Boardman Schools Superintendent Frank Lazzeri said the threat came from a fake account.
Dozens of people gathered Thursday at South Range Elementary school to remember the victim of a deadly fire in Youngstown.
The victim told police the assailant walked up behind him, yelled “Hey” and then shot him.
The property re-appraisals will start to take effect in the 2017 tax year.
One person was shot but police said the victim is expected to survive.
Park officials would like to have an operator in place by May 1.
Teamsters Local 1224 also has published a letter to passengers warning them about “persistent mechanical problems” at the airline.
A prisons department spokeswoman says eight inmates at the Ohio State Penitentiary in Youngstown were continuing to refuse meals as of Wedne…
The curriculum is still being developed, but science, technology, mathematics and engineering will be the main focus.
Enrollment at the school has dropped nearly 50 percent in the past two years, according to the Youngstown Diocese.
The Fast Track Trade Agreement is being met with opposition by lawmakers and local unions.
Carleigh Dawson appeared in Niles Court Wednesday answering for her behavior in the back of a police cruiser.
A Cortland man was arrested and charged with rape in connection to an incident in Bazetta Township.
The United Steelworkers union said that TPA has killed jobs, while some economic advisers have shown support for the authority.
Several factors were considered in the decision to close the branch.
Police say the suspect threatened a witness to a robbery.
According to the drug task force director, most of the evidence was found in a backpack, including syringes.
The hike brings the overall county tax to 7.25 percent.
An investigation revealed that files containing child pornography were shared on the man’s computer.
The photographer said he has always had an interest in the estate and was amazed to find what was inside.