Crumbling stands at six of Youngstown’s parks will need demolished because they are eyesores and unsafe.
After a search of Ohio Liquidation, the officer said he found three potted marijuana plants and equipment used to grow it.
Investigators said evidence of illegal activity was found at the site of where the remains were discovered,
The Task Force wants to remind people that checkpoints are not designed to punish drivers, but to educate the public.
The county is trying to figure out what to do after arbitrators ruled in favor of the contractors, Marucci and Gaffney.
Brittany Szwedko, 27, was jogging in Fowler Township last winter when a drunk driver hit and killed her.
As many as 25,000 soldiers were tested by unqualified medical personnel, and some of those vets are from Trumbull County.
Pennsylvania now has the tenth highest surcharge in the country. Previously, it had been tied with Ohio as the 23rd highest.
They denounced the Republican presidential nominee for his comments about supporters of the Second Amendment preventing Hillary Clinton from…
Lincoln Avenue will be closed to through traffic between Wick and Fifth avenues, beginning Thurs
A truck got stuck in the sinkhole on Steel Street at Butler Avenue.
Anti-Portman ads also are filling Ohio airwaves in one of 2016’s most expensive election contests.
Police say Ferrebee was drunk when he hit Jorge Guartan, who was crossing the street near Mill Creek Park.
Both the man and the alleged attacker were taken to the hospital for injuries, police said.
Lowellville Police Chief Rick Jamrozik’s ex-girlfriend complained that he assaulted her and ignored previous orders to leave her alone.
What you should know when it comes to the treat of flooding in your area.
Crews were called to a home on Main Market Road in Parkman Township for a 45-year-old man who was overdosing on heroin.
The victim hit a tree trunk and hit his head on a rock after falling in Mahoning Township.
The city is considered a “food desert” because of the limited availability of fresh produce.
Tuesday’s meeting lasted over two hours, leaving community members wondering what the board actually accomplished.