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The city has come to an agreement with ALDI Inc. for the grocery chain to donate the former Bottom Dollar Food store property on Glenwood Avenue to the municipality.

The city’s board of control hired Gene Fehr, a former Mahoning County Common Pleas Court magistrate, to serve as the speed-enforcement hearing officer for $95 an hour.

The Board of Control approved funds for two South Avenue projects Thursday: a façade renovation and the demolition of a long-blighted property along the corridor, the former Krakusy Hall.

“It’s Camel,” an old man spat. The Royal Oaks regular shifted in his chair to face another patron who had committed the East Side sin of mispronouncing the small city’s name.

We’ve decided to try telling stories that take place across the entire city.