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State attacks COVID’s minority grip

WARREN — The Army National Guard is coming back to the area next week to conduct tests for COVID-19, according to Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine. DeWine said the Guard ...

Director foresees danger of deficit

YOUNGSTOWN — The city’s general and water funds are in danger of ending the year with deficits. Kyle Miasek, the city’s interim finance ...

Michael P. Cicchillo 1949-2020

BOARDMAN — On Sunday, Aug. 9, 2020, Michael P. Cicchillo, 70, was called home to be with the Lord, passing into eternal life from Hospice House ...

Avalon Holdings loses $400,000 in second quarter

Casino revenue up in July

Large Greatest Golfer field tees off today

CANFIELD — The 11th Farmers National Bank Greatest Golfer tees off today at Mill Creek with 290 golfers set to play. It’s the fourth-largest field in the event ...

Nothing on the Horizon

OAC has plan for its slate

Selecting plants for shade

Bill and I bought a new house. After sitting in the yard and watching the sun for a whole day, I decided where and what to plant. The front has mature oaks, lots ...

Pseudoscorpion is a beneficial garden predator

Valley Grows Calendar

Opioid scourge continues even during COVID

Many members of Congress view COVID-19 relief legislation as an opportunity to grab money for any number of pet projects unrelated to the epidemic. But one proposed ...

Church finally is clear: Sex crimes must be reported

On COVID-19, US must help itself, neighbors

Will Lowellville’s dam removal lead to revitalization of its downtown?