Trumbull County has the most attorneys who were suspended Wednesday by the Ohio Supreme Court for not registering with the state.
Voters in Struthers will have to wait until November 14 to see if the outcome of the mayoral race there is valid.
The Salvation Army’s Red Kettle campaign kicked off Thursday in Youngstown.
The New Castle School of Trades wants the public to check out their facilities and how they work to place students in careers.
Empty the Shelters Day is this Saturday, November 7.
Jennifer Baun will be honored for her service to our country and towards other veterans.
The woman faces felonious assault charges.
Workers at the General Motors plant in Lordstown and across the U.S. are voting on a new labor contract Thursday.
Mark Munroe, chairman of the Mahoning County Board of Elections, said he does not believe the box was intentionally misplaced.
According to the lawsuit, Chesapeake falsely reported natural gas liquids were being sold at a steep loss, diminishing royalties to land own…
City administrators propose an Environmental Sanitation Enterprise Fund, an increase in residential sanitation fees to pay for demos.
Police did not immediately clarify what the posts contained.
About 150-200 people have taken to the streets of Greenville, in protest of the borough’s decision to close down Main Street.
City leaders said they needed that money to pay for police officers and firefighters.
Engineer Pat Ginnetti said this year’s price was around $60 per ton, roughly a third of what his office had to spend last year.
State Senator Joe Schiavoni said that while voters proved they’re not in favor of a monopoly running the growing and selling of pot, that th…
Tickets for the show will be refunded.
WYTV has been covering crime in and around the Mahoning Valley this November.
While trained experts fly the drones, the students can run the drone’s camera and use the footage for their projects.
The school plans to have a plan finalized in December.
In her order, Judge Maureen Sweeney ordered the house on Powers Way be torn down as soon as possible.
WYTV has been covering Issue 3 for months.
The band is working on an all-original album and hopes to have fans at two upcoming performances.
Youngstown voters made it close this time.
It was a renewal with a small increase.
Kevin Faucette is also charged with tampering with evidence.
The levy was rejected by 56 percent of the voters, according to unofficial voting results.
Voters rejected legal weed in Ohio and decided on a number of local races.
Three candidates, including an incumbent, were elected to Mercer County Commissioners’ seats.
Former Councilman Thomas Scarnecchia was selected as the new mayor of Niles.