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Mill Creek MetroParks presents Jewels of Winter orchid exhibit

Mill Creek MetroParks presents Jewels of Winter orchid exhibit

This year’s theme will showcase orchids as highly sought-after Victorian-era jewels.
Foundation thanks outgoing board chairman Sylvester Patton for years of service

Foundation thanks outgoing board chairman Sylvester Patton for years of service

“Sylvester’s steady hand has helped to put the foundation in the position to be a strong voice in advancing the black community,” Barbara Sykes, the foundation’s president and CEO, said.
Your Morning Matters: After further review, penalty flag first flew in Youngstown

Your Morning Matters: After further review, penalty flag first flew in Youngstown

Congress members from both sides of the aisle are backing Lordstown Motors Corp.’s application for federal dollars to retool its plant to build electric vehicles.
Fall-prevention seminar to help improve balance, strength

Fall-prevention seminar to help improve balance, strength

More than 1 in 3 people 65 years and older will fall each year, according to the National Institute on Aging.
Packard Band to present Hometown Heroes, Valentine's Dance

Packard Band to present Hometown Heroes, Valentine's Dance

The concert and dance are free and open to the public.
Drop in Ohio drug overdose deaths met with cautious optimism

Drop in Ohio drug overdose deaths met with cautious optimism

Reports from some areas showed that overdose deaths ticked back up in 2019.
Lordstown Motors gets congressional support for federal loan

Lordstown Motors gets congressional support for federal loan

The federal spending package included $5 million for the loan, which would allow Lordstown Motors to retool its new facility to make electric vehicles.
Lawsuit: Lax cybersecurity let hackers get away with $1.7M

Lawsuit: Lax cybersecurity let hackers get away with $1.7M

A Boardman manufacturer suffered a "catastrophic" cybersecurity breach in January 2018, according to a new civil suit.
Zoning Commission denies Meijer zoning amendment

Zoning Commission denies Meijer zoning amendment

"Meijer has had better luck with the trustees than the Zoning Commission," said commission chairman Peter Lymber.
September’s Y Live concert raised $27,176 for local nonprofit groups

September’s Y Live concert raised $27,176 for local nonprofit groups

United Way of Youngstown and the Mahoning Valley was the largest recipient of the donations, receiving $15,000.