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There will be belly dancing, jousting, full combat, warrior pipes and of course Vikings. 


Applications for the event, which will take place October 24, have also opened up.


The vote passed 4 to 3 with Councilpersons Julius Oliver, Mike Ray and Anita Davis voting against the resolution.


Additionally, the labor force participation rate in Ohio for April was 61.8%, while the national rate was 62.7%.


The decision contrasts the position of other Catholic and religious-based health systems that prohibit abortion procedures, regardless of the circumstances.


Companies like AIM transportation Solutions are looking to build up their workforce but face dwindling interest in the career with a nationwide shortage.


Councilmen Julius Oliver and Mike Ray brought in a Cincinnati company to try to give another option besides demolition. But with the building in imminent danger of collapse, there's not a lot of time to act on this new possibility.


The clinic will be held June 25 at the Eugenia Atkinson Rec Center for students of the Youngstown Academy of Excellence.


At least three local dealerships were hit by this outage.


A Campbell man is facing dozens of felony charges. Mahoning County Prosecutor Gina DeGenova said the charges stem from an elaborate scheme to lure teenagers into drugs and sexual activity online.


Thunderstorm chances will remain on the low side through Saturday.