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Trumbull County Tourism Bureau releases Visitors Guide for 2021

Trumbull County Tourism Bureau releases Visitors Guide for 2021

The tourism bureau printed 40,000 copies of the magazine and distributed them across the United States.
Gov. DeWine, first lady receive second doses of COVID-19 vaccine

Gov. DeWine, first lady receive second doses of COVID-19 vaccine

Currently, any Ohioan age 65 and older can be vaccinated.
DeWine orders flags lowered in honor of 500K killed by COVID-19

DeWine orders flags lowered in honor of 500K killed by COVID-19

The U.S. and state flags will be flown at half-staff on all public buildings and grounds throughout the state until sunset Friday.
Ohio reporting 2,075 new COVID-19 cases; 148 new cases in the Valley

Ohio reporting 2,075 new COVID-19 cases; 148 new cases in the Valley

Statewide, there have been 16,968 confirmed and probable deaths, including 533 in Mahoning County; 454 in Trumbull; and 179 in Columbiana.
3 Canfield businesses look to fill positions through job fair

3 Canfield businesses look to fill positions through job fair

Job seekers should bring their resumes and be prepared for onsite interviews.
Valley woman found in Mahoning River identified

Valley woman found in Mahoning River identified

Authorities are asking for the public’s help in determining what happened to 40-year-old Bessie Ryan.
Your Morning Matters: A commercial break

Your Morning Matters: A commercial break

Nearly 60 percent of Ohioans age 80 and older have received the COVID-19 vaccine, Gov. Mike DeWine said Monday.
McDonough Museum to feature 4 exhibitions beginning Friday

McDonough Museum to feature 4 exhibitions beginning Friday

The museum also will present virtual lectures by all four artists.
Boardman School District focuses on healing as parents seek more accountability

Boardman School District focuses on healing as parents seek more accountability

Members of “Macade’s Army” gathered outside Boardman High School on Monday night before the board meeting to protest the district’s handling of the stapling incident. They brought cases of water "so no child will fear being stapled in the head for forgetting their water.”
Department of Public Safety warns of Homeland Security phone scam

Department of Public Safety warns of Homeland Security phone scam

Scammers are claiming that the call recipients are victims of identity theft.