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Restore plush Parkway?

The Parkway Tower on Park Avenue near Wick Park and Stambaugh Auditorium opened in 1929 as one of Youngstown’s premium apartment complexes. The former plush high-rise is deteriorating, but some hope to save it as hotel.


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Ohio at forefront of training for oil & gas emergencies

The Ohio Oil and Gas Energy Education Program has trained first responders from communities throughout Ohio and seven other states, including Texas, Oklahoma and Pennsylvania.


Deep cuts in funding strain Ohio care facilities

Activity director Leslie Snyder helps feed Patricia Dickey, a resident at Maplecrest Nursing Home in Struthers.


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No stopping Horacek

Dan Horacek, center, has not let cerebral palsy stop him from doing two of the things he loves: teaching and working with young athletes. Here, he shares a moment with members of the varsity basketball team at Austintown Fitch High School, where he assists with the program.


Youngstown pet owners say law is Pit BULL

Corey Brown, his wife, Jada, and their daughters Preshus and Khaylah live on Youngstown’s South Side with their pit bull, Chuckita. Also shown are Brown’s nieces and nephews. Bottom row, from left: Khaylah Brown, Kayden Brown, Kaylee Brown and Chuckita; middle row: Preshus Brown; top row: Karesha Brown, Jada Brown, Kayne Brown and Corey Brown. Kayden is holding a photo of Chuck, the family’s 9-year-old pit bull who died in May.


Gas industry spurs new product sales for Pa. uniform store

For more than 20 years, Rogers Uniforms stocked maroon and sky blue scrubs for health care workers, hats and aprons for restaurants employees and even items for law enforcement officials.For more than 20 years, Rogers Uniforms stocked maroon and sky blue scrubs for health care workers, hats and aprons for restaurants employees and even items for law enforcement officials.


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Oil, gas industry boosted Fort Worth economy before moving on

Cars were rolling off of the lot almost as quickly as they were rolling on back in 2007-2008, recalls Troy Young of Mike Carlson Motor Co. in Fort Worth, Texas.


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DRILLING IN SHALE REGIONS || How Safe Is The Air?

Calvin Tillman stands in front of the town hall in Dish, Texas, a town of 200 where he was mayor and where more than 30 gas and oil wells have been drilled. He now travels the world advocating oil and gas accountability, and was in Canton last fall.


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