A slew of lawsuits have been filed against the office since 2013, including one asking for a probe of the office for improper spending.
Around 200 homeless people throughout Warren and Youngstown were bussed to the location off of Front Street.
The Democratic presidential candidate discussed public education and manufacturing jobs at a rally at M7 Technologies.
All proceeds from the event at O’Donold’s will benefit the St. Baldrick’s Foundation.
Firefighters discovered high carbon monoxide levels after responding to a call of a child passing out in the pool area.
Lewis VanHoose will replace Rob Conklin who has served as athletic director for eight years.
Thirteen people were taken to the hospital for treatment.
In Mahoning County, one out of every 11 voters requesting a Republican absentee ballot is actually registered as a Democrat.
The move to eat locally-grown produce continues to grow in popularity across the country, but what about drinking local?
All Sebring water customers are eligible to receive free bottled water, unless their residences or businesses have been tested as OK.
Joe Scarvell, 85, said he has no plans to retire from acting and directing at the Youngstown Playhouse.
A Warren man is facing charges after police said he came to another man’s house with a knife, yelling about “bad drugs” he received.
A New York talent scout, who worked with child actresses like Sarah Jessica Parker, gave tips for getting into the performance industry.
Wounded Warriors, upended by a recent scandal, was created after the events of September 11.
Two people were taken to the hospital for non-life-threatening injuries.
The property was previously owned by the Western Reserve Port Authority.
Police said they are not aware of a motive for the suspect but will continue to investigate.
This month, Elton John and Carrie Underwood are scheduled to play at the Covelli Centre, while ZZ Top will perform at Stambaugh.
A Warren Police officer announced the checkpoint Friday.
The winner of the Democratic primary on Tuesday goes on to face Republican Rob Allen in November.
Bruce Kirkland applied for benefits, saying that contaminated water near Camp Lejeune affected him.
Friday, 199 cases of water are headed to the Sebring Community Cetner, where water is distributed.