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Ohio coronavirus surge continues with nearly 1,000 new cases

Ohio coronavirus surge continues with nearly 1,000 new cases

Statewide, there have been 2,718 confirmed deaths, including 238 in Mahoning County; 75 in Trumbull; and 60 in Columbiana; along with another 252 “probable deaths." Hospitalizations on Tuesday saw the largest increase since May 29.
Samantha Turner named president of Rotary Club of Youngstown

Samantha Turner named president of Rotary Club of Youngstown

The city’s newest councilwoman will become the club’s first Black president.
AMVETS Post 44 in Struthers plants ‘Victory Garden’

AMVETS Post 44 in Struthers plants ‘Victory Garden’

Although the city’s Fourth of July parade was canceled this year, the organization still had its post-parade picnic.
BREAKING | Canfield Fair will not open to public

BREAKING | Canfield Fair will not open to public

The event will be limited to the Junior Fair, as "conducting the full fair is not possible." The fair will follow guidance from Mahoning County Public Health and the Ohio Department of Health, according to the release. 
Your Morning Matters: Seeking freedom for information

Your Morning Matters: Seeking freedom for information

If you are wondering what's going on in Trumbull County after it was singled out for a coronavirus surge right before last weekend, you are not alone.
Derrick McDowell works hard to tell Youngstown's story

Derrick McDowell works hard to tell Youngstown's story

From a successful protest to a meeting with the vice president, the activist vows to make a difference in his community. “We do matter,” he said. "The world will know."
Ohio research brings to light brain injuries from domestic abuse

Ohio research brings to light brain injuries from domestic abuse

A recent federal report showcased the Ohio Domestic Violence Network's CARE project.
ONE Health Ohio offers drive-thru COVID-19 testing Friday

ONE Health Ohio offers drive-thru COVID-19 testing Friday

Participants must preregister by noon Thursday.
COVID-19 crisis renews calls to reduce pet population

COVID-19 crisis renews calls to reduce pet population

A survey conducted before the pandemic estimated that 22 percent of Ohio pet owners struggle to afford their pets.
Report promotes investments in local food producers

Report promotes investments in local food producers

COVID-19 pandemic has shown the value that nearby markets have in the supply chain.