, well-tended homes of Boardman, Poland and Austintown.”
“We are going to bring everyone live events from Barack Obama speaking in Westerville, Ohio, and Senator Hillary Clinton holding a rally live in Austintown, Ohio.”
“She is in Austintown, Ohio, and just taken the stage.”
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