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Consumers announces dividend

YOUNGSTOWN — Consumers Bancorp Inc., the holding company for Consumers National Bank, has announced a quarterly dividend of 13.5 cents per share for the corporation’s common stock.The dividend is payable June 15 to stockholders of record at the close of business on May 25. Consumers ...

No identity yet on crash victim

YOUNGSTOWN — The Mahoning County Coroner’s office today is expected to release the name of the man killed Sunday in a crash in the 300 block of Shirley Road. The crash occurred just after 2:30 p.m. The car was on its side when police arrived. The driver died at the scene, and two others ...

Man stable after being shot walking

YOUNGSTOWN — A city man, 21, shot Sunday while walking on Glenwood Avenue was in stable condition Monday at St. Elizabeth Youngstown Hospital. He was driven there by a man who drove up and helped him off the street, the victim told police. A Youngstown police officer was already at the ...

Franchise donates pizzas to schools

School children this week are receiving free slices of Pizza Hut pizzas in Youngstown, Warren and other communities. Approximately 375 pizzas were delivered to Choffin Career and Technical School in Youngstown on Monday. The HallRich Inc. Pizza Hut franchise said it is giving away the pizzas ...

Harding to recognize 8th-graders

YOUNGSTOWN — Harding Elementary School will deliver medals, certificates and other items today to graduating eighth-graders. Between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m., Principal Teri Coward, Assistant Principal Maureen Donofrio and Dean Ray Salyard, along with eighth-grade teachers Kelly Swiger, Mechelle ...

Canfield

Police activity reported April 23-May 17: May 17 — Mutual aid was provided to Campbell Police involving a chemical test of a subject. May 16 — Following a traffic stop on East Main Street, Rachel Stouffer, 31, 299 S. Broad St., Canfield, was charged with driving while under suspension ...

Poland Village

Police activity reported May 2-10: May 10, 1:45 p.m. — Open burning reported in the woods behind a Windmere Place home. May 8, 11:06 p.m. — Animal complaint about a barking dog reported on Massachusetts Avenue. May 7, 11:35 a.m. — A report was taken regarding a 911 open line that ...

2020 Canfield Fair plans move along

CANFIELD — “We are going forward as if we are having the fair.” Those were the words spoken last week by Canfield Fair Board President Ward Campbell. “We should know more after June 1,” he said. Campbell said Gov. Mike DeWine has assembled a Fair Advisory Group to look at all ...

Public libraries plan for reopening

Local library officials are waiting for word from Gov. Mike DeWine on when to reopen the doors that have been shut since mid-March during the novel coronavirus outbreak. Library officials are getting ready by remodeling their interiors and having curbside activities this month and in ...

Canfield gushes in water improvements

CANFIELD — An increase in Canfield city’s stormwater fees is allowing for infrastructure improvements, which will begin soon. City Manager Wade Calhoun said the first project on the list will be on Railroad Street, where a new catch basin will be tied into existing pipe so water ...