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PIA CAREER FAIR MOVES LOCATION: The Pittsburgh Institute of Aeronautics (PIA) has moved its career fair Tuesday from its campus to the main terminal of the Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport, 1453 Youngstown Kingsville Road, Vienna. The event is 9 to 11 a.m. and will feature representatives ...

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100 YEARS OF CONSERVATION: The Audubon Society of the Mahoning Valley will hold “100 Years of Conservation: A Brief Overview of Ohio’s Park Districts” at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Canfield Library. Mill Creek Park achieved the status as Ohio’s First Park District (1891). The township park ...

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• YOUNGSTOWN BOARD OF EDUCATION will meet 5:30 p.m. Tuesday at the community room at the Youngstown Rayen Early College High School, 20 W. Wood St. • CANFIELD TOWNSHIP TRUSTEES will meet 7 p.m. Tuesday at township hall.

Church welcomes the YSO

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PETERSBURG — With its many colorful stained-glass windows, Petersburg Presbyterian Church seemed the ideal location for a Sunday afternoon stained-glass concert by the Youngstown Symphony Orchestra. Nearly 200 people filled the church sanctuary and balcony for the free one-hour ...

3 steel sculptures dedicated outside Youngstown museum

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YOUNGSTOWN — A World War II veteran and former steelworker has forged his way into the Valley’s history with three steel sculptures he created before his 2014 death dedicated at the Youngstown Historical Center of Industry and Labor. The three works by Sidney Rackoff were dedicated ...

Ohio Turnpike gate to go cash free for safety

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The entrance gate to the Pennsylvania Turnpike will be going cashless at 12:01 a.m. Oct. 27, requiring motorists to use an E-ZPass transponder or be billed according to their license plate, according to Ohio Turnpike spokesman Brian Newbacher. Along with the change comes an increase in ...

ODOT considers removing bridge

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AUSTINTOWN — The Ohio Department of Transportation is considering tearing down the Lanterman Road bridge spanning Interstate 680, but township officials say it may play an important role in safety service response times. The 52-year-old bridge is nearing the end of its lifespan, according ...

Man-Up kicks off No-Shave Movember event

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AUSTINTOWN — Many men who otherwise would rarely if ever sport facial hair might look noticeably different starting now and extending into the holiday season. That’s because they will be growing mustaches, but not to make a fashion statement. Participants’ purpose is to do their part ...

Police search for man in chase

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LIBERTY — A domestic dispute Saturday in 2500 block of Cardinal Drive led to a police chase through parts of Liberty and Youngstown. A 911 spokesman said Liberty police received a call before 10 p.m. of the dispute between a man and a woman. When police arrived, the man ran. Police ...

Students learn about Bill of Rights

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YOUNGSTOWN — Government classes at East High School this week will learn how the U.S. Bill of Rights comes into play during a traffic stop. Youngstown police officer Malik Mostella, who works as a security officer in the Youngstown City School District, is spending two days in the ...