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Your Morning Matters: Immortalizing ‘Shotgun’ Shuba

Your Morning Matters: Immortalizing ‘Shotgun’ Shuba

A new poll found a slim majority of parents would get their young children vaccinated against COVID-19.
Your Morning Matters: How will you spend your science years?

Your Morning Matters: How will you spend your science years?

Are you considered fully vaccinated if you don’t get a COVID booster shot?
Your Morning Matters: How will history tell our story?

Your Morning Matters: How will history tell our story?

Reporter Justin Dennis has a recap of the past week in COVID-19 news.
Jefferson Starship concert at Robins Theatre rescheduled

Jefferson Starship concert at Robins Theatre rescheduled

Current tickets will automatically be transferred to the new date.
Your Morning Matters: A tribute to Sammy

Your Morning Matters: A tribute to Sammy

Gov. Mike DeWine announced a new vaccine lottery Thursday — this one aimed at a younger age group with low vaccination rates.
Your Morning Matters: Tell me you are not an infectious disease expert without telling me you are not an infectious disease expert

Your Morning Matters: Tell me you are not an infectious disease expert without telling me you are not an infectious disease expert

The three candidates for Canfield mayor addressed city residents during the first of three informational sessions Wednesday evening.
Your Morning Matters: Oh, I’ll bring the summer all right ...

Your Morning Matters: Oh, I’ll bring the summer all right ...

Private employers are increasingly considering whether to require proof of vaccination. Individual state regulations have added a layer of confusion.
Your Morning Matters: Happy birthday, Stephen King

Your Morning Matters: Happy birthday, Stephen King

A public forum on the ballot items to be put to Canfield voters in the Nov. 2 general election is set for Wednesday at City Hall.
Your Morning Matters: This [expletive delete] is real

Your Morning Matters: This [expletive delete] is real

“If I could put on a statewide mandate, if the health department could do it, we would do it,” Gov. Mike DeWine said last week.
Your Morning Matters: A more perfect union

Your Morning Matters: A more perfect union

The last official weekend of summer 2021 will feature much to do throughout the Valley.
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