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.
Youngstown police are still trying to figure out why a 17-year-old and an 18-year-old were shot while walking on the sidewalk Friday.
Police said the victim was a minor.
Investigators said the woman drove off the side of the exit ramp of Salt Springs Road in Youngstown.
William Paloski was accused of over-prescribing painkillers to patients and people who weren’t sick at all.
That, and other crimes reported in Boardman over the past week.
Mayor John McNally talked about the demolition and cleanup projects happening around the city.
Eighty-five students from 20 local high schools took part in Civic Day on Friday.
Crowds have grown and the racino is going to need the extra room.
It’s all a part of the Youngstown Symphony’s Young People’s Concert series.
Police are investigating a shooting at the same house where officers found a shooting victim earlier this month.
Heroin was first produced by Bayer pharmaceuticals in the 1800s.
Several fire departments worked Friday morning to control a fire at a house on Mercer Pulaski Road.
Around Courthouse Square in downtown Warren, there’s already quite a few surveillance cameras but soon, there will be 40 more.
President Trump is calling for a vote Friday on the GOP’s American Health Care Act — a vote that the House postponed earlier Thursday.
Police Chief Gerald Smith said rehab is a legitimate reason not to appear in court.
The Struthers residents are being held in Mahoning County Jail on bond.
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Senator Sherrod Brown is working with U.S. Customs and Border Protection to get high-tech equipment to scan packages and shipments.
Brookfield residents and others from surrounding communities came together Thursday as one voice.