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Established less than a year after the Haymarket massacre from which most of the world derives its annual celebration of workers, Labor Day in the United States—after more than 40 years of a growing divide between workers and owners—seems most appropriately celebrated today with a dose of anger at what’s been done to the American dream. 93 more words
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WYTV) — Parts of Youngstown and Warren got a splash of color on Saturday.
Specifically, that color was teal.
In order to raise awareness, members of the Rose Mary Flanagan Ovarian Cancer Foundation took part in the annual Turn the Town Teal event that included tying teal ribbons to trees, lamp and light posts around the downtown of both cities. 59 more words
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WYTV) — The last big holiday weekend of the summer is here, and that means extra traffic on the roads.
Nearly 35 million people are expected to travel this weekend, which means drivers are urged to be especially vigilant. 346 more words