Gov. John Kasich signed the medical marijuana bill into law, but patients shouldn’t expect to get it from dispensaries here anytime soon.
The bill, which comes as a result of the crises in Sebring and Flint, Michigan, adds new requirements for Ohio’s water systems.
The section of Route 11 under Interstate 80 in Austintown Township opened early Thursday.
Mayor Terry Stocker recommended a wage increase for all department heads, but city council only passed it for one of them.
Janet Rizer-Jones has been the interim treasurer since Robert Swauger resigned in May.
The victim said a woman approached him and started talking with him, when a man began hitting and choking him from behind.
The Mahoning County Children Services Board decided, based on two years of study, that foster families are better for kids than group homes.
Throughout the month of July, the county will be thanking men and women who served our country by bringing dogs and veterans together.
Investigators are looking for a man that police said committed an aggravated robbery on E. Avondale Avenue in Youngstown.
Investigators are asking for information on the whereabouts of a man charged with an assault of a woman in Warren.
Columbiana County’s mental health board is teaming up with Help Hotline to bring people with mental illness together.
A woman living next to the property on E. Midlothian Boulevard was late for work. If she hadn’t been, she said she could have been crushed.
Danny Lee Hill was convicted in the attack, rape and murder of 12-year-old Raymond Fife in Warren in 1986.
Staff at Chad Anthony’s and Magic Tree Pub in Boardman say the games have brought good business.
WKBN 27 First News was at the Rescue Mission of the Mahoning Valley on Wednesday for its Caring Rescue Mission Day.
The WKBN Caring for Our Community campaign – led by volunteers from Dunkin’ Donuts and Window World spent their lunch time serving others at…
The golf course hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony Wednesday morning for the new leaderboard and South Course Tent.
The new law lets licensed groceries and restaurants sell up to four bottles of takeout wine per customer.
A community open house will take place from noon until 2 p.m. Saturday, June 11 at the business’s Niles location.
The church was dedicated on June 8, 1926.