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Scrappers attendance up

The Mahoning Valley Scrappers had an increase in attendance for the second consecutive season. …
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Couple in gay marriage fight

A new plaintiff has joined a fight to have gay marriages recognized in Ohio despite a statewide ban.…
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Vandals threaten bridges

The number of historic covered bridges in Ohio is dwindling, and preservationists say vandals and arsonists are chipping away at those still standing. …
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Challenges face city schools

It’s back to the classroom Tuesday for students in the Youngstown City School District. …
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Portman weighs in on Syria

U.S. Sen. Rob Portman believes boots on the ground in Syria would be a bad idea. …
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Labor Day lacks luster

The lack of formal Labor Day festivities surprises Don Crane, president of the Western Reserve Building Trades Council.…
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Many enjoyed last of summer

Dozens were enjoying themselves on the waters of Lake Milton, where there were boaters, jet skiers and swimmers, as well as several people having a picnic. …
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Olive Garden delivers food

Workers with Olive Garden delivered food to local police and fire departments on Monday, continuing a Labor Day tradition that started more than a decade ago. …
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Sheely's donates to food bank

Sheely's Furniture Store offered discounts to customers that donated non-perishable food items, all of which is being donated to Second Harvest Food Bank.…
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Woman hits pole in Campbell

A Campbell woman was taken to St. Elizabeth Health Center Monday afternoon with minor injuries after crashing into an electric pole on Wilson Avenue near Coitsville Road in Campbell.…
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Exhibit features advocacy posters

Beginning Sept. 12 and running through Nov. 8, Youngstown State University's McDonough Museum of Art will be hosting an exhibit titled "Graphic Advocacy: International Posters of the Digital Age."…
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Drive-ins still surviving

It's a fun fact that might be hard to believe, but our region has the highest concentration of drive-in theaters of anywhere else in the country.…
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Woman wrote through grief

An East Liverpool woman who lost her husband and 22-month-old daughter in a car accident two years ago channeled her grief into writing a book. …
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Hermitage marks Buhl Day

Buhl Day draws 10,000 to 15,000 people each year to Buhl Park in Hermitage. …
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New job trends emerging

As America pays tribute to its labor force, significant new trends are emerging in the workplace. …
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Train rocks the Canfield Fair

San Francisco based pop-rock band, Train took the stage Sunday night at the Canfield Fair.…
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Ohio sales tax rises

The state sales tax increased Sunday by a quarter of a percent to 5.75 percent state-wide.…
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Congressmen discuss Syria

Valley Congressmen Bill Johnson and Tim Ryan attended the briefing in Washington, D.C. involving military action in Syria.…
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Celebrating milestone

Reverend Owen Fitch of the Lowellville Christian Church celebrates his 95th birthday and his nearly seven decades of preaching.…