A panel was held at the The First Unitarian Universalist Church of Youngstown for any questions about the faith.
It happened around 11:30 a.m. Emergency crews arrived to treat the man.
Investigators said the incident began after an argument between Selden and his wife.
Emma Gough thought of the idea herself and received help from the Hubbard School District.
Some of the topics included development opportunities, donations and the best way to use your tax dollars.
Carla Baldwin is looking to fulfill a childhood dream of becoming a judge in Youngstown.
Local leaders were proud of Friday’s outcome. The travel ban was suspended by the U.S. government Saturday.
Colonel Daniel Sarachene served at the Youngstown Station for 22 years before leaving in 2014.
The final score was Ursuline 80, Cardinal Mooney 52.
Doctor plugs same day vasectomies and three days on the couch watching the NCAA Tournament.
The national report claims the two states have the most positive lab test results for the drug, most of which is coming from China.
President Trump’s executive order on immigration, which would temporarily suspend immigration for citizens in seven countries, was the rally…
The law protects the LGBTQ community from bullying and discrimination in employment, housing, and lending.
Gov. Kasich proposed his state budget earlier this week, and about half of Ohio’s schools will see cuts in funding.
Boardman Police arrested a man who they said drove through a church’s yard and requested to see “Trump” when stopped.
Investigators used surveillance video to identify the man after windows were shot out at three buildings in downtown Youngstown.
The district has plans to offer an app for parents that will allow them to track the location of their child’s bus.
Two groups gathered Friday complaining about possible relaxed methane standards.
Counselor assistants are now armed with new skills in the battle against addiction.
Mark King has several properties in Youngstown, but owes half a million dollars in property taxes.
The Youngstown-area Jewish Federation issued a statement Friday against President Donald Trump’s travel ban.
A report says the 14-year-old suspect was struck with a taser when he reached for his pocket, where he had a knife.