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Brad Day, an employee of Tipton Landscaping of Salem, works in Harrison Common.

Brad Day, an employee of Tipton Landscaping of Salem, works ...

Brad Day, an employee of Tipton Landscaping of Salem, works in Harrison Common.


Martha Morgan, project manager at Wick Neighbors Inc., looks over Harrison Common, the first project in an overall plan to revitalize Youngstown’s Smoky Hollow neighborhood.

Martha Morgan, project manager at Wick Neighbors Inc., looks over ...

Martha Morgan, project manager at Wick Neighbors Inc., looks over Harrison Common, the first project in an overall plan to revitalize Youngstown’s Smoky Hollow neighborhood.


Rick Sause, an employee with the Ohio Department of Transporation, inspects a snowplow Wednesday during an annual preseason inspection. ODOT District 4, which encompasses Mahoning, Trumbull, Ashtabula, Portage, Summit and Stark counties, had a “dry run” Wednesday morning and tested equipment for winter weather at its Canfield garage.

Rick Sause, an employee with the Ohio Department of Transporation, ...

Rick Sause, an employee with the Ohio Department of Transporation, inspects a snowplow Wednesday during an annual preseason inspection. ODOT District 4, which encompasses Mahoning, Trumbull, Ashtabula, Portage, Summit and Stark counties, had a “dry ...


Matt Wittman, 15-year-old freshman at Canfield High School, will be honored Saturday as an honorary captain on the varsity soccer team. Matt has Duchenne’s muscular dystrophy.

Matt Wittman, 15-year-old freshman at Canfield High School, will be ...

Matt Wittman, 15-year-old freshman at Canfield High School, will be honored Saturday as an honorary captain on the varsity soccer team. Matt has Duchenne’s muscular dystrophy.


Larry Poage, Ohio Department of Transportation employee, checks the mirrors of his snow plow during an annual preseason inspection Wednesday at ODOT’s Canfield garage. ODOT District 4 is second in the state for average snowfall with 81 inches. ODOT District 12, which includes Cuyahoga and Geauga counties, is first with 88.4 inches of snow on average.

Larry Poage, Ohio Department of Transportation employee, checks the mirrors ...

Larry Poage, Ohio Department of Transportation employee, checks the mirrors of his snow plow during an annual preseason inspection Wednesday at ODOT’s Canfield garage. ODOT District 4 is second in the state for average snowfall ...