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Great Clips offers free service to military



Published: Sun, November 4, 2012 @ 12:00 a.m.

Great Clips offers free service to military

youngstown

For the second year, the Great Clips franchisees of the Valley Area will honor our service people by offering them a free hair service on Veterans Day.

Any active duty or retired service person or reservist is eligible.

Great Clips has locations in Austintown, Boardman, Canfield, Cortland, Hermitage, Howland Corners, Liberty, Niles and Salem.

Financial adviser plans open house

columbiana

Todd Hogan, a local financial adviser for the financial services firm Edward Jones, will have a holiday open house from 2 to 6 p.m. Thursday at 1 S. Main St. in Columbiana.

“We are happy to be part of the Columbiana community and would like to express our appreciation for the confidence and support we receive year-round,” Hogan said.

Podiatrist trained for ankle procedure

Warren

Dr. James LaPolla Jr. will begin performing the Tornier Total Ankle Prosthesis, an ankle joint replacement for arthritis sufferers at The Northeast Ohio Foot, Ankle & Wound Center Inc.

LaPolla attended a training program for arthroplasty hosted by Tornier and is now the only podiatrist in the Trumbull County area performing this procedure.

AT&T opens store

boardman

AT&T opened a new store in Boardman on Tuesday at 650 Boardman-Canfield Road.

Public hearing on oil, gas zoning changes

mineral ridge

The Weathersfield Township Zoning Commission will have a public hearing at 7 p.m. Nov. 14 to discuss changes to zoning regulations regarding oil and gas.

The proposed changes would require drilling companies to register with the zoning commission before starting any drilling operations and would include a nonrefundable registration fee.

The proposed zoning rules also include setback requirements and other zoning changes.

WorkAdvance earns a first-place award

Columbus

The Ohio Economic Development Association has given WorkAdvance, an employment program that operates in Cleveland and Youngstown among other cities nationally, the first- place award for excellence in work-force development innovation.

WorkAdvance provides training to help potential employees get jobs in the health care and manufacturing sector.

The award was presented as part of the association’s annual excellence awards, which took place Oct. 24-26 in Columbus.

Vindicator staff reports


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