Our Lady of Mt. Carmel will host a fundraiser as part of Cafe Augustine’s kickoff.
Jonathan Bissell did 53.
Detectives first learned about 78-year-old Corrine Lawson on Wednesday
The annual tradition continued Friday.
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WYTV) — Downtown Youngstown has seen a gradual shift of growth and development over the past 10 years, even drawing the at…
The officer’s personnel file included no instances of disciplinary action against him.
The robbery happened around 1:30 Friday.
The event runs from 9 a.m. through 2 p.m. Saturday at the Covelli Centre.
The two-man detail will start officially on Tuesday.
Max Fitzer is expected to appear in court Friday.
Police said the three suspects also damaged several yards.
Parents joined teachers and staff at a rally Thursday to help send a clear message from the union to the school board.
The ADC is currently in the process of selecting an interim superintendent after the departure of Dr. Connie Hathorne earlier this year.
The new rules there include an earlier closing time, raising the age for admission and hiring professional security.
Trumbull Co. Sheriff Tom Altiere said now that union attorneys are involved, the process has been prolonged.
Several teachers said that students’ home lives can make learning difficult.
The woman could be appearing in court Friday afternoon.
Since November, Mary Fiala has served as acting superintendent.
According to a summary document of the arrest, Hines fatally stabbed Rashad Bailey, 23, in the chest after he punched her.
The $5 million renovation project started at 11 a.m. Thursday.
Patricia Fleming has been the principal of Ursuline High School for twenty years.
The company earlier pleaded innocent but is expected to change that plea Thursday.
The group also stated that the liver donor is also recovering after a successful surgery.
Police in Columbiana County uncovered a marijuana extraction lab Wednesday at a home in Lisbon.
It’s a Ford Tri-Motor plane, nicknamed the Tin Goose.
Austintown’s Hotel California was ordered Tuesday to stop using its name by a federal judge in Ohio.
The incident happened just before midnight Wednesday at a home at the corner of Charles Avenue and Harrison Street.
The board said health care was the most challenging issue during negotiations.
It happened just after 6 p.m. at the corner of Potomac Avenue and Judson Avenue.
The new policy takes effect June 15.