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DeWine seeks $300 million for education

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine and other state officials plan to ask the State Controlling Board on Monday to allocate $300 million in coronavirus relief funds to help ...

Virtual tourism in Israel event set

TASTE OF ISRAEL SHARED SOCIETY: Jewish Community Center of Youngstown, the Inter-Agency Task Force, and Shared Paths will hold a virtual lunch and learn, “Tourism ...

Seeing Eye

CANFIELD COMMUNITY FORUM: Canfield’s Community Forum will be 6 p.m. today at Fair Park for anyone who would like to participate. The purpose ...

Madeleine Dunn 1918-2020

YOUNGSTOWN — Madeleine Dunn, 101, passed away July 7, 2020, at Liberty Health Care Center in Youngstown. Madeleine was born Oct. 14, 1918, ...

Economy stumbles as 1.3M seek unemployment

Another 1.3 million Americans sought unemployment benefits last week, a sign the economy is stumbling as the viral outbreak intensifies and threatens to slow hiring ...

Chamber offers health care plan to sole proprietors

Dominion Energy’s rates in July to break record lows

Area administrators miffed by OHSAA move

Jerry Snodgrass had a presence as the Ohio High School Athletic Association commissioner, through his social media accounts and in person. He was admired by most ...

McDonald’s Domitrovich gets second chance

Browns come to terms with 1st-round pick

Finding comfort

Sherri Mamounis, 56, of Youngstown, gets paid to be the live-in caretaker for her twin sister, Sheryl Lasky, who has been diagnosed with multiple ...

Senior news

Students share passion for the environment

Be cautious of heat stroke, exhaustion

The Mahoning Valley, like many areas of Ohio and western Pennsylvania, has been experiencing the hottest temperatures of the summer during the last several days, ...

Canfield Fair a big loss, but let’s plan for 2021

Fireworks safety important even after July 4th

Should masks in public be required for all of Ohio?