Trumbull County officials showed their support Friday morning for the area’s senior services.
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They were told about the strict requirements that they will have to meet, including passing a physical and background checks.
Kelly said the money will go toward upgrading the technology that is used in the band room at Canfield High School.
The students were tasked with designing holes to meet certain requirements, such as including a bump or a bend.
Kingdom Come Outreach Ministries is behind the event at the McGuffey Centre in Youngstown to help Mahoning and Trumbull County residents.
Musician Rick Derringer stopped by the station to promote his upcoming 50th Golden Anniversary Live Concert Tour.
The Mahoning County District Board of Health released its last set of water test results on Friday.
Knight spoke at Drake’s Landing at workshop on Juvenile Sex Offender laws and guidelines to raise awareness for victims.
Before Judge John Durkin re-sentenced Herring on Thursday, the two people who were shot spoke, including Debbie Aziz.
The end result was ongoing recovery and the dismissal of their felony charges.
It is her work for Animal Charity of Ohio and as founder of A Call Fur Help, Inc. that makes Louk worthy of this week’s Hometown Hero Award.
Corcoran was honored on Friday at William Holmes McGuffey Elementary School’s Founder’s Day program.
Trumbull County Commissioners enacted a resolution Thursday recognizing October as National Bullying Prevention Month.
Giving local seniors and their family members peace of mind is what is behind a new program in Boardman Township
The event kicked off at 1 p.m. Friday with a few climbs and starts back up Saturday morning at 8 a.m.
David Engler made the announcement Thursday night during a Republican gathering in Beaver Township.
The group of about 20 seniors paid close attention to what the pontiff had to say during his historic speech.
WYTV 33 News looked into whether the attention surrounding the upcoming Presidential election has shifted voters’ allegiance.
The Community Bill of Rights will make its fifth run on the Youngstown ballot when it appears once again this November.
The bird flu ended in June, and suppliers are now waiting for a new crop of turkeys.
Medical and dental residents, nursing students and others pursuing health careers will learn how to recognize at-risk patients and how to ge…
Testing continues at Lake Newport to pinpoint why high levels of E.coli continue to be concentrated in one location.
The museum was established to recognize a legend in the Ohio community where he lived.
Niles city auditor Charles Nadar is retiring. His last day on the job is Sept. 15.
Bacteria levels at Lake Newport inside Mill Creek Park remain high – similar to what they were last week.
Ohio State Representative Sean O’Brien, D-Bazetta, wants to better address drug treatment for pregnant women.
But ODOT says they knew the half-mile long bridge would take some time to rehab.
Undercover officers said they placed several drug buys at the house on Creed Street.
The Patrol plans to release the locations Saturday morning.
Several states have a law prohibiting the sale of crib bumpers. Ohio may be next.