The school board said it made this decision “to make every student feel safe.”
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The restaurant is serving all you can eat burgers and wings for $14.95.
Stambaugh Auditorium is hosting the 3rd Annual Winter Wine Affair this Saturday.
Officer Bryan Granchie has spent the better part of a year doing research and finding donors to help pay for a police dog.
Anyone in the county with a loved one that uses or abuses opioids is encouraged to get a kit, as well as a free half-hour of training on how…
Parents and students are unsure of how they feel about the idea.
Sloas & Company is a unique store that features dozens of products from locally-based artists and producers.
More than 60 vendors gathered at the Liberty Metroplex to buy and sell collectible toys Saturday.
Youngstown State students spent most of the year raising money for Akron Children’s Hospital of the Mahoning Valley.
The Trumbull County Mental Health and Recovery Board asked students about their experiences with drugs and alcohol.
Wendel Gray and a few others at Independent Auto Sales on South Avenue spent a few hours shoveling and plowing.
ODM said California Palms claimed to be a Medicaid provider when it was not.
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Vincent Huntley went missing on Jan. 19 and was found dead about a week later on Jan. 27.
State and local leaders, around 600 guests and other sponsors attended the ball to help raise money for the mayor’s new foundation.
Wellsville’s fiscal commission is only allowed to spend 85 percent of what was spent last year.
Council President Randy Allman says Wellsville will use the cameras to save on labor costs for police officers.
It’s been more than four months since Hurricane Maria made landfall in Puerto Rico.
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Amer “Al” Adi’s family members desperately hope they’ll be reunited with him sometime soon, demanding his immediate release.
CBS Correspondent Erin Moriarty went to Claudia Hoerig’s native country looking for answers — why hadn’t she been sent back to the U.S. to …