An infestation of mice, birds and other critters caused the station’s closure more than a month ago.
Due to unforeseen additional work on the statues, they will not be placed back on the roof this month, as scheduled.
Water customers can begin drinking and using water as normal.
One man at the Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport said he is flying to Florida to chase the storm.
With fall just beginning, the time is coming in which homeowners need to start preparing for winter.
The teen was charged as an adult and taken to Mercer County Jail.
With more people moving downtown, there are more chances a fire could break out seven stories up.
Personal income taxes would go up almost 2 percent while the state sales tax would increase from 6 to 7 percent.
The suspects turned themselves in to police on Thursday morning.
Youngstown police are investigating after a man was taken to St. Elizabeth Hospital with stab wounds to his chest and back.
Police said there was no evidence of an accident at the scene and that the vehicle had just been purchased last month.
Crews worked to repair a water line that broke early Thursday morning.
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Services including runs related to hazardous materials, building and trench collapses, arsons and lift assistance will cost a fee.
Last year, then 10-year-old Nicholas King had to be airlifted to the hospital after being pulled under a vehicle.
Bresha Meadows, 15, is charged in the July shooting death of her father.
A revitalization project to bring new business requires the city to purchase and tear down several occupied homes on the east side.
Det. Sgt. Delphine Baldwin-Casey created the Youngstown Crisis Intervention Unit in 1996 to help victims of violent crimes.
The district was prompted to ban the costumes in light of recent scary clown sightings in the area and across the country.
Employees were happy to host Rob Portman, saying that the work he is doing in Washington is giving them a fighting chance.
The home, at 1543 Canfield Road, is for sale after YNDC completely upgraded it.
The house on N. Broad Street first made news when a developer suggested tearing it down to build 20 new homes.