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Your Morning Matters: When Mark’s away ...

Your Morning Matters: When Mark’s away ...

If dipping hot beer-battered haddock into tangy tartar sauce is your favorite Friday night activity, you're in luck: Fish fry season is here.
Your Morning Matters: The Valley’s tech future

Your Morning Matters: The Valley’s tech future

Four tech leaders with Valley roots offer their perspectives on what’s happening now and where the future is headed.
Your Morning Matters: My stamp on things

Your Morning Matters: My stamp on things

Trumbull County will use CARES Act funding for its new fairgrounds vaccination site.
Your Morning Matters: A commercial break

Your Morning Matters: A commercial break

Nearly 60 percent of Ohioans age 80 and older have received the COVID-19 vaccine, Gov. Mike DeWine said Monday.
Your Morning Matters: Remember the Hippodrome!

Your Morning Matters: Remember the Hippodrome!

About one year after the first known COVID-19 death in the United States, the country's death toll nears half a million.
Your Morning Matters: We have winners!

Your Morning Matters: We have winners!

Parents have organized a rally to protest Boardman Local Schools' handling of an incident involving an aide.
Your Morning Matters: Cracking the case

Your Morning Matters: Cracking the case

Lordstown Motors Corp. is trying to do what Tesla couldn’t eight years ago in the Ohio Legislature.
Your Morning Matters: Man of Steel Valley

Your Morning Matters: Man of Steel Valley

When asked why he decided to file a lawsuit against McDonald's right now, franchisee Herb Washington said, "It's really simple. I can't breathe."
Your Morning Matters: A year and a birthday later ...

Your Morning Matters: A year and a birthday later ...

After a bystander was attacked by an East Liverpool police dog, police pressured him not to sue, a lawsuit claims.
Your Morning Matters: Some answers to FAQs

Your Morning Matters: Some answers to FAQs

Managers of downtown Youngstown bars are excited to be able to return to normal operating hours after the state's 11 p.m. curfew was lifted Thursday.