The company offered to repair a Boardman woman’s home after she says she paid Ohio Restoration, and the work wasn’t finished.
However, new records are created faster than the county can convert them, so the paper is piling up in a huge backlog.
Some local leaders wonder whether the Valley could take a hit for Ryan’s challenge against Democratic House leadership.
The pavilion hasn’t seen any major repairs in 35 years, Youngstown CityScape says.
Investigators have identified the man found dead outside of the Progressive Club in Youngstown.
YSU cited increasing enrollment, high test scores and strong financials as reasons for Tressel’s continued employment.
Police said there were no signs of forced entry into the building.
Sen. Joe Schiavoni said the bill is in response to HB-70, which he says gives a CEO too much power in school decisions.
Police said Kowal and his girlfriend used the drug Molly, and Kowal began yelling and punching a house on Longwood Avenue.
Sheriff Greene says the Sheriff’s Office would never solicit payment for any type of fines over the phone.
Three prisoners from the Mahoning Valley will be released from federal prison Thursday under an order from President Obama.
There is no federal aid for buying diapers, but diaper banks are filling in the gap.
The real estate inventory in the Valley is at an all-time low.
There is a forest growing at the Eastwood Mall Complex, but the trees are all indoors for the holidays.
The initial call came in as a vacant house fire.
The 400-pound black bear has been hanging around the Heights Manor apartment complex on N. Shady Lane Drive.
Valley Congressman Tim Ryan says that Democrats are now talking about issues that affect the middle class in places like Youngstown.
The House could vote on the bill, to upgrade airplanes at the Air Reserve Station, on Friday with the Senate taking a vote next week.
The state senator is scheduled to speak at up to five holiday parties in the next two weeks and introduce himself.
Investigators hope someone will be able to identify the suspect, who they say was wearing a distinctive striped hoodie.
County budget requests are up about $10 million from last year, and the auditor says the county can’t fund those increases.
Eleven people filed complaints, claiming the Ohio Restoration Group took initial payments and never finished work on their roofs.