The CEO position will be selected and paid for by the Ohio Department of Education.
Robert Lutz said the money couldn’t have come at a better time.
The collapse created a dam, forcing all the overflowing water into a neighborhood in the 1700 block of Pennsylvania Avenue.
Youngstown firefighters saved the day for a 4-year-old in more ways than one.
The $2 million pavilion will feature 210 slot machines as well as six table games.
The other driver was cited for reckless operation.
Mayor James Iudiciani said Tuesday that Chief Ryan Bonacci turned in his resignation in an email last Friday.
Mahoning County has the third highest infant mortality rate in the state.
Money left over from a police memorial was donated to charitable causes.
The bank donated $55,000 to eight pre-kindergarten organizations on Tuesday.
The fireworks display almost did not happen because of a miscommunication.
Liberty Township Trustee Jodi Stoyak said Trumbull County has 19 saltwater injection wells and now is the time to act.
The torrential downpour caused heavy damage to McGill Street between Walnut and Wood Streets.
Inmates took part in games, enjoyed outside food and presented a check for their donations to the American Cancer Society.
The new concert date is Sept. 10 at 8 p.m. and tickets for Thursday’s show will be honored at the Sept. 10 concert.
Police said the elderly victim shot at an intruder as he entered her bedroom.
Heritage Thermal Services agreed to pay a $34,000 civil penalty.
The Eastwood Expo Center is being demolished to make way for a Hampton Inn & Suites.
Police charged James Callozzo, 73, with sexual imposition.
A judge sentenced Diane Ervin to two years in state prison.
A judge arraigned Moser Friday in Struthers Municipal Court.
An alert from the city of Youngstown stated that the baby may be in danger.
Austintown Township Administrator Mike Dockry said that the declaration points out issues in the county’s record-keeping system but doesn’t …
Residents across the Valley submitted photos of storm and flooding.
The Brookfield School District announced its plan Tuesday.
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Heavy rains have brought flooding as well.
Campbell Police raided a house on Penhale Ave. Monday evening, saying they found a marijuana-growing operation.
Water is ponding and filling the street in the area of the break.
TNP releases strategic plans for Warren neighborhoods