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Exhibit shares city nursing group’s history

YOUNGSTOWN — The history of the Youngstown General Duty Nurses Association is showcased in a new exhibit unveiled Thursday at the Youngstown Historical Center of Industry and Labor. More than 75 people gathered at the center Thursday for the official opening of the exhibit and a program on ...

Austintown homicide hearing pushed back

AUSTINTOWN — Steve W. Green III, 24, charged with aggravated murder in the Oct. 8 shooting death of his ex-girlfriend, Ashley Lockhart, outside of a Compass West apartment, is rescheduled for a preliminary hearing at 11 a.m. Nov. 3. The hearing had been scheduled for Wednesday morning, but ...

Commissioners award $2M in ARP funds

YOUNGSTOWN — Mahoning County commissioners awarded another $2 million in American Rescue Plan funds Thursday and also revealed they are giving $750,000 to a project in Campbell. Boardman Township trustees attended the meeting to thank the commissioners for $1 million that will help pay for ...

Attorney: Pharmacists ignored red flags

CLEVELAND — The attorney leading the effort to prove pharmacy chains failed in stopping the abuse of opioids in the early 2000s sought to establish that some Walgreens pharmacists did not follow the company’s own policies when there were red flags that prescriptions should not be ...

On the record: Hubbard

WHAT: Board of Education meeting Tuesday PRESENT: Rocky Adams, Amanda O’Neill, William Cummings and Don Newell ABSENT: Tony Pantone The board: • Approved an agreement for emergency medical services from the Eagle Joint Fire District; • Accepted retirement resignations of ...

Larchmont Avenue railroad crossing repairs to start

WARREN — As work on a North River Road railroad crossing wraps up, another crossing on Larchmont Avenue will start soon. The work on the Howland crossing on Larchmont between North River Road and Elm Road is expected to start Saturday and last through Tuesday. The Trumbull County ...