Anthem notified ophthalmologists that it won’t pay for anesthesia specialists for healthy adults having eye surgery.
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There is no limit on how many tickets can be purchased, however only 1,000 tickets are available.
Fire officials said six children and a young adult were home at the time of the fire.
The position is a partnership between the school and the Weathersfield Police Department.
The Youngstown chapter of the NAACP is holding a parent forum Thursday and issuing a community-wide call to action.
Several homes in the area, many of which are halfway houses, are flooded.
The Robins has been empty for nearly 40 years, but the Downtown Development Group said its structure is in good condition.
The city’s public works director said the routes haven’t been updated in years, so he’s looking to see if they can be better.
The money went to the American Heart Association.
Hundreds of jobs are being added in Salem over the next few months.
After four years of heading up Salem business development, Mike Mancuso says he’s leaving.
The robbers broke into the man’s home on Midlothian Boulevard on Tuesday afternoon.
The idea is by learning to love physical activity when they are young, kids will grow up to be physically active adults.
Expect to see more potholes in the next week.
The commander of the air station in Vienna said “stability is critical to readiness” and temporary deals don’t provide that.
The City of Youngstown answered complaints Thursday about snow plowing on side streets.
More than 11 years have passed as the family of Karl Hoerig waited for his accused killer to be brought to justice.
Online rumors can take on a life of their own and local business owners say those lies can have very real impacts.
The Ohio River, running through East Liverpool, is a major leg of the journey for goods moving around the country.
From the street to city hall, the community is getting involved in the downtown business owner’s fight to stay in the U.S.
A brand that has been based in Mahoning County for over a century is growing.
The rink will open Jan. 2, weather permitting. Skating is free, but you have to bring your own skates.