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Valley should embrace GM battery factory

The automotive world is on the cusp of sweeping changes in technology not seen in more than a century. Gas and diesel engines are going by the wayside, and decisions are being made right now on where the factories of the future will be located. Currently we have several companies considering ...

Seeing Eye: Naturalization ceremony set

NATURALIZATION CEREMONY: Mahoning County Clerk of Courts Anthony Vivo will administer the oath for the naturalization of 17 new citizens at a ceremony to be held 11 a.m. Wednesday at the Mahoning County Courthouse. Remarks will be made by Judge R. Scott Krichbaum. Special guests will include ...

Agenda for today and Wednesday

Public meetings scheduled: • MAHONING COUNTY COMMISSIONERS will meet 2:30 p.m. today at the courthouse to view courthouse statues. • LOWELLVILLE BOARD OF EDUCATION will hold a Buildings and Grounds committee meeting 5 p.m. Wednesday at the conference room. • LOWELLVILLE VILLAGE ...

Canfield Fairgrounds abuzz with cars, train displays today

CANFIELD — The only thing missing are the planes today, as trains and automobiles flood the Canfield Fairgrounds. Today will see the first Rooster Rally Car Show and Steak Fry, and the second annual toy train show. The car show is hosted by the Blue Ribbon Wranglers 4-H Club and is ...

Despite hope, Lordstown GM not reopening

U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown said during a recent stop in Youngstown he’s “still holding out” hope General Motors will place its own electric vehicle at the idled Lordstown facility. State Rep. Gil Blair, D-Weathersfield, said, “My preference is to bring back a GM product. The possibility ...

Boardman group to meet architect

SOCIETY SPEAKER: The Boardman Historical Society will start its fall schedule of speakers 10 a.m. Saturday at the Boardman Library. The speaker will be Bob Mastriana of 4M Architects, a firm that specializes in architectural design and historic preservation. He will talk on “The Architecture ...

Marriage applications

Marriages applications granted Aug. 19-30: Robert James Williams, 38, Struthers, and Sara Beth Jackson, 31, Struthers Eric James Haughey, 28, Austintown, and Kelly Ann Sheldon, 30, Austintown Ahmad Hussein Musallam Alhalaybeh, 21, Boardman, and Aseel Hani Mufadi Alhalaybeh, 18, Boardman ...