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Falls council OKs fire agreement

NEWTON FALLS — Village council Monday approved a one-year agreement for $68,774 with the Newton Falls Joint Fire District for fire protection services.

The village and Newton Township are serviced by the fire district, and each have representatives who serve on the board that oversees the district.

Two women shot in Youngstown

YOUNGSTOWN — Police here are investigating a Monday evening shooting in the 600 block of Cohasset Drive that sent two women to the hospital.

Olivia Mollenkamp, 24, was shot in the back left shoulder, according to police, while Nicole Hester, 21, of Youngstown, was shot in the arm, reports Tribune Chronicle news partner WKBN 27. Both women were listed in stable condition Tuesday at St. Elizabeth Youngstown Hospital.

Detectives said the women gave few details about what happened.

Autistic students get dental work

YOUNGSTOWN — The seniors in The Youngstown State University dental hygiene program will provide oral exams, cleanings and fluoride treatments at 12:30 p.m. today in Cushwa Hall for the students from the Rich Center for Autism on the YSU campus, according to the Rich Center.

Employees from The Rich Center will accompany children to the clinic for a tour and a chance to become familiar with the dental chair, dental light and clinic environment, a news release states.

The YSU dental hygiene program offers free preventive services to the campus community and the community at large.

The Rich Center for Autism was established in 1995 by the Marchionda, Rubino, Ricchiuti and Kosar families to improve the conditions with which children with autism learn to live.

Program seeks Trumbull stories

WARREN — An organization touring Ohio’s 88 counties to record historical anecdotes is making a stop Saturday at the Warren-Trumbull County Public Library.

The Ohio History Connection will host the Dear Ohio Tour program 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. and is seeking stories “from all walks of life” in Trumbull County.

The organization aims to collect diverse stories, memories and historical information from Ohioans.

More information about the program is available online at OhioHistory.org/dearohio.

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