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A medical advancement is revolutionizing and modernizing the common procedure.
The area of Warren and Howland known as the Golden Triangle received improvements to waterlines and roads — but it’s not done yet.
Not even the Grinch or a slowdown could stop Christmas and the GM workers have proved that point again.
Tyson was able to free himself from a leash on Wednesday and run away from the clinic’s property.
The colder weather brings to mind a few things you need to be prepared for and take care of.
Austintown and Liberty townships, along with the City of Girard, will experience a few traffic pattern changes.
Every school teaches drug education. Now, Boardman schools are taking a new approach.
Additive manufacturing can make nearly anything your mind can dream up.
Some still raking leaves are frustrated but others are taking advantage of the 50-degree temperatures to decorate.
The body is that of an unidentified man less than 50 years old, investigators said.
WKBN spoke to the company in May about its plans.
While firefighters were busy battling flames, the community was organizing another kind of help.
America Makes is trying to improve the efficiency of plane parts and address challenges the Air Force faces.
Working for a call center is a career decision that comes with longterm benefits.
The electricity went out Monday morning, disrupting a Warren neighborhood.
Bob Schaeffer — the Sheriff’s Senior Services Coordinator — gets referrals from agencies, telling them who could use a meal.
Guy Coviello, of the Regional Chamber, said available jobs range from entry-level to CEO positions.
Think of it this way — for every 100 cars you see on the road for Thanksgiving, at least three of them weren’t there last year.
Water went into the gas line, and crews had to fix that as well.
The non-profit was the only one in Ohio to receive an award through the Department of Labor’s TechHire Initiative.
The department received a report that someone on the app solicited a child for nude photographs.