Mantua, Ohio (Formerly Niles, Ohio)
Sen. Sherrod Brown stood with local steelworkers in Niles, calling on the Trump Administration to protect U.S. jobs.
The measure would prevent local governments from enacting regulations that prevent residents from raising their own chickens.
Shepherd of the Valley is holding a job fair for nurses on Tuesday.
The attack that authorities say swept 150 countries this weekend is part of a growing problem of “ransomware” scams.
Hartzell Park is one of the city’s four parks, and it has seen better days.
Youngstown State University was hit with a similar ransomware attack in 2015 that seized control of a machine and locked away files.
Computers across the world were locked when countries were hit in an attack that targeted hospitals and government agencies.
Thousands more infections were reported Monday, largely in Asia, which had been closed for business when the malware struck Friday.
It would require firefighters to use certain protective equipment, even when experts believe the gear could be putting them at risk.
3 local softball teams have their sights on a District Title on Friday.
People living in Shenango Township reported getting anonymous letters about a sex offender from Ohio moving into the area.
That, and other crimes reported in Boardman last week.
Boardman seeks a District Title Friday afternoon at Bob Cene Park.
Columbus (Formerly Youngstown), Ohio
YSU’s Press Day has been going on for over 50 years, according to director and YSU professor Dave Davis.
Mia Musolino, an 8th grader from Poland Middle School took 1st place in the 200 meter dash Saturday