“When you’re out here and people are going at top speeds, they just ain’t paying attention,” one flagman said.
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There was plenty to celebrate Thursday at the Youngstown-Warren Regional Chamber’s annual meeting.
The homebuilder confidence rating has dropped for the third straight month, but pockets of new homes are being built in the Valley.
Howland Machine is ready to add help in its shop.
Six people were taken to the hospital — two of which were considered to have critical injuries.
The restaurant has been closed for two months since health inspectors found several violations there.
A state grant is paying for it as part of the Gov. Tom Wolf’s plan to put 60,000 naloxone kits in all of the commonwealth’s 67 counties.
Choffin Career and Technical Center’s next adult education classes start in August, with graduation the following June.
Jesse Greathouse’s addiction started after a car accident.
Sen. Sherrod Brown said he would have been tougher on China.
There is a limited window every year to get Girl Scout cookies and it is now open.
The 16-year-old was transferring to East Palestine High School and would’ve started classes on Thursday.
Menards has flexible schedules and offers an extra $2.50 per hour just for working Saturday or Sunday.
Destiny Brown was training to be a medical assistant at Job Corp in Cleveland.
Two years ago, huge potholes limited traffic because there was just no way to avoid hitting some of the biggest ones.
Farmers waited six weeks to get in the fields last year for planting. They don’t want conditions like that again in 2018.
Weathersfield police led the discussion on ALICE, which stands for Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter and Evacuate.
Business at the plaza on Parkman Road has slowed down after the departure of Kmart.
The threats have been in large and small districts, big communities and even rural ones — but police say they could lead to big consequence…
Police are using a crime-fighting program that combines citizen support and participation with criminal intelligence.
It’s important to have a course of action ready if you want to avoid potholes and damage to your vehicle.
Ready to get your career off the ground? Aviation maintenance and electronics technicians are in demand.