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Roundabout construction at Matthews Road causing headaches for residents


Work cannot be completed soon enough on the first roundabout in Mahoning County.  That's how residents and motorists feel about the project that is taking place at Matthews and Sheridan Roads.

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Boardman hopes state will approve West Parkside repair by next week

Boardman Township officials say they hope to know by the end of next week, whether or not the state will approve a quarter-of-a-million dollar project to repair a closed road. More>>

Pennsylvania's tougher child abuse laws may come into play in a Mercer County case Video included

Pennsylvania's new laws that just took effect in January, will come into play when a mother accused of asevere case of child abuse comes to trial. More>>

City council one step closer to approving ward changes in Youngstown


After about a year of haggling over how to best redraw the city's seven wards, it seems Youngstown City Council members may soon reach an agreement. More>>

East Liverpool City Hospital: "Here to stay"

East Liverpool City Hospital is cutting services, but hospital executives say they are in the Valley to stay. More>>


Schwebel: Tests clear way to resume production Video included


The Schwebel Baking Company says that an independent, certified lab has confirmed that the species of Listeria found in the Schwebel bakery in Youngstown is not the species that poses a risk to public health. More>>


Idled Warren steel plant to resume operations August 1 Video included

Operators of an idled Warren steel plant plan to be back up and running again on August 1st. More>>

The return of the McKinley tiara to Canton Video included

In May, 21 News told you about the McKinley Presidential Museum's quest to obtain a valuable piece of jewelry that belonged to First Lady Ida McKinley. More>>

Fitzgerald and Lepore-Hagan question state funding for charter schools


Two Democratic candidates held a news conference in Youngstown on Wednesday, to call for state oversight of for-profit charter schools. More>>

Fruit trees ready for planting at Youngstown Food Forest


As promised, 29 fruit trees were delivered on Wednesday to a lot at the corner of Hillman Street and Auburndale Avenue, where they will be planted this weekend. More>>

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