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WINTER STORM: Parking Bans and Event Cancelations

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The following events have been cancelled due to inclement weather (scroll down for Parking Bans in the surrounding areas that are in effect):

WINTER STORM: Parking Bans and Event Cancelations


From the 21 Newsroom... The following events have been canceled or delayed for Thursday,

December 27:

Bazetta-Cortland Optimist Club Bingo--canceled

Believers Daycare and Church in Warren--closed

Canfield Township Trustees meeting-- canceled

Cardinal Kiddie Kollege--closed

Child First Daycare in Austintown closed

Great Expectations preschool at Austinwoods closed

Great Expectations preschool in Boardman--closed

Great Expectations in Hubbard, both locations--closed

Hubbard Senior Card Club canceled

Kollege Tots daycare--closed

Mount Calvary Pentecostal Church---office closed, no hot meal

National College--- closed

No Limits Alternative Center--closed

OCCHA--closed

Purple Cat--closed

St. Nicholas Byzantine Church Bingo---canceled

Youngstown Christian School Academic Decathlon practice--canceled

The following parking Bans are in effect in the surrounding are due to inclement weather (scroll up for event cancellations)

 AUSTINTOWN TOWNSHIP IN EFFECT UNTIL THURSDAY AT 3 P.M....

BOARDMAN TOWNSHIP IN EFFECT UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE...  

CITY OF CAMPBELL IN EFFECT UNTIL 5 P.M.THURSDAY...

CITY OF CANFIELD IN EFFECT UNTIL 9 P.M. FRIDAY...

CITY OF CORTLAND IN EFFECT UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE...

CITY OF GIRARD IN EFFECT UNTIL 6 P.M.FRIDAY...

GREENVILLE BOROUGH IN EFFECT UNTIL 8 A.M. FRIDAY...

HOWLAND TOWNSHIP IN EFFECT UNTIL 12 NOON FRIDAY...

CITY OF HUBBARD IN EFFECT TODAY AT 4 P.M.UNTIL 6 P.M.TOMORROW...

VILLAGE OF LEETONIA IN EFFECT UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE...

LIBERTY TOWNSHIP IN EFFECT STARTING AT 4 P.M.UNTIL 4 P.M.TOMORROW...

MCDONALD VILLAGE IN EFFECT 12 NOON TODAY UNTIL 12 NOON TOMORROW...

CITY OF SALEM IN EFFECT UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE...

CITY OF STRUTHERS IN EFFECT UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE...

CITY OF WARREN IN EFFECT UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE...

WEATHERSFIELD TOWNSHIP IN EFFECT UNTIL 12 A.M. MIDNIGHT SUNDAY...

CITY OF YOUNGSTOWN IN EFFECT STARTING AT 1 P.M.TODAY UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE...

 

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