Snow has caused a lot of delays and cancellations at local schools this winter.
Locally, 21 agencies will receive funds ranging from $11,000 to $368,000.
Youngstown NAACP president George Freeman said he wants to see immediate changes in the school district, beginning at the top.
The company said the preservation of employees will be a “focal point.”
The ceremony took place at Monday morning.
Numerous cars were involved in accidents Monday morning.
The accident happened Monday morning.
WKBN has set up an online form for viewers to leave memories of how Don touched their lives.
In Memory of Don Guthrie 1943-2015.
The family has announced calling hours for Don.
PennDot officials are encouraging travelers to keep alert and allow time to arrive safely.
Road crews began using an”anti-skid” mix on the roads for the first time Sunday night.
Parking bans are in place in Leetonia, Salem, and Struthers through 6 p.m. Monday.
The Department of Transportation is giving 14 days to get responses.
John F. Kennedy Catholic School in Warren held its open house for pre-kindergarten students through sixth grade.
Hundreds of firefighters packed the conference center at Mahoning County Career and Technical Center for the annual symposium.
Many downtown business owners support economic development.
The fundraiser was aimed at raising money to help provide the homeless with survival gear.
Hundreds of people came to Angels for Animals in Canfield Saturday afternoon to check out all things slithery.
The program is a small-group workshop to assist those with conditions such as diabetes and heart disease.