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Local climbers are excited what this could mean for the future of climbing in the area.
02/16/2020
Mill Creek Park given legal access to boulder climb

Local climbers are excited what this could mean for the future of climbing in the area.

A celebration was held Saturday for anyone interested in boulder climbing. That’s because Bear’s Den in Mill Creek Park was given legal access to climb.

Correction: Mahoning County reported 180 (not 180,000) homeless people in 2019 - an 18% drop from the previous year.
02/15/2020
Cold temperatures push Rescue Mission to full capacity

Correction: Mahoning County reported 180 (not 180,000) homeless people in 2019 - an 18% drop from the previous year.

Cold temperatures are sticking around into Friday night but the Rescue Mission of the Mahoning Valley is ready for the cold.

One reason is that people are not just buying for significant others anymore. The holiday now reaches out to pets, frien...
02/14/2020
Valentine’s Day spending expected to set another record

One reason is that people are not just buying for significant others anymore. The holiday now reaches out to pets, friends and co-workers.

According to the National Retail Federation Americans are expected to set another record for spending this year because people are not just buying for significant others. The holiday now reaches to…

Gorant Chocolatier is ready for Valentine's Day with a variety of gifts, from cards and candies to stuffed animals and c...
02/14/2020
Daybreak Nation on Location: Gorant Chocolatier

Gorant Chocolatier is ready for Valentine's Day with a variety of gifts, from cards and candies to stuffed animals and chocolates.

The Austintown Gorant’s location has all the last minute Valentine’s Day gifts that you need.

There are a lot of different ways to tell a person you care, but some terms have fallen out of fashion. This Valentine’s...
02/14/2020
Nugget of Knowledge: Terms of endearment

There are a lot of different ways to tell a person you care, but some terms have fallen out of fashion. This Valentine’s Day might be a time to bring them back.

There are a lot of different ways to tell a person you care, but some terms have fallen out of fashion. This Valentine’s Day might be a time to bring them back.

Winter weather is causing some schools to make adjustments today. Click below for a complete list.
02/14/2020
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Winter weather is causing some schools to make adjustments today. Click below for a complete list.

Closings Updated: Feb 14, 2020 / 06:05 AM EST Jump To: A–Z 123 A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z A Akiva Academy Mahoning School Closed Today Austintown Schools Mahoning School Delayed 2 hours Back to top B Brookfield Schools Trumbull School Closed Today Back to top Trending on W...

The West Branch senior is a sharp-shooting captain on the basketball team, as well as a softball standout with a 4.0 GPA...
02/14/2020
Student Athlete: Peyton Alazaus

The West Branch senior is a sharp-shooting captain on the basketball team, as well as a softball standout with a 4.0 GPA.

A wintry mix of precipitation is causing some school districts to make adjustments this morning. Click below to see a co...
02/13/2020
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A wintry mix of precipitation is causing some school districts to make adjustments this morning. Click below to see a complete list.

Closings Updated: Feb 13, 2020 / 05:07 AM EST Jump To: A–Z 123 A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z B Bazetta Twp. Parking Ban All Parking Bans Parking Bans Until 12PM Thursday Back to top C Cortland Parking Ban All Parking Bans Parking Bans Until 12PM Thursday Back to top L Lordsto...

Tonight at 11: It’s the media’s job to stay committed to their community, but Hot 101 radio show host Kelly Stevens is t...
02/13/2020
Hot 101 personality Kelly Stevens named this week’s Hometown Hero

Tonight at 11: It’s the media’s job to stay committed to their community, but Hot 101 radio show host Kelly Stevens is taking it to the next level.

Stevens’ parents instilled a sense of community in her at a young age. They did carnivals in their front yard for the MDA Telethon, which she has passed down to her kids as well.

Supporters of the statue to mark the historic 1946 "Handshake of the Century" received a $25,000 grant from the J. Ford ...
02/13/2020
Robinson-Shuba handshake statue project gets $25K grant

Supporters of the statue to mark the historic 1946 "Handshake of the Century" received a $25,000 grant from the J. Ford Crandall Foundation.

A project to erect a statue depicting a historic handshake involving Youngstown native George “Shotgun” Shuba and baseball Hall of Famer Jackie Robinson received a large grant.

