The number of concealed-carry gun permits issued or renewed in Ohio dropped by 24 percent in 2014, the first decline in several years.
It is the most money the United Way of Youngstown and the Mahoning Valley has raised since the economic recession hit.
The combined street value of the drugs seized is estimated at $250,000.
Three departments were called to a house fire in Cortland.
The Niles School District is looking for a new superintendent after Frank Danso announced his retirement Thursday.
Crews worked to repair broken water lines in Boardman, Youngstown and Struthers.
Rob Portman’s campaign has come out swinging against former Gov. Ted Strickland.
Those recipients who did not update their eligibility information as requested are poised to be terminated from the program Saturday.
Kasich’s $72.3 billion, two-year state operating budget calls for a fixed rate on crude oil and natural gas of 6.5 percent at the wellhead.
John Dellick will not face any prison time for the two assault charges to which he pleaded guilty Dec. 8.
BDM Warren will still occupy some of the building for its local operations.
Because it is Black History Month, the books donated on Thursday focused on black history and culture.
Sheriff Jerry Greene said he will be using about $35,000 in federal grant money to buy up to 20 lapel cameras.
The change means Internet providers can’t slow down service for customers who use competitors’ products.
Many drivers bemoan the expense of buying new tires, but old tires can be a huge safety liability.
Police previously said Kimpel took a diamond ring appraised at $15,000 on consignment.
The move comes just after a panel voted Michael Sciortino out of office Monday.
The Mahoning County Democratic Party endorsed John Vivo Wednesday.
Police departments from Austintown, Salem and Niles, among other cities, attended the conference.
The department sued the city over not filling several positions left open by retirement.