Ohio voters will get two Saturdays but no Sundays or evenings to cast early, in-person ballots.
Two schools in different counties are moving forward with drug testing policies.
UPDATE // Congressman Tim Ryan joined President Obama Tuesday afternoon for an announcement detailing two manufacturing innovation institutes.
A new piece of medical technology was delivered Tuesday to an imaging facility in Boardman.
A new card that is now available to anyone who has filed a civil protection order is just one more tool police and courts are using to help victims stay safe.
An extreme case of candy theft could lead to an arrest.
Top city leaders in Youngstown gathered Tuesday to administer the oath of office to two new firefighters.
Officials are investigating whether the October destruction of a Boardman restaurant was a reach for insurance money.
The state representative from Youngstown revived the idea of Jim Tressel taking over for YSU President Randy Dunn, who will exit in August.
It doesn’t take much snow to cause problems on the roadway. That was evident Tuesday as the morning commute got tied up with multiple accidents on Interstate 680 in Youngstown.
The parents said they’re willing to work with the school district to help get healthier foods on the menu.
As he got his State of the State speech under way, Ohio Gov. John Kasich pushed a plan to drive Ohio’s tax rates under 5 percent for individuals and businesses.
The State Teachers Retirement System of Ohio has 13,595 active members in Mahoning, Trumbull and Columbiana counties.
Warren police officers are helping to fulfill the birthday wish of a 7-year-old boy from Rhode Island.
Inmates in the day-reporting program at the Mahoning County Jail will help employees from the engineer’s office fill potholes.
Students at Stambaugh Academy are participating in the annual “Jump Rope for Heart” program this week.
Warren is working on finishing up an overdue redistricting plan following the 2010 census.
Three people were secretly indicted last week on charges they contributed to the September overdose death of a Boardman High School graduate.
The new site will allow local consumers to compare prices before
Jury selection was postponed for a murder defendant after a co-defendant pleaded guilty to lesser charges on Monday.