Boil alert issued for Girard; McDonald alert lifted - WFMJ.com News weather sports for Youngstown-Warren Ohio

Boil alert issued for Girard; McDonald alert lifted

Posted: Updated:

Streets in two Trumbull County communities were issued boil alerts Monday evening.

Illinois Avenue in McDonald was under a boil alert from the 700 to 900 block, but has since been lifted. 

The Girard Water Department has issued a boil alert due to a water break. 

The boil alert affects residents from 1505 Squaw Creek Drive through 1645 Squaw Creek Drive, including Squaw Court and Hillside Drive.

The alert is in effect until further notice. 

Until the alert is lifted, residents are recommended to boil their water that is used for drinking and cooking. A rolling boil for one minute is adequate.

  • More NewsMore>>

  • Cost of governor's race topped $64M, shy of state record

    Cost of governor's race topped $64M, shy of state record

    Monday, December 10 2018 1:27 PM EST2018-12-10 18:27:13 GMT

    Spending in Pennsylvania's gubernatorial race topped $64 million, as Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf thumped Republican Scott Wagner to win a second term.

    More >>

    Spending in Pennsylvania's gubernatorial race topped $64 million, as Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf thumped Republican Scott Wagner to win a second term.

    More >>
  • Produce recalled in Ohio, Pennsylvania could contain E. Coli

    Produce recalled in Ohio, Pennsylvania could contain E. Coli

    Friday, December 14 2018 7:45 PM EST2018-12-15 00:45:19 GMT

    A recall has been issued on produce sold in Ohio and Pennsylvania that may have been contaminated with E. Coli bacteria.

    More >>

    A recall has been issued on produce sold in Ohio and Pennsylvania that may have been contaminated with E. Coli bacteria.

    More >>
  • Austintown Artist plans to present portrait of Parkcliffe fire victims to family

    Austintown Artist plans to present portrait of Parkcliffe fire victims to family

    Friday, December 14 2018 7:11 PM EST2018-12-15 00:11:45 GMT
    On Saturday a nationally known Austintown artist will privately present a hand sketched portrait to the family of the Parkcliffe fire victims.  Hoping it will comfort them at a time when their hearts are still hurting. Ron Moore says, "I was always taught when you give somebody something you give them your best, and artwork is the best thing I know how to do." The portrait will forever remember Amy Negron-Acevedo and her five children Aleysha, Charles, Ly'Asia, Ariann...More >>
    On Saturday a nationally known Austintown artist will privately present a hand sketched portrait to the family of the Parkcliffe fire victims.  Hoping it will comfort them at a time when their hearts are still hurting. Ron Moore says, "I was always taught when you give somebody something you give them your best, and artwork is the best thing I know how to do." The portrait will forever remember Amy Negron-Acevedo and her five children Aleysha, Charles, Ly'Asia, Ariann...More >>
Powered by Frankly
All content © Copyright 2000 - 2018 WFMJ. All Rights Reserved. For more information on this site, please read our Privacy Policy and Terms