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Hermitage company to hold hiring event

Hermitage-based company, Charlie's Specialties Inc. will be holding a hiring event on Tuesday, Sept. 28 from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at 2500 Freedland Rd. in Hermitage. The company is looking to fill the following positions:. - Full and part-time production line. - CDL (commercial drivers license) delivery driver. -...
HERMITAGE, PA
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New Castle News

Man approached after reportedly taking photos in court

A homicide trial was disrupted Monday afternoon when a Lawrence County judge and court staff member reportedly spotted a spectator sitting in the back of the courtroom, taking photos in the courtroom with his cell phone. Common Pleas Judge J. Craig Cox declared a brief recess to address the matter...
LAWRENCE COUNTY, PA
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What's behind the worker shortage?

The "now hiring" signs that local businesses have posted and set up are hard to miss. Many employers are struggling to fill job openings, even after COVID-19 restrictions were lifted and extra unemployment benefits were dropped in Ohio at the end of June. While economists believe the extra $300 weekly...
CANFIELD, OH
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Youngstown Schools academic distress plan sparks dissent at board meeting

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) — The Youngstown School Board is preparing a plan to have the district released from the control of the Academic Distress Commission. There’s a first draft — and one complaint is the benchmarks set are not demanding enough. Kim Miller-Smith of the Ohio School Boards Association made...
YOUNGSTOWN, OH
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Mount Carmel statues being replaced after vandalism

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) — A number of statues damaged and destroyed at a Youngstown church are now being replaced. A number of the small statues outside of the Basilica of Our Lady of Mount Carmel have been replaced and others are due to arrive soon. More than a dozen were...
YOUNGSTOWN, OH
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WaterFire drew crowds to the flames

SHARON – And the winning number is: 15,000 or more. That was the estimated attendance Saturday for WaterFire Sharon, according to event organizers. The numbers suggest that people were glad to see the event return after its cancellation last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, said Peggy Mazyck, president and CEO of VisitMercerCountyPA, the county’s tourism agency.
SHARON, PA
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Lakeview standout hits assist milestone in win over Canfield

CORTLAND, Ohio (WKBN) – The Lakeview volleyball steam grabbed a straight-sets win over Canfield on Monday, 3-0. Lakeview won set one, 25-18, and sets two and three by a score of 25-19. In the win, the Bulldogs’ Maggie Pavlansky recorded her 1,000th career assist. On the night, Pavlansky racked up...
CANFIELD, OH
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NAACP speaks out against school districts academic plan

In the Youngstown City School District the NAACP, parents, and retired educators are accusing the School Board of setting educational standards too low for students. They will be sending letters to parents and the Ohio Department of Education, stating that the academic plan presented by Youngstown's board has inferior benchmarks, goals, and expectations.
YOUNGSTOWN, OH
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College Roundup: Westminster's Butler (Farrell), Hoover (Wilmington) honored by PAC

Westminster College freshman defensive back Brice Butler, former Farrell High multi-sport standout, was named the Presidents’ Athletic Confernce Football Defensive Player of the Week on Monday after his sensational performance in the Titans’ win over Case Western Reserve on Saturday night. Butler recorded three interceptions, returned one 100 yards for...
GROVE CITY, PA
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