Struthers Community Gathers Over Flooding That’s Plagued Them for Years

It was a month ago Tuesday that heavy rain flooded not only parts of Youngstown and Boardman but also places in Struthers. Struthers, as it turns out, gets flooded frequently, which is why earlier Tuesday evening a public meeting was held for people to talk about their water problems and for city officials to explain …

Struthers Takes Part in “Put A Lid On It” Bicycle Helmet Campaign

Last week, Struthers children who are involved in the Success by 6 programs with our Struthers Elementary School received a free bike helmet, thanks to the “Put A Lid On it!” campaign. The campaign is a continued partnership between The Ohio Chapter of the American Pediatrics and The Ohio Department of Transportation.  Through a competitive application process, …

Struthers Officials Conducting City-wide Business Census

Courtesy of WKBN The city of Struthers began conducting an in-person business census last week as part of a larger comprehensive plan for the city. The business census is asking business owners basic questions, like each business’ name, store hours and number of employees. Its purpose is to identify local businesses in the city, whether …

Mahoning River Closure in Struthers to Begin

Courtesy of WKBN The closure of the Mahoning River in Struthers begins Monday, and those wanting to travel down the Mahoning River for recreation will have to detour around Struthers. Effective Monday, July 26, the Mahoning River within the City of Struthers limits, will be temporarily closed until further notice due to the dam removal process. …

Struthers recognized as a U.S. ‘Tree City’

Struthers’ Mayor showed a proclamation for the city now on a mission to make trees and the environment a priority in the city. Struthers is now officially recognized as a “Tree City.” Struthers’ Mayor showed a proclamation for the city now on a mission to make trees and the environment a priority in the city. …

Struthers Offers Online Tax Filing

Struthers residents will get a postcard this week explaining some new options for filing the city’s taxes. There were 3,600 residents who filed taxes last year with papers. About 35% of them dropped those papers off to tax clerks at the window. Now, they can file the return and make online payments through the city’s website. …