The conflict is because 225 houses and businesses in Springfield Township are being charged extra for water usage by the village.
There is a meeting happening this week with the Ohio EPA to determine when the next water test might be and when the lakes can reopen.
Local lawmakers are hoping for state or federal money to fix the problem.
WYTV is pushing for answers Monday.
A shuttle service will be provided from Trumbull Career and Technical Center to the fairgrounds if rain makes the grounds too soggy.
Eight businesses have been broken into on Mahoning Avenue in the past month.
Dominique McCorkle, 27, was released on a summons after his arrest.
Police saw 534 vehicles pass through the checkpoint.
Prosecutors said the acts started when a female relative was as young as 11 years old and lasted for several years.
The suspects made off with about $3500, according to a police report.
Similar programs have been implemented in other places in Ohio.
Brown developed the plan after a WYTV 33 News Investigation.
Critics of the plan say taking control away from local board members and educators would have a negative impact on the district.
Police charged Jennifer Roupe with felonious assault and domestic violence.
The bear was spotted near the Dollar General store and walking away from the beach area.
So far, 18 brass flag poles have been stolen from the Millbank Cemetery in the past month.
The Lake to River Chapter of the Red Cross wants to install 1,500 free smoke detectors in the valley.
One man is killed after a car accident in Johnson Township in Trumbull County Sunday morning.
Organizers wanted to put gospel at the center of the city, and they closed down all of federal plaza downtown for the festival.
The event was organized by the Common Wealth Kitchen Incubator with hopes to help the swappers become business owners.
A total of 30 sisters live in the Motherhouse, keeping busy with several outreach programs.
Seventeen artists will be rewarded with prizes at the museum’s awards event next Sunday.
The Second Annual Downtown Jazz Fest was held Saturday night in Youngstown.
The third annual Carmstrong Benefit Bar Crawl was held in downtown Youngstown Saturday night.
The owner was tearing down a part of the trailer that was damaged in a previous fire.
Fishing, kayaking and any other water activities planned for Mill Creek Park this weekend had to be canceled.
Forty students from Youngstown went shopping with officers for school uniforms at K-Mart in Boardman.
The painting is a replica of artwork that is displayed at the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library.
Over 75 crafters brought their original art work to the campus for art enthusiasts to buy.
The Rebel flag was retired Saturday in downtown Youngstown by Civil War re-enactors.