Boardman Township Fire Department shares safety tips to keep your family safe around the holidays and winter months.
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More than 30 businesses participated in the event so customers could experience what they have to offer.
The yellow labs have been passed over by several people for two reasons: they need to be adopted together and they were born blind.
McNally said the programs can help people break the cycle of violence in the city.
McNally was among the 62 U.S. mayors who signed the letter.
A number of food banks across the Keystone State could be affected if no budget is passed.
Boardman Police said the Thanksgiving weekend is one of the department’s busiest nights, especially with people visiting family in the area.
State lawmakers have been arguing over budget details since late June.
The Pa. House voted for a bill that would close all 600 state liquor stores and create 1,200 permits to sell wine and liquor.
If passed, the law could prevent officers from being named during an investigation when they use their weapon or force.
Some lawmakers want to keep refugees out of the U.S., citing safety concerns, while others welcome them.
According to a Lisbon village ordinance, signs must be a certain type and are not supposed to be perpendicular to the building.
According to the Ohio State Highway Patrol, an SUV drove left of center on State Route 344 and struck an oncoming SUV head on.
Lepore-Hagan and Schiavoni are working to get the bill heard by committees in the House and Senate to make sure the ‘Youngstown Plan’ has a …
The line could bring clean drinking water to places like Newton Falls, West Farmington and Southington.
Four servicemen’s ashes were buried at America’s Cemetery.
At the height of the fire, flames and smoke were shooting into the air and multiple explosions occurred
The lithium fire cannot be extinguished with water. The fire is burning at the west end of dock two.
Ruby Queen, a 99-to-1 long shot, was supposed to run in the race. But did she?
A local prison is preparing its inmates for everyday life in an attempt to break the cycle of incarceration.
A former staff member with a Warren school was in court Friday to answer charges that he assaulted a fifth grade student.
Ohio could become the fifth state in the U.S. to legalize marijuana, when voters head to the polls to decide on Issue 3 Tuesday.