The levy will add services for seniors who need special services.
A man arrested in connection to an October shooting in Warren was indicted by a Trumbull County grand jury.
Strickland had a huge night last night, defeating his closest challenger, P.G. Sittenfeld and bringing in 65% of the Democratic votes.
The first donor breast milk bank in the western Pennsylvania region is opening in Pittsburgh.
Police are looking into a highway crash in Wisconsin that’s creating a lot of discussion on social media.
TMZ reports that in the documents, Fogle got jumped in the rec yard at Englewood prison in Colorado on January 29.
U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown and Sen. Rob Portman are weighing in on President Barrack Obama’s Wednesday Supreme Court nomination.
A Jackson-Milton PTA mom was sentenced for using the organization’s debit card for her personal use.
The mayor of Youngstown took the stand Thursday in the corruption trial of Youngstown attorney Martin Yavorcik.
The president told supporters his nominee “deserves a fair hearing, and an up-or-down vote.”
Police in St. Clair Township charged a man in connection to a Feb. 29 bomb threat made at a local Wal-Mart.
The faces and campaigns of the 2016 presidential primary election.
GOP officials grapple with whether to embrace the billionaire businessman or rally behind a longshot alternative.
A man was found shot to death outside of an apartment complex in New Castle.
President Obama names Merrick Garland his nominee for the next justice of the Supreme Court.
A woman driving home from work Wednesday found the body of a man lying in the road.
He touted increased voter turnout and a rise in new voters who have come out to support him.
Sanders lost Ohio, Florida and North Carolina to Democratic rival Hillary Clinton.
This is her third win on Tuesday.
Officials say a car plunged into the Ohio River after a massive pileup on a bridge leading from Kentucky to Cincinnati.
The latest round of water testing in the village of Sebring shows no lead levels above the EPA allowable level.
The Mahoning Board of Elections ran off 200 percent more Republican ballots than in previous elections.