A water main break near the Mercer County Courthouse has prompted a boil advisory for area residents.
In September, Robert Seman’s case ended in a mistrial due to comments made from a few prospective jury members.
The lawsuit says authority employees refused to work with a family needing accommodations for special needs.
Vallourec is making some changes in its top management group.
The Youngstown NAACP said the district is moving forward, but there’s still a lot of work to be done at East High School.
Driving too fast or too slow can create problems for other drivers on the highway and could cause an accident.
Equality Ohio, a nonprofit organization advocating for full equality for the LGBTQ community, congratulated the city.
Fresh Coast Capital threw out ideas to create green spaces, including agriculture and greenhouses.
The city is threatening to fine chicken owners if they don’t get rid of the animals by February.
A store employee said the man had his hand in his pocket, acting like he had a gun.
Police are happy all of those drugs are off the street.
Police are looking for the boy’s mother, who failed to show up to court on drug possession and child endangering charges.
Water can be a source of trouble year-round, but especially after rain when it can be contaminated by animal or human waste.
The group said it’s an honor to be part of history.
Burke Lakefront Airport’s commissioner said the lake’s water conditions make it unlikely further remains can be found.
Police said an investigation resulted in charges against 35-year-old Craig Honkonen.
The Mercer County Courthouse and other county government buildings will be closed for the rest of the day.
Mercer County District Attorney Miles Karson, Jr. said an investigation found that the shooting was justified.
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Thirty YSU students will be marching for women’s rights in Washington, D.C. while two Sharon women have their own march planned.