When finished, the 1,400 foot splash pad will feature several water attractions, a walkway around the pad and landscaping.
Viskovatoff was convicted of theft of government property following an investigation by the Social Security Administration.
An adviser overseeing the city’s financials said leaders should fix other problems before bringing police officers and firefighters back.
A grand reopening celebration will be held this weekend, with several planned celebrity appearances.
The hospital is implementing new health guidelines at all of its facilities in order to protect patients and staff.
Police expect arrests and abuse of the drug to rise in the coming years.
The employee has been disciplined seven times for numerous violations, including failing to plow roads.
The high winds kicked up flames a few times, but crews were finally able to put it out.
Investigators were tipped off to the case by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.
The Ohio EPA says the tests listed on a USA today article date back to 2012
A coroner’s report states that cell phone usage may have contributed to the crash that killed two people in Smith Twp.
The Youngstown man died of an apparent gunshot wound, according to police.
A crowd of fans gathered Thursday to send the Golden Eagles off in style.
Pavlik faces two felonious assault charges in relation to an alleged pellet gun attack.
Anyone wanting to channel their Irish spirit would have an easy time of it Thursday at Kravitz Deli.
A high-speed police chase through the streets of Campbell ended up in a mud brawl and arrest.
The course is the newest addition to the 2016 schedule for the Golf Channel Amateur Tour.
It was Kate Connolly’s Irish heritage that prompted her to take a tree stump in her yard and turn it into a tribute for St. Patrick’s Day.
The possibility of under-processing during packaging may have contaminated cans.
Water has been shut off in the area of Meridian Road and Oakwood Avenue.
The County Health Rankings program has ranked how healthy all the counties are in Ohio.
Police in Ashtabula County are looking for the public’s help in locating a woman who used stolen credit cards.
Three arrests were made and thousands of pain pills were confiscated in a drug raid in Youngstown.
The lawsuit claims a delay in notifying an ambulance crew led to the death of a teen following a November 2014 crash.
City officials are investigating the source of a strange cloud-like formation and odor along the Ohio River Wednesday morning.
Mary Hake Miller, a sacristan at St. Mary’s Catholic Church, says it makes her feel good to do God’s work.
Police say they’ll have extra patrols and are warning people not to drink and drive.
Niles City Council held its first meeting since the passage of a 0.5 percent income tax increase on Wednesday.
Investigators say about 10 grams of crack cocaine, 3.7 grams of heroin and digital scales were seized as evidence.
Trustee Harry Meshel is also not pleased, purposefully skipping his last meeting with the Board of Trustees.