Thirteen out of 16 new child booster seat models sold in 2017 have earned IIHS’s highest rating.
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Doctors say the moment a person stops smoking, the potential for a better outcome goes up.
It’s the American Cancer Society’s way of getting people to stop smoking by using this date to quit or at least starting a plan to quit.
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November is one of the most dangerous times of the year for crashes involving deer in Ohio.
Warren city residents will have a chance Wednesday to make their voices heard on the city’s comprehensive plan.
A mother and daughter in Columbiana embarked on a unique journey battling a disease that affects so many women.
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In just about a week and a half, kids around the Valley will dress up in costumes and go trick-or-treating.
A local financial expert has a few tips that could help you stay on track throughout your career.
Breast cancer is a wide spread disease that knows no boundaries and does not discriminate.
One local user said now there is no excuse for texting and driving.
A federal loan program offered at 1,500 schools is set to expire at the end of the month, unless Congress extends it.
This year’s high school seniors have new guidelines to follow in order to graduate.
Incorporating business with creativity is happening inside a classroom at Columbiana High School.
Almost 4,500 people die each year by suicide, making it the 10th leading cause of death in the U.S.
“We just want them to feel as though men in the community really, really, truly care about them as students and as people,” said community a…
Wilson’s family said he suffered from seizures, but the family of the victim said he should have been taking medication.
Data thieves are getting more sophisticated, but the technology to combat them is getting better, too.
The Workshop addresses the pathway to addiction and the special needs of families who have suffered a loss through drug abuse.