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Recent articles by Kyle:

Why you may see more local cops on the roads

Summer is right around the corner, and with that, you may see an increased police presence in your community. → Read More

Police investigating shots fired at Boardman apartment

Officers said that it happened at the London Square Apartments near Rockdale Avenue and Trenholm Road in Boardman around 11:30 p.m. → Read More

Decision to be made on Youngstown power line plan

A decision on the plan is expected Thursday afternoon. → Read More

Youngstown man visits Boardman schools to discuss his children’s books

Steve Brown grew up on Youngstown’s east side. He was a medical laboratory technician for Cleveland Clinic. → Read More

Trumbull County Educational Service Center awards local scholarships

The Trumbull County Educational Service Center is recognizing some local seniors. → Read More

First Fridays on Fifth return to East Liverpool

Around 30 different vendors will fill up Fifth Street downtown this evening. There will also be live music. → Read More

Police: One dead, two shot at apartment complex in Warren

Early Friday morning, first news reporters are headed to the scene to find more information. → Read More

Boardman Park celebrates 75th anniversary

Thursday, a special event full of festivities will honor Boardman Park. Here’s what to expect. → Read More

How to stay safe out on the water

Nicer weather here in the Valley is prompting some people to get the boats out on the dock. However, there are some things to be mindful of before setting sail. → Read More

Author teachers diversity at local school

A local author is teaching kids about diversity. → Read More

Local expert gives tips on bicycle road safety

According to the CDC, nearly 1,000 cyclists die each year in accidents. Over 130 thousand cyclists are injured. → Read More

May Youngstown Flea is all about moms

It’s Mothers Day weekend, and the May Youngstown Flea was all about moms Saturday. → Read More

North Lima church hosting annual rummage sale

Mount Olivet Church in North Lima is having its spring rummage sale today. → Read More

Movie about Ukraine films in Campbell

The short film is called “Help” and is about the bombing and invasion of Ukraine. → Read More

Amazon donating 500 Echo Dots to Valley seniors

It’s a small device that can do anything from play music to read the news. Amazon is donating 500 of them to low income seniors in the Valley. → Read More

Land being cleared for FedEx facility in Hermitage

Trees have been cut down at the Tam O’Shanter Driving Range in Hermitage. → Read More

Experts talk link between finances, mental health

April is financial literacy month — and a recent survey shows a link between finances and mental health. → Read More

Businesses meet in Warren for community event

WARREN, Ohio (WKBN)- The city of Warren has its yearly event “Good Morning Warren,” on Friday. We should hear several things: * Big plans for Hyperion Companies * Mayor Doug Franklin’s state of the city speech * BRITE Energy on a Build Back Better Regional Challenge Grant It all starts at 7:30 a.m. at the Trumbull County Club. → Read More

Crews battle Mahoning County house fire

Firefighters from Campbell, Coitsville Township, and Struthers were called to the 200 block of Gordon Avenue just after 3 a.m. → Read More

Local church holds Easter service after fire forces 4-month close

A fire damaged the church last December and after four months of restorations, the church was ready to host members again. → Read More