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Youngstown schools detail snow day make-up plan

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Some board members expressed reservations about the blizzard bags

After escaping from police, the Springfield Township man was on the run for eight hours

He faces several charges

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Arby's celebrates 49 years

Arby's, which opened its first store in Boardman 49 years ago, will be selling Classic Roast Beef sandwiches for 64 cents Tuesday.

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Woman, 2 kids hospitalized after Boardman carport collapses on them

Three people were hospitalized Wednesday morning after a carport collapsed on them in Boardman.

Poland Township trustee asks Poland council for apology

Bob Lidle, Poland township trustee, who installed permanent lines from a Village electrical box for Celebrate Poland apologized and explained his actions to Village Council Tuesday night.

MetroParks board discusses drilling rig next to park

A drilling rig in Boardman near Mill Creek Park has sparked conversation.

Diagnosis leads to organic foods and a local greenhouse

An idea for more healthful food options takes root with local greenhouse

The greenhouse expanded and moved to a larger North Lima location.

Paws Town to open in August

Hershey, a 4-year-old Black Lab mix, and his owner Bella Kennedy, 8, of Canfield play in a fenced-in area which will soon become Marge Hartman’s Paws Town at Boardman Park.

Businesses prep for ODOT project to begin Monday in Boardman

U.S. Route 224 and I-680 project is scheduled to begin Monday in Boardman

Three more charges filed against man killed by Boardman police

3 additional charges include felony assault and domestic violence

Police have filed three additional charges against Daniel A. Fitton Jr., the man shot and killed in a Wednesday night standoff.

Mill Creek park ninth in nation for Coca-Cola annual contest

Mill Creek Park has tallied 9,881 votes for this year's America Is Your Park campaign sponsored by Coca-Cola.

Boardman woman saves three newborn kittens from trash can

A Boardman woman saved three newborn kittens from a neighbor's trash can

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Demo of Terrace Motel begins July 8

Money for the razing comes from a CDGB grant.

Boardman bus drivers, mechanics support boss

Hugh Braham's future with the district remains up in the air. He was ticketed for an OVI in May.

Boardman trustees present bids for joint paving project

Six bids for the joint paving program with Austintown and Canfield townships were presented to the Boardman trustees.

Longtime dance instructor hangs up the dancing shoes

After 6 decades, legendary Valley instructor to retire Thursday at Canfield recital

Tony Romeo, longtime local dance enthusiast and instructor, is calling it quits after 58 years.

Bond set at $100K for Steven DiRenzo

Bail for suspect set at $100,000

His next court appearance is Tuesday.

Boardman moving forward with main fire station project

Township officials received an appraisal on one property and plan to discuss it and the possibility of others for the main fire station project.

Canfield schools' administration undergoes new active shooter training

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The Canfield team participated in a new active shooter training protocol just days after the state's attorney general office published a letter explaining new minimum standard recommendations for dealing with active shooters.

Bond set at $250K for Boardman murder suspect

Tequila Haskins' lawyer says he believes the charge will be reduced to voluntary manslaughter.

Boardman supervisor of transportation ticketed for OVI

Hugh Braham, Boardman schools transportation supervisor, ticketed for an alleged OVI and failure to signal.

Woman accused of murdering boyfriend to be arraigned Thursday

Tequila Haskins, accused of murdering her boyfriend, Brian Tubbs, is scheduled to be arraigned Thursday.

Fire officials believe North Side fire was arson

Youngstown firefighters responded to a fire Wednesday afternoon on Dennick Avenue that is believed to be an arson.

Man stabbed to death in Boardman

Woman accused in fatal stabbing

A man was stabbed to death Tuesday afternoon in what police believe was a domestic dispute.

Boardman parents outraged after doors to commencement close early

Several Boardman parents are outraged after police closed doors to the Sunday afternoon commencement ceremony.

Counterfeit money recovered from Austintown Get Go

Police recovered $220 in counterfeit money from the GetGo Thursday morning.

The port authority will provide the racino with $60 million in capital lease financing

A groundbreaking ceremony is scheduled for the racino in Austintown.

Police are looking for man who robbed Midwest Money Center

Boardman police are looking for the man believed to have taken $20,000 from Midwest Money Center

Mill Creek Park board changes policies, approves events

Mill Creek Park board changes policies, approves events

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