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Peace Light from Bethlehem to be available in Youngstown area

Peace Light from Bethlehem to be available in Youngstown area

The flame has been distributed throughout the United States since 2000.
Special Santa event planned for those with special needs

Special Santa event planned for those with special needs

Children and young adults can have their photo taken with Santa in a sensory-friendly environment.
How to pick the ‘right’ amount to spend on holiday gifts

How to pick the ‘right’ amount to spend on holiday gifts

It doesn’t take very much money to make the winter holidays memorable.
Ohio AG funding police equipment 'proven to save lives'

Ohio AG funding police equipment 'proven to save lives'

Only Cuyahoga County has received more state funding for police body armor since 2018 than Mahoning and Trumbull counties, according to the Ohio Attorney General.
Report for America chooses Mahoning Matters for reporter program

Report for America chooses Mahoning Matters for reporter program

The proposal sought a reporter for both Mahoning Matters and WYSU-FM to develop stories on the city of Youngstown's budget crisis in 2020 and beyond.
Youngstown statue to celebrate Robinson-Shuba handshake

Youngstown statue to celebrate Robinson-Shuba handshake

The statue is planned to be dedicated in April 2021, the 75th anniversary of what some have called "the handshake of the century."
Youngstown's Holiday Craft Show, Tuba Christmas set for Sunday

Youngstown's Holiday Craft Show, Tuba Christmas set for Sunday

Local tuba players will perform a variety of Christmas classics during the event.
Oak Hill Collaborative offers online shopping workshops in Youngstown

Oak Hill Collaborative offers online shopping workshops in Youngstown

One-on-one sessions will be available Dec. 13.
Community Legal Aid offers free Valley workshops

Community Legal Aid offers free Valley workshops

Legal Aid offices will be closed for the holidays from Dec. 23 to Jan. 2, 2020.
Ohio could be hit hard by plan to cut food program

Ohio could be hit hard by plan to cut food program

The U.S. Department of Agriculture has said the plan is aimed at modernizing SNAP and reducing benefit discrepancies among states.