The Marijuana Policy Project said Ohioans are in support of medical marijuana, although voters shot down a recreational use issue last year.
There were elevated lead levels in the water meter main line coming into the high school.
The 44-year-old Nathaniel Jackson was first sentenced to death in 2002.
Officials recommend avoiding contact with your eyes and mouth, and before eating, make sure you thoroughly wash your hands.
Pizzerias from all over the valley will join together to help raise money for Youngstown’s Potential Development Program.
The full-timer will replace two part-time officers who recently quit
Police Chief Rob Hinton and Captain Ken Criswell have taken extended sick leaves.
Voters from Vermont to Colorado, Alaska to American Samoa and a host of states in between are heading to polling places and caucus sites.
Investigators say the fire was sparked by smoking materials dropped by the man on a chair.
Investigators think speed and alcohol played a role in the crash.
Youngstown’s Event Coordinator Michael McGiffin said his focus this year is on the quality of events, not the quantity.
The victim, Brittany Szwedko, remains hospitalized at St. Elizabeth Hospital.
Vendors include Avon, Tastefully Simple and Origami Owl, as well as local artisans specializing in arts, crafts and home goods.
The NAACP says it wants East High School to be more comparable to Youngstown Early College, Boardman and Austintown Fitch high schools.
Tibbetts Wick was closed from State Route 11 to Naylor Lloyd Road while repairs were made.
Lakes Newport and Glacier at Mill Creek Park are reopening to the public on Tuesday.
Austintown Fitch senior Max Bleggi was one of 130 winners at the Congressional App Challenge.
Sparked by the moving performance by Lady Gaga at the Oscars, a local conversation has begun about sexual assault.
Police are investigating the robbery of FirstMerit Bank on W. State Street.
An Austintown man is charged after a woman said he tried to throw her off a bridge at Mill Creek Park.