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Health advisory asks people to stay home, but lacks enforcement

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WARREN - A health advisory approved Tuesday by the Trumbull County Board of Health is asking people to stay home except in essential situations. The advisory, issued this afternoon in response to rising COVID-19 cases locally, asks employers to allow work from home whenever possible, beginning ...

Trumbull Health Commissioner wants students to stay home

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WARREN - In addition to an advisory asking people to stay home except to get supplies, care or go to essential jobs, Trumbull County's health commissioner is asking schools in Trumbull County to go remote and put all sports on hold. Several schools in the county already have gone to remote ...

Hubbard man guilty of assault

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WARREN - A Hubbard man pleaded guilty this morning to an amended indictment linked to the Sept. 22 assault on a Hubbard police officer. David A. Seiple, 63, of 504 Grace St., Hubbard, appeared before Common Pleas Court Judge Andrew Logan who ordered a background investigation for the ...

Biden certified as winner of Pennsylvania presidential vote

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HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Democrat Joe Biden was certified this morning as winner of the presidential election in Pennsylvania, culminating three weeks of vote counting and a string of failed legal challenges by President Donald Trump. Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf first disclosed in a tweet that ...

Girard library marks 100 years

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GIRARD — While a celebration originally was going to take place this fall to mark the 100th anniversary of the Girard Free Library, library officials have marked the special occasion the best they can this year with plans for recognizing the milestone in 2021. Rose Ann Lubert, library ...

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SOUTHWOODS OPENS SECOND EXPRESS LOCATION: Boardman-based Southwoods Health has opened its latest Express Care at the new Community Literacy Workforce and Cultural Center, 436 Struthers Coitsville Road, Campbell. Southwoods Express Care provides fast, easy access to medical care that is ...

Food distribution coming to Niles’ Eastwood Field

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SECOND HARVEST PANTRY: The Second Harvest Food Bank of the Mahoning Valley will bring its traveling food pantry to the Eastwood Field, 5555 Youngstown-Warren Road, Niles, today. The food distribution will begin 11 a.m. Participants are asked not to arrive before 10 a.m. and to park in the lot ...

County GOP chair still fighting virus

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WARREN — People infected with COVID-19 experience the disease in a myriad different ways, but in the worst cases, isolation is a common feature. Kevin Wyndham, of Howland, has been in quarantine away from his friends and family for six weeks since coming down with the virus and still has ...

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• NEWTON FALLS BOARD OF EDUCATION will meet 5 p.m. today for a work session and walk-through at the former elementary school, 909 Milton Blvd., with the regular meeting 6 p.m. today at the high school board room. • NEWTON FALLS VILLAGE COUNCIL will meet 6 p.m. today via Zoom at ...

Threat case nearing deal

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YOUNGSTOWN — A Niles man accused of using social media to threaten a family may be nearing a plea deal with federal prosecutors. Court records show that the attorney for Caleb Hall, 25, of Niles, was in a teleconference Nov. 18 with prosecutors and made a motion to continue the case for ...

Ohio tops 350,000 cases as it nears 6,000 deaths

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New coronavirus cases reported across the state on Sunday reached 8,133 — the second-highest daily total since March — with Ohio surpassing 350,000 cases since the pandemic began last spring. The Ohio Department of Health reported a total of 351,419 cases in Ohio since the pandemic began, ...

Relief funds limit loss at Covelli Centre, Youngstown amp

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YOUNGSTOWN — Even though only two events were held at the Youngstown Foundation Amphitheatre and one at the Covelli Centre during the third quarter, the city-owned facilities’ loss for July to September was a mere $3,565. That’s because JAC Management Group, which runs the two locations ...

JCC threat trial delayed until March

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CLEVELAND — James P. Reardon, 22, of New Middletown, who has been locked up awaiting trial on allegations of making a threat to the Jewish Community Center in Youngstown, has been granted another postponement of his trial date. Reardon was scheduled for trial Dec. 15 and for a final pretrial ...

Unified campaign led to McKinley’s re-election in 1900

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Gary Brown wrote a special to the Canton Repository about the successful 1900 re-election of President William McKinley. It was titled, “The Monday After: President McKinley ran a unified campaign in 1900.” He wrote that little did American voters know that they not only were re-electing ...