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On the Road

It seemed like a good idea at the time... grabbing a couple of maps and guide books and piling the kids in the car to hit the open road.  But now it's almost time to go and while you're excited to stop and see The World's Largest Ball of Twine , you're not so sure about days in the car with fighting, screaming, cranky kids who have no interest at all in The World's Largest Ball of Twine.

Don't worry... you can still take steps to make sure your trip is an enjoyable one and that everyone still loves each other when they get home.

Surviving the Family Road Trip > Before You Go > Make the Car Your Castle... Not Your Prison > Comfort is Key > Games on the Go

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  • Preservation project underway on State Route 11

    Preservation project underway on State Route 11

    Tuesday, June 27 2017 4:46 AM EDT2017-06-27 08:46:06 GMT
    State Route 11 is getting a facelift in Columbiana County. The Ohio Department of Transportation began microsurfacing and chip sealing six miles of State Route 11 on Monday morning.  The area between Lisbon/SR 154 Exit and the Columbiana Leetonia/SR 558 Exit will be subject to the preservation treatments.  According to ODOT, microsurfacing and chip sealing treatments lower cost of road maintenance in the long term, allowing them to resurface more roads with the savings.&n...More >>
    State Route 11 is getting a facelift in Columbiana County. The Ohio Department of Transportation began microsurfacing and chip sealing six miles of State Route 11 on Monday morning.  The area between Lisbon/SR 154 Exit and the Columbiana Leetonia/SR 558 Exit will be subject to the preservation treatments.  According to ODOT, microsurfacing and chip sealing treatments lower cost of road maintenance in the long term, allowing them to resurface more roads with the savings.&n...More >>
  • Lawmaker tries to stop sale of Shenango property to Islamic company

    Lawmaker tries to stop sale of Shenango property to Islamic company

    Tuesday, June 27 2017 4:44 AM EDT2017-06-27 08:44:40 GMT

    A Pennsylvania Senator is combating the sale of a Lawrence County property by sending a resolution to Senate.  Senator Elder Vogel Jr.'s resolution to stop the sale of the Youth Development Center to an Islamic-based educational company is being viewed in Senate on Tuesday.  The YDC has been sitting vacant for over four years.  Hira Educational Services of America bid $400 thousand for the YDC building in the beginning of June. This was the highest bid the state of P...

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    A Pennsylvania Senator is combating the sale of a Lawrence County property by sending a resolution to Senate.  Senator Elder Vogel Jr.'s resolution to stop the sale of the Youth Development Center to an Islamic-based educational company is being viewed in Senate on Tuesday.  The YDC has been sitting vacant for over four years.  Hira Educational Services of America bid $400 thousand for the YDC building in the beginning of June. This was the highest bid the state of P...

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  • Israeli doctor who treats Syrian refugees speaks in Youngstown

    Israeli doctor who treats Syrian refugees speaks in Youngstown

    Tuesday, June 27 2017 4:49 AM EDT2017-06-27 08:49:25 GMT

    Lawmakers and resettlement advocates say the travel ban hurts Syrian refugees. One man who treats Syrian refugees in Israel spoke in Youngstown Monday night at the Jewish Community Center. Dr. Arie Eisenman is the Head of Emergency Medicine at the Galilee Medical Center in Nahariya, Israel. Injured Syrians have received life saving medical care at his hospital soon after the civil war began in that country. "Most of the medical infrastructure in Syria doesn't exist anymore. M...

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    Lawmakers and resettlement advocates say the travel ban hurts Syrian refugees. One man who treats Syrian refugees in Israel spoke in Youngstown Monday night at the Jewish Community Center. Dr. Arie Eisenman is the Head of Emergency Medicine at the Galilee Medical Center in Nahariya, Israel. Injured Syrians have received life saving medical care at his hospital soon after the civil war began in that country. "Most of the medical infrastructure in Syria doesn't exist anymore. M...

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