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Thousands affected by power outage in Salem

SALEM, Ohio (WKBN) – Thousands of customers in Salem and Salem Township are being affected by a power outage Sunday, according to FirstEnergy. As of 5:10 p.m., over 3,500 customers are being affected. According to FirstEnergy, outages are on Franklin Avenue and Summit Street and off South Lincoln Avenue. Outages...
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Ohio's "mane" Olympian goes for gold

Northeast Ohio is being represented at the Olympics in Tokyo by many different athletes, but only one of them is just 14 years old. “I was raised in Cleveland Heights, we rode at a stable once a week and I loved it so much,” says Betsy Juliano, owner of Havensafe Farm in Mesopotamia, Ohio.
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1 dead after fire erupts in Sebring house

SEBRING, Ohio (WKBN) – A fatal house fire happened in Sebring late Saturday night and first responders are still trying to figure out the cause. It happened around 10 p.m. at 447 W New York Avenue. Neighbors said they heard an explosion and then the house was engulfed with flames.
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Police seeking information on man accused of Salem break-in

SALEM, Ohio (WKBN) – The Columbiana County Sheriff’s Office is seeking information on the man pictured. They said he was caught on video breaking into a place on Depot Road near Winona Road in Salem. Police asked anyone with information to call the Columbiana County Sheriff’s Office.
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Duty to beauty: Retired Canton officer opens salon

CANTON – Ten-year-old Noah Tuck sits patiently while Aaron Williams uses clippers to carefully create decorative parts in his hair around the sides and the back before tackling the mass of brown curls on the top. Willams gave Tuck his very first haircut when he was a toddler, said the...
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40 years and still frying

DENNISON – As the season of fairs and festivals across the country begins to wind down, the ubiquitous smells still linger and waft through the air for blocks — especially the fried dough. You know the flavors, textures, and toppings well. These are personal decisions. But in Dennison during St. Mary’s Festival, in the parking lot of Immaculate Conception Church, perhaps what sets the simple tradition of having fried waffles for 40 years apart from the rest, is the love of a friendship that has endured even longer.
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Salem prepares for local garden tours

SALEM, Ohio (WKBN) – Flower and garden enthusiasts will have the chance to tour local gardens in Salem. The event takes place Aug. 7 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and will take participants through different public and private gardens throughout the area. All of the money will go towards...
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SilverSneakers Yoga & Classic

Silver Sneakers Yoga. A chair-based yoga that focuses on increasing flexibility. Silver Sneakers Classic. A chair-based class that use hand weights and fitness ball. All equipment provided.
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Tony Ly continues restaurant journey with revived Lucca in Canton

Tony Ly has been around the restaurant business since childhood. “I’m a son of an immigrant family,” he said. “My family has always had restaurants, and I just grew up in them.”. After school, when he was 10 years old, Ly helped out at his mom’s Chinese carryout restaurant in...
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Deer befriends Cottrell family in Uhrichsville

UHRICHSVILLE — Veronica Cottrell has a deer friend, and so does the rest of her family. "We have this male deer that continues to show up at our house on (state Route) 800 in Uhrichsville," Cottrell told The Times-Reporter via Facebook. "He’s so friendly and loves my kids and dog."
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