Some homeowners worry about too much rain, and whether the sewers can handle it.
Sixty-two-year-old Deborah Cassini, of New Castle, pleaded guilty in August.
Police say when the nurse told the man he could hurt the woman, he replied, “Good.”
Crews try to prioritize which roads need repairs before others, but officials said complaints are added into the mix as well.
ODOT plans an estimated $1.2 million dollar construction project to address issues at Tibbetts Wick Road and U.S. Route 422.
A vigil is scheduled to honor the life of Cody Pitts who was shot and killed in Hubbard last weekend.
Lawmakers acknowledge this is a temporary fix and said they hope they will have more of a permanent solution with the new tests.
Youngstown Deputy Director of Public Works Charles Shasho said some people have a higher chance of having a flooded home.
A tree caught the car and kept it from crashing down the full 150 feet of the hillside.
The suspect also said he had a bomb, according to police.
The YSU College Democrats sent a letter to Ohio Gov. John Kasich urging him to reconsider the closing of the Youngstown Development Center.
More than 70 percent of U.S. students who graduate with a bachelor’s degree leave with more than $28,000 in debt.
A contract to have Trumbull County Engineer Randy Smith run both departments could be approved by commissioners on Wednesday.
All-Star Driving School offered some tips for driving during pothole season, especially for teenagers who are still learning the rules of th…
Ghossain’s Gourmet Mediterranean Foods is one of 10 small businesses in the running.
The Mahoning County Sheriff’s Office rounded up a number of unregistered sex offenders Tuesday.
Sheriff Jerry Greene said that local compliance with sex offender registry laws is better than the state average.
Summit County Sheriff Steve Barry called the case a significant seizure, possibly one of the largest ever in the county.
Officers said they got multiple private messages thanks to social media.
The CCA notified the State Department of Corrections.