It’s estimated that 65 million people in the world have epilepsy, with 50 percent of those cases resulting in unknown causes.
The play is designed to bring two communities together, the hearing and the deaf.
The rear of the home had the most of the damage.
A meeting at Kent State Trumbull gave people more information about the science of addiction and its legal perspective.
This Tuesday and Thursday, people can discuss their opinions about what the future of Youngstown City Schools should look like.
Christopher Bridge’s death was the first homicide case in Youngstown in 2017.
Originally, the town hall was for Valley Voices In Action to voice concerns to Sen. Rob Portman about health care.
This weekend, the state gymnastics meet is in town. It’s the largest event the wellness center hosts each year.
The department is going to hold test-prep classes in April.
The New Castle Community YMCA is putting on free self-defense classes for those wishing to take advantage of the nicer weather.
A crew from the Youngstown Fire Department placed buoys in strategic spots down the river to warn those in boats of dangerous areas.
Officials are working to clean up a downed power pole just south of the Interstate 680 on-ramp.
The main purpose of the event is to lend a helping hand to those who have a loved one dealing with addiction.
Crews were called to the scene on Airport Road.
There have been 25 more overdoses just in the past week.
Congressman Tim Ryan said the GOP bill was a disaster from the beginning, but is now hoping for an amicable move forward.
Sharon police and business owners said it’s been a long time coming.
The 28-year-old told police he was working with Brandon Hill, who was arrested earlier this month after a standoff in New Springfield.
Local garden experts suggest when to mow the lawn and plant your flowers.
The Columbiana County Educational Service Center says some local teachers still have concerns with what is on the tests.
Leetonia’s superintendent said urban schools are getting almost $500 more per child from the state than rural schools.
The WKBN 27 Caring for our Community campaign recognized six high school students on Friday.