Flu shots in Girard
The influenza vaccine will be available at the Girard City Health Department from 9 a.m. to noon, Monday and Oct. 6, by appointment only. Individuals should bring insurance cards. Medicare, Anthem Senior Advantage, Railroad Medicare and Unison are accepted. The cost for all others is $ 20.
For more information or to schedule an appointment, call the health department at 330-545-6048.
Shooting victim ID’d
Police have identified the man who was hit by multiple gunshots at Niles Road and Milton Street Southeast at 2:15 p.m. Friday as Juchard Duncan, 19, of Brier Street Southeast.
Police said Duncan underwent surgery, and police were going to interview him sometime Monday.
Police have issued a warrant for the arrest of the man wanted in Duncan’s shooting, Wallace L. Walters, 28, of Warren.
A Mahoning County Common Pleas Court magistrate has dismissed an auctioneer’s appeal of a state-imposed, one-year suspension of his auctioneer’s license.
Magistrate Timothy G. Welsh dismissed J. Paul Basinger’s appeal, saying the North Lima auctioneer failed to state any grounds for his a ppeal, nor did Basinger assert that the suspension was illegal and unsupported by reliable evidence. Welsh also declined to stay the Ohio Department of Agriculture’s suspension of Basinger’s license.
Robert J. Boggs, ODA director, suspended Basinger’s license, effective Aug. 1, after concurring in a hearing officer’s conclusion that Basinger “engaged in fraud, bid-rigging and misrepresentation” in the Aug. 25, 2009, auction of a Warren house.
The Citizens Committee for the Library Levy of the Public Library of Youngstown and Mahoning County is having a “Beer, Burgers and Bocce for Books” fund-raising event at 5:30 p.m. next Tuesday at the MVR Restaurant, 410 Walnut St.
Included are boccie, a 50/50 raffle, a basket auction and a bar staffed with local celebrity hosts and bartenders.
Tickets are $15 and can be purchased in advance at the MVR or on the day of the event.
A 1.8-mill, five-year levy will appear on the November ballot. If approved, the levy would raise $7,427,231 per year for the library system.