The alleged assault happened Thursday morning on a school bus between a 14-year-old and a 6-year-old.
Ohio’s Chief of Minority Business said last year, the state spent $165 million with minority firms, which is the most it has ever spent.
Organizers said with breast cancer, it is all about early detection.
A STEM festival kicked off Monday at Chaney High School.
Not everyone agrees with the state report card results that give Youngstown City Schools a failing grade.
Of the nearly 3,400 city water customers, it is estimated half of them are behind in their monthly water bills.
Police said they found several syringes near a child’s crib.
Executive Director Lori Weston said they provide food to more than 4,200 families each year.
The cost is three dollars for three chances to dunk the mayor.
Andrew Kocak appeared in court this morning, charged with intimidation.
The department had to fight two stubborn vacant house fires, among others.
Attorney Kenneth Feinberg has received 125 death claims due to the faulty switches in older-model small cars such as the Chevrolet Cobalt.
Kent State student government president Marvin Logan said the incidents of May 4, 1970 still hit home to KSU students to this day.
Authorities have not yet released an official word on the status of those involved.
Crews in Campbell faced heavy smoke, flames and downed power line battling the 6th Street fire.
A wall of debris fell and knocked a firefighter off of the porch. He was checked at the scene by EMS and continued working the fire.
Officers leaving their barracks in eastern Pennsylvania were ambushed and attacked Friday night during a shift change.
On Saturday, road crews repaired Clingan Road between Route 224 and Poland High School, all in one single day.
A Columbiana County Church is turning 200 this year, a mark not too many churches in the area have been able to reach.
Some Youngstown Firefighters will be heading to Mayor John McNally’s monthly “5 Minutes with the Mayor” this week
The Magic Tree in Boardman is hosted a rousing event Sunday to benefit children across the Mahoning Valley.
Last weekend, YSU Archeology Associate Professor Matt O’Mansky and his Honors class excavated a trash pit along South Avenue.