WKBN.com has the latest on the 2015 general election.
Franklin said he is proud of partnerships he created and the improvements he has made in the city, all without raising taxes.
Nick Phillips beat out incumbent William VanSuch.
Early returns show the amendment going down by an approximately two-to-one margin.
Amy Novelli is painting a bright mural on a building at the corner of North Park Avenue and Scott Street Northeast.
Warren Twp. Police investigated the case, and Judge Ronald Rice set Nichols’ bond at $500,000.
State and local election results.
Elections officials in Ohio say they are expecting a 40 percent voter turnout on Tuesday.
A brief power outage will be scheduled for the east side of Newton Falls on Wednesday while an issue at a substation is addressed.
A 15-year-old male said he was shot while walking along a street on the southwest side of the city.
The charges follow an investigation by the FBI and state agencies.
A man reported missing from Struthers was found Tuesday afternoon.
A major player in console gaming is combining with an established player in the mobile gaming field.
The protesters dangled by ropes well into the fourth quarter.
Greta and her husband Stan want to thank everyone for their well wishes on the birth of baby Stanley.
The girl reported receiving the razor in a piece of bubble gum she received during a community event.
Even though it’s an off year, voter turnout has been higher than expected in many areas.
Animal Charity Humane Society is rebooting their program Pets for Vets for Veterans Day.
Love beef jerky and video gaming? A new business Warren targets customers who can’t get enough of either.
The suspect was indicted by a Mahoning County grand jury in October on charges that he had sexual contact with a 12-year-old child.