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Struthers block watch group plans projects, fundraising auction

The auction is set for June 19 at Highland Avenue School in Struthers.

Struthers VFW post marks 75 years of service to local vets

Jim Dill is commander of VFW Post 3538 at 157 Lowellville Road in Struthers. Though it has experienced dwindling membership in recent years, the post has survived and is celebrating its 75th anniversary this month.

Downtown Struthers grows with new businesses, parking area

By EMMALEE C. TORISK etorisk@vindy.com STRUTHERS With at least two new businesses set to open

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Ohio section of Stavich Bike Trail in need of repairs

The Lowellville/Hillsville Charitable Foundation, which oversees trail maintenance, has about $11,000 remaining, but repairs are estimated at $300,000.

$4.2M to help home demolition in Youngstown, suburbs

Struthers Mayor Terry Stocker, left, and Ed Wildes, safety-service director, stand near a condemned house on Creed Street that they hope to demolish. Since 2008, when both took office, the city has demolished about 90 homes.

Youngstown schools detail snow day make-up plan

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Some board members expressed reservations about the blizzard bags

Struthers to step up enforcement of property maintenance

Council recently amended the city's residential and commercial property maintenance codes

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Campbell nonprofit hosts fundraiser to restore Sheet & Tube housing

The Iron Soup Historical Preservation Company will have a booth at Four Seasons Flea and Farm Market through April.

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Arms Family Museum to reopen Friday after restoration

Sara B. Chase, a preservation consultant, surveys the water-damaged period dining room at the Arms Family Museum of Local History. Several rooms in the museum, located at 648 Wick Ave. in Youngstown, were damaged after a copper water pipe in a second-floor wall burst Jan. 8, but none were harmed as severely as the first-floor dining room.

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Valley ranks near bottom in American quality-of-life index

Jerry Schromofsky and his dog, Missy, walk in Mill Creek Park on Tuesday. Schromofsky, who lives in Youngstown, said he walks for exercise several days a week and also regularly works out at a gym.

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