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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.
EXCLUSIVE | YSU gets $600K for 'GM Recovery' plan

EXCLUSIVE | YSU gets $600K for 'GM Recovery' plan

Coordinators want to involve students in the plan's development, so they can carry it "long into the future."
Youngstown Foundation pitches in $50,000 for Robinson-Shuba statue

Youngstown Foundation pitches in $50,000 for Robinson-Shuba statue

The Economic Action Group, a downtown development advocate and fiscal agent for the statue project, will be the grant recipient.
After 'pharmacy desert' reporting, St. E's opens facility  to all

After 'pharmacy desert' reporting, St. E's opens facility to all

"For more than 100 years in this community, we always focused on responding to the needs of the community," said Mercy Health spokesperson Jonathon Fauvie. "This is one way we as a health system can continue to provide access."
Area congressmen split on Trump impeachment

Area congressmen split on Trump impeachment

House Democrats announced two articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump today, accusing him of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.
Tradition of honoring Valley volunteers to continue

Tradition of honoring Valley volunteers to continue

The Spano Foundation will be the presenting organization for the award by teaming up with Brenda Rider, who has been presenting the award in the Mahoning Valley since 2010.
Pizza Joe’s reopens in Youngstown, Mineral Ridge

Pizza Joe’s reopens in Youngstown, Mineral Ridge

A grand reopening celebration will take place Sunday at both locations.
$1.5M donation creates biomedical research lab endowment at YSU

$1.5M donation creates biomedical research lab endowment at YSU

The university’s We See Tomorrow campaign has exceeded $100 million.
Foundation awards $3,000 grant to Opera Western Reserve

Foundation awards $3,000 grant to Opera Western Reserve

The donation was made through the Youngstown Foundation Support Fund, thereby increasing the donation by 10 percent for a total of $3,300.
Ohio lands among states with lowest taxes on cellphones

Ohio lands among states with lowest taxes on cellphones

An Ohio resident who has a $100 monthly cellphone bill pays about $210 in taxes a year. That’s about $50 less than the national average and $94 less than what their neighbors in Pennsylvania would pay.
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