A bailout is being proposed for Ohio’s two nuclear plants that would end up increasing rates for FirstEnergy customers in Ohio.
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Heidi Daniel’s new position is to the library world what managing the Yankees is to the world of Major League Baseball.
Kirsten Adkins, 26, surrendered to police and appeared in Niles Municipal Court Monday morning.
The fatal crash occurred Sunday at 1 p.m. on State Route 208 in Washington Township, east of Shaw Road.
Police received 17 reports in New Middletown Village over the weekend of cars being broken into.
The 124-year-old Pennsylvania fireworks business will pay a $200,000 penalty.
The plan includes a new ramp, road widening, and a roundabout.
Three adults were arrested and charged with weapons violations and two juveniles were arrested and charged for rioting.
According to the police report, a man wearing a blue “Duke” sweatshirt, a gray “Carhartt” hat and jeans is the suspect.
A sobriety checkpoint was held on Mahoning Ave. and Howard St. in Austintown between 10:30 p.m. and 1:30 a.m.
One checkpoint will be held from 8-10 p.m. on State Route 193 in Liberty.
Spencer was arrested after his girlfriend told police that he purposefully crashed into a pole while she was in the car.
The class on Tuesday is canceled due to the pending winter storm.
Dr. Scott Gottlieb is no stranger to the FDA — he served as a deputy commissioner under former President George W. Bush.
The Pennsylvania Department of Revenue is warning residents of a new phishing scam, targeting human resource and payroll employees.
The outbreak has been linked to soft, raw milk cheese made by Vulto Creamery.
The popular electronics convenience store has announced bankruptcy for the second time.
Richard Cordray is the director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, created in 2010 in the wake of the worst financial crisis since…
The POTUS Shield group formed shortly after the presidential election and visits a different city each month.
Interviews will be held from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Appointments for weekday afternoons can be scheduled by calling 1-866-747-1041.
An Illinois pet food company is expanding its recall of dog food due to possible contamination with a euthanasia drug.