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The school board said it made this decision “to make every student feel safe.”
Police said the five freshmen had been communicating about the details of their plan through phone apps for several weeks.
Mayor Tito Brown would use the vehicle to get around the city and take trips to Columbus and D.C., but council members say there’s a million…
Anthem has decided to make a significant change to their emergency room (ER) program.
The Gaming Control Board says the proposal in the area of Hempfield Township is too close to Lawrence County’s location.
This year, the district changed the way it teaches and CEO Krish Mohip said that’s one of the reasons for the improvement.
It’s important to have a course of action ready if you want to avoid potholes and damage to your vehicle.
Scooter got loose on a walk in November of 2016 and had been missing ever since.
That, and other crime reported in Boardman over the past week.
Police said the seventh-grader brought the gun to school, along with a device in his backpack to cause a distraction.
A former valley native says the community around the scene of last week’s horrific school massacre is still reeling.
President Trump promised to be “very strong on background checks.”
Otterbein University also announced it will provide free tuition to the Joering girls.
Experts say the number of overdoses in Mahoning County has dropped, largely due to the collaboration of counselors and police.
View a list of local fish fries in the area or submit your own.
WKBN has covered these arrests in and around the Mahoning Valley in the month of February 2018.
Boardman graduate John Greco has re-signed with the New York Giants.
Valley Christian outscored Sebring 22-2 in the first quarter, and cruised to a 64-26 victory in the Division IV Sectionals Wednesday night.
Both schools are looking to garner some momentum as we approach the post-season next week.
You can report the potholes by calling the Engineer’s Office or filling out a work order form on the Engineer’s website.
The Columbiana County man faces up to 10 years in prison and a $250,000 fine.