A government agency that keeps track of seismic events reported a 2.3 magnitude earthquake less than 50 miles Northwest of Youngstown.

According to the United States Geological Service, the tremor was recorded at 8:43 a.m., centered near the Grand River in Madison Township.

The Madison Police dispatcher told 21 News she received no phone calls from people who felt the quake.

According to the USGS, earthquakes with magnitudes between 1 and 3 are not felt, except by very few people under especially favorable conditions.

A 4.0 magnitude earthquake was centered on Division Street in Youngstown on New Year’s Eve in 2011.

That quake, which was felt throughout Northeast Ohio, was blamed on drilling waste from fracking being forced into an injection well.