A charter amendment to redraw the city’s wards was passed in the November 2014 election.
Second Harvest Food Bank of the Mahoning Valley secured 2,000 cases of drinking water from the Nestle Company.
The two restaurants won’t be moving far.
Ohio Edison and a cell company had to be called out to help take down electrical structures behind the building Monday.
In the past week, police say 19 people have overdosed on heroin in Trumbull County, with seven dying.
The girl died, along with two of her grandparents, when their home on Powers Way burned Monday, March 30.
No one was injured in the robbery.
Watkins has stated that assistant prosecutors will be working to transfer the case from juvenile court to the adult court system.
WKBN recently uncovered allegations that deputies used county-owned farm equipment on their own properties.
The bullet lodged in the church’s tile floor.
Kaufman’s Saw Sharpening Shop in Neshannock Township burned Feb. 18.
The iconic band will rock Warren this April.
Ohio motorists are seeing lower gas prices to start the work week.
Police believe they know the make and model of the car from a side mirror that was broken off in the accident.
Brandon Kovach filed corrected reports, and the matter will not go to the Ohio Elections Commission.
Forms to vote are available online and at local board of elections.
Christians in the Holy Land and across the world are celebrating Easter.
A public meeting was held Monday to discuss the recent chemical spill on Sodom Hutchings Road that impacted nearby wildlife.
Neighbors said the house an owner but has been vacant for awhile.
The College Democrats say they are against any plans to move the residents to another center.