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Past articles by Daniel:

Leaders asking for zoning input with online survey for Boardman residents

If you live in Boardman, leaders want to know what you think about what kind of housing the township should focus on building and how many farm animals people should be allowed to keep. → Read More

Some Boardman residents unhappy about paying new stormwater fee

A representative from the ABC Water District said they have to charge residents because the state isn't paying. → Read More

No need to whine, Lisbon Chamber's event will cure the winter blues

The second annual Wine About Winter event serves as both a fundraiser and to bring awareness to Lisbon businesses. → Read More

Timeline for Youngstown renovations could be shorter than leaders thought

Lots of improvements are coming to downtown Youngstown and on Tuesday, we learned they could happen a lot sooner. → Read More

String of vehicle break-ins brings concerns for Youngstown businesses

Jordan Auto Sales said they are offering a cash reward for anyone that comes forward with information about the break-ins. → Read More

Warren police on scene of shooting along Feederle Avenue, victim in hospital

A man was taken to the hospital late Wednesday night after what police are calling a shooting in Warren. → Read More

Howland Schools borrowing $1.5 million to afford staff's paychecks

The district's treasurer said they're low on cash and need a short-term loan. → Read More

After great year, Trumbull Neighborhood Partnership continues cleaning up blight

Last year, more abandoned houses were demolished than in the previous two years but TNP would also like to remodel more homes moving forward. → Read More

Mahoning Co. engineers warn drivers of growing pot holes during heat up

Although condtions are not as harsh as the big storms in 2012 or 2013, engineer Patrick Ginnetti wants to make sure drivers are prepared for changes to the roads. → Read More

Political science professor discusses temporary government reopening

One local expert says the next few weeks are critical in finding a compromise that can keep the government open. → Read More

Government's temporary reopening brings relief and paychecks to Valley federal workers

Kenneth Pittman, vice president of Local 607, has spent the last 35 days in a constant state of mixed emotions. → Read More

Lordstown teachers say GM's closure will hurt their students and school district

State and national teachers unions rallied with them to keep GM in Lordstown. → Read More

Farrell weeks away from opening of medical marijuana facility

The old PPV Plate building will house eight cultivation rooms for growing the plants, as well as an area for research and development. → Read More

Youngstown native finds success after life in foster care

Marquell is one of about 1,000 young adults who age out of the foster-care system each year. → Read More

Downtown Youngstown bus tour shows Sen. Portman areas needing improvement

The route the lawmaker traveled on Friday will be taken by a self-driving bus sometime in the future. → Read More

UAW holds job fair to help workers affected by GM Lordstown layoffs

They were able to learn how to improve their resumes and had any unemployment questions answered. → Read More

Medical marijuana users in Ohio will be at risk for OVI's

Legally, a person is considered driving-impaired if there is too much marijuana metabolite in the driver's system. → Read More

Coroner identifies man killed during officer-involved shooting in Niles

Niles police said the shooting involved two officers who killed a man who ran from them near the Royal Mall Apartments. → Read More

Salvation Army offers toys to families who missed registration

Parents and caregivers must bring paperwork showing income and residency. → Read More

Pile of gifts continues to grow outside Youngstown house where 5 children died

One man who lives on Parkcliffe Avenue said the people on this street are close to each other. → Read More