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Kirkmere third graders to be treated to lunch

Kirkmere third graders to be treated to lunch

Teachers Lisa Matthews and Arianne Axiotis will visit 34 students.
Four Mahoning Valley AMVETS members participate in D.C. ride

Four Mahoning Valley AMVETS members participate in D.C. ride

The pandemic created changes for this year's Rolling to Remember.
Alzheimer's Association urges more support for long-term care facilities

Alzheimer's Association urges more support for long-term care facilities

More than half of Ohio's COVID-19 deaths have been in nursing homes and assisted-living facilities.
S.Grace Photography Introduces ‘porch sessions’ during pandemic

S.Grace Photography Introduces ‘porch sessions’ during pandemic

These lifestyle portraits, or “porch sessions” as owner Sarah Mickler calls them, capture subjects in an environment that is individualized and holds special meaning for them. 
The Earnheardts | Homeschool is out for summer

The Earnheardts | Homeschool is out for summer

We learned about a month ago that Ohio schools would not reopen for face-to-face learning for the rest of the academic year.  “It’s summer vacation,” Oscar said. “A whole month early.” I wish I could say Adam and I felt as happy about the news, but we did not.
DeWine says Ohio's restaurant, retail reopenings are going well

DeWine says Ohio's restaurant, retail reopenings are going well

The governor said he has no idea when places of mass gatherings like Cedar Point in Sandusky will be able to welcome people again.
Ohio closing in on 30,000 COVID-19 cases

Ohio closing in on 30,000 COVID-19 cases

Thirteen new deaths are listed in Sunday's report by the Ohio Department of Health.
Mahoning County reports 17 new COVID-19 cases

Mahoning County reports 17 new COVID-19 cases

The county's death toll remains at 169.
Youngstown schools' food distribution changed to Tuesday

Youngstown schools' food distribution changed to Tuesday

Memorial Day created a need for the switch.
Stark County woman spreads word with masks

Stark County woman spreads word with masks

Volunteer has found a way to promote Alzheimer's Association.