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Autumn lovers can get their fill of fall color at Mill Creek

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Visitors to Fellows Riverside Gardens at Mill Creek Park will get a spectacular view from the Garden Café terrace, not only of the colorful trees, but also of Lake Glacier. TheNewsOutlet.org/Shee Wai Wong

Mill Creek MetroParks in Youngstown offers several ideals spots to observe the fall leave display. But the trees and plants aren’t the only reason to visit. Small creatures, such as squirrels, will can be observed around the trees gathering nuts and acorns for winter.

Youngstown steps up pressure on owner of Parkway Tower

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The City of Youngstown is investigating criminal charges against the out-of-state landowner of Parkway Tower. There are several code violations that the owner hasn’t addressed. Shee Wai Wong/TheNewsOutlet.org

A city landmark in downtown Youngstown is having some legal trouble. The building owner, an out-of-state investment group, is taking time to deal with its housing violations on the property. Shee Wai Wong tells us the story behind the building.

Infrastructure issues delay business development in Carroll County

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When the fracking industry arrived in Carroll County, it brought an influx of money – and demands.

Artists display creative works at B&O Station

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Artist Dru Marchese of Youngstown glues shattered mirror pieces onto restored old window and picture frames. She was one of the artists participating in the Rust Belt Artists Market in February at the B&O Station in Youngstown. (Shee Wai Wong/TheNewsOutlet.org)

Artists of the Rust Belt present several shows each year. The artists, brewers and musicians wrapped up the winter market in mid-February.

Shee Wai Wong has the story.

Forecasts by acorns or caterpillars won’t stop winter from arriving Dec. 21

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Way before meteorology became a science, Americans had their special ways to predict winter. Shee Wai Wong has the story.

Customers making final costume choices

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Photo provided by Doug Livingston
Monster High costumes, like this wolf version, are top sellers this year.

Are you going to dress up for Halloween? Customers are making a final dash to buy Halloween products. Shee Wai Wong visited some local Halloween stores.