Republican Miles Karson defeated longtime Mercer County District Attorney Bob Kochems, who has held the position since 2008.
The 4.4-mill bond issue will allow the district to build a new K-8 facility.
The levy is the first that passed for operating money since 1991.
Former Councilman Thomas Scarnecchia, the Democratic nominee, was elected as the new mayor of Niles on Tuesday.
Nick Phillips beat out incumbent William VanSuch.
The Buckeye State failed to become the fifth in the United States to legalize pot.
Residents have spoken out about their concern of the area losing historical buildings, while others want old school buildings replaced.
Danny Thomas beat out incumbent Terry Stocker, Richard DeLuca and Richard Sheeler.
Franklin said he is proud of partnerships he created and the improvements he has made in the city, all without raising taxes.
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.
Elections officials in Ohio say they are expecting a 40 percent voter turnout on Tuesday.
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 brief power outage will be scheduled for the east side of Newton Falls on Wednesday while an issue at a substation is addressed.
A man reported missing from Struthers was found Tuesday afternoon.
Greta and her husband Stan want to thank everyone for their well wishes on the birth of baby Stanley.
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.
U.S. Marshals found him working at a business in Struthers on Monday.
Some results are arriving now.
Watch for slow and stopped traffic after the Route 711 exit.
27 First News viewers complained about the darkened bridge back in September.
Police are not saying if the incidents are related.
Mays has spent the past 3 seasons with the Panthers program, and leaves with a (5-25) overall record.
Colin Burdette was at Akron Children’s Hospital on Monday to present the hospital with a check for more than $8,000.
Damage included cutting down a totem pole, but no arrests have been made yet.
Status hearings were set on Thursday for Emery and on Nov. 19 for Thompson.