The unique game raised money for the Springfield High seniors’ class trip to New York.
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A Boardman boutique is preparing for one of its busiest days next weekend.
Nearly 50 million turkeys will be eaten in the U.S. on Thanksgiving – 180 of those will come from Lamppost Farm in Columbiana.
While it still hasn’t sunk in, Jamael Tito Brown said he does have plans for the position he calls a “lifelong dream.”
At one point recently, Niles PD had only 27 policemen. But they’re now up to 34 officers — and will soon have 35.
Allen Smith, 81, has taken part in every parade since he started with the Trumbull Co. Sheriff’s Mounted Patrol Unit in 1970.
YSUscape, an association that aims to revitalize and beautify the city, has just finished its latest project.
Dominic Leone will be the next Struthers Municipal Court judge.
A meteorologist with the National Weather Service said tornadoes in November actually aren’t considered rare.
At an average of $2.64 per gallon, gas prices in Ohio are up 51 cents compared to last year. Check out the possible reasons why.
Richard Duffett and Don Dragish are vying for Canfield mayor in Tuesday’s election.
For both schools, the levies are renewals — and school leaders say cuts are inevitable if they aren’t passed.
Ryan Portela, a senior at YSU, said having a Veterans Resource Center made all the difference for him.
It took about 25 minutes for all the police cars to make their way out of the Girard High School parking lot.
Calling hours were held Saturday afternoon at Covelli Centre for Girard police officer Justin Leo.
Saturday night, David and Pat Leo got the news that no parent wants to hear.
Hundreds packed the Girard High stadium to remember Justin Leo, 31, shot and killed on duty Saturday night.
A blue wreath and a candle sit outside of the Girard Police Department to honor late officer Justin Leo.
A man says he recently found him and his wife’s wedding picture covered in mud, sitting in a box at the cemetery.
The grad was back in town to donate some of the devices to Poland High School.
Thomas Jacobs, Rick Hernandez and Jeffrey Rowlands are vying for a Hubbard Township Trustee seat this November.
Even at 108, Thelma Thorton still has her wit, saying she “stopped counting” her many years