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Thunderbirds headline the Thunder Over the Valley air show

Female Thunderbird pilot living her dream

Three grants totaling $35,000 help Goodwill

Will improve warehouse work area, give store face lift inside and out

Cicero Davis gets severance package totaling $24,063.40

Davis has hearing scheduled before city Civil Service Commission

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Engineer revives dormant survey department

2 hires help Ginnetti meet his obligation

The survey department maintains county monuments used as reference points by private land surveyors.

Beatrice Hudson, 100, wears heels to dialysis

Likes to fish with a cane pole

Newton Falls soldier meets his senior pen pals

Pvt. Brandon McDaniels stopped by to say thanks

Three grants total $45,000

Recipients are Neil Kennedy, Goodwill and Red Cross Mahoning Valley

Planners still need $40K for air show

The show is May 17-18 at Youngstown Air Reserve Station in Vienna

Major Kahn, Tim Clayton training for 210-mile trek along the Ohio River

Local Peddle for the Pantry ride in works for 2015.

Champion Eagle Scout says scouting "defines" him as a person

Scout executive says scouting is growing in northeast Ohio

Rescue Mission unveils new logo, signage and program emphasis

Emphasis is on education, job readiness and guidance

Mahoning board expected to vote on terms of director contract

Duane Piccirilli, head of Help Hotline, has been offered $112,000

Recommending committees have some questions

Action expected at board's April 24 meeting

Help wanted: Valley air show May 17-18 needs local funds

The Thunderbirds, Air Force Demonstration Squadron, is featured

New Wean foundation president grew up and educated in Youngstown

Raymond John Wean Foundation

Graduated from The Rayen School and Youngstown State University

Youngstown schools detail snow day make-up plan

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Some board members expressed reservations about the blizzard bags

Ben Lupo pleads guilty in brine dumping

Businessman who ordered illegal dumping could get prison term or probation

Lupo, who had been charged with violating the Clean Water Act, entered his plea in federal court.

Cicero Davis to appear before the Ohio Board of Sanitarian Registration

The hearing is at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday in Columbus

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Sen. Sherrod Brown urges Ohio's 193,000 eligible residents to enroll

Local enrollees tell about low payments for good insurance

Help Hotline head offered top job at county mental health board


Duane Piccirilli has been at Help Hotline 22 years

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Veterans service agency has 1st female director

VSC to increase social media presence - reach more veterans

Mahoning County infant mortality rate among highest in the nation

Mahoning County infant mortality rate among highest in the nation

Training for MultiSystemic Therapy counselors starts March 10

Training for MultiSystemic Therapy counselors starts March 10

Hearing doc set for 3rd mission to Dominica with help from Rotary

Rotary District 6650 made Dominica its international project for the year

Youngstown air base to lose 773rd squadron

Eliminated positions at YARS may not mean an equal loss of jobs

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Valley program helping troubled foster kids expands

Offers new evidence-based programs to help foster kids and families

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Casey Harrell, feted by NOCC where she is a correctional officer

Casey Harrell, feted by NOCC where she is a correctional officer

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Columbiana County added to Mahoning Chapter service area

Columbiana County added to Mahoning Chapter service area

Graduates will have no college debt

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Graduates will have no college debt

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Dunn to leave YSU for Southern Illinois?

Youngstown State University officials were surprised — and in the dark — Sunday about whether they will lose their president, Randy J. Dunn, to Southern Illinois University after only about seven months on the job.

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Danridge’s Burgundi celebrates its history

The heritage and history of Danridge’s Burgundi Manor, the first nursing home for black people in Youngstown, is being honored and recognized with special activities and by its new owners during February, Black History Month.

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UW director says the community is caring and compassionate

UW director says the community is caring and compassionate

Vista Center adult day services opens in Lisbon

Remodeled facility can accommodate 15-20 clients

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Fundraiser to help one-time Austintown coach in need of transplant

Donations are being accepted at Associated School Employees Credit Union offices

Sen. Brown's bill would protect Medicare recipients from costs after hospital

Sen. Brown’s bipartisan proposal targets policy regarding ‘inpatient’ hospital stay

3 inpatient days needed to trigger coverage for step-down care

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Area dentists, hygienists, Choffin students give kids free dental care

Area dentists, dental hygienists and Choffin students volunteered

Franchesca Faucette Foundation founded by son for lung cancer research

Franchesca Faucette Foundation to support research and awareness

CHS pledges to invest $75 million over five years

Sharon Regional employees will be retained at same pay and position

City health board nixes merger with county health department

Informal poll was unanimous

Warren woman writes of her struggle with bipolar disorder

Her goal in life was to commit suicide

ValleyCare officials: Northside RNs accepted Aug. economic package

Contract allows hospital to flex staffing levels during periods of low volume

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Valley Health officials warn of weather risks, urge supplies in car

Minus 6 on Wednesday tied the record low for Jan. 22

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Residents air community concerns at mayor's first meet

Youngstown Mayor John A. McNally meets in his office with city resident Connie Timpson during Tuesday’s inaugural “Five Minutes with the Mayor” event. Future “meet the mayor” events are scheduled for 5 pm. Feb. 18 and March 18.

Warren roots defined Fox News chief Roger Ailes

In this Sept. 2011 photo released by 2MK Studio/Fox News, Fox News chairman-CEO Roger Ailes speaks at a 15-year anniversary party for employees at Chelsea Piers in New York. Author Gabriel Sherman writes in “The Loudest Voice in the Room/"How the brilliant, bombastic Roger Ailes built Fox News — and divided a country": Warren is central to understanding Ailes. In the 1940s and ’50s when he grew up, Warren was thriving and presented an idyllic face of post-war American prosperity. Ailes imbibed the values and the frustrations of Americans who live in heartland towns like Warren.”

910th's May air show, open house to feature Thunderbirds

The Thunderbirds aerial demonstration team will perform

Mahoning Valley Red Cross moving to Liberty

New Belmont Avenue location more centrally located in service area

Valley hospitals restrict visitation as flu increases

ODH/CDC say its not too late to get flu vaccine as flu season peak looms

State accreditation process started

State accreditation process started

"Best thing we ever did," say Youngstown foster-care parents

"Best thing we ever did," say foster-care parents


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