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Chill-Can ordered to repay city $1.5M

YOUNGSTOWN — A Mahoning County magistrate ordered the owners of the Chill-Can site to pay back $1.5 million the city gave it in water and wastewater grants in 2017 ...

Agenda for Thursday

¯ WESTERN RESERVE TRANSIT AUTHORITY BOARD will meet 9:45 a.m. today at the WRTA board room, 604 Mahoning Ave. Youngstown. The board committee meetings will be at 9 ...

Births

St. Elizabeth Boardman Hospital BERTIN, Paige and Brandon Roe, of East Liverpool, a daughter Sept. 26 HAYES, Laurie and Lyle, of Lowellville, ...

Services

JAMES M. ADAMS JR., 73, formerly of Youngstown. SERVICES: 10 a.m. Saturday, Mount Zion Baptist Church, Youngstown. CALLING HOURS: 9 to 10 a.m. Saturday, church. ...

Area deaths

JOSEPH W. CAPPELLO SR., 68, of Niles, died Saturday, Sept. 24, 2022, at home. SERVICES: noon Saturday, Holeton-Yuhasz Funeral Home, Niles. ...

Business briefs

“SHARK TANK” COMPANIES ANNOUNCED: The Youngstown Business Incubator has announced the five companies pitching at 2022 Shark Tank. They are Aura Beauty, a ...

Berk grows southward

Business briefs, New businesses, People on the move

Health notes

THINK PINK: Joanie’s Sisters, women in cancer treatment and recovery, is offering the “Think Pink Education Series.” The next free program is 5:30 to 7 p.m. ...

Lovina celebrates 20 years of writing her columns

Why are trees turning black?

Solution is matter of life and death

Ohio is becoming a deadlier place to live, according to data from the state health department and analyzed in a report by the Ohio Capital Journal. Last year saw the ...

Limit — don’t ban — smoking in Girard parks

Men must stay on guard against prostate cancer

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