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Second lawsuit filed against the city for demolition of Anthony's on the River

Second lawsuit filed against the city for demolition of Anthony's on the River

This suit would determine whether the August demolition was constitutional. If not, the city would be responsible for the demolition costs.
YSU to offer free COVID-19 rapid testing to students, faculty and staff today

YSU to offer free COVID-19 rapid testing to students, faculty and staff today

Rapid testing will be available to the entire campus community so they can know they are safe to go home for Thanksgiving break.
Scottish printmaker will present virtual lecture today

Scottish printmaker will present virtual lecture today

Murray Robertson's program will begin at 1:45 p.m.
Gov. DeWine deflects questions about FBI search of official’s home

Gov. DeWine deflects questions about FBI search of official’s home

The FBI has not provided any details about Monday's search of the Columbus home of Sam Randazzo, chairman of the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio.
Sodexo | Roth donates Thanksgiving dinners for 500 YCSD families

Sodexo | Roth donates Thanksgiving dinners for 500 YCSD families

John Schuler, director of marketing and communications for Sodexo | Roth, said the company takes the idea of corporate responsibility seriously.
BUSINESS UPDATES | Penguin City launching Winter Warmer Ale

BUSINESS UPDATES | Penguin City launching Winter Warmer Ale

Among today's business updates: Burgan Real Estate; ONE Health Ohio at Northside Dental Center; Rebecca’s Unique Boutique; Youngstown/Warren Regional Chamber; OhanaLink Technologies; Mahoning Matters and Rotary Club of Austintown; and AAA East Central’s Gas Price Report.
What Ohio's new curfew means for you starting Thursday

What Ohio's new curfew means for you starting Thursday

"When the governor makes a comment that local law enforcement is going to enforce these things, it really concerns me because the resources that go along with this have an impact on us," Boardman police Chief Todd Werth said. 
Trumbull County reports 107 new COVID-19 cases, no new deaths

Trumbull County reports 107 new COVID-19 cases, no new deaths

Of the county's 4,042 total reported cases, about 1,446 are presumed to be active infections.
Survey: What topics should Community Matters tackle in 2021?

Survey: What topics should Community Matters tackle in 2021?

We hope you had a chance to take part in one of the live, virtual Community Matters discussion series hosted by Mahoning Matters and Stambaugh Auditorium.
Softball tournament raises $4,000 for Second Harvest Food Bank

Softball tournament raises $4,000 for Second Harvest Food Bank

The Fall Fest Softball Tournament & Food Drive took place Nov. 6-8 at McCune Field in Canfield.