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WRTA passenger claims injuries in 8-car November crash

WRTA passenger claims injuries in 8-car November crash

A WRTA passenger says he was injured when his bus collided with several other vehicles on an icy road in 2018.
Immunization rates low at some Mahoning Valley schools

Immunization rates low at some Mahoning Valley schools

Twelve Mahoning Valley schools have vaccination rates under 80 percent. Six of Youngstown City School District's nine elementary schools made the list.

Decorative contact lenses can be more trick than treat

Ohio group warns that over-the-counter Halloween lenses can lead to scary outcomes
YSU grad student's work will be featured at jazz concert

YSU grad student's work will be featured at jazz concert

Anthony Taddeo’s music is based on Italian folk songs he discovered while a student in a graduate course in the YSU Dana School of Music.
Famous duo with Valley ties return for Chamber economic summit

Famous duo with Valley ties return for Chamber economic summit

Top adviser to President Trump’s reelection campaign to square off with former Marvel chief Nov. 13.
Seasonal hiring in full swing across the Mahoning Valley

Seasonal hiring in full swing across the Mahoning Valley

Before flocking to job fairs this month, here's what you need to know.
Boardman leaf pick-up begins Oct. 28

Boardman leaf pick-up begins Oct. 28

Leaves are to be placed in recyclable brown paper bags and left on the curb for pick-up by the township road department.

City Schools scholars take part in Big Read

Students read “Into the Beautiful North,” by Luis Alberto Urrea, one of the selections for the Big Read, and collaborated with their teachers and classmates to create murals inspired by the story

OH WOW! considers expanding summer manufacturing program

The institute introduces children and their parents to American manufacturing, with an inside look at the latest techniques and tools being used in the Mahoning Valley
Study: Local millennials having more kids, making less money

Study: Local millennials having more kids, making less money

A high percentage of millennial women had children in the region this past year, but those women are estimated to make less wages than in other metropolitan areas nationwide, according to a new study.