Gilbert Skeins, Jr. was convicted of rape and gross sexual imposition charges earlier this month.
Local health officials are stressing the importance of early treatment for flu-like symptoms.
The final score was Columbiana 98, Lisbon 97.
Due to the severity of the winter storm, PennDOT is temporarily reducing the speed limit on several roadways in the region.
The focus is on new technology but there are no hard lines about what the new concepts can be.
The snow is expected to continue throughout the morning and road conditions could change.
Budget cuts and five failed levies have made it difficult to pay for the upkeep of Bazetta Township Park.
Police arrested the three men found inside the home less than 24 hours prior and charged them with possession of drug paraphernalia.
Democrats say Trump’s executive order targets Muslims and is unethical, but Republicans argue it will keep America safe.
Tony Wells, 25, was found dead on Main Avenue NW in December of 2014.
Miralene Dawson, of Warren, doesn’t feel like a hero but when her neighbor’s house caught on fire Saturday, she jumped into action.
Stolen commercial equipment was found at two farms in Mahoning County. Investigators said the items were being sold for cash.
A new presidential administration and the fate of the Affordable Care Act have some asking questions about how to file.
Positions are full time and start at $11 per hour, with paid training and overtime.
Price is facing several charges, including assault on a police officer, after a traffic stop on Friday night.
Macauley was the first person in Trumbull County to plead guilty to felony animal abuse under “Goddard’s Law.”
The Columbiana County Sheriff’s Office said the murder-suicide investigation is now closed.
A $2 million renovation of the Best Western Park Hotel, located on Courthouse Square, was completed in 2014.
There are 315 international students enrolled at YSU, and seven are from countries named in Trump’s executive order.
The semi jackknifed about 8:25 a.m., north of Route 305 in Johnston Township.
Prices in Ohio have dropped from an average of $2.35 a month ago.
Several agencies in the area depend on the results to pinpoint different needs.