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‘Patch Blast Trade-O-Ree’ coming to Camp Stambaugh

CANFIELD — A “Patch Blast Trade-O-Ree” is coming Aug. 21 to the Great Trail Council, Boy Scouts of America Camp Stambaugh. If anyone has scouting items that they no longer want, the event is an opportunity to sell the items or perhaps find other items for a collection. This is the ...

Youngstown woman accused of OVI, endangering child

GIRARD — A Youngstown woman was in Girard Municipal Court on Friday for an arraignment on charges stemming from a traffic stop Thursday evening where police say she was intoxicated and endangered a child. Marquita Robertson, 37, of 3075 Goleta Ave., pleaded not guilty to charges of ...

Police probing fraudulent check claim

AUSTINTOWN — Township police are investigating a claim made by a manager for a business who said a former employee tried cashing a check for approximately $1,500. Management for On Demand, 5760 Patriot Blvd., told police he was alerted by the company’s bank, Premiere Bank, that someone ...

Deal finalized for industrial park building

YOUNGSTOWN — City officials finalized a deal with an auto body repair business on a lease-to-buy contract for a building in the Salt Springs Road Industrial Park. The board of control met briefly Friday to approve the contract with Kempthorn Collision Center, which has Akron and Canton ...

Youngstown council to conduct pair of ARP listening sessions

YOUNGSTOWN — The city will have two listening sessions for residents to provide input on how Youngstown will spend $82,775,370 from the federal American Rescue Plan. Councilman Mike Ray, D-4th Ward, will have a meeting at 6 p.m. Aug. 10 at Holy Trinity Serbian Orthodox Church’s pavilion, ...

On the record — Hubbard

WHAT: Board of Education meeting Wednesday PRESENT: Don Newell, Tony Pantone, Rocky Adams, Amanda O’Neill and Bill Cummings The Board: • Heard from Superintendent Ray Soloman that for the 2021-22 school year, students will attend classes in person five days a week, and masks will be ...