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Learning new tricks

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WEATHERSFIELD — Learning to get used to sirens and other loud noises, using steps and escalators, and being in crowd situations are among some of the testing areas dogs and their handlers undergo to become members of PAWS Therapy Team. A two-day testing event took place recently at several ...

Positive changes in pandemic on the way

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SANDUSKY — The COVID-19 pandemic continues to drag on with no immediate end in sight and with new cases and new deaths reported every day. While it’s difficult to predict what might happen this winter, the situation appears to be getting better in many ways instead of worse. As ...

Forever 4-Hers keep projects going

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Like many of the area 4-H clubs, the Forever 4-Hers felt the effects of the pandemic this summer, yet found a way to continue as a club and take care of community projects. “Community service is very important to my club and I feel it is an important life lesson to give back to our community ...

One hospitalized after rollover crash

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YOUNGSTOWN — One person was taken to the hospital after a single-vehicle rollover crash near the Four Seasons Flea Market on U.S. Route 422. The crash happened around 11:15 a.m. in the parking lot of a plaza that houses a Save-A-Lot grocery store, Premier Bank and Buddy’s Cafe, just west ...

Outraged

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YOUNGSTOWN — Some members of city council strongly objected to ex-Youngstown Finance Director David Bozanich getting a one-year prison sentence, which they described as too lenient. “Justice wasn’t served; it wasn’t,” said Councilwoman Anita Davis, D-6th Ward, and a retired city ...

Gone phishing: Scam season is now upon us

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Stop me if you heard this one: the Prince of Nigeria is in need of your help. For two decades, this email scam has been swindling money out of people across the world. To this day, the Prince is still successfully scamming over $700,000 per year from people with a simple email. But while the ...

Police investigate fatal East Side shooting

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YOUNGSTOWN — A man in his late 40s was found shot to death when police arrived at a home in the 300 block of Euclid Avenue at just after 10 p.m. Friday. Police were called to the address for a shooting victim and found the man shot multiple times. He was pronounced dead at the scene. The ...

Voting checklist

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WARREN — When people make decisions in their everyday lives, they seldom analyze their choices by running through a checklist of who they are — age, race, income, level of education or where they live. But that checklist is important, especially now, in an unusually tense presidential ...

Valley sees virus cases creep up this week

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Trumbull and Mahoning counties saw smaller increases in coronavirus cases this week than last week — 45 for Mahoning and 34 for Trumbull. The previous week, the numbers increased by 102 for Mahoning and 59 for Trumbull. The change was about the same for Columbiana County. Its increase in ...