Rumors began circulating on social media this weekend that the Boardman venue was closing, but owner Ross Scianna said they aren’t true.
Doctors say the unusual warmth could mean an earlier and stronger allergy season.
The fundraiser brings in money for the Rescue Mission’s general fund and covers things like keeping the lights on at the facility.
Trustees announced who the contractor of the “once-in-a-generation” project will be.
Police are offering a reward for information leading to the man’s identification.
Police said two men stole the car from a driveway Wednesday morning.
Sitting is becoming the new smoking.
Police said items used to make the drug meth were found in a padlocked garage.
Some love it, some hate it, but the mild winter is having an impact on many across the Valley.
Little Greek Fresh Grill is expected to open this spring.
A witness said the driver of the vehicle that flipped climbed through the back of the car to get out.
Investigators say Salata should be considered armed and dangerous.
Sims was stopped for a traffic violation and police reported he had drugs.
Police said Mitchell led officers on a chase after stealing from Walgreens. She then crashed, killing a passenger, they said.
Martha Woodworth, who celebrated her 100th birthday on Friday, said she was shocked by the turn-out.
Boardman Township officials are hoping the trend of new businesses and residents will continue increasing.
Goldsteins is hosting a store-closing sale at the store on Wednesday.
The pedestrian was cited for being in the road illegally.
Schools are beginning to see the impact with students and faculty becoming ill.
Kuhn’s optometry license was suspended last year for several past convictions.
A new presidential administration and the fate of the Affordable Care Act have some asking questions about how to file.
Positions are full time and start at $11 per hour, with paid training and overtime.
Operation Santa started in 2013 and has raised over $100,000 for local charities.
The CBS sitcom “The Big Bang Theory” may be a hit comedy, but pediatricians aren’t finding the show funny lately.
Campuses in Boardman and Akron are restricting visitors.
Employees said a man came into the shop with a gun and a woman went behind the cash register and took money.
At one point, the teen tried to jump over a counter and began throwing popcorn, employees reported.
Mahoning County Probate Judge Robert Rusu, who makes the appointment, released the names of the people who applied.
Winter is the time when most people tackle projects inside their homes.
A consultant will help Beaver and Boardman townships acquire the property for the $6 million project.