Right now, the Covelli Centre rents hand-wand metal detectors to use at each of their eight entrances, and those costs can build up.
Employees at the plant reported receiving letters that the plant could close in 60 days, if the market doesn’t improve.
With three layoffs and a decrease in funding, Niles Police say they are struggling to maintain current services.
Rubenstein ran a marketing firm that produced commercials and other material for businesses and political candidates in the Valley.
Police are asking for the public’s help in identifying the person or his vehicle, seen in a surveillance video.
The new results follow extensive testing conducted by Ohio EPA in late January that showed improving water conditions in Sebring.
A towing company spent several hours unloading the trailer and then getting it out of the gas station on Salt Springs Road.
Cathy Tress with the Pennsylvania DUI Association said patrols will be out in full force this weekend.
The money will be used for programs like the United Way’s Success After 6 program, an after-school education program.
Local dealers say General Motors vehicles are hard to keep on the lot.
John Girardi appeared in Niles municipal court by video arraignment on charges of endangering children and misdemeanor assault.
Police believe that they will end up charging one of the drivers with failing to yield.
Nature specialists are saying bugs are out and flying around more than in years past at this time of year.
The restaurant has not said why it suddenly closed, but Youngstown Mayor John McNally said the owner hoped to reopen it in the future.
Shroder said he worked hard to make Mercy Health a leader in health care in the Valley.
WYTV is working Wednesday to determine how the fire started.
Pat Catan’s has four locations in the Valley, and Michaels has two area stores.
Marrara worked as a handyman at the church, where he used a company credit card for personal expenses.
During his pretrial Wednesday morning, Seman claimed deputies are withholding his mail and paperwork from his defense attorneys.
A woman and her mother brought the woman’s two children to Trumbull Memorial Hospital just before noon Tuesday.
Police raided the man’s home in Niles Tuesday.
The nun is set to turn 100 in April.
In 2015, law enforcement agencies across Ohio reported 102 human trafficking investigations.
The victim told investigators Lockett robbed him, shot him in the face, then drove away.
The video is expected to air at the end of the third quarter of the game on Sunday,
The Morning Journal says the man admitted to investigators that he and two siblings gave the alleged victim a drug before he raped her.
Mary McCullough is facing several charges after police say she shot a stolen gun at a man’s home on Y&O Road.
The city would be responsible for $195,000, if enacted, due to the costs of new safety features that would have to be put into place.
The city gave tours of the building to potential buyers last month, but none have expressed interest.
The Trumbull Community Action Program announced utility bill assistance through its Winter Crisis Program is available through March 31.