The township is waiting on tax information from the county, said fiscal officer Steve Shelton.
Whether its lunch, breakfast or an exercise class, the Multigenerational Center is there to help people socialize and stay active.
The services director would like to have only one garbage hauler in the city.
The project will give the water some place else to go
Chad Macek of Hubbard helps out Rick Courtney as he tries to climb “Da Wall,” a half-pipe on the Burner. The Burner, a seven-mile mud run with 30 natural and man-made obstacles, bills itself as “Ohio’s toughest seven miles.” Registration continues for the benefit for Akron Children’s Hospital.
The school district turned to the community to help keep the pool from closing.
The former lawyer surrendered his law license in 2012.
The fire station on Belmont Avenue is one of two in the township.
Overtime costs prompted the closing.
Before the group can apply for the money, they have to come up with a considerable amount of funds.
The clothes boxes can become a nuisance when people begin piling up bags of clothes around them.
The Glocks are lighter than the old Sig Sauers, the police chief says.
The crash destroyed five historic tombstones.
The group and the city have applied for a grant to build a launch, but the area is clear and the river is accessible now.
Fireworks shops have been booming, but safety should be at the top of your list — for both family and friends, and your pets.
Vindicator reporter Jeanne Starmack takes cover behind a car during a police training scenario Thursday in Hubbard. During the training, officers role-play to help them learn to think on their feet. Starmack was confronted with a suicidal man with a gun.
Inmate Paul Fitzpatrick and other inmates of Grafton Correctional Institute spoke to eighth-graders at W.S. Guy Middle School in Liberty Wednesday morning. They once had plenty of choices in life, they said, but now, have none.
It took Joe Spera 18 months to tell the story of his sister’s life, and during that time he recovered his own.
At the Once Upon a Tine Diner, Reading is presented as a treat.
The students learned about teamwork and trust.
The school district sponsored the conversion schools beginning in 2009, but severed ties with them in 2011.
An auction drew a signed offer for the old MetroPlex hotel and meeting center complex in Liberty.
The more donors there are, the more chances people with blood cancers will get the help they need.
A resident’s claim of horn-honking harassment goes back to 2009.
Incumbent Judge Thomas A. Swift can't run again because of the state's age-limits law
Some board members expressed reservations about the blizzard bags
Robin Estes of Girard sorts through several of the 40 prom dresses she'll give away Sunday on behalf of Girard Helping Hands, an organization she founded. Girls can register for the giveaway by calling Estes at 330-787-7129.
Americans have to sign up of pay a penalty.
The natural gas transmission line will run through part of the Girard lakes property.
Jerry Schromofsky and his dog, Missy, walk in Mill Creek Park on Tuesday. Schromofsky, who lives in Youngstown, said he walks for exercise several days a week and also regularly works out at a gym.
The two 14-year-olds ran away together Tuesday
The Youngstown Neighborhood Development Corp. and city representatives had the sixth of nine neighborhood meetings
The deli has Jewish roots, but the Irish came for the corned beef, said owner Jack Kravitz.
City leaders decided Tuesday what they would like to do about an officer whose residence was a site for teenage drinking parties
Everyone who brought an item in to be appraised learned a lesson about what makes a collectible or a piece of jewelry valuable.
Police can do their jobs while the chaplains focus on the emotional turmoil in a crisis.
The part-time Liberty firefighter has been charged over a relationship with a 16-year-old girl.
Thousands of kids go through Easter Bunny Lane during the Easter season.
The district will still have to cut spending or raise more revenues, says the chairman of its fiscal oversight commission.
The savings amounts to around $160,000, said the township administrator.
Building the robot also builds an interest in engineering
An officer has specialized training in tractor-trailer violations.
The Blanket Club is a creative way to teach girls how to interact with one another.
An engineering firm is designing Phase I of a three-phase improvement project.
Mayor Jim Melfi says the development is first on his wish list for 2014.
Patricia Rowe’s mother went missing in 1996. Her DNA matched a woman who was found dead later that year.
The old apartment building foundations will be filled and seeded with grass, said Township Administrator Pat Ungaro.
The band performs holiday favorites every year, but this year, there was a new ring to the music.
Resting on their mom, Noelle Coggins, while listening to a story at Hubbard Public Library's Babies Read program are Ashton, 3, and Christian, 23 months.
Simeon Booker Jr., a nationally prominent journalist who was honored Saturday at Youngstown State University, greets Cameron Stewart, with whom he grew up in Youngstown. With them is Stewart’s daughter, Marthella Allen, and Booker’s son, Teddy.