See a timeline of events in the racino’s history, from Penn National’s plan to move to Austintown to the finishing touches on the building.
The shooting occurred in the 2700 block of Burton Street just before 6 p.m. Tuesday.
State police have warned the public that 31-year-old Eric Frein of Canadensis is dangerous.
A groundbreaking ceremony marked the beginning of the construction of Matalco Incorporated in Lordstown.
After weeks of training and preparation, Hollywood Gaming at Mahoning Valley Race Course in Austintown is now open for business.
Mayor John McNally said not replacing retiring firefighters is a better option than larger layoffs at the end of 2015.
The county is providing its mobile command post to assist troopers in the area because of the anticipated heavy traffic for the racino.
Warren police have identified the victims in the Burton Street shooting.
A motorist claimed her car was pelted with rocks from a moving school bus.
The city has been awarded a grant of $38,121.73 from the Ohio Department of Public Safety.
Road work in Howland and Struthers could be trouble spots for drivers.
Talks with Penn National Gaming officials started in 2011.
A wrongful death lawsuit has been filed in the accident that killed six teenagers in March of 2013.
Police were watching the suspect’s house for some time.
Police said a pot of meth was “cooking” when they entered the house.
The suspect is considered armed and dangerous.
Peak time for car-deer collisions is approaching as mating and hunting seasons run through the fall and winter.
Llewellyn allegedly sold four prescription painkillers on Aug. 28, and four more of the pills on Sept. 8.
Don Guthrie is fighting pancreatic cancer and has been a WKBN meteorologist for 44 years.
The CEO of the company traveled to Youngstown Tuesday to make the announcement.