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YSU Horn Studio to host Horns A’ Caroling

YSU Horn Studio to host Horns A’ Caroling

French horn players of all ages are welcome to join the afternoon of music making.
Ohio, Michigan attorneys general lead coalition in fentanyl fight

Ohio, Michigan attorneys general lead coalition in fentanyl fight

The attorneys general want  fentanyl-related substances classified as Schedule I drugs.
We've got some new story ideas — all thanks to you

We've got some new story ideas — all thanks to you

You might say our last Story Pitch Night event of the year was "trivial" — but we learned a lot from you.
Alliance battery cell-maker another pin in region's energy 'roadmap'

Alliance battery cell-maker another pin in region's energy 'roadmap'

Another battery cell-maker plans to take root in the Mahoning Valley. Energy developers say the field holds promise for the future.
Views and Brews: City Club panel discusses Ohio's capital budget

Views and Brews: City Club panel discusses Ohio's capital budget

How does the city appropriate billions in funding for brick-and-mortar projects every two years? How do those dollars work at the local level? A Monday panel hosted by the City Club of the Mahoning Valley discussed Ohio's capital budget process.
Canfield speech and debate team earns top honors

Canfield speech and debate team earns top honors

Sixteen schools participated in the tournament.
Poland Historical Society offers prints from local artist

Poland Historical Society offers prints from local artist

The prints and other items will be available for purchase at the Little Red Schoolhouse Sunday.
Boardman students win Congressional App Challenge

Boardman students win Congressional App Challenge

The app was inspired by the mass shooting in Dayton on Aug. 4.
Join the Mahoning Matters crew for last Story Pitch Night of 2019

Join the Mahoning Matters crew for last Story Pitch Night of 2019

It’s trivia night at Boxcar Lounge, so bring your thinking cap along with your story ideas.
Ohio bill would tie homestead property tax exemptions to inflation

Ohio bill would tie homestead property tax exemptions to inflation

More than 800,000 homeowners take advantage of this tax credit annually and the average person saves about $500 each year.
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