The candidates, Republican Miles Karson and Democratic incumbent Bob Kochems, discussed a variety of issues, including plea bargaining.
For the first time ever, the township has a 1.5-mill general tax levy on the ballot.
The next step in the process is a meeting with local membership in Lordstown this weekend.
There are 13 barns on the property, and more than 700 horses have already arrived.
On October 23, 2005, the ribbon was cut, and a six days later, a concert by 3 Doors Down marked the first event at Covelli.
The latest weather forecast for Youngstown, Ohio and surrounding areas.
A rainy and windy day made for slick roadways on Wednesday.
One of the latest casualties of the budget impasse is the Mercer County Area Agency on Aging, Inc.
The company is starting the new multi-million dollar BuTech Bliss Synergy Leveling System.
The center will teach older autistic children life skills.
Three Struthers mayoral candidates talked to WKBN about why they are running for the position.
Are fourth graders around the country doing worse in math and reading than they were just two years ago?
WKBN took the footage to Superintendent Joseph Nohra, who said he was disappointed to see the footage.
Responsible Ohio is still reaching out to younger voters with a stop in Youngstown on Wednesday.
The changes could be in place for the start of the 2016-2017 school year.
A veteran reporter and weekend anchor for WKBN 27 First News was recognized by the Canfield Local School Board.
Wet roads may have played a role is a one-vehicle accident in Youngstown Wednesday afternoon.
A Jackson-Milton High School graduate was named Marine of the Year during a military gala in Washington, D.C.
Following complaints from residents in one neighborhood about drug activity, Niles officers began saturation patrols of the area.
Viewer Cecil Thomas sent in the above picture of a tree blocking W. Woodland Ave. in Youngstown.