During a lecture, former CIA spy Valerie Plame called the invasion of Iraq one of the worst policy decisions in the history of our nation.
The area in question stretches from South Avenue to the land on either side of the Market Street bridge.
Corrosion and broken fuel lines are just some of the issues.
Jason Cooke volunteers his time caring and advocating for those without a voice.
Members of the union have been working without a contract since August.
Commissioner Dan Polivka said they plan to merge the departments in phases, which could eventually save tens of thousands of dollars.
A phone call traced back to the robber’s family member helped police name a suspect.
Authorities have not released any word on injuries, a cause of the fire or how much damage the fire did.
Stretching the salt supply seems to be a priority for Valley road crews as the end of winter is approaching.
The spill backed up traffic traveling southbound on 46 for a time.
Nearby businesses in Boardman Plaza were also without water.
A former chef was back in court Wednesday morning following a grand jury indictment last month.
A much-shared social media post is incorrectly stating a job fair will be held Feb. 26.
First graders at Lincoln Elementary School asked the mayor to make the plea so they can have a clear path to school.
Strickland is a former Ohio congressman and governor.
The company is cutting 1,400 jobs throughout the entire company.
Crews in Youngstown and Struthers were busy early Wednesday fixing water line breaks.
The car went airborne, rolled over and struck a tree before coming to rest in the front yard of a home.
Self-identification quizzes sent by the state are causing problems around tax time for some Ohio families.
The woman was driving a truck carrying brine from a gas well.