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Former pharmacist loses license for diluting drugs

Ernest Perrin will serve five years’ probation and perform 100 hours community service for diluting intravenous antibiotics at a hospital pharmacy

Feds seek more than $2.8 million, cars, from Braking Point owner

Paperwork filed Wednesday in the U.S. Northern District Court Of Ohio said that the funds and cars were obtained from illegal acts on the part of Ryan Sheridan, including Medicare fraud, conspiracy to commit Medicare fraud and money laundering.

Streetscape program to clean up downtown, surrounding areas June 2

More than 800 volunteers are expected to participate.

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Schiavoni addresses opioids, schools during Lowellville forum

Democratic Gubernatorial candidate Joe Schiavoni met on Thursday with more than 150 of his constituents just off the banks of the Mahoning River at the Mt. Carmel Society Hall in Lowellville.

Youngstown police probe South Side homicide

Youngstown police are investigating a homicide that happened on the 700 block of Sherwood Avenue on the city’s South Side about 7 p.m. Thursday.

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Annual YSU dinner recognizes acts of diversity

Youngstown State University’s annual Diversity Leadership Recognition Dinner was at Stambaugh Auditorium’s Tyler Grand Ballroom. Students and faculty honored at Thursday night’s event were, from left, Hillary Fuhrman, Alison Kaufman, Michael Jerryson, Sherri Harper Woods and Catherine Cooper.

Warrants issued for 3

Prostitution charges

Senate OKs budget

Police probe break-in

Resentenced in rape

Campbell Civics Day

Preschool open house

Eateries to raise funds

Poland branch closed