Jeremy Warner pleaded guilty in March to unlawful sexual conduct with a minor.
The two-week shutdown period is on top of another two-week shutdown planned for June.
An investigation was started last week involving Carie Scahill, a worker in the library at Struthers Elementary School.
Police said the suspect was found hiding in the bushes of a backyard nearby, and he wasn’t wearing any shoes.
The woman said she heard a noise in the kitchen and then saw a man standing at the bottom of her stairs.
The new process takes a different view on debt.
A man died after the bucket truck he was in overturned in Wayne Township early Sunday afternoon.
The drug is hundreds of times more powerful than morphine and is already causing overdose deaths.
Just as we started cleaning up from Sunday’s storm, another created a bigger mess.
Three men were playing basketball in Newton Falls Sunday when they heard a woman screaming in the home next door.
Two YSU players, David Rivers III and Dylan Colucci, also signed undrafted free agent contracts.
Leo and Len Majernick, owners of Nationwide Industrial Supply in Youngstown, are entering their 45th year of business in May.
WKBN had several people call into the Weather Center asking if a tornado went through.
A five-car crash shut down part of route 422 in Warren Sunday afternoon and left multiple people injured.
Boardman was hit hard, as dozens of fallen trees and large branches crashed into homes and vehicles
The township had an open house for its brand new government building Sunday. The old one was destroyed in a fire in February 2016 that ruine…
A 1-year-old baby boy died after falling into a pond Sunday in Mercer County.
Sunday marks the 7th annual Kids Shine for a Cure festival in Austintown Township Park.
Captain Jeff Orr said he’s not resigning from his position as commander and he’s not retiring on Monday.
When officers arrived at the scene, they used thermal imaging to look for a person inside, but didn’t find anyone.
The Golden Dawn, a staple in Youngstown for 85 years, is temporarily closing for several months because of electrical repairs.
Earnest Byner, Kevin Mack and Bernie Kosar met with fans and locals to represent the Healing Dawgs Foundation.