Chipotle is beginning a marketing push in February to win back its customers, after several e. Coli and norovirus outbreaks last year.
Even though the hill won’t be ready for this season, officials are optimistic that by this time next year, it will be ready for use.
White is facing several charges, including drug possession and driving under suspension.
The City of Youngstown has had a similar law in effect since last February.
In the fight against drug addiction, a local school is using Brain Power to teach children the dangers of using drugs.
The U.S. Attorney’s Office said the men dealt drugs in the Youngstown area between July 2013 and 2015.
Anyone who is engaged and looking for the perfect dress or tuxedo is invited to Bridal Spectacular 2016 at Mr. Anthony’s in Boardman.
When the snow starts flying this weekend, county and state crews will be out treating the roads. It will take time to cover then all.
The leak was originally caught in a containment area but made its way into the Ohio River.
A trial date has been set for the Niles teen accused in the beating death of an elderly woman.
Ohio lawmakers are looking at the idea of making marijuana available for medical use.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine warns about five of the most common scams targeting people looking for jobs or extra income.
Chipotle is shutting down all its stores nationwide for a few hours next month to hold staff meetings about food safety.
The closures will affect 16,000 workers, 10,000 of them in the U.S.
The driver of the pickup was taken from the scene by a medical helicopter.
A utility pole was knocked down about 3:30 a.m. an Shehy Street.
Those failing grades were attributed to either low graduation rates or kindergarten through third grade literacy rates.
Steve and Nancy Wilson drove to West Virginia on a hunch. It was a hunch that paid off for the couple.
Albino Serrano faces 15 years to life for the felony charges.
A town hall meeting was held in Howland to address drug problems in the region.