Sean McKinney, who lost the Youngstown mayor’s race in November, wants the election overturned and a new election held.
On Tuesday evening, police raided the home and found the bus driver’s husband making meth.
Americans purchased homes at the fastest pace in nearly 11 years during November.
That, and other crime reported in Boardman.
Like the Ohio Attorney General’s lawsuit, Trumbull County alleges that opioid companies were deceptive in marketing.
A $2.5 million project is finished in Struthers, marking a new chapter for Aqua Ohio.
Prosecutors say he intervened in a number of incidents involving a woman he was having a romantic relationship with while he was DA.
Youngstown Mayor John McNally reflected on his successes and failures in office.
Volunteers screened almost 2,000 students from kindergarten through 4th grade at Taft Elementary School in Youngstown.
Police released photos of the person of interest in the case as well as a vehicle used by that person.
A Michigan company is recalling four varieties of its apples for possible listeria contamination.
The owner cited “business reasons” for the closure.
Three billion pieces of mail are expected to be shipped this week alone.
A major water line break interrupted water service at the Marc’s Plaza off Route 224 in Boardman.
Youngstown police found several gunshot holes in a house on the city’s south side.
Youngstown police are investigating after a woman said she was robbed near her car that was parked in her driveway.
The man at the center of a police chase, crash and then a manhunt is now in the Mahoning County Jail.
The children told officers that the man said he was going to get a gun, then pointed a laser at them, according to a police report.
The chamber recently explored options of moving its offices, but has decided to stay in downtown Youngstown.
This is the second “Pay It Forward” box the Danyi family has organized, where they say people can give what they can or take what they need.
Spartans football fans Bill and Karen Veri donated $120,000 toward the Boardman Stadium Project.
East Liverpool officers and the Columbiana County Drug Task Force raided the house, wearing heavy-duty HAZMAT suits.