The project will not be done by the end of the year as originally planned.
The truck will be used to train drivers preparing for their commercial license.
David Denovchek has been sorting through cards filled with get well wishes and words of encouragement, including some from complete stranger…
Over the last two years, researchers with the Penn State Extension Service have conducted tests on nearly three dozen roadside springs.
Jamie Crytzer said she was fired because she left work for a mammogram, while the company said the firing was by the book.
At Dobbins Elementary in Poland, children start cursive writing in second grade.
The band will appear there in October.
The incidents occurred in the area of Squires Lane and Shady Lane, according to police.
The project has been four years in the making.
The Youngstown fire investigation unit will be investigating the fire.
Some of the geese have become aggressive towards people.
Joe Schiavoni’s amendment would specify where the money promised to racino communities would come from.
The increase has been seen mostly in the afternoons and late at night.
“When he left the plane, he flipped off backwards and he caught his leg in the lines,” said Kay Kuhns, co-owner of Skydive Rick’s.
The Idora Neighborhood Farmers Market is every Tuesday from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. through the end of September.
A robotics lab will be designated and will be called The Tiger Tech Robotics Lab.
Savings from lower salt prices would be put toward other road maintenance projects.
Laura Meeks has worked in education for 45 years, with 15 of those at Eastern Gateway.
The students held a dress down day to raise money for the 4-year-old and his family.
So far, the judge in the case has not ruled on the request.
Finance VP Neal McNally said that no tuition increase, plus additional state funding, would help close the school’s budget gap.
When officers got to the house, they found Rayen Patterson, 44, shot to death.
Police believe the woman stabbed and killed her boyfriend in May.
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The company was founded in the 1970s with a $40,000 Small Business Administration direct loan.
Two informational meetings will be held June 17.
Police at the scene were using flashlights, apparently looking for evidence.
There are at least 20 known nests around Youngstown, but the most popular one is on Lipply Road at the south end of Pine Lake.
This year, the Games are being hosted by the Mahoning Valley Chiefs of Police Association.
The two people responsible for putting it on are Roy and Becky Jones of New Springfield.