Students and parents say they feel a prom dress policy at Newton Falls High School is a form of body shaming.
You only have a certain amount of time to clean up the mess before mold starts forming.
Court records say the defendant talked to an undercover officer posing as a teen girl about meeting for sex.
Skeins will be sentenced on January 31.
As a local county engineer said, “They’re everywhere.”
The AT&T Call Center on South Avenue is hiring 20 additional workers.
Police said Phillips admitted to taking the pipes to support his drug habit.
The Regional Chamber’s Board of Directors has named six new members, as well as officers, for 2017.
Police are now trying to determine how long the woman has been getting free water.
Police said the standoff was promoted by a woman at a gas station yelling that the man was trying to rape her.
Family-owned Zambelli International Fireworks blamed poor record-keeping on its failure to detect the theft.
The recall involves three different models.
The forum will include a presentation and information about the heroin epidemic.
Radon in a home can put your family at risk, and we have a lot of it in Ohio.
With up to two inches of rain falling in the last 24 hours, many areas are still waiting for water to go down.
Tax season is here, and this year there’s a lot of talk about whose tax refund will be delayed.
The ramp is expected to be closed all day as the water levels recede.
EMS regionalization has been on the rise, and is now up for discussion in four Mahoning County townships.
The owner of Fire Grill on State Street said the restaurant has closed.
Police said a bust at a W. Myrtle Avenue home in December revealed several drugs and drug tools.
Police said Joseph DiGiacomo broke into the Washing Well laundromat on Youngstown-Poland Road in Boardman.
George Krinos pleaded guilty to bilking investors out of money he said was being used for startup businesses.