Two were baptized Tuesday.
Mayor John McNally hopes to have a plan submitted by the week of June 1.
Musical entertainment will be presented this year on different nights than it has in years past.
A federal search warrant is being executed at Nannicola Wholesale on Salt Springs Rd.
The knife belonged to a 14-year-old girl, according to police.
The new policy takes effect June 15.
Investigators have said excessive speed was a factor in the crash.
Staff members broke up the fight and the worker left the home before police arrived.
If passed, the merger would save the city nearly $400,000 annually.
The New York Times reports federal investigators have found criminal wrongdoing in the handling of a fatal General Motors defect.
Mitch Moreland hit a tiebreaking homer in the eighth inning.
This summer, six students from the school will spend the summer in Warren.
Cleveland agreed to sweeping changes in how its police officers use force.
The Buena Vista Café in Warren is donating funds to help Denovchek.
Police were called there several times in the past for shots fired, a homicide and large gatherings outside the business.
They are named in a 29-count indictment that includes counts of aggravated murder, attempted murder, arson and heroin trafficking.
The two shootings from Friday evening do not appear to be connected.
The Men’s Garden Club of Youngstown planted and donated the trees as a part of a nationwide program called the American Elm Tree project.
The information included tax returns and other tax information on file with the IRS.
Overdose calls keep Lane EMS crews busy. In April, they averaged one-and-a-half drug overdoses a day.