Beginning this school year, a new meningococcal vaccine requirement takes effect under Ohio law.
John Dellick was indicted last week on charges of having a gun with him at a Boardman hotel in January.
Pennsylvania State Police are asking anyone with information on the suspect’s whereabouts to call them.
The judge says she doesn’t want to delay the trial, despite complaints from attorneys about receiving evidence late.
A Youngstown man and woman were treated for dangerously high carbon monoxide exposure Wednesday morning.
Getting new water lines installed in the township is expected to be on the table.
The lane restrictions will be between Gypsy Lane and State Route 11.
The charges stem from a manhunt for Luis Cruz Ramos in April.
The American Red Cross Blood Services said there is an emergency need of plasma donors.
Car windows do not filter damaging UVA rays.
On Tuesday, Youngstown and New Middletown celebrated with parades, and gave officers the chance to talk with community members.
The school board also talked about hiring teachers for the new year and how to keep staff in the Youngstown district.
The city claims the income tax increase would prevent layoffs in the police and fire departments, as well as eliminate a projected deficit.
She told the crowd Saturday night that State Senator Joe Schiavoni promised her the best local pizza around.
A soft tissue specialist in Akron confirmed that the dog’s injuries to its tongue and lip are from a previous trauma.
The hospital received high performing scores for four of its medical procedures.
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Rita Angiuli thanked the community and said, “If it were not for them, we wouldn’t be here.”
Greenbriar Center was added to the special government watch list after reports of poor conditions and management.
Patrolman Jeff Kay and his partner discovered the boy shortly after 9 a.m. in his bare feet and wearing shorts and a t-shirt.
Crews are cleaning up the inside of the old Stambaugh Building, working to transform it into a DoubleTree Hotel.
Parents with a child in middle school can expect to pay more than $900 in back-to-school costs this year.