The sheriff was recognized at the Mahoning County Commissioners meeting.
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The county has 20 miles of road under construction this year.
People who live on Canfield Road say a group home for the developmentally disabled is causing problems in the neighborhood.
A new study says many teens get their first tattoo around 9th grade and that half of all teens have at least one piercing.
The office had been shut down since July after a sewer line backed up and damaged the building.
Friday may be a good time to give riding the bus a try.
A billing error has allowed some Weathersfield residents to get free sewer service and reduced rates on electricity for 5 years.
With thousands of people living in shelters across Texas and Florida, the American Red Cross is mobilizing like never before.
Drugs are easily accessible behind bars, and it’s a growing problem.
Mercer County relied on them for more than 150 years and once had more than 300 one-room schoolhouses.
The pumps are closed and a fence went up around the business Tuesday
The woman said it’s been 200 days since she got a letter about the IRS doing a detailed review on her taxes.
The events will be held at four locations on Wednesday and Thursday.
Teachers in the district have spent the past seven days in training for the start of the school year.
Congressman Tim Ryan’s recent travels have people questioning whether he’s preparing a run for president.
The owners of Tri-County Industries want to move forward with a large expansion at their property at Pine Township.
The first day back brought excitement for all of the activities around the university, including Thursday’s Zac Brown Band concert.
Aqua Pennsylvania draws its drinking water from the Shenango River, where fish tested positive for harmful chemicals
Crews plan to construct the building at Elm Road and Millennium Boulevard.
The city’s Parks Department wants to turn over some of its parks due to its declining population.
When the for-profit college closed, many veterans lost their GI benefits, along with their education credits.
The group said the bill would roll back worker safety laws, but the senator said it’s needed for transparency.