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Liberty trustees say no to medical-marijuana businesses

Trustees bar medical-marijuana facilities from township.

Chairman elaborates on rationale for sales-tax recommendation

Matas said the group agreed to recommend a half-percent sales-tax increase that would raise an additional $12.7 million annually. At the same time, it recommended a reduction in property taxes of $2.7 million.

Restored statues returning to Mahoning Courthouse roof

The Mahoning County commissioners approved a road closing for the Mount Carmel Celebration.

Youngstown’s only public pool will open thanks to an aquatics instructor

Without enough lifeguards, there were doubts about it opening

Boardman sewage plant to be upgraded

The Boardman wastewater treatment plant will be upgraded to accept new sewage flow.

Vigorito failed to teach scheduled water operator classes, document says

Applicants paid $100 each; required classes were not taught; and tests were issued with answer sheets to get fraudulent certificates, bill says.

» Attached: Document

County engineer: Slow down traveling on Meridian Road

There will be lots of delays and congestion as Meridian improvements are underway

New sewer project approved for Pineview in Austintown

The Mahoning County commissioners approved building a new sanitary sewer to protect Meander Reservoir.

Campbell council opens door to medical marijuana grower

The business hopes to obtain license from state

Youngstown council OK'd contracts for major street improvement projects

The work includes improvements to Fifth Avenue and Front Street.

WR Port Authority sues airline, seeking return of $361,714

Aerodynamics Inc. flew daily flights for a short time last summer to Chicago out of the Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport.

Youngstown council will consider legislation Wednesday for improvement projects, including one that won’t start until 2022

The reason for the proposals is to get lengthy design work started this year

Hubbard Council mulls ban on medical marijuana businesses

Proposal would prohibit growth, sale of medical marijuana within city limits.