Inspectors found more than two dozen violations — many of them repeat offenses — during their inspection on Wednesday.
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Al Adi’s lawyer isn’t mincing words about what he thinks about ICE.
YNDC said even one day can help with the safety of a neighborhood.
The biggest concern was the road becoming slush-covered before the snow starts to fall, which is pretty much what ended up happening.
Laws fighting drugs and human trafficking still need work, according to Ohio Senator Rob Portman.
With the potential of a winter storm this weekend, First Energy is keeping an eye on its 300,000 miles of power lines.
The Air Force banned the use of a foam containing potentially deadly chemicals known as PFCs last spring.
Authorities are still looking for some of the suspects.
After freezing rain and sleet left a coating of ice on the roads, snow started to fall just as many were leaving for work or school.
Judge Robert Rusu acknowledged that he should have fully disqualified himself from several cases.
Terry Brown and Alicia Rogenski both pleaded guilty last October to the shooting and dismemberment of Scottie Johnson.
In court, Bunch’s lawyer said his client was “young and dumb” at the time.
Businesses and workers are planning to do their best during the bitter cold snap.
Prosecutors said Kenneth Daniel shot and killed 24-year-old Tre Vaughn Bell in October.
Mercy Health, Steward Health Care and Southwoods Health are joining forces with the Youngstown/Warren Regional Chamber.
We are seeing some of the coldest weather of the season, so far.
According to the indictment, Rick Jamrozik is also accused of stealing more than $2,500 from the home of a murder victim.
A holiday tradition continues in the New Middletown area this season.
Youngstown’s outdoor amphitheater is taking shape.
Attorney Marty Desmond said he was fired for reporting misconduct in the Mahoning County Prosecutor’s Office.
For dozens of Youngstown families, Christmas is coming a little early.
Youngstown City School District offices have moved completely out of the Ward building.