Tara Cioffi said she believes less industry in the area and better air quality controls have contributed to better air quality.
People who sign up will get an email each day with photos of their mail, so if something goes missing, they’ll know.
That, and other crimes reported in Boardman over the past week.
YSU Political Science Chair Paul Sracic said Kim Jong-Un is working to build missiles that can eventually hit the American west coast.
Undercover officers texted two numbers they say were advertising sexual services on Backpage.com under the dating section.
Police said 28-year-old Jeremy Schiable refused to obey commands and a taser had to be used to get him to comply.
A Lisbon woman is taking home a $594,651 jackpot.
“The insulin levels were so high in the child’s bloodstream…that kind of extreme overdose like that couldn’t happen by accident,” an inves…
Tax Day is right around the corner. The date to file is April 18, three days longer than in past years.
General Motors is reducing the number of Chevy Cruzes it makes at the Lordstown plant and plans to layoff some workers.
A witness said the victim yelled to him, “Is that you cuz? They shooting at me and I think I’m hit.”
A woman was shot in the back on the east side of Youngstown early Friday morning.
Locally, one in five women is a survivor of sexual assault.
Valley Voices United for Change wants Senator Rob Portman to hold a town hall meeting in the area about the cycle of addiction and recovery.
Police said the pair snorted heroin in a basement bathroom with the 9-month-old nearby.
About 2,500 live rainbow trout are now swimming in Lake Glacier.
A high school student from Canfield has talked his way into getting a full ride to college.
Something the Ohio EPA is working on now is dam removal projects to improve water quality.
Before the bill took effect, many local families who couldn’t afford treatment and resources relied solely on The Rich Center in Youngstown.
The advocate group Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) said impaired driving kills about 16,000 people every year.
The police department’s current communications system has become out-of-date and needs an upgrade.
That, and other crimes reported in Warren over the past week.