If all audit recommendations are implemented, the district’s projected ending fund balance would increase from approximately $304,000 in fis…
The district received a grant from the Ohio EPA to purchase 14 new buses fueled by propane.
Prosecutors originally charged him with murder.
The employee said she wanted the investigation to be state-led and independent.
The information includes names, card numbers and postal and email addresses from about 100,000 transactions between Jan. 20 and Aug. 11.
Heavy rains Wednesday and early Thursday have flooded many areas across the Valley.
A tentative deal was reached last week between hospital administrators and the negotiating team for the East Liverpool Nurses Association.
Voters approved a charter amendment in 2012 to have the lines redrawn, which is actually supposed to be done every 10 years following the ce…
Home Depot also will be donating a wooden dog house for use by Gino’s handler when he takes his partner home at the end of their shift.
Attendees received free information on health care and home services available in the Mahoning Valley.
Humane Officer Robin Stowe said despite the circumstances the old dogs were kept in, they can be taught new tricks.
Despite criticism of what some say is a militarization of local police, authorities said the surplus gear actually helps reduce the chances …
Community members met to talk about what they would like to see happen to properties when vacant houses are demolished.
Local businessman Sebastian Rucci is moving past his Go-Go days and entering the hotel business just in time to accommodate racino guests.
The fire broke out around 4 p.m. Wednesday behind the now-vacant Metroplex building.
Authorities said Gabriel Bonish would rent heavy equipment from businesses, sell it for pennies on the dollar and then leave town.
The government unveiled a new vehicle recall checker tool and also announced two food recalls on Wednesday.
Click here for a list of area churches participating in tonight’s Faith on the Move prayer vigils in support of Ferguson, Mo.
The man was wanted in Lucas Co., Ohio.
Neely resigned Tuesday, citing personal reasons.