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Trump plan calls for 'hardening' of schools to prevent violence

It also seeks to raise the minimum age to purchase assault weapons to 21

Campbell water rates likely to increase as city tries to balance budget

Campbell tries to balance budget, will raise water rates

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Youngstown council votes to accept an anti-fracking charter amendment

The proposal’s fate is uncertain

Youngstown police chief is reappointed

He was among 12 candidates who applied for the position

Liberty, Girard propose JEDD

The township and city want to work together to boost development opportunities.

Struthers incoming treasurer resigns, council members say goodbye

Depatures in Struthers government as new faces prepare to begin

Canfield city says goodbye to three council members, city manager

The city of Canfield gave fond farewells to three members of council, and City Manager Joe Warino. In addition, the city will submit a grant application for state Route 11 off-ramps, appoint a JEDD committee representative and established cemetery fees and regulations.


THE CANDIDATES Applicants for Trumbull County administrator/purchasing director: Gina Angle of

Councilman honored for 24 years of service at Hubbard meeting Monday night

Councilman honored for 24 years of service at Hubbard meeting Monday night

'Coco' holds top perch at box office this weekend

The Disney film made an additional $18.2 million in its third weekend of release

New contract for Boardman firefighters includes new wage scale, raises

Boardman Township reaches agreement on new three-year contract with firefighters’ union

County touts bond rating, issues $22 million to fund sanitary improvements

$8.46 million in bonds will fund multiple

Youngstown police arrest woman in stabbing of man at her South Side home

The suspected assailant said she is nine months pregnant

Campbell, Struthers, Mahoning County miss $1 million in funding

No $1 million HUD funding for Campbell, Struthers, Mahoning County this year

Campbell police move to E-ticket system

Receiving a traffic ticket is never an enjoyable experience, but the Campbell Police Department hopes its newest equipment will help expedite the process and, ultimately, offer better service to the public.