Members of the Trumbull County Democratic Party will choose a new auditor for Warren this week.
Stocks are closing broadly lower in the U.S. as investors continue to grapple with Britain’s vote to leave the EU.
Hillary Clinton’s decision could have an impact on the Democratic party’s efforts to take control of the Senate.
The Supreme Court closes its term with major decisions upholding abortion access, easing public corruption laws.
The Police Department says items have been stolen from unlocked cars over the last few nights.
On Tuesday, Trump will also speak on Ohio University’s campus in St. Clairsville.
The Mahoning Valley Sanitary District mailed notices out to its customers about a failure to test for e. Coli in 2015.
When officers arrived, she told them she was shot in the heart.
The robber reportedly told the pastor, “Thank you Father, you will never see me again,” after stealing money at gunpoint.
Knight, who is in jail awaiting trial on an unrelated murder charge, was shot in the stomach, chest and left forearm.
Police said Worden was found unconscious in his vehicle on Parkman Road, and suspected heroin was found in his wallet.
Open interviews for Public Health Nurses will be held on Tuesday.
Primanti Bros. is bringing its Pittsburgh-born sandwiches to Niles this week.
Damages are estimated at $750,000.
There was one felony arrest for possession of prescription drugs and five traffic citations issued.
Volunteers from Huntington Bank spent Sunday at the Mahoning Valley Scrappers Game creating Kids Identi-kits for dozens of local children.
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Actor and activist Jesse Williams’ message for those who aren’t interested in equal rights for black people: Sit down.
The Prosecutor’s office said the inquiry was launched Monday as an accident investigation, not a terrorism investigation.