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Mahoning sheriff, Chevy dealer on move for breast-cancer awareness

Laura Castellano, a breast cancer survivor who works for the Mahoning County Sheriff’s Department signs her name to a pink cruiser painted by Greenwood Chevy personnel as Sheriff Jerry Greene looks on at Austintown dealership.

Uncontrolled shipping temps could result in disaster

Q. When medications lose their potency during shipping, it can be life-threatening. This happened to

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Evolution of breast cancer treatment means more survivors

Breast cancer in its early stages is not always painful, and sometimes there are no symptoms, which is why it’s vital that women older than 40 get yearly screenings.

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Active shooting drill at St. Pat's helped first responders train

Police, fire and hospital workers practiced responding to a mass shooting Thursday.

Medical malpractice settlement came just after Trumbull jury was seated

The lawsuit was filed by a Hubbard woman who is now a paraplegic.

Akron Children’s named one of best places to work

Akron Children’s named one of best places to work AKRON Akron Children’s Hospital has been

Luncheon gives CHP stakeholders opportunity to collaborate

The coalition, which received a Drug-Free Communities grant in October 2017, aims to prevent and reduce youth substance use and abuse on the city’s South Side.

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Canfield mom receives Purple Heart for late son

Nanette Dillon of Canfield becomes emotional after receiving the Purple Heart medal on behalf of her son, David Devellin, an Army veteran who was injured in Iraq and who took his own life in June. U.S. Rep. Bill Johnson of Marietta, R-6th, center, delivered the medal Friday at a ceremony at the Canfield Green gazebo, a;so attended by Canfield Mayor Richard Duffett, left.

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State Issue 1 debaters square off on

Shakyra Diaz, left, a state Issue 1 supporter, makes points about the issue during a debate that aired live Wednesday on

YMCA Health Fair is set for Wednesday

YMCA Health Fair is set for Wednesday YOUNGSTOWN The YMCA of Youngstown’s Health Fair is from

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700 take steps against stigma in mental illness in Youngstown

People struggling with mental health issues have lived in shadows of shame for too long, said Hope Haney. The Steps Against Stigma Walk on Saturday in Wick Park on the city’s North Side, aimed to help them finally step into the light.

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Sen. Sherrod Brown touts bill to help newborns suffering from opioid withdrawal

Brown expects the bipartisan legislation to be approved Monday by the Senate.

Prostate awareness

Prostate awareness WARREN As part of Prostate Awareness Month this month, Mercy Health is

Two rabid raccoons found in county

Health board advises residents to vaccinate pets, avoid wildlife.

High Holiday food drive

High Holiday food drive YOUNGSTOWN The Jewish Community Relations Council is sponsoring its 28th