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Warren woman sentenced after 9 month old ingests drugs

A Warren woman was sentenced in the Warren Municipal Court on Tuesday in relation to an incident in April where her 9-month-old son ingested drugs. Police were dispatched to Akron Children's Hospital in Boardman shortly before 10:30 p.m. on the night of April 12, 2022 in reference to the child who arrived from Saint Joe's Hospital after ingesting drugs.
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Ohio ATH Deshawn Vaughn updates his recruitment

Austintown (Ohio) Fitch is one of the top programs in the Youngstown area and this season they will be led by 2024 athlete Deshawn Vaughn at the quarterback position. However, Vaughn was an All-Ohio safety for the Falcons last fall and many colleges view him as a defensive back at the next level. The 6-foot and 170-pound Vaughn currently holds one offer from Toledo and he was busy in May and June trying to earn more offers.

Area news in brief for Aug. 11

RAIN GARDENERS − Stark Soil & Water Conservation District is accepting registration for the Master Rain Gardener Certification Course, a six-class course providing training to design and install your own rain garden. The course will run 10 a.m. Thursday mornings from Sept. 15 to Oct. 13. Cost is $25, which includes a metal certification sign to display once you graduate. For more information about the course, including a syllabus outlining each class, check or call the office at 330-451-7645. To register, visit the office from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday with payment via check or the exact cash required. Seats are limited.

Local ice cream, desserts shop closes its doors

(WKBN) – A pair of ice cream and sweets stores in Salem and Boardman have closed. Both N2 by DaVill stores were shut down last month. Owner Shaun DaVill says inflation, lack of employees and the cost of rising gas prices forced him to close. He says he will...

Carnation Festival Fishing Derby lures big crowd of youth to Silver Park

Young fishermen and fisherwomen got busy Sunday at Kidwell Lake in Silver Park and enjoyed a morning of competition during the Greater Alliance Carnation Festival Fishing Derby. Participants were divided into age groups to compete for prizes that included such items as fishing equipment and bicycles. The annual event drew a large crowd of children who took part, and a huge crowd of people who sat on the banks of Kidwell Lake to enjoy the scene on a pleasant morning. Later in the day, crowds headed to Glamorgan Castle for the festival's annual Pump-in & Muster and the Kick Off Parade, which featured Alliance-area first responders blasting their fire truck horns and sirens to a crowd along Union Avenue. The parade also featured high school marching bands along with cheerleading squads. Check out photo galleries from Sunday's Fishing Derby and other Carnation Festival events at

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The bear might still be out there

The bear might still be out there. In the July print edition, NEWS On the Green published a story on bear sightings in June throughout Brookfield and Masury, which ended when a bear that was tranquilized in Sharon was relocated. NEWS On the Green had reached out to the Pennsylvania...

The Jewish history of Arby’s

Ever wonder who the “we” is behind that Arby’s slogan? The answer is Forrest and Leroy Raffel, Jewish brothers from New Castle, Pennsylvania. While the Raffel brothers were certainly not the only Jewish creative giants in the American fast food industry (hat tip to tip Harry J. Sonneborn and Leonard and Myra Rosenblatt) their story is one that is particularly compelling in regards to its history of innovations.