So far, the union has more than 20 signatures supporting a bus trip to Columbus on Friday and picketing at the end of February.
Players said they want to keep the Tigers’ winning ways with the new coach.
The 27 First News crew witnessed recruits in every phase of training.
Besides fixing the roof, the Area Agency on Aging also plans to try and address several other problems in George Hazlett’s home, such as the…
Students get college credit while training to become a police officer.
The YDC is located in Mineral Ridge, and workers protested in Austintown Monday.
The Business Journal’s website is continuing to grow.
Police believe the man hit a police cruiser.
Libraries’ services could come in handy with even more very cold conditions expected later this week.
Cold conditions over the past few days have put just about everything in a deep freeze.
Police are continuing the investigation to decide whether or not charges should be filed, according to the report.
Summer graduates who wish to attend the May commencement must register between Feb. 17 and April 13.
WKBN 27 First News was invited to Parris Island to watch how civilians are turned into U.S. Marines.
A deceased adult male was discovered over the weekend in a wooded area of Bentley Avenue.
The Rescue Mission of the Mahoning Valley is ready to take in more clients.
Local lawmakers and frustrated patients alike weighed in on the grief these recent changes are expected to cause.
Drivers will be facing a cold commute Monday, with morning temperatures right around zero degrees.
It’s called Lots to Love.
A house on the east side of Youngstown caught fire for the second time in the past two weeks.
Several Youngstown State students will be on their way to Alabama to see the real Selma.