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you need to find new weekend news anchors, the ones that do Saturday n Sunday evening have no clue how to read a teleprompter, just saying
Spreading some 'Positive' Chinese culture, local Chinese Kung-Fu School from Girard,Ohio will be performing the traditional 'Dragon' & rare 'Unicorn' dances SAT. FEB. 15th. at 7:30pm., at the Royal Grill & Sushi' restaurant in Youngstown,Ohio Rt. 224 ( in the Goodwill Plaza). FREE & open to the public, indoor event!
The NYPD COMMISSIONER NAME IS DERMOT. NOT DEMONT YOU FOOLS HE'S NOT A HOMIE BRO
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TO ALL ABC VIEWERS. I AM CALLING FOR ALL DAYTIME DRAMA FANS AND ABC VIEWERS THROUGH THEIR ABC AFFILIATES TO LOBBY NATALIA LIVINGSTON AND FRANK VALENTINI TO BRING BACK BOTH REBECCA BUDIG AND NATALIA LIVINGSTON AS EMILY IN THE BELOW STORYLINE, THAT COULD LEAD TO AN ENTIRE MORNING OF DAYTIME SHOWS CALLED PARMADALE’S RESURRECTION, WHOSE ADVERTISING PROFITS DONATED TO HUMANITARIAN LIFE SAVING COULD SAVE MILLIONS OF LIVES YEARLY. HE ISN’T JUST MAKING A STORYLINE DECISION BUT A DECISION OF WHETHER OR NOT MILLIONS OF PEOPLE LIVE, WITH AN EMILY/PARMADALE STORYLINE, OR DIE WITHOUT ONE. I URGE EVERYONE TO CONTACT THE 2005 EMMY WINNER AT HER PROFESSIONAL CONTACT [email protected], WHICH IS AN ACTING SCHOOL IN DECATUR, GEORGIA AND [email protected] AND A BETTER CONTACT IS [email protected]. EITHER SEND THEM THIS POST DIRECTLY OR WRITE ONE OF YOUR OWN IF YOU HAPPEN TO BE ONE OF THE MILLIONS OF BREAST CANCER SURVIVORS WHOS LIVES WERE SAVED BY EITHER NATALIA’S PSA’S AND FUND RAISING EFFORTS OR SOMEONE WHO GOT EARLY DETECTION AND INSPIRATION FROM “EMILY’ AND “MONCA’S” PORTRAYAL. Natalia Livingston should return to General Hospital as Emily in a real life/fictitious cross over where when Paige and Hank died, she didn’t go off with Lucky to find Paige’s aunt but went to live at a real orphanage (childrens village) in a Cleveland Suburb called Parma, Ohio called Parmadale, where she returned when in rehab at Mount Alvernia which is on the Parmadale property to help take care of Sasha who was also having her life saved at the place that saved 41,000 orphans directly and its effect on the world indirectly saved hundreds of millions of people who would have tears of joy to see TV’s most beloved orphan and maybe character of all time, have her life saved at the real life most beloved children’s village and perhaps any place of healing of human suffering. Natalia has already stated she would love to come back if there was a really great storyline. Emily’s life at Parmadale would be the most inventive storyline ever, which could have a spin off reality shows called Parmadale’s Resurrection. PR would be reality shows dramatizing pet therapy, one show for each cottage where 5% of advertising profits goes towards Parma schools, another 5% goes towards the City of Parma and 90 % goes towards humanitarian life saving which could save millions of lives every year-all made possible by Frank Valentini choosing the best storyline in the history of all TV, but incarnating a process made possible by Natalia’s resurrection to be the most important humanitarian decision in the history of the world. If Frank Valentini wants millions to live he’ll chose my storyline. If he doesn’t care about millions of people dying, he’ll chose some over paid writer for some stupid coma, amnesia or ghost storyline. The decision of how Emily returns isn’t just about storylines. It’s about how just about the most beautiful actress ever who played the most beloved orphan and character in TV history could have a storyline about the most beloved orphanage and perhaps the originator of the healing of human suffering through love, care and compassion and not labatomies, ice water submersion, electro shock therapy which was used before Parmadale incarnated on September 23, 1925. A date that shares anniversaries with All My Children’s finale in 2011. Before being mostly demolished last year, Pamadale was a place that Martin Luther King Jr. dreamed of decades before he was even born. Where in a world full of racism, violence and dehumanization of African Americans there was a 80 acre lot of cottages, a church, a school and gym where black and white orphans both boys and girls lived together in peace and harmony and equality. A place where Epiphany as part of the real life/fiction cross over could tell after Emily comes back to Port Charles about all the hatred, bigotry and violence her orphaned parents had to go through and how much better there growing up would have been being taken care of in Parmadale. Parmadale wasn’t just like an island of racial harmony but gender equality decades before Mary Tyler Moore, Billie Jean King, The ERA even going back to Susan B. Anthony. Where girls were expected to be financially self sufficient and capable of not needing a husband to take care of them. There was no sexual harassment or objectification or demeaning of the girls based on their gender. Way back in the 1950’s girls were taught how to change a tire or light a pilot furnace and get a job, just like the boys were taught how to cook supper or change a diaper when their wives had to work late. The link provides a detailed storyline at least for the first several months. https://www.facebook.com/steve.bayt/posts/2704899626237671
Aldi's charges a quarter for carts, but when you return the cart you get your quarter back. It keeps the parking lot free of run away carts.
Tonight’s the Big Night! Come Out And Support Our Hubbard Cheer Leaders! “Night At The Races.” TONIGHT at St Patrick Hall Parish Center in Hubbard, Ohio. (21 & older). Tickets are $10 each. Doors open st 6:30PM, first race at 7:00PM. Light appetizers & beer included in ticket price. You can also bring your own food & beverages. 75+ Auction Baskets & 50/50 Go Eagles! 🦅💙🎟🎟🏇🏻
JET EXCAVATING CHANGED THEIR MIND.DUE TO HORRIBLE WEATHER TOMORROW THEY DID THE CEMENTING TODAY.HOPEFULLY KINSMAN DAM/ROAD LAKEVIEW DRIVE WILL BE OK NOW.
WHERE ARE ALL THE NEWSPEOPLE?JET EXCAVATING IS BACK AT THE KINSMAN DAM ROAD(LAKEVIEW ROAD)TRYING DESPARATELY TO FIX IT.IT'S BEEN ERODING THESE LAST 3 MONTHS.THE CREEK IS TO STRONG.THEY ARE TRYING TO KEEP IT FROM COLLAPSING LIKE BACK IN JULY 20,2019.THEY BEEN THERE FOR 2 WEEKS NOW.TOMORROW(FRIDAY) THEY WILL POUR TONS OF CEMENT TO TRY TO FIX IT.
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