The idea would be to place a tax levy on the November ballot that would permanently raise the income tax from 2 to 2.5 percent.
Those who will be consuming alcohol should find a safe way home.
Jason Lenzi, of Columbiana, and Daniel Marino, Jr., of Austintown, are accused of selling phony sports memorabilia using forged signatures.
Danielle Polivka, who recently graduated from Howland High School, will serve the 5th Ward on Warren City Council.
Investigators say the suspect distributed heroin from a McHenry Street home in Youngstown.
The accident occurred around 9:15 p.m Tuesday, according to a police report.
A list of about 400 prospective jurors have been selected to begin the process of choosing a panel to hear the case.
One of the victims told police that one of the men pulled out a gun and pointed it at her, demanding that she give him her purse.
The motorcyclist was taken to Trumbull Memorial Hospital with injuries.
Southern Boulevard completely re-opened Thursday morning after several broken water pipes caused flooding and traffic jams Wednesday.
Paris Wright pleaded guilty to gross sexual imposition last month as part of a plea deal.
Youngstown City Schools CEO Krish Mohip said the school board is just advisory and doesn’t have authority to vote.
Police said the suspect was caught on video from a nearby homeowner’s surveillance system.
City water customers can now use water as usual.
The event will be hosted by Hillary for Ohio at the Boardman Office, located at 4927 Market St., at 8 p.m.
Police said the man, who lives on Iowa Street, fired a weapon through the walls of his home into a neighbor’s house.
The owner said Boardman police arrested two young men who threw bricks through the window and stole phones.
The alleged victim told police he and his girlfriend were held against their will at a Douglas Street home on July 12.
The duck pond at Waterworth Memorial Park, which was filled with algae blooms last month, is looking much better.
The auditor’s office spent the last two years checking how the state health department monitors more than 700 nursing homes in Pennsylvania.