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Coroner identifies man found dead along road in Youngstown last week

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) – The Mahoning County Coroner’s Office released the identity of a man found dead on the side of the road in Youngstown last Thursday morning. Stephen Yahraus, 24, was found dead near the intersection of Ford Avenue and Emerson Place in Youngstown Thursday. An examination was conducted...
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Mahoning County, OHCleveland News - Fox 8

Undercover human trafficking sting leads to 34 arrests of Valley men

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) – A total of 34 people in the Valley have been arrested, accused of trying to meet children online for sex. The Mahoning County Sheriff’s Office and Mahoning Valley Human Trafficking Task Force conducted an undercover sting over the past couple of months called “Operation Full Court Press.”
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Youngstown, OHWFMJ.com

Body found on Youngstown's North Side identified

The body of a man found on Ford Avenue in Youngstown last week has been identified by the Mahoning County Coroner's Office. Stephen Yahraus, 24, was found dead near the intersection of Ford Avenue and Emerson Place the morning of July 29th. The Youngstown Police Department and the County Coroner's...
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Strongsville, OHcoolcleveland.com

Shop & Rock at Music-Driven Maker Market at Crocker Park

Sat 8/7 @ 11AM-6PM The Avant-Garde Art & Craft Shows is a ten-year-old northeast Ohio organization that presents maker shows around the area, usually in suburbs such as Solon, Rocky River, Avon and Strongsville, giving local handmade artists yet another outlet for their creations. The 2021 Shop & Rock Handmade...
Warren, OHWFMJ.com

Two Valley ice cream shops make top ten list

Two businesses in the Valley have grabbed top ten spots on the Ohio Farm Bureau’s annual Ice Cream Battle. Cockeye Creamery on Parkman Road in Warren placed fifth, and Youngstown-based Handel’s Homemade Ice Cream placed 7th on the informal Facebook poll of best ice cream conducted yearly by the poll.
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Stark County, OHIndependent

Soak up the rest of summer from these local patios

On a warm, late summer night, dinner and drinks just taste better outdoors. Savor summer's final notes on some of Stark County’s best patios, where you can relax and watch the sunset and grab a quick breather before the back-to-school season takes over. UnHitched Brewing Company. 115 S Mill Street,...
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Jessica N. Abraham

Hey, Warren! Its Time to Treat Your Pup with New Dunkin'-Inspired BARK Dog Toys and a Whipped "Cup for Pup"

Yesterday, the Dunkin’ Joy in Childhood Foundation announced new Dunkin’-inspired dogs toys and treats for man’s best friend — and they're coming to Warren, Ohio!. The foundation is on the mission of providing kids battling hunger, illness and food insecurity with the simple joys of childhood and has granted more than $30 million since its inception in 2006. The foundation strives to provide $7 million in relief this year alone.
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Garden tour to raise funds for Salem Preservation

Look, Love, Grow, Salem, Ohio’s Summer Garden Tour, will be held from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Aug. 7. Ginger Grilli, who is chairing the event, invites the community to support Salem Preservation projects while visiting some of the city’s best gardens. She said, “We are excited to showcase a couple well-known locations and a few hidden gems. We appreciate the property owners who opened their gardens to the public to make this possible.”
Youngstown, OHWYTV.com

Tips for safely handling pool chemicals and protecting skin

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) – Summer means it’s time for some backyard relaxation in the cool pool. Let’s talk what you put in the pool water besides yourself. Emergency medicine doctors want us to be aware of the dangers of mishandling pool chemicals. These chemicals are in high demand this summer...
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Massillon Museum to host virtual wine tasting

The Massillon Museum will host a virtual wine tasting from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Aug. 26 for museum members. Wanda Haynes, a Northeast Ohio wine educator and socialite, will host the event. Participants will receive a wine package with three different 750-millilitre bottles. Wines to be tasted include a Ferraton rosé, a Cooper Mountain pinot noir, and a New Zealand sauvignon Blanc. The museum suggests sharing the experience with two to four people.
Wilmington, NCStar News Online

New Wilmington market adds fresh foods and more to Cargo District

Another new business has opened in Wilmington’s Cargo District. In addition to restaurants, salons and a coffee shop, Homegrown Grassroots Goods market has joined the scene at 615 S. 15th St. Like us on Facebook:For more on your Wilmington plate, head to Port City Foodies. Owner Kendra Burgon describes the...
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