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Youngstown City School District seeks community feedback

Youngstown City School District seeks community feedback

“The input will be used to help shape the future of the district as we work to improve academics as well as school climate and culture for our scholars,” Justin Jennings, district chief executive officer, said.
Rotary Club of Austintown sells tickets for Reverse Raffle

Rotary Club of Austintown sells tickets for Reverse Raffle

The annual event will include more than $4,000 in prizes.
Ohio projected to lose another U.S. House seat after Census

Ohio projected to lose another U.S. House seat after Census

The state has lost House seats every decade for the last 60 years, dropping from 24 seats in 1962 down to only 15 if it does lose another seat after the biennial census is completed this year.
ACTION to launch ‘Healthier YOU’ initiative at Youngstown event

ACTION to launch ‘Healthier YOU’ initiative at Youngstown event

Youngstown Mayor Jamael Tito Brown declared Youngstown a food desert, according to national standards.
Stars of classic rock will shine at YSU’s Rock the Dome next week

Stars of classic rock will shine at YSU’s Rock the Dome next week

The free shows featuring the planetarium’s SkySkan Definiti Theater System feature the music of classic-rock groups.
How to know if your sick child is contagious and should be kept home

How to know if your sick child is contagious and should be kept home

A doctor recommends children stay at home until 24 hours after their fever breaks.
Youngstown to start charging fire department fees in February

Youngstown to start charging fire department fees in February

Ohio Insurance Institute President Dean Fadel calls the practice "an extra fee on top of a tax."
EPA notes 'significant' issue with Canfield Fairgrounds water system

EPA notes 'significant' issue with Canfield Fairgrounds water system

The Canfield Fairgrounds is the only connection to the city's public water system that doesn't have backflow prevention, the EPA noted Friday.
DeWine signs TechCred bill into law

DeWine signs TechCred bill into law

The bill was sponsored by state Reps. Michele Lepore-Hagan of Youngstown and Jon Cross of Kenton.
Pastor Rivera to speak at YSU’s Martin Luther King Jr. Observance

Pastor Rivera to speak at YSU’s Martin Luther King Jr. Observance

The event is free and open to the public.