Lowe’s donated the flowers and bushes the volunteers were planting.
The six-week program was free to all 300 students in grades 3 through 12.
Larry Haynes was executive director of the Community Foundation of Western Pennsylvania and Ohio.
It is now halfway through a five-year repayment program.
The bank is offering up to a $5,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the suspect.
Officers showed off the department’s new laser traffic cameras Friday morning on the south side and on Interstate 680.
The event is at Buffalo Hollow in Petersburg.
The annual Youngstown festival celebrates Italian heritage.
The material spilled from a tank at 2601 Orangeville Rd. in Brookfield.
At least one man was arrested in a mobile meth lab bust early Friday morning.
The ODOT detour uses Routes 224 and 62.
The fires broke out minutes apart but were extinguished quickly.
Part of the federal transportation bill was threatening to revoke the reimbursement funding.
The girl, who is 14, according to the indictment, told police she saw a phone against the bathroom window and observed a flash go off.
Whether you are headed to the mall or a ball game, be weather aware and have multiple ways to receive notifications about severe weather.
The law may lessen the number of trucks on the road but could also cause safety problems.
Police said he stole $400 in quarters and caused more than $1,000 in damage at a Youngstown laundromat.
Mahoning County Commissioners approved a $2.7 million contract Thursday morning to Shelly and Sands Inc. out of Akron.
Deborah Poindexter, 46, is charged with murder and two counts of endangering children.
One of his three victims said she was assaulted more than eight years ago, but refused to give up pushing for justice.
Some of the suspects are what prosecutors are calling major drug offenders.
The city and YARS are teaming up to remove 17 homes in the area around Taft Elementary School.
Jameson will no longer offer childbirth services after September 1.
Cory Williams, 25, pleaded not guilty in Warren court Thursday.
Employees are making china despite a Monday night fire.
The levy would generate $198,360 for salaries, equipment, maintenance and day-to-day operations in the fire department.
A garage fire quickly spread to two houses and another garage in Warren Township. One homeowner thinks someone set the fire on purpose.
Police started using the cameras last Thursday, July 16.
The teachers will get 3 percent raises each year of the three-year contract.
Beaver Township Trustees will make the final call.