The city said it’ll still have some events for the younger crowd but this year, it has a different target demographic in mind.
Customers of three local Chipotle locations may have had their payment card information stolen following the data breach in March and April.
Youngstown Schools CEO Krish Mohip is requesting that members of the board attend a mediation and professional development conference.
For the last 21 years, she’s been living with the crippling consequences of a tick bite.
It was business as usual today, with patrons and vendors proving that nothing can bring down their spirits.
Police suspected the Austintown man was under the influence because his eyes were glassy and his speech was slurred, officers said.
The Splash into Summer Water Safety Event will be from 1-3 p.m. at the YMCA’s Boardman location, 45 McClurg Road.
In the midst of the Valley’s heroin crisis, the demands on a paramedic are even greater.
More than 20 volunteers from several organizations teamed up Friday morning for WKBN’s Caring for Our Community campaign.
Animal Caregiver Sherry Bankey said the donation will save the charities thousand of dollars.
Police said there were only ice cubes in a refrigerator and the children and dogs appeared to be unfed.
The district has spent nearly $900,000 on substitutes so far this year — over $300,000 more than last year.
The service started with a procession beginning at WKBN’s station.
That, and other crimes reported in Warren over the past week.
As deputies led him into the courthouse, Jimmie Stella, Jr. — accused of killing a 65-year-old man — kept saying he was not guilty.
An indictment says Madison had a revolver and ammunition in March, despite a burglary and aggravated assault conviction.
Ashtabula County Commissioners voted to rescind its termination from the task force.
A state audit uncovered about $7,500 missing from fundraising accounts.
Gas prices, construction, and extra patrols will play a role in travel this holiday weekend.
Water service has been restored and the boil advisory has been lifted.
The car first drove through a fence along Scioto Avenue on the east side Thursday night.
Last year, volunteers collected 34,580 pounds of trash in Mercer County and 6 million pounds across the entire state during a huge cleanup e…