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Man accused of stealing $12K of jewelry from Niles store

Niles Police are asking the public for their help in looking for a man who they say swiped over $12 thousand worth of jewelry from a store in the Eastwood Mall. Police say surveillance video caught the man asking to see jewelry at the Zales store on Tuesday, June 21st. The man then grabbed at least two pair of large diamond earrings and fled the store.
NILES, OH
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'Say your final goodbye' to Canfield's Village Green Gazebo

It's time to 'say your final goodbye' to the gazebo that is a staple in Canfield's Village Green. At least until it's rebuilt, that is. The City of Canfield told community members on Facebook that Tuesday would be the last day to visit the gazebo, as it's set to be demolished Wednesday morning.
CANFIELD, OH
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New Castle Man Charged With Stealing Truck From Gas Station

A New Castle man is facing charges after he allegedly stole a vehicle from a gas station in Mercer County. It happened Saturday around 11 a.m. at the Sheetz gas station on West Main Street near Grove City. Police say a pickup truck was at a gas pump, when 27-year-old Andre Atwater allegedly got in the truck and took off.
NEW CASTLE, PA
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Mercy Health set to welcome 54 new residents to Youngstown

Mercy Health is welcoming some new residents to their facilities this Friday. The 54 residents come from Mercy's Graduate Medical Education Program. They span across 9 different residency programs and 1 fellowship program, with specialties including internal medicine, family medicine, general surgery, orthopedic surgery, general dentistry, emergency medicine, otolaryngology, transitional year and pharmacy, as well as fellows in hospice and palliative medicine.
YOUNGSTOWN, OH
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Warren Library announces reopening date

According to a release, the library on the 400 block of Mahoning Ave. Northwest, closed to the public on Feb. 28, 2022, to accommodate the final stages of a construction and renovation project that began in April 2021.
WARREN, OH
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