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MVCAP awards scholarships to Youngstown, Warren graduates

MVCAP awards scholarships to Youngstown, Warren graduates

The agency distributed nearly $20,000 to 14 seniors and two college students.
State Theatre Block Project seeks sponsors for mural

State Theatre Block Project seeks sponsors for mural

Levels range from $100 to $1,000 for donors.
Columbiana County reports 20 new COVID-19 cases since Friday, no new deaths

Columbiana County reports 20 new COVID-19 cases since Friday, no new deaths

Of the total cases, 957 were reportedly inmates at FCI Elkton and 132 were residents of long-term care facilities. A total 647 cases reportedly live in the community.
Jim Cossler to retire from YBI in January

Jim Cossler to retire from YBI in January

The Huntington National Bank Entrepreneur in Residence joined the Incubator in 1998 in the role of CEO after leaving the Youngstown/Warren Regional Chamber.
Your Morning Matters: Back (kinda) to school!

Your Morning Matters: Back (kinda) to school!

For the fourth week in a row, the number of new coronavirus cases in Ohio has slowly but steadily decreased.
Sixth annual Amazing History Race set for Aug. 22

Sixth annual Amazing History Race set for Aug. 22

This summer's scavenger hunt has been planned with the pandemic in mind.
High Octane Coffee Co. offers unique cafe experience

High Octane Coffee Co. offers unique cafe experience

Owner Joe Sylvester’s main occupation is a professional monster truck driver who first got into coffee because his life revolved around travel and unusual hours that led to a “constant need for caffeine.”
NYAP seeks school supplies donations to help foster youth

NYAP seeks school supplies donations to help foster youth

Contributions can be dropped off at an Austintown location or purchased through Amazon.
MVHS offers program on women's suffrage history

MVHS offers program on women's suffrage history

The video presentation will be available on Thursday.
The Earnheardts | Seize the day

The Earnheardts | Seize the day

An article for Psychology Today notes the lack of recreational activity is linked to obesity and criminality. Turns out the opposite of work is essential for a good, healthy life. I’m glad I learned this before I turned to crime.