A new restaurant will open on the first floor of the Wick Building in downtown come September.

Ryan Sheridan, owner of Braking Point Recovery in Austintown and recent purchaser of the Gallagher Building, announced he is opening the new restaurant. He made the announcement at the Downtown Youngstown Partnership meeting that took place on Thursday evening at the main library in Youngstown.

The Cove at Wick will have an industrial coastal feel to it with a fresh menu, Sheridan said.

“I wanted something that felt like you were on vacation,” Sheridan said. “It’s going to be something different.”

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Ryan Sheridan has climbed Mount Kilimanjaro and built businesses. But Thursday was something that has never happened before — he and his three brothers have all been on the same work site together.

Sheridan’s real estate company closed on the sale April 10 in order to acquire the former Horn Nursing Center. Sheridan Property Group LLC purchased the property for $1.75 million.

Sheridan bought the building in order to open his third location of Braking Point Recovery Center, one of his businesses.

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The opioid crisis in Ohio continues to grow. So how do we stop it? How do we keep our communities drug free? Tom Dailey of Braking Point Recovery Center, talks about the reality of the crisis and what’s being done to help stop it.  He will be at the Town Hall meeting in Columbus tonight, April 18, 2017 Confronting the Drug Crisis.

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Ryan Sheridan could have just written a check to support the Rich Center for Autism of Youngstown, but instead he decided to raise money by climbing a mountain.

The mountain isn’t just any mountain: It’s Mount Kilimanjaro – the tallest mountain in Africa at 19,341 feet and the highest free-standing mountain in the world.

Sheridan, 36, of Austintown conquered the mountain last year in seven days, but this year he is shooting for four days and hoping to raise $30,000, or $10,000 for each day he shaved off last year’s time through his GoFundMe “Climb for a Cause” account. Sheridan started his climb at 7 a.m. Tuesday with the goal of being done by Friday.

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Ryan Sheridan, owner of Braking Point Recovery Center, is climbing Mount Kilimanjaro to benefit the Rich Center for Autism.

As Ryan climbs Mount Kilimanjaro, the tallest, free standing mountain on Earth, your support will help individuals with Autism here in our Valley. For the rest of the month of January make a donation to the Rich Center for Autism. For every $10,000 raised, he’ll climb the mountain one day faster.

Support Ryan Climbing for a Cause and help everyone at the Rich Center.

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Braking Point Recovery Center has been announced as the second presenting sponsor for the Youngstown Marathon, which will be held June 4.

Braking Point, 45 N. Canfield-Niles Road in Austintown, is a drug and alcohol recovery center offering detox, group and individual counseling, outpatient treatment and supportive housing services.

“Welcoming Braking Point Recovery Center as a presenting sponsor is the start of a wonderful partnership,” said Race Director Courtney Poullas. “Aside from strengthening the Marathon’s reach into the Austintown area, the partnership also allows us to extend the reach of this wonderful, caring facility into the city of Youngstown.”

Braking Point joins Chemical Bank as presenting sponsors for the inaugural race. The race route will take runners through downtown Youngstown, Mill Creek Park and around the city. In addition, the event will feature a half marathon, a 5K and a kid’s dash, as well as a marathon expo. Some of the proceeds will be donated to local charities.

“Braking Point Recovery Center is honored to be co-sponsoring such a momentous event, taking place for the first time in the Mahoning Valley,” said Ryan Sheridan, owner of the recovery center. “We are grateful that our community has decided to come together to help raise money to donate toward charities in such an influential way. Our city is growing by leaps and bounds and by working together, we can accomplish great things.”

Registration for the marathon, which can be completed here, is $70, while the half marathon is $50 and the 5K $35. The kid’s dash is $15.

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