Traffic, parking concern
YOUNGSTOWN -- Police are warning downtown workers that traffic and parking could be a big problem Friday morning.
An additional 1,000 cars may be parked downtown when workers arrive Friday morning. The Tom Joyner Sky Show, a national radio show with eight million listeners, will broadcast live between 6 and 10 a.m. from Powers Auditorium. A crowd exceeding 2,300 people is expected. Those attending are expected to start lining up Thursday night at Powers.
Downtown workers should expect delays and to find street and other public parking being used by those attending the event. Parking lot operators will have attendants to reserve spaces for regular customers, police said. Additional police will be deployed to ease traffic problems.
National Bus Bash
GREENVILLE, Pa. -- Motor coaches from across the country will converge on Greenville this weekend for the 43rd annual National Bus Bash Convention.
Anderson Coach & amp; Travel, 1 Anderson Plaza just off Pennsylvania Route 18 north of the borough, is host of this year's event, which runs Friday through Sunday.
Anderson has invited the public to be a part of the convention from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday. There will be a picnic lunch to benefit the Hempfield Township Volunteer Fire Department. There also will be a parade through Greenville at 4:15 p.m., featuring all of the attending motor coaches.