Two levies generate a combined $4 million a year.
Savings matched at a 2:1 ratio
Recovery plan developed.
It will cost $1.5 million.
Struthers man was the first patient.
Col. James D. Dignan takes over March 3 at the Youngstown Air Reserve Station in Vienna.
The CDC confirmed the Mahoning County coroner’s preliminary finding.
Harvest for Hunger is in March.
Care is comprehensive
The Ohio Department of Health, which tracks flu activity across the state, said that as of Feb. 2, the incidence of flu-related illnesses is lessening.
Layoffs not expected
Most have no insurance.
Owes five years’ service in exchange
6,000 Mahoning Valley families benefited.
Improvement is dramatic
Speech and occupational therapy are covered by insurance, but not if they come under an autism diagnosis.
Pat “Pinky” Pinkerton of Salem, a case manager at St. Elizabeth Health Center, shows off her anniversary card Tuesday flanked by Jerry Rosa, left, manager of the department of case management and social work, and Robert Shroder, president and chief executive officer of Humility of Mary Health Partners, which operates St. Elizabeth.
Leroy Morgan stands outside the Rescue Mission of Mahoning Valley on MLK Jr. Boulevard in Youngstown. Morgan came to the mission Tuesday to get out of the weather. Recent cold weather has resulted in a full house at the mission.
The county health department’s landfill inspection program survives
Family docs more cost efficient
Initial studies from Monday’s autopsy on the body of Hunter Sean Ewert, 4, of Boardman are consistent with a viral infection, said forensic pathologist Dr. Joseph Ohr.
Seeing too many friends sick with the flu brought Jeanie Price to the Mahoning County health department on Thursday for a flu shot.
But $10.8 million was unreimbursed Medicaid care, and uncompensated and charity care.
YARS pumped $123 million into the local economy in 2012.
Registered nurses at Hillside have guaranteed voice in staffing levels
In the past month, influenza has gone from being widespread in 7 states to 41, as of Friday.
Akron Children’s will spend $400,000 on the 15-bed inpatient unit.
Their parents feel less stressed each Christmas Day.
Heather Hynek of Boardman shares a playful moment with her daughter, Violet Grace, 3, and husband Aaron. When Heather was pregnant with Violet, she was diagnosed with stage-four non-small cell lung cancer, which had spread to her brain. Because she was pregnant, treating the cancer was very dangerous, but she survived and Violet was born without developmental disabilities.
James Campbell, left, representative of the American Legion Department of Ohio, shares a laugh with Robert Raver, far right, commander of American Legion Post 472 in Youngstown, after Campbell presented the keys to Raver for the post’s new $300,000 facility at 472 E. Indianola Ave.
The health department wants $388,000 to maintain inspections of landfills and water wells. The Green Team says $300,00 is enough.
The Mahoning County Salvation Army has conducted a Christmas present giveaway for many years, but the shopping aspect was introduced this year.
Police captured one of the men involved on Southern Boulevard.
The flu is more widespread than normal this early in the season, says a spokeswoman with the Ohio Department of Health.
Meanwhile, no progress has been made for a new pact with CHS and the nurses at ValleyCare Northside Medical Center in Youngstown.
Board officials said the video system is set up to monitor behaviors on the buses.
Jack Bucan, Ian Socha and Adam Price, all of McDonald, display toys they received for their birthday that they are donating to Akron Children’s Hospital Mahoning Valley. They turn 12 Wednesday (12-12-12) and will celebrate with a party at Towjo’s Bar and Grill in McDonald.
.Jim Szabo, retired Navy veteran and Youngstown State University ROTC official said Pearl Harbor should have better prepared us for the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. "We failed to learn from our mistake," he said, noting that both events drew us into war.
St. Elizabeth Health Center officials say the recently renovated cardiovascular lab features the most advanced technology available for treatment of erratic heartbeats.
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