The man was arrested at the I-80/I-76 toll booths in Jackson Township.
The boil advisory was lifted Saturday, one week after it went into effect.
James Burns, 58, is charged with recklessly endangering another person, disorderly conduct and risking a catastrophe, according to police.
Williams has spent 11 years as the Bulldogs’ defense coordinator.
Former workers of the Campbell Seamless Hot Mill met for their 30th reunion on Friday.
The Interstate 80 crash on Thursday occurred just a couple miles from a work zone, which ODOT says can be dangerous.
Its mission is to provide hope, opportunity, education and empowerment for folks living in the low-to-moderate income range.
The third plaintiff is the father of 17-year-old Domenic Teolis, a Lincoln High School student who suffered football related concussions in …
The city’s litter control and recycling office held a luncheon on Friday to honor the winners.
Students at the Potential Development High School for Autism in Youngstown were able to do their Christmas shopping for free.
The Holiday Hopes and Wishes luncheon is one of the hospital’s signature fundraising events.
Vilma Jerez was brought to America for treatment of harry-cell leukemia.
City leaders in Youngstown are facing a growing problem that is getting more difficult to tackle – trash dumping.
A man who was driving by a house in Braceville Twp. to check on his ex-girlfriend says he was chased and threatened with a gun.
Police say the suspect stabbed another man and rode the hood of the car as the victim tried to drive away.
Boardman Park turned into the North Pole Friday for some lucky kids.
Pet owners can get their pets vaccinated for a year, or three years, for $6.
The last show at the Covelli Centre is at 5 p.m. Sunday.
WKBN caught up with one fan, who was the first in line.
Five Youngstown firefighters promoted Friday during a ceremony downtown.