A bill will be sent for the extra police, but past experience says payment may never come.
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The Ohio Department of Health sends inspectors to visit each nursing home at least once a year, looking for violations.
The city’s last grocery store closed in November, making things hard for Girard residents.
Protesters showed the most concern when it came to President Trump’s plan to repeal Obamacare.
So far, over 20,000 people have reserved tickets — that’s almost three times the Covelli Centre’s capacity.
Another Valley nursing home was just added to the list, the Valley Oaks Care Center on Selfridge Street in East Liverpool.
Aqua Ohio said the woman had to pay over $400 for water she never used.
Several local schools are struggling to make sure their students are reading at a proficient level so they can get to fourth grade.
Sean Clemens was accused of breaking into the home of his 84-year-old neighbor LaRue Brown and killing her.
WKBN 27 First News Producer Lorie Barber’s family was targeted by thieves during their vacation across the U.S.
Ohio is revamping its motorcycle classes to try and prevent specific types of accidents.
More than 100 butterflies landed as part of the South Side Community Garden’s annual festival Saturday.
Stephanie Leigh Bridal is offering deals on dresses after Alfred Angelo Bridal shut down this week.
A resident who has a motorized wheelchair says the overgrown bushes have almost pushed her off the sidewalk, into the road.
Water and sewer lines run along the side yards.
The Benson’s daughter Bridget was born with CHARGE syndrome and she’s overcome many obstacles with Medicaid’s help.
The organization said it will need financial help to afford repairs to the old building to get it back up and running again.
You may be one of the millions of Americans who could see their credit scores go up this month.
The city of Youngstown just finished up its first full year of running its own garbage service.
The government said Krinos took investment money from clients and spent it on bar tabs and strip clubs.
Police said the group is responsible for at least 12 burglaries and several auto thefts from five counties in two states.
Prosecutor Michael McBride said the patient died after the employees gave him the wrong drug and then tried to treat his overdose.