Farrell City Council voted Wednesday night to create a civil service commission to seek a police chief.
Ohio State Representative Sean O’Brien, D-Bazetta, wants to better address drug treatment for pregnant women.
Mahoning Commissioners held their bi-weekly meeting near the Canfield Fair to mark opening Day.
WKBN is keeping you up-to-date on police activity in the Mahoning Valley.
Police revealed the results of DNA tests Thursday.
Police say the vehicle struck a utility pole along Route 305.
A store clerk in Masury was tied up while a suspect made off with cash from a business on South Irvine Avenue.
Nearly 90,000 pounds of sausage patties are being recalled after several people reported finding pieces of metal inside the patties.
Crews were called about 2 a.m. Thursday to a house in the 80 block of Sexton Street.
The accident happened Wednesday night on the ramp to Route 11 off of Route 305.
Those who did not receive an automated phone call are advised to call their school and make sure the paperwork is correct.
There hasn’t been a police officer in the building since 2007.
Ellsworth Street is now a one way street for dropoff and pickup.
All states from New Jersey to California hoped to remain fatality-free.
High temps are expected to be in the mid to upper 80s throughout the fair.
The move takes place next Wednesday at 9 a.m., but it should be seamless.
Trevor Hall faces felony charges including resisting arrest.
Officials told WKBN they’re catching up on paperwork.
Police have confirmed that Brooks has met missing 18-year-old Warren teen Alesha Bell, but have not determined if the remains are hers.
The openings come as thoroughbred racing season approaches.