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Montessori’s speech/debate team to compete in state tournament

Montessori’s speech/debate team to compete in state tournament

The school's team has won several trophies, medals and certificates this year.
Lawmakers propose abolishing state's death penalty

Lawmakers propose abolishing state's death penalty

Several states, including Ohio, have had trouble procuring drugs used in an execution. In January, Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine issued three reprieves to death row inmates after the Department of Rehabilitation and Correction could not secure the drugs.
Youngstown native Roger Gregg to perform ‘From the River of Ghosts’ at YSU

Youngstown native Roger Gregg to perform ‘From the River of Ghosts’ at YSU

“It’s a dream come true to be able to bring this show home and perform it where all the stories take place,” the playwright said.
New ambulance company opens amid Valley EMS crisis

New ambulance company opens amid Valley EMS crisis

Brooklyn, Ohio-based Donald Martens & Sons Ambulance Service opened a location in Boardman at 6951 Southern Boulevard.
What you need to know about the coronavirus in Ohio — and beyond

What you need to know about the coronavirus in Ohio — and beyond

The three people who contracted COVID-19 are in their 50s. Two are a married couple who recently took a cruise along the Nile River. A third attended the American Israel Public Affairs Committee conference last week in Washington, D.C.
UPDATE | Three coronavirus cases confirmed in Ohio

UPDATE | Three coronavirus cases confirmed in Ohio

According to Gov. Mike DeWine's official Twitter account, those infected are in Cuyahoga County.
Gallery exhibit to showcase work of local artist Gary Taneri

Gallery exhibit to showcase work of local artist Gary Taneri

In creating the paintings, the artist intentionally left out the details and used the minimum amount of marks needed to convey the image.
YWCA accepting entries for 38th annual Women Artists exhibition

YWCA accepting entries for 38th annual Women Artists exhibition

The exhibition showcases work by local, regional and national female artists.
Your Morning Matters: Join us at the BBB!

Your Morning Matters: Join us at the BBB!

Campbell’s 70,000-square-foot Community Literacy Workforce and Cultural Center will open this spring.
Help a student win a scholarship at Chaney blood drive Tuesday

Help a student win a scholarship at Chaney blood drive Tuesday

If 30 donors register, the school will be awarded a $2,500 scholarship that can be given to a deserving student.
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