Tim Neptune, WKBN 27 First News

Tim Neptune

WKBN 27 First News

Des Moines, IA, United States

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Past articles by Tim:

2 sets of triplets graduating from Niles McKinley High School

Two of the siblings in one set are valedictorians. → Read More

Howland seniors clean up township's 'Golden Triangle'

Township officials say it's a hot spot for littering, especially along the rail line. → Read More

Hubbard mascot full of spirit after receiving national award

The teen behind the feathers is sophomore Isaac Powell. He has been the Eagle since he was in eighth grade. → Read More

Staying protected against too much sunshine

Cash said young people do not see it as a big deal, but long-term damage will take its toll. → Read More

Walk in Boardman raises money for people battling Cystic Fibrosis

The co-chair of the event said her oldest daughter was diagnosed with Cystic Fibrosis when she was only 6 weeks old. → Read More

Local law enforcement kicks off 'Click it or Ticket' campaign

Officials say the next two weeks is a time in which drivers use seat belts the least. → Read More

Oh Wow! celebrates 8 years in Youngstown

The lab can teach skills like sewing and woodworking. → Read More

Summer marks spike in emergency room visits

More activity means an increase in emergency room visits. → Read More

Crews working to replace nearly 100-year-old water pipes in Sharon

The old pipes could cause water main breaks because they can no longer hold the pressure. → Read More

Suzie's Dogs and Drafts offers free meals in honor of Mother's Day

Suzie's Dogs and Drafts in Boardman was one of them, offering moms free lunch and dinner. → Read More

East High School gymnasium dedicated to former educator, coach

Claude Bentley, Jr.'s career at East High School in Youngstown spanned more than five decades. → Read More

Combating stressful tests: YSU employee offers tips to stay calm

YSU's director of Student Counseling Services offered tips for students to deal with the stress of exams. → Read More

Demolition underway for YSU student housing project

YSU says the rooms are needed thanks to a steady increase in its full-time enrollment. → Read More

Metal safety rail put in along Mahoning River ahead of Riverfest

Volunteers with the Friends of the Mahoning River worked with Youngstown's Parks and Recreation department on Sunday to set up a metal safety railing along areas close to the river. → Read More

Pollen problems: Seasonal allergies make it tricky to enjoy spring weather

"You sneeze so much that the person who's telling you 'bless you' gets tired of saying 'bless you,'" one allergy sufferer told us. → Read More

Ohio fishermen celebrating free fishing weekend

Free Fishing Days are open to all Ohio residents and extend to all state public waters. → Read More

Troopers say driver throwing license led to slow-speed chase ending in Salem

It was an unusual chase that played out across 10 miles stemming from Alliance to Salem on Saturday morning. → Read More

White House Fruit Farm holding 5K, kids' run in support of local veterans

You can catch the apple blossoms in bloom as you trek across the course on Saturday morning. → Read More

New study shows raising concerns for hungry children in the Valley

According to the 2019 Map the Meal Gap, one in four kids in the Valley do not know where their next meal is coming from. → Read More

Howland student earns top Girl Scout award through drug awareness campaign

Lindsey Shrodek launched a campaign at the beginning of the year to help inform people about drug addiction. → Read More