Roughly 70 South side residents attended an informational meeting sponsored by the Youngstown Neighborhood Development Corp. The meeting at the Oak Hill Collaborative ran for two hours instead of one, which residents expressing their concerns over the lack of attention by leaders to their section of the city.
As the natural gas industry expands throughout Ohio, it brings workers from across the country looking for their share of the profit. The News Outlet’s Christopher Kochera brings us the story of one of those workers.
Administrators faced closure of unit or closure of facility
Faced with a choice of closing the respiratory care unit or closing the entire facility, the administrator of Valley Renaissance Healthcare Center in Boardman chose the first option.
Ohio is evenly divided between Republicans and Democrats. We are a battleground state, a purple state or what’s called a Swing State – in other words we can swing either Republican or Democrat in the November election and that’s why we’re so important.
We brought you a story yesterday featuring political activist John Russo. He shared his liberal perspective. Today, we bring you a conservative look at some of the issues.
Regardless of voter tendencies, the polls are suggesting that the debate had a significant impact on the presidential race, more so than in previous elections. If the trend holds true, Sracic said, the “history books” on how debates have not always swayed votes may need to be rewritten.
No Republican has ever won the presidency without carrying Ohio. And one local scholar doesn’t think that will happen this election either. Chris Davidson reports.
A comparison of council salaries for nine Ohio cities reveals that Youngstown council members not only earn the most but also are among the few who receive health benefits.
We continue our election series today with a look at the Mahoning County Green Party.
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During the next few weeks, WYSU and the News Outlet will bring you information about the coming elections and the local political scene. Chris Davidson tells us about a local and national organization, that some claim, dates back to America’s revolution.
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