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WEEKEND MATTERS | $10,000 50/50 giveaway on deck at Eastwood Field

WEEKEND MATTERS | $10,000 50/50 giveaway on deck at Eastwood Field

Looking for something to do this weekend? Check out these events.
Youngstown school board seeks input on district improvement plan

Youngstown school board seeks input on district improvement plan

Forms will be provided at the meetings for people who want to express their opinions but do not want to speak publicly.
YOUR LEGAL RIGHTS | The truth about lie detectors

YOUR LEGAL RIGHTS | The truth about lie detectors

Knowing that the folks who protect us were hired on the basis of a test that is as reliable as a Ouija board does not exactly make me feel secure.
New federal funding will keep a transit program for Trumbull's senior and disabled riders running through next year — but what about 2023?

New federal funding will keep a transit program for Trumbull's senior and disabled riders running through next year — but what about 2023?

Instead of opting into the WRTA regional transit system, Trumbull County transit officials are focusing funding efforts on rides for seniors and the disabled. But there's still no dedicated funding on tap.
Another 1.5 million people will get tax refunds this week, IRS says. Who qualifies?

Another 1.5 million people will get tax refunds this week, IRS says. Who qualifies?

This round of refunds averages around $1,600.
Simone Biles has some rethinking 1996 Kerri Strug moment. ‘She shouldn’t have jumped’

Simone Biles has some rethinking 1996 Kerri Strug moment. ‘She shouldn’t have jumped’

Her face twisted in agony from the pain radiating from her ankle after that first jump, the 18-year-old Strug looked at her coach, Bela Karolyi, and asked a simple question: “Do we need this?”
Chill-Can developer asks for dismissal of city's counterclaim

Chill-Can developer asks for dismissal of city's counterclaim

In April, the city of Youngstown started to take legal action against the Chill-Can developer after it failed to meet benchmarks set to be completed in 2017. A lawsuit was filed against the city by the Chill-Can developer in May. 
Ohio's two-week COVID-19 case rate is above 50 for the first time since May

Ohio's two-week COVID-19 case rate is above 50 for the first time since May

The Ohio Department of Health on Thursday reported 939,072 confirmed cases — 789 more than reported Wednesday.
Lawsuit: Ohio wrongly denying parole to ex-death row inmates

Lawsuit: Ohio wrongly denying parole to ex-death row inmates

“Under well-settled principles of Ohio law, individuals who are eligible for parole must receive meaningful consideration for parole release,” the lawsuit states.
Biden administration to allow eviction moratorium to expire Saturday

Biden administration to allow eviction moratorium to expire Saturday

The White House said the president would have liked to extend the moratorium.