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Journal Entry: LSAT Questions

Journal entry, 7/23/14: Because of his legal expertise, Justice Minotaur is often asked to help draft questions for either the national bar admission exam or for the LSAT, the latter of which is administered both nationally and internationally to persons applying for admission to law school. 581 more words

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New Youngstown ward map coming soon

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WYTV) -¬†Emotions ran high at Wednesday night’s Youngstown City Council special meeting.

“This council has been going a year with this. And every time a solution is brought forth, there is not any type of an agreement,” former mayor and current Council President Chuck Sammarone said. 332 more words

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Test Results Show No Listeria At Schwebel's Youngstown Bakery

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (KDKA) — The Schwebel Baking Company pulled products from shelves Tuesday after listeria was detected at its Youngstown plant, but test results did not show the presence of the bacteria at their facility. 220 more words


Kids spruce up vandalized Youngstown garden

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WYTV) - A group of kids are working to fix a community garden targeted by vandals about two weeks ago.

Wendy Robinson of Warriors, Inc. 144 more words

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Doctor on Listeria: 'Don't panic'

BOARDMAN, Ohio (WYTV) – Listeria is bacteria and it is at the center of a probe into the Schwebel Baking Company in Youngstown. While investigators are trying to determine if there has been any contamination there, many are wondering exactly what Listeria is and how it can affect us. 272 more words

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Garden center replaces vandalized trees

BOARDMAN, Ohio (WYTV) – Petitti Garden Center has donated 29 trees to the Inner City Garden on Hillman Street in Youngstown.

Someone cut down more than half of the trees in the garden between Sunday night and Monday morning. 104 more words

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Missions duped by criminals, background checks not enough

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WYTV) – A man wanted for allegedly raping children in Pennsylvania was able to live at area missions while he was on the run despite a background check. 246 more words

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