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Your Morning Matters: Those coughing hamsters

Your Morning Matters: Those coughing hamsters

Canfield City Council members Wednesday night declined to discuss a recent resolution to hire an outside firm to investigate city employees.
Federally indicted gun dealer expected to plead guilty

Federally indicted gun dealer expected to plead guilty

Paul A. Groves, of Canfield, faces three federal felony counts for allegedly conspiring with black market gun runners to funnel at least 60 military-grade .50-caliber rifles to unregistered buyers in Mexico through “straw purchasing.”
Mahoning County financial report awarded Certificate of Achievement

Mahoning County financial report awarded Certificate of Achievement

Ohio law requires independent audits on all financial operations of the county by either the auditor of state or an independent public accounting firm.
Jelly Bean Jamboree campaign raises funds for children’s rehabilitation center

Jelly Bean Jamboree campaign raises funds for children’s rehabilitation center

The revenue supports the nonprofit’s physical, occupational and speech therapy programs for children with movement issues, cognitive or sensory issues or problems with verbal communication.
132,385 concealed-carry licenses were issued in Ohio in 2019

132,385 concealed-carry licenses were issued in Ohio in 2019

The Ohio Attorney General’s Office compiles an annual report, as required by law, about the number of licenses issued each year.
No furlough for Reardon; recorded calls revealed other plans

No furlough for Reardon; recorded calls revealed other plans

The New Middletown man was accused last year of threatening to shoot up Youngstown's Jewish Community Center, reportedly told an acquaintance “he has to go to the funeral or he won’t get out of jail," court documents show.
Canfield council mum on 'independent' internal investigation

Canfield council mum on 'independent' internal investigation

During a special meeting Monday, three Canfield council members resolved to hire an outside firm to do an independent investigation of city employees. Residents at Wednesday's regular meeting want to know why.
U.S. House passes $8.3B package to combat coronavirus

U.S. House passes $8.3B package to combat coronavirus

“This legislation will give our nation the resources it needs to respond to the coronavirus,” U.S. Rep. Tim Ryan said.
Ohio attorney general introduces new unit, tool to battle robocalls

Ohio attorney general introduces new unit, tool to battle robocalls

“Ohioans are tired of playing defense against annoying robocalls. Now it’s Ohio’s turn to play offense — and we need your help,” Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost said.
High school marching bands can apply for July 4 parade in Washington

High school marching bands can apply for July 4 parade in Washington

The application process will be open until April 10.