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Lending a hand to local superhero Nora Sabella

The Mahoning Valley Old Cars Club is lending a hand to local superhero Nora Sabella, 4, to aid her in fighting off who she says is the bad guy inside of her

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75 years ago today, Youngstown Diocese gets first bishop

Bishop James McFadden was installed as the first bishop of the Diocese of Youngstown on July 22, 1943.

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All ages take part in 5K on the Runway

An estimated 125 runners of all ages and skill levels took part in Saturday morning’s first 5K on the Runway at the Youngstown Air Reserve Station.

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Pride Festival showcases value of diversity and unity

Many lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer people will tell you that much progress has been made regarding others’ acceptance of their sexual orientation and the rights they have gained, but that a long road toward achieving equal treatment remains ahead.

Woman in critical condition after being shot in head

A 32-year-old woman, Denise Thurston, was in critical condition Saturday morning after being shot in the head at 4:30 a.m. in the 200 block of Hilton Avenue on Youngstown’s South Side.

METRO DIGEST || Vintage and Vinyl car, music event today

St. Patrick Parish, 1420 Oak Hill Ave., Youngstown, is having a Vintage and Vinyl car and music event on the street and in the parking lot across from the church from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. today.


VETERANS Tri-State Marine Corps League Detachment 494 is having its 39th annual reunion from 6 p.m. to midnight Aug. 18 at the Saxon Club, 710 S. Meridian Road.


Projects scheduled for Mahoning County by Ohio Department of Transportation:

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Trump's energy proposal could derail plans in Lordstown

Clean Energy Future President Bill Siderewicz stands in front of the $900 million gas-fired power plant his company is building in Lordstown. Siderewicz is asking elected officials to weigh in against a coal bailout proposal from the Trump administration.

Agenda Monday

Agenda Monday Boardman Township trustees, 5:30 p.m., township government center, 8299 Market St.

Affordable ways to refresh your home

By LAUREN SCHWAHN NerdWallet Home improvements can rejuvenate a stale dwelling. But remodeling


COURTS columbiana county new cases Kent State University v. Beth Jarrett, money. Ally Bank

Baseball, beer help Wright Brothers’ hometown rise again

Baseball, beer help Wright Brothers’ hometown By MITCH STACY Associated Press DAYTON When I


Recognition Sam Covelli, owner/CEO of Covelli Enterprises, was elected Grand Commodore at The

Pizza challenge

Pizza challenge YOUNGSTOWN This month, Pizza Joe’s is featuring the Big Joe Wedgie Challenge at