The meeting starts at 11:30 Wednesday.
A citizens’ group wants to reduce the number of city wards from seven to five.
Books on the list include “The Hunger Games” and “Kite Runner.”
Many districts began classes for the 2014-2015 school year Tuesday.
Police raided five houses in two days late last week.
The USGS originally reported a 1.8 magnitude earthquake near Niles, but later upgraded it to a 2.1 magnitude tremor.
The accident happened around 10 a.m. Tuesday.
Even among wealthier adults, food choices remain far from ideal.
Crews were called about 2:30 a.m. Tuesday to the house at 71 South Anderson Rd.
While attendance was down a bit from last year, vendors say it was a pretty good week for their pockets.
Projects in Salem and Boardman could delay motorists beginning Tuesday.
Hundreds of vendors and all those lights add up to hefty bills at the Canfield Fair.
Our news cameras were there for the delivery at Station Number One on Route 224.
The American Red Cross is in urgent need of blood, despite an increase in donations.
Rotary clubs teamed up at the fair to educate and hydrate the public.
From Paris to Canfield – an art project is geared at bringing the community together.
The free festival began 30 years ago as a way to honor the founders of Buhl Farm Park.
Buhl Farm Park was bustling with activity Monday for the Labor Day holiday.
A rooster crowing contest was held with over 61 birds doing their best to win the top prize.
The accident happened in front of a home on Lyntz Road.