Guidelines set by the Ohio Department of Health are causing Sebring schools to turn off more drinking fountains.
The bill would divert government funding away from Planned Parenthood.
When crews arrived, heavy smoke and flames were coming from the building.
A man police caught climbing down from a utility pole in Youngstown is now behind bars.
Environmental regulators told the water superintendent in 2009 that he had been operating in a manner that endangered public health.
Rufener is scheduled to appear in court March 9 for her arraignment.
Overall, there was a sense of relief on Tuesday at West Branch after EPA test results there showed no cause for concern.
Police said the woman’s boyfriend accused her of striking him with her vehicle, after an argument about her school refund check.
Emily Bartlow and Tristan Slater will compete in a bake-off in an episode entitled, “Minecraft,” scheduled to air at 9 p.m. Monday, Feb. 1
Total enrollment has increased at the university for the first time in five years.
Ohio representatives are in talks with the village of Sebring over lead issues found in water.
Primary Care Associates in Boardman now has a faster fiber connection to share records between its two offices.
Police said the heroin was in a hidden compartment.
The store plans to open during the second quarter of 2016.
One family is worried that their young child may have drank with with lead in it.
People at the scene of the fire reported hearing a pop on the roof of the building, and some kind of fire started.
According to a criminal complaint filed in Youngstown Municipal Court, Pavlik is charged with assault.
The release stated that the cuts will help with the city’s general fund, which is losing more than $90,000 a month, according to Scarnecchia…
Every year, the count is led by the Department of Housing and Urban Development to determine how much money homeless shelters will receive.
WKBN talked to a local business Tuesday that has had its normal routine affected by the water crisis.