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Austintown, Ohio is located in Mahoning County. Zip codes in Austintown, OH include 44515. The median home price in Austintown is $83,900 which is roughly $60/per square foot. More Austintown information.

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16 hrs ago | Cleveland.com

Rash of weekend car break-ins investigated: Pepper Pike police blotter

Theft from autos; Trillium Trail, Fox Hollow Drive: Police are investigating several car break-ins that likely all occurred overnight on July 25-26.

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Sat Jul 19, 2014

Cleveland.com

Oil and gas drillers sue Broadview Heights; chickens allowed to stay in the city: Best of the beat

This oil well in North Royalton, which is fighting its own battle with drillers, stands under the American flag.

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Fri Jul 18, 2014

Salem News

Church Happenings

A memorial dinner for Victor Mattevi will be held during the Banquet in Salem from 5 to 7 p.m. Monday at the Memorial Building, 785 E. State St. The menu offers fried chicken, red-skinned potatoes, peas or corn, cole slaw, fresh vegetables, fresh fruit and ice cream sundaes.

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Thu Jul 17, 2014

Cleveland.com

Two drilling companies sue Broadview Heights over ban on oil and gas wells

Two drilling companies with natural gas and oil wells in Broadview Heights have sued the city over its prohibition against future wells.

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The Columbus Dispatch

Ohio lawmakers want to ban powdered alcohol

Two Ohio lawmakers want to ban powdered alcohol, a not-yet approved product, because of what they say are potential public health risks.

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Tue Jul 15, 2014

Cleveland.com

What is powdered alcohol? Here are the sober facts about a controversial product

Powdered alcohol has been creating a lot of buzz lately in the food industry and in state capitols around the country.

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Modern Tire Dealer

Flynn's opens 19th location in Niles, Ohio

Joe Flynn III says the opening of the Niles, Ohio store coincides with the opening of the first Flynn's store 50 years ago that his grandfather, father and uncle opened in 1964.

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WCKY-FM Findlay

Ohio could ban powdered alcohol

A bill, introduced by State Rep. Ron Gerberry and Rep. Jim Buchy , would outlaw the sale or distribution of the product in "We don't believe that this consumer product is in the best interest of the citizens of the state and we're going to move forward and hopefully get a ban," said Gerberry.

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Sun Jul 13, 2014

Salem News

Camel Crawl' benefits animal sanctuary farm

So much so that they ended up covered like pigs in "hog heaven," especially after crawling through the aptly named obstacle, all to benefit rescued and retired animals.

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Thu Jul 10, 2014

Morning Journal

Woman describes assault by man accused of murder

Lee Ann Maggio said a chill went through her body when she realized that the teen accused of killing an Austintown girl last month was the same man who had assaulted her late last year outside a Lordstown business.

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Mon Jul 07, 2014

WNDU-TV South Bend

Wide Receiver Mahone no longer enrolled at Notre Dame after arrest last month

Wide receiver Will Mahone is no longer enrolled at Notre Dame, a university spokesman confirmed Monday night to NewsCenter 16. Mahone had been serving an indefinite suspension from the football program after threatening to kill police in an arrest last month in his hometown of Austintown, Ohio.

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Fri Jul 04, 2014

Right Wing News

'Evil' Killer Smirks in Court After Facing Charges For...

Ricki D. Williams IV, 18, of Youngstown, was called 'evil' by the prosecutor after a Wednesday court hearing in the death of 16-year-old Gina Burger.

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Morning Journal

Kaley - Hovanic

Scott Kaley and Suzanne Mehno, both of Salem, are announcing the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Chelsy Kaley, to Matthew Hovanic, son of Phillip Hovanic, Salem; and Veronica Hovanic, Youngstown.

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Thu Jul 03, 2014

WICU12 Erie

Special Report: Crumbling Bridges

Communities across northwest Pennsylvania will light off fireworks, put on parades and host entertainment to celebrate America's Independence Day.

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WICU12 Erie

Route 19 Holiday Traffic Closures Ahead

One spot to keep an eye on is Route 19 in Summit Township. Starting at 7:00 p.m. Thursday night, PennDOT will close off the road between Dorn and Townhall Roads.

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