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After waiting for an hour for an ambulance, Leslie Murphy was prompted by her supervisor to ask the woman who thought she was having a heart attack if she had a car. “Never in my 21-year career have I been so ashamed to be a Youngstown firefighter,” Murphy told Vindicator reporter Jessica Hardin.
Liberty wants to preserve Little Squaw Creek
More improvements are in the works.
Community alley and Wean Park won’t be available for rent until next spring
Sweeping changes at planning commission with addition of three workers
Seven homes were destroyed by the July 20 flooding.
Stormwater run off was also addressed at the township meeting.
State auditor’s office has questioned the city’s use of $4.5 million in 2017 for economic development
The total $16,551,735 in notes approved Tuesday includes about $3.4 million now going into long-term debt service this year.
Mahoning commissioners also awarded about $4.2 million in road project contracts Thursday.
Opinion: Liberty police, Trumbull coroner investigate body found in yard
Opinion: Heat wave continues to bake East; relief soon for Midwest
Hubbard Township police fund woes continue
Howland discontinued speed cameras July 1 after change in state law
Mahoning County now has rights to any Utica shale deposits underneath county-owned land in Canfield, under a new lease agreement with Ohio Valley Energy approved this morning.