The money given to the city for water-related improvements can be used for economic development.
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Commissioners think some of those ideas are “passing the buck.”
A Boardman principal knows first-hand how important tornado drills are.
Potential Portage County jurors submitted their paperwork prior to jury selection.
A blind man told police that two people came into his apartment, identifying themselves as officers.
The housing sector may be poised to see some significant growth in the next decade.
Prosecutors hope the law will help drivers remember they’re not the only ones with rights on the road.
The 15-year-old boy is charged with the shooting death of 23-year-old Clevael Workman last month.
Both men say they will appeal their convictions.
Luis Cruz Ramos, the man at the center of a massive manhunt last year, has already been sentenced on federal charges.
Construction of a new water tank could be finished in the spring or summer of 2018.
Police searched the home and business of Dominic Marchionda, CEO of NYO Property Group.
Leaders are encouraged by what President Donald Trump has been saying about restoring the nation’s manufacturing base.
The Mahoning County Coroner’s Office said they are at capacity for handling bodies in the wake of the heroin epidemic.
Merchant was arrested in January after a Youngstown homeowner said she caught him in her shower, rinsing his hair.
Prosecutors say Underwood’s baby had a broken femur and several other old injuries.
Nicole Mitchell faces involuntary manslaughter, aggravated vehicular homicide and OVI charges.
So far this year, 466 investigations of suspected abuse have been conducted in Mahoning County.
Prosecutors said doctors discovered Underwood’s son had old injuries when she took him to the hospital for a broken leg.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced Thursday that he will recuse himself from any investigation into Russian hacking.
Tuesday morning, accused murderer Robert Seman was in a court in Ravenna for a hearing with his lawyers and prosecutors.