The Weather Service said a very weak tornado touched down in Hartford Township on Thursday.
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Police said they were targeting an area known as “Area 51” on Warren’s northeast side.
The MyCap employment skills and training program gets applicants job-ready.
With many streets closed and others filled with bumps, people in wheelchairs have to rethink their routes.
There are three bills before the state legislature to address Ohio’s truck driver shortage.
The new Ohio law gives boards of election the chance to invalidate local proposals if they don’t follow state law.
Bricklayers are craftsmen who lay bricks to construct brickwork to build walls, houses and other structures.
The Church is covering approximately 80 parishes with 135 priests in the six-county diocese. In the 1960s, there were 300 active priests.
Everyone is looking for answers to explain the deaths of three people in Warren Thursday night.
Police said two were pronounced dead at the scene Thursday night and a third died at the hospital on Friday.
After John Bove was caught last May following a police chase in Sharon, a detective said Bove told him he stabbed the 13-year-old to death.
The target of a one-month investigation was home when police showed up but he has not yet been arrested or charged.
Truck drivers hit the open road with a feeling of freedom and financial security.
“We’re pretty proud of our neighborhood and when somebody does something like this, we get upset,” Bill Watson said.
The Rich Center hosted a “Transitions in Autism from Preschool to Adulthood” Conference on Friday.
Tuesday’s rally for President Donald Trump made a big impression on a 12-year old boy from Canfield.
Source Products in Youngstown has been busy putting together protection kits for the Youngstown Police Department.
The CEO of a Columbiana County business talked to the president yesterday about how government regulations have affected them.
Workers must have an in-depth understanding of blueprints and understand the proper order to building parts.
Over 2,000 signatures were submitted Monday to get a drinking water protection Community Bill of Rights on the November ballot.
Kasey Mikes, who is battling an inoperable brain tumor, wanted to meet WKBN’s Paul Wetzl and Rich Morgan.
Penelope Hazimihalis lives in Campbell but has family living in Kos, which was hit by a major earthquake on Friday.