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Write-in effort paves way for Hetrick win

YOUNGSTOWN — Nothing is going to change the outcome of the write-in Democratic primary for Youngstown council president: Tom Hetrick is the winner, election ...

Sebring tax

Uncounted provisional votes could be a factor for the Sebring school district’s 1-percent income tax renewal issue. The issue passed 196 to 193 ...

Agenda

• BEAVER TOWNSHIP TRUSTEES will hold a special meeting 1 p.m. today at the administration building to meet with legal counsel for an executive session with ...

Agenda

• STRUTHERS CITY COUNCIL will meet 6 p.m. today via Zoom at https://zoom.us/j/95405234258 with meeting ID 95405234258 and passcode ...

Michael A. Kachmer, M.D. 1930-2021

POLAND — Michael Andrew Kachmer, M.D., 90, father, grandfather, brother and friend to many, passed peacefully in his sleep of natural causes, ...

Lordstown Motors sued again

LORDSTOWN — Wrongdoing and misleading public statements by officers and directors of Lordstown Motors Corp. have devastated the electric-truck startup’s ...

State awards YSU $1.6M for STEMM scholarships

Infrastructure presentations planned

Patience pays off

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Josh Naylor homered in the ninth inning, sending the Cleveland Indians to a 5-4 victory over the Kansas City Royals on Wednesday night. Naylor ...

Weary Cavaliers dominated by Trail Blazers

Indians lose catcher to broken thumb

Warm days for tilling, planting

Today was our first day of 80-degree weather this year, and we enjoyed the great outdoors. Daughters Susan and Verena and grandchildren Jennifer and Ryan came last ...

Health notes

Take a stroll

More voting changes could be warranted

Election may be small, but value is still critical

Have you purchased flowers for spring planting?