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Recent articles by Hanna:

How to save money during summer travel

AAA is saying don’t expect prices to change much throughout the summer travel months. → Read More

American Heart Association details the signs of a stroke

Time is essential. It can make the difference between a strong recovery or death. → Read More

Campbell shooting leaves one dead, one in hospital

One person is dead and one was sent to the hospital after a shooting in Campbell early Sunday morning. → Read More

Youngstown Heart Walk educates on heart health

By the time you finish reading this news story approximately three people in America will have died from cardiovascular disease. According to the CDC, one person dies every 36 seconds from heart disease. → Read More

Pennsylvania teachers, lawmakers protest House Bill on school choice

It was to protest House Bill 2169, also known as the Lifeline Scholarship Bill. The bill passed in the House and is on the way to the state Senate. → Read More

Driver injured after Boardman police chase

It happened around 1 a.m. outside the Akron Children’s Hospital in Boardman. → Read More

What you can vote for at the PA primaries

SHARPSVILLE, Pa. (WKBN)- Polls for Pennsylvania’s primary elections open soon. No local issues are being decided in Mercer County Tuesday. However, Tuesday is the day voters choose who they want to represent their respective parties in November. WKBN spoke with Elections Director Thad Hall. He said the races today could be very close. “I do […] → Read More

PSP shoots at Grove City man after he drives straight at them

According to a release, on Sunday morning around 8:30 a.m. at the 200 block of Brent Road, troopers were called to execute a search warrant on John Barlow. → Read More

Local chamber of commerce involved in potential scam

On the receipt the person received, it indicates that it came from the Shenango Valley Chamber of Commerce via Stripe and has the chamber’s website and phone number linked. → Read More

Community to hold fundraiser for officer who lost his wife, has 7 children

There’s a fundraiser to help a Hermitage Police officer on Sunday after his wife suddenly passed away last month. → Read More

Hubbard students host run to honor teacher with cancer

Students at Hubbard High School hosted a run/walk Saturday to support breast cancer research. → Read More

Local drive-in resumes movies

The Reynolds Drive-In postponed movies and other events last weekend because of the weather and technical issues. → Read More

Students at Lowellville Schools return to class for the first time since shooting

School officials are welcoming back students with some accommodations. The school shared a welcome back letter to families. It outlines procedures and other support being provided. → Read More

Youngstown food giveaway targets assistance gap

A church on Youngstown’s South Side is trying to make sure no one goes hungry. → Read More

Local winery partners with Valley restaurant

The business moved and now sits in “the heart of Hermitage” on East State Street. → Read More

Car goes through railing in multi-vehicle crash

Youngstown police and fire are on scene at car accident downtown. → Read More

Local business to raise money for Lowellville’s prom

Dirty Joe’s Bin Cleaning and Sanitizing is raising money to help with prom expenses. → Read More

Campground fire causes small explosions; sends two to hospital

The State Fire Marshall on scene is still unaware of the cause of the fire that happened at McDermott Lakefront Campground. → Read More

5K run/walk benefits local veterans

Saturday was the seventh annual Apple Blossom Run at White House Fruit Farms. → Read More

Weather puts damper on local drive-in opening

Reynolds Drive-In is celebrating 75 years in Mercer County. → Read More