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Robinson-Shuba commemorative statue gets boost from SI

Robinson-Shuba commemorative statue gets boost from SI

The statue will portray and celebrate the 1946 handshake at home plate between Jackie Robinson, the first African American allowed to compete in mainstream professional baseball, and his white teammate, George Shuba of Youngstown.
Your Morning Matters: Progress on COVID-19 data

Your Morning Matters: Progress on COVID-19 data

Today, Lordstown Motors Corp. will unveil its first offering, the all-electric Endurance pickup truck. The Endurance reveal is set to begin at noon.
Lit Youngstown receives relief grants

Lit Youngstown receives relief grants

One will match money raised in a fund-raiser that ends July 20.
Do administrative foreclosures fight blight or take houses without compensation?

Do administrative foreclosures fight blight or take houses without compensation?

This process sends abandoned properties to a county’s board of revision, a committee that usually considers home values for property owners wanting to contest their taxes. The board can then give foreclosed properties to the local land bank.
VALLEY POLITICS | Will it be election night or election week?

VALLEY POLITICS | Will it be election night or election week?

Those who envision a week-long election count cite the recent example of California. In the last presidential election, 5.8 million votes were cast and 3 million were counted on election day. It took seven weeks to count the remaining 2.8 million.
Angels for Animals accepting donations this weekend for Gigantic Garage Sale&nbsp;<br>

Angels for Animals accepting donations this weekend for Gigantic Garage Sale 

Face masks are required at the July 3-5 event and will be sold for $2 at entrances.
Mercy Health nurse featured in state COVID-19 public awareness ad

Mercy Health nurse featured in state COVID-19 public awareness ad

The state spent $2.8 million on two COVID-19 public awareness campaigns.
New ZIP code data accompanies state COVID-19 case spike

New ZIP code data accompanies state COVID-19 case spike

Is it an innocuous reflection of increased testing throughout the state? Or, is this the second wave we've been hearing about? If you ask Gov. Mike DeWine, which we did, it's a little bit of both. 
All eyes on Lordstown: All-electric Endurance to be revealed today

All eyes on Lordstown: All-electric Endurance to be revealed today

"Ohio's always been an auto state and an auto part state," said Gov. Mike DeWine. "This is the future."
DeWine, Husted visit 'Voltage Valley'

DeWine, Husted visit 'Voltage Valley'

"Ohio's always been an auto state and an auto part state," Gov. Mike DeWine said. "This is the future."