The pool at Waddell Park closed in 2014 because the city couldn’t afford to pay the lifeguards.
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Complaints of fraud in Ohio’s government agencies can be made at any time, whether you’re a public employee or citizen.
People continue to call for the removal of Mill Creek MetroPark’s Executive Director Aaron Young.
Schools in the Warren City School District are seeing a drop in out-of-school suspensions.
The demonstration coincides with the court appearance of man charged with animal cruelty for alleged sexual acts with animals.
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The measure was one of three that passed by single digits.
A rally was held Monday to protest the opening of a hunting preserve at the former Candywood Golf Course in Vienna.
Employees and managers say they aren’t doing anything differently, and continue to give customers ice water if they ask for it.
Sharon Police say a man committed suicide by jumping off a bridge.
The purpose was to discuss solutions to problems, as well as the rights that immigrant crime victims have.
John Boccieri plans to introduce a bill that would make commissioners responsible for appointments to the Mill Creek Park Board.
Service-Safety Director Brian Allen said a home on Lisbon St. has slipped off its foundation a few more inches after widening cracks on the …
The event gave veterans a chance to share memories from when they served.
The Mahoning County Coroner’s Office said the 87-year-old man had injuries consistent with being beaten by a hammer.
Two Youngstown veterans came back after serving the country and decided to embark on a business venture in their hometown.
“When we get a concert like that, my staff would double or triple,” says Amer Adi, owner of Downtown Circle
The County Health Rankings program has ranked how healthy all the counties are in Ohio.
Niles city officials are strategically planning how they are going to spend the $2 million dollars that voters awarded them Tuesday.
Winning the party’s nomination to become president is all about delegates.
Workers began feeding the ballots through the machine around noon Monday.
Wounded Warriors, upended by a recent scandal, was created after the events of September 11.