Jeremy Britton, 17, scaled the JJC fence last Wednesday, leading police on a manhunt that lasted over 24 hours.
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Republicans in Ohio’s House of Representatives want to grant an additional $170 million to fight the state’s opioid crisis.
Robert Hobbs’ book, titled “Heroin: Living and Dying With an Addict You Love,” tells how he dealt with his son’s addiction.
9/11 Memorial Park in Austintown will soon be getting security cameras, along with more than $3,000 from local organizations.
Six people received the opportunity on Thursday to meet with Rep. Mike Kelly at his Sharon District office.
Ace Bail Bonding said Harold Travis skipped out on two bonds, totaling $150,000.
Trumbull County’s sheriff said, “I’ve heard over and over we can’t arrest our way out of it, well, we are going to try.”
Rand Fusselman bought Kuzman’s in mid-March. It will re-open as Rolling Mills in the coming months.
People rallied in downtown Youngstown on Saturday urging President Donald Trump to release his tax returns.
The man was spending his day off cleaning the house he just bought, which had been vacant before.
Three area school districts have levies that will appear on the ballot in May — requesting financial help for things from budget cuts to ne…
Crews found the elderly man inside of the North Beaver Township home.
The victim was found after crews put the fire out and searched the house.
Inspectors have found almost 24,000 safety defects along U.S. railroads that ship crude oil over the last two years.
Kasich is making a big push for employers and educators to join one another to prepare students.
Prosecutor Paul Gains said Assistant Prosecutor Marty Desmond lost his trust.
University leaders also hope adding sports will give the campus more of a “college feel.”
Police said four suspects have been arrested.
Originally, the town hall was for Valley Voices In Action to voice concerns to Sen. Rob Portman about health care.
The Columbiana County Educational Service Center says some local teachers still have concerns with what is on the tests.
Leetonia’s superintendent said urban schools are getting almost $500 more per child from the state than rural schools.
The school, which serves students with autism, will now have room for 50 more children.