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Trumbull County surpasses 1,000 coronavirus cases

Trumbull County surpasses 1,000 coronavirus cases

In Trumbull County, 662 people are presumed to have recovered from the disease.
Ohio coronavirus cases increase by more than 1,200

Ohio coronavirus cases increase by more than 1,200

Statewide, 1,234 coronavirus cases were reported since Tuesday. There are 1,861 cases in Mahoning County; 999 in Trumbull; and 1,318 in Columbiana.
Opera Western Reserve receives $2,000 donation

Opera Western Reserve receives $2,000 donation

The contribution will help support OWR’s 2020-21 opera season.
Mahoning Auditor's Office requiring masks, distancing

Mahoning Auditor's Office requiring masks, distancing

"My main goals have been to continue to provide outstanding service to taxpayers and businesses while at the same time protecting them and my staff," Auditor Ralph Meacham said.
Do you need help getting a ticket refund?

Do you need help getting a ticket refund?

“Give us a call because we might be able to help get your money back,” Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost said.
Your Morning Matters: Oh, the humanity

Your Morning Matters: Oh, the humanity

Health officials have said they can reiterate the state's guidance and urge people to wear masks, but they lack any direct enforcement powers.
Canfield community forum scheduled for Thursday

Canfield community forum scheduled for Thursday

Members of the community will have an opportunity to speak with city leaders and members of the police and fire departments and school board. 
BUSINESS UPDATES | Pecchia Communications promotes Hulea to project director

BUSINESS UPDATES | Pecchia Communications promotes Hulea to project director

Among today's business updates: Burgan Friedkin Commercial Group; BRITE Energy Innovators; MCCTC Adult Career Center; and AAA East Central’s Gas Price Report.
Youngstown Water Department to resume collection procedures

Youngstown Water Department to resume collection procedures

Disconnection for nonpayment, which was suspended from March through June, will restart.
Lawmaker wants to give AG power to prosecute vandalism on state property

Lawmaker wants to give AG power to prosecute vandalism on state property

Last month, House Speaker Larry Householder threatened to cut state funding to the city of Columbus after protesters vandalized the Ohio Statehouse.