The girl and her sister were riding their bikes down a hill on Laurel Place.
Both men say they want to work with the public to improve the park.
First News found the ride-hailing company made an online post looking for drivers in Youngstown.
All money will be donated to the Alex’s Lemonade Days foundation, which works to find a cure for childhood cancer.
Other family-friendly activities include amusement rides, carnival games, raffles, food and a fireworks show.
The festival runs through Sunday.
Penn Northwest Development says the county can offer low-cost materials and transportation, along with a great location and workforce.
Friends Specialty at the Garden Café in Mill Creek Park supports local farmers, most of which provide organic food.
The Task Force said police caught a woman trying to flush about 100 grams of heroin down a toilet as they raided the home.
Officers searched a home on Neilson Avenue Friday afternoon, looking for a fugitive.
The victim wouldn’t tell police what happened.
Tickets are being sold through Ticketmaster.com and the arena box office for $10.
The game was played on a huge LED screen, while Las Vegas Video DJ Blaze performed.
Taylor is taking the position of Timothy Saxton, who was hired by West Branch Local Schools.
If you are 18 or older and you don’t live in Mercer County, you could get $100 in “tourism bucks” to use in the downtown area.
There is too much demand for the Lordstown plant to keep up, employees of GM Lordstown Complex were told Friday.
Darryll Hoon, Sr. was charged with having sexual contact with two young female relatives.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine’s office offered tips to avoid ticket scams during the NBA Finals.
Investigators said the stolen pit bull was found in the basement of a Youngstown home on June 3.
The hiring event will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday to fill more than 300 full and part-time positions at various Ohio stores.