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Thursday, June 27, 2013

Driving in Youngstown may be much more dangerous than you realize. News Outlet reporter Steve Wilaj brings us the details.The post No. 1 crime in city about to cost you more money appeared first on The News Outlet.

Tuesday, June 4, 2013

In his bid for mayor, Democrat John McNally faces four Independent candidates: former Police Chief Jimmy Hughes, the mayor’s Chief of Staff DeMaine Kitchen, as well as John Crea and Frank Bellamy.The post Bellamy to declare state of emergency if elected mayor appeared first on The News Outlet.

Tuesday, May 7, 2013

A classic production from 25 years ago makes a comeback – with its original cast. Patrick Donovan brings us the story. The post Classic musical returns to Youngstown stage appeared first on The News Outlet.

Tuesday, May 7, 2013

Months after the discovery of pollution in the Mahoning River, residents downstream on the Beaver River, don’t want it to happen again. Caitlin Fitch has the story.The post Lack of communication on water contamination concerns some PA residents appeared first on The News Outlet.

Tuesday, May 7, 2013

In Youngstown, the president of City Council serves a four-year term and earns about $28,000 per year. Andrew Donofrio tells us about the seat that’s up for grabs.The post Candidates vie for City Council president seat appeared first on The News Outlet.

Thursday, April 25, 2013

There are two sides to every story. But in the world of fracking those two sides may not always be clear-cut.The post The complex world of Shale appeared first on The News Outlet.

Wednesday, April 24, 2013

The oil and gas industry is bringing economic benefits to the oil-and-gas-rich areas in Ohio. Chris Davdison tells us how the industry is affecting businesses in one boom-town, Carrollton.The post Business is good, getting better in Carroll County appeared first on The News Outlet.

Wednesday, April 24, 2013

The gas and oil industry boom brings, people, trucks and rigs to Carroll County, but for one local business, prosperity is measured by brown bag lunches. Here’s reporter, Chris Davidson.The post Fracking success can be measured in sack lunches appeared first on The News Outlet.

Thursday, April 11, 2013

Booms, busts and rushes. American history is filled with them. During the Gold Rush, thousands went West in search of riches. Now, people are looking for wealth in a new direction – down. What’s in those shale deposits below our feet may change rural communities forever. Rachel Lundberg brings us the story.The post Fracking boom can also lead to an eventual bust appeared first on The News Outlet.

Thursday, April 11, 2013

Every year, around the first week of April or so, some people call off work, change their regular activates or alter their schedule. It’s not like they caught a flu bug, it’s more like they’re getting ready to catch something else. Chris Davidson talked with some of people who played hooky this past Thursday.The post A little bit of spring lands in Lake Glacier appeared first on The News Outlet.

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