Saturday, September 24, 2022

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Employee report YOUNGSTOWN - Mahoning County's Common Pleas Court Judge Anthony Donofrio overturned bail on a town man now charged on two police fleeing cases, one of which involved a crash that killed a former Youngstown State University football player became. At the request of Mahoning County prosecutors, Judge Adrienne D....
Staff photo / Andy Gray Billy Beck, a youngstowner by birth who now...
WARREN - A Youngstown man was sentenced to six months in prison on Wednesday after a Trumbull County judge ruled he was ineligible for parole. David E. DeWitt, 25, of Liberty Court, Youngstown, confessed in June of a domestic violence crime related to a September 4, 2020 incident on Davis...
History books don't often tell of the day-to-day workers who toil to make a living. Cincinnati was a river city, a border city, a manufacturing city. It was possible because of the blood, sweat and hard work of the people who built this city and who did...
YOUNGSTOWN - Not satisfied with the way labor negotiations with the city are going, members of the Police Patrol Union will demonstrate in front of City Hall next week. In a letter to Mayor Jamael Tito Brown, James Rowley, president of the Youngstown Police Association, and Dan Leffler, senior legal...
YOUNGSTOWN - City council decided to postpone a controversial plan to give $ 1,000 to city workers who have or wanted to get a COVID-19 vaccination. Four out of seven council members supported the proposal at a meeting of the finance committee on Monday. But Councilor Lauren McNally, D-5th Ward, one...
YOUNGSTOWN - St. Columba Cathedral in downtown Youngstown will host its second annual international food festival in the church hall on September 17th only as a takeaway option. Combos are $ 15 each and can be picked up in the parking lot between the church and Williamson College of...
YOUNGSTOWN - The city accepted at least $ 811,053.37 as part of a $ 26 billion national opioid settlement against Johnson & Johnson and three companies selling the drugs. In a special session on Thursday, the city council approved the settlement, followed by the control committee. Payments are made over 18...
Columbus, Ga. (WRBL) -The Construction Education Foundation of Georgia is bringing the Construction Ready job program here to Columbus. Construction companies are struggling to find workforce and this could be the solution. For those looking for a career, the 20-day Construction Ready program has a 97% recruitment rate and...
South Range Baseball Association officials including (from left) Anna Aey, Riley Slagle, Haylie John and Jude Coffman successfully competed in the Major League Baseball Pitch, Hit and Run Cleveland Indians team competition at Progressive Field on Saturday. Slagle took second place in the 7-8 year old softball class with...

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