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Will Valley's young voters show up on Election Day?

Will Valley's young voters show up on Election Day?

For college students, Ohio voting laws can make voting inconvenient. And many students also say they aren't aware of the early voting or absentee voting processes. 
Habitat for Humanity seeks women to volunteer for house construction

Habitat for Humanity seeks women to volunteer for house construction

A few volunteer slots are still open for Saturday’s build, and no experience is necessary.
Ohio sees higher revenues in February, but coronavirus raises concerns

Ohio sees higher revenues in February, but coronavirus raises concerns

The news comes as Gov. Mike DeWine and Ohio Department of Health Director Amy Acton recommended large, indoor gatherings in Ohio be canceled or postponed due to the coronavirus.
UPDATE | Warren hospital caring for patient who tested positive for coronavirus

UPDATE | Warren hospital caring for patient who tested positive for coronavirus

Spokesman Jonathon Fauvie told Mahoning Matters this evening the hospital is still caring for that patient.
Final conspirator sentenced in Youngstown dismemberment case

Final conspirator sentenced in Youngstown dismemberment case

“This prison sentence is the final chapter of one of the most brutal cases in memory,” Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost said.
GM/LG Chem battery plant meeting moving online

GM/LG Chem battery plant meeting moving online

Amid a wave of coronavirus-related closures and cancellations, a Thursday public hearing on the environmental impact of GM's proposed battery cell plant is now being held online.
Sen. Brown seeks more paid sick leave amid COVID-19 spread

Sen. Brown seeks more paid sick leave amid COVID-19 spread

The legislation would require employers to allow workers to accrue seven paid sick days and immediately provide an additional 14 days during public health emergencies, such as COVID-19.
Election officials don’t want coronavirus to sideline Ohio voters

Election officials don’t want coronavirus to sideline Ohio voters

About 35,000 poll workers are needed for an election in Ohio, and Jen Miller, executive director of the League of Women Voters in Ohio, said there are some concerns right now about a shortage for the primary.
YWCA to recognize 30 high school seniors at annual awards banquet

YWCA to recognize 30 high school seniors at annual awards banquet

Reservations are due by Friday.
Many fast-moving developments in Valley's coronavirus front

Many fast-moving developments in Valley's coronavirus front

From schools to election boards, public bodies across the Mahoning Valley are adjusting to the announcement that novel coronavirus, or COVID-19, has come to Ohio.
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