A letter to the union said a previously announced slowdown of production has been “postponed indefinitely.”
The sex charges involve two young girls who were both under the age of 13 at the time.
A caller reported that a man and a woman were panhandling and tossing trash from the car on Tuesday.
Randy Law has maintained that attempts to remove him as chairman aren’t legitimate.
In 2015, tourists brought in more than $500 million to Trumbull County alone.
The average price for a home was nearly seven 7 percent higher than in 2016.
A teacher at the Life Skills alternative school in Youngstown was arrested Monday after a fight with a student.
Witnesses said the woman was speeding down the road before she crashed into the house.
The raise CEO Krish Mohip offered teachers was met with resistance because the union feels he might want to open other parts of the contract…
The issue of teacher’s salaries was discussed, angering many in the room who were upset the teachers hadn’t been given a raise.
While there’s a lot of work to do before gates open in July, the main projects are the Historic Village and the Bazetta Christian Church.
The Hope Foundation of the Mahoning Valley wants to turn increased awareness into action.
Police said an officer accidentally overdosed after he brushed drug residue off of his shirt. It took four rounds of naloxone to revive him.
Sen. Sherrod Brown stood with local steelworkers in Niles, calling on the Trump Administration to protect U.S. jobs.
The measure would prevent local governments from enacting regulations that prevent residents from raising their own chickens.
Shepherd of the Valley is holding a job fair for nurses on Tuesday.
Hartzell Park is one of the city’s four parks, and it has seen better days.
Youngstown State University was hit with a similar ransomware attack in 2015 that seized control of a machine and locked away files.
It would require firefighters to use certain protective equipment, even when experts believe the gear could be putting them at risk.
People living in Shenango Township reported getting anonymous letters about a sex offender from Ohio moving into the area.
That, and other crimes reported in Boardman last week.
YSU’s Press Day has been going on for over 50 years, according to director and YSU professor Dave Davis.