Event offers freedom from back pain

Event offers freedom from back pain


The Eastern Ohio Chiro- practic Society is sponsoring a Freedom from Back Pain event from Memorial Day through July 4 to benefit the USO, a nonprofit, nonpolitical organization that supports U.S. troops and their families.

New and referred patients who donate $17.76 to USO will receive a free health history and consultation, orthopedic and neurological exam and report of findings.

Four Mahoning Valley EOCS clinics are participating: Trumbull County Chiropractic, 3635 Elm Road NW, Warren, 330-372-900; Michael Lyons, DC, 1315 Boardman-Canfield Road, Suite 3, Boardman, 330-726-7404: James J. Krumpak, DC, 1714 Boardman- oland Road, Poland, 330-757-1151; and Poland Family Chiropractic, 8270 Youngstown-Pittsburgh Road, Poland, 330-757-8077.

Contact clinics to make arrangements to donate and to make an appointment. For information, visit online at www.uso.org

Park board to meet


The park commissioners board of Boardman Township Park will meet at 1 p.m. today in the park office, 375 Boardman-Poland Road.

Patrol probes accident


The Warren Post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol continues investigating a one-vehicle accident that occurred on Interstate 80 near the Logan Way overpass Tuesday night.

The driver, William Nasos, 75, of New Jersey was driving a 2008 Motor Coach Industries tour bus westbound on I-80. According to a patrol report, Nasos drove off the right side of the road, striking a guardrail face and several concrete barriers.

The vehicle continued off the right side of the road, overturned and came to rest on the passenger side. Nasos, the only occupant, was uninjured.

Township police and fire departments and members of the Youngstown Air Reserve Station Fire Department assisted at the scene.

Threatening call


Marine recruiters at the Southern Park Mall received a call from someone who threatened to come to the office and “shoot up the place.”

Recruiters called its main office in Chicago to report the incident.

A special agent at the main office called the Boardman Police Department and explained what happened.

The agent told police he and the recruiters were unaware of who called or from what number.

They added that they have nobody in mind who would have called.

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