The new law lets licensed groceries and restaurants sell up to four bottles of takeout wine per customer.
A community open house will take place from noon until 2 p.m. Saturday, June 11 at the business’s Niles location.
The church was dedicated on June 8, 1926.
The Youngstown Police Department is asking anyone with the identity of the robber to call 330-742-8911.
Former Governor Ted Strickland toured the CASTLO Industrial Park in Struthers as part of a swing through eastern and southwestern Ohio.
Stanford police arrested Turner for assaulting a woman he’d encountered at a fraternity party.
The road closed around 9:30 a.m. and remained closed until 2:30 p.m.
The numbers are in from the month of May and things are looking good for Hollywood Gaming at Mahoning Valley Racecourse.
Ben Lupo pleaded guilty two years ago to dumping oil-field waste into a storm sewer that feeds to the Mahoning River.
The man told officers his name was “Joe Dora” and that he was from Illinois.
The Idora Neighborhood Farmers’ Market is also providing activities such as cooking and gardening demos.
Money raised from the live online auction will go to a fund that is designated for vehicle maintenance and repairs.
Investigators say they served a search warrant on Monday, but no one was arrested.
The woman was a teacher’s aide at P.A.C.E., an alternative education program located in the Mahoning County High School.
Investigators released surveillance video of the inmates being revived and one being wheeled away on a stretcher.
Sen. Brown announces a more than $50,000 investment in housing for homeless Youngstown veterans.
Frack-Free Mahoning Valley held an anti-fracking “Toxic Tea Party” in Vienna Township.
Police say Linda Kovachik convinced the woman that she had a background in banking and cashed savings bonds from her late husband.
Krish Mohip wants to establish a team to walk the halls and listen to teachers and students.
Bazetta is the only agency in Trumbull County that has received the certification.