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VIENNA TOWNSHIP, Ohio -- The director of aviation at Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport characterizes a show cause order issued against Aerodynamic Inc. as a “speed bump” in the process of the carrier eventually offering flights at the airport.
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio -- Attendance at this year’s TedXYoungstown was more than double that of the inaugural event last year, its organizer says. A total of 235 people registered for the day-long event, taking place today in the Ford Theater at Youngstown State University’s Bliss Hall.
“Last year we only had 100 people, which is what we were restricted to,” Lori Shandor, TedXYoungstown Curator, says. “So we’re not a sellout crowd but that’s great news because we have some room to grow here.”
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio -- The third annual Cookie Table & Cocktails fundraiser for the Mahoning Valley Historical Society will take place Feb. 7 from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. at the Tyler Mahoning Valley History Center downtown. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Campaign for the Tyler Mahoning Valley History Center.
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio -- The YWCA of Youngstown received a $10,000 donation Tuesday from the Home Savings Charitable Foundation to sponsor the Women Artists: A Celebration! show.
The art show, which is marking its 33rd anniversary, highlights and supports women artists and their contribution to the arts locally, says Leah Brooks, executive director of the Youngstown YWCA.
YOUNGSTOWN -- People occupy and keep up most of the houses that surround Taft Elementary School, but the 11 that concern residents of this South Side neighborhood sit empty with broken windows and missing doors.
“We did a survey of the area directly around Taft Elementary and found that a lot of these houses are blown-in with a lot of drug activity, gang activity and even prostitution, says Anika Jacobs-Green, a revitalization volunteer with AmeriCorps. “We're just trying to make it safe for these kids to walk to school.”