John Boccieri plans to introduce a bill that would make commissioners responsible for appointments to the Mill Creek Park Board.
In November, Joseph Reinthaler was indicted on charges that he refused to provide auto titles and pay off loans.
Ronald Magby is accused of trying to kill his girlfriend by attempting to set their north side home on fire.
The home could fall at any moment, based on the amount of damage done to it.
Ohio’s proposal would give city water systems just two days to alert residents about high lead readings.
Within two years, the Mahoning County 911 center will close and dispatchers will move to Austintown and Boardman.
The prosecution is asking for 36.5 years to life in prison when Jonathan Emerine is sentenced April 28.
The man’s neighbors told WKBN that they didn’t know Ramos well and that he didn’t talk much.
A witness said that shots sent people in the church’s pews ducking for cover.
The three have been suspended but not charged with any crime.
Luis Cruz Ramos was captured on Youngstown’s south side Friday following an extensive manhunt.
President Obama could use a recess appointment to install Judge Merrick B. Garland on the Supreme Court temporarily.
Multiple police agencies were involved in a chase overnight and a manhunt is now underway for the suspect.
Crews were clearing the scene of an accident at Market Street and U.S. 224 in Boardman around 10:30 p.m. Wednesday.
A spokesman for Chipotle noted the company has already started a pizza chain concept and an Asian food chain concept.
Robert Pace, hired by the City of Struthers as a consultant, said the city jail is outdated improvements to technology are necessary.
Police say Bass kicked in the front door of a home in the 1900 block of North Medford Avenue. She then challenged Smith to a fight.
Manufacturers use the plastic to line the inside of the metal cans and preserve food shelf life without a metallic taste.
It was first time Sheriff Richard Fuller met face to face with the youngest survivor of the Feb. 20 shooting rampage in the Kalamazoo area.
The company hired Rhea as a mechanic in March of 1966.
The cause of the crash remains under investigation.
One year after a tragic fire at a Powers Way home, the community gathered again at the site of the fire for a candlelit vigil.