Due to a temporary hold on the overtime regulations ruling, the Mahoning Valley Hospitality Alliance educational workshop on this topic planned for tonight , has been postponed until further notice.
The event was to take place from 6:30 to 8 p.m. in the YSU Community Conference Room at the Covelli Centre.
The Youngstown Flea will have a “Holiday Flea”, from 4 to 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday at the DeYor Performing Arts Center, 260 W. Federal St.
The Holiday Flea will have more than 50 vendors with items such as jewelry, arts/crafts, antiques, repurposed woods, metals, furniture, vintage clothing and collectibles.
The Holiday Flea also will feature music, farmers markets, food trucks and specialty drink vendors.
The Youngstown/Warren Regional Chamber will have a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 11 a.m. today for the Ohio Golf Academy and Learning Center at VSN Athletic Performance and Fitness Center, 1285 Boardman-Canfield Road.
The Ohio Golf Academy and Learning Center is a total golf improvement solution that combines professional golf instruction and certified instructors to teach participants how to perfect their swing and improve their game.
For more information, visit vsnfitness.com.
The Youngstown/Warren Regional Chamber will have a ribbon-cutting ceremony for Medically Fit, 819 McKay Court, at 11 a.m. Wednesday.
Medically Fit is a clinical health center that focuses on nutrition as a path to a healthier life for individuals through medical evaluation based on specific needs, wants and health care standards.
Visit www.medicallyfit.org for more information.
San Francisco’s public railway hit by hackers
Some passengers on San Francisco’s public railway enjoyed free rides during part of the Thanksgiving holiday weekend after hackers infiltrated hundreds of its workers’ computers and email accounts.
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency says it decided to open the gates at underground stations of its light rail system Friday and Saturday after detecting a “ransomware” attack aimed at stealing sensitive information in an attempt to be paid for the data’s return. Regular fares were still charged for bus rides.
Agency spokesman Paul Rose says an investigation determined that the hackers didn’t get any financial records or other potentially damaging information about the system’s customers or employees.
As of late Monday afternoon, the agency was still trying to determine how much revenue it lost while giving free rides.