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Liberty officials discuss how to fix township roads next year

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Liberty officials met on Thursday to discuss how they can better the township roads next year. 

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Selection process underway for Youngstown Mayor-elect Brown's administration

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Names of applicants will be released Friday night, interviews will start December 18th.

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Youngstown officials: Public Library on the west side near complete

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Youngstown Officials say the construction phase of the new Public Library on the city's west side is near complete.

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Salem man indicted after allegedly being caught in sex sting

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A Salem man has been indicted after being involved in an undercover sex sting in Beaver Township back in September. 

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FCC repeals 'Net Neutrality' rules

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"Net Neutrality" has become somewhat of a buzz word, and on Thursday the Federal Communications Commission voted to roll back it's restrictions.

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Tim Ryan receives award for his efforts in the opioid epidemic

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Representative Tim Ryan received the Health IT Pioneer award from Health IT Now, for his efforts in the opioid crisis. Health IT Now is a coalition of patient groups, provider organizations, employers, and payers supporting health information technology to improve patient outcomes. Officials say the award is Health IT Now's highest award and is meant to recognize legislators who have aggressively pushed for solutions and improvements in healthcare. Congressman Ryan was recogni...

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Lowellville receives grant to make village improvements

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The village of Lowellville is getting a boost from a grant through the Ohio Department of Natural Resources to make several improvements. 

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The City Series: Old sports tradition in Youngstown revived

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A new partnership has been created in Youngstown to bring back a sports program that has been dormant since the school district downsized to one high school in 2011. 

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Four indicted for allegedly trying to cash bogus checks at local banks

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Four New Yorkers have been indicted after trying to cash bogus checks at local PNC branches. 

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Youngstown mother indicted for allegedly telling her son to tear up school

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The mother of a student at Mahoning County High School has been indicted for inciting violence in November.

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Long time Mercer County judge announces retirement

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Dobson ended his letter by saying, "While I have been on the bench, I have done what I believed was right no matter the consequences. I have no regrets."

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Mahoning deputy gets paid leave after organ donation

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The generous act by a Mahoning County Sheriff's Deputy to donate a kidney to a co-worker has prompted a change in the sheriff department's collective bargaining agreement.

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Third man sentenced to prison for deadly biker shootout

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The third and final suspect in a deadly biker shootout in Warren Township has been sentenced to prison. 

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Police: Boardman man doing 'donuts' while drunk strikes bicyclist

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A 23-year-old Boardman man is currently in the Mahoning County Jail after allegedly hitting a man on a bicycle while doing "donuts" in a mall parking lot. 

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Youngstown man convicted of stabbing victim more than 20 times

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A Youngstown man has been found guilty of a brutal stabbing on the city's south side in 2016.

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