The group called the “Pence Resistance March” said 212 people participated in the protest during Grove City’s commencement.
More than 100 people participated to raise money for Purple Heart Chapter 606.
Dr. Mike Sevilla from Family Practice Center of Salem has had a lot of patients ask questions about the topic.
A new business now owns what was once the old Westinghouse Electric Corp. plant in Sharon, Pennsylvania.
Donald James Baier, 89, was found by the St. Clair Township Police around 3 p.m. in his car.
Vice President Mike Pence is in Grove City Saturday for his commencement speech at Grove City College.
A boil alert issued on Thursday has been lifted as of Saturday morning.
Pence is the highest-ranking official to ever speak at the college.
WKBN 27 First News crews on the scene said the frame is all that’s left of one of the buildings.
It’s been almost 20 years since Kent State Trumbull and Penn State Shenango had an athletic program. This will be Eastern Gateway’s first.
There could be some headaches for drivers in Mercer County this summer as they’re forced to rework their routes.
Even though business is doing well at Karma Korn Poppery’s current location on W. Liberty Street, the owner hopes its new spot will lead to …
The Ohio Turnpike thinks the garden — filled with flowers and plants native to the state — will help spread Ohio’s natural wonder.
Eighteen months ago, Bauman came up behind a bicyclist, cut him off and caused him to crash into his pickup truck.
Exterminators say two types of insects are even more common this time of year.
Tests results have come back showing an inmate suspected of overdosing did have opiates in his system.
Police said surveillance video showed Monac kicking a door and hitting the window with a telephone.
In total, there are about 500 workers on strike just in the Youngstown area but from New York to California, this strike is happening nation…
Administrators said enrollment for the spring semester this year was about 6,300, but that is expected to jump to 11,000 this fall.
Michael Kukonik’s addiction to heroin started after an injury while serving in Afghanistan.
Investigators said about 24.5 grams of suspected heroin and 27 grams of suspected crack cocaine were found in the home.
If you drove past the Dunkin’ Donuts in Austintown, you may have noticed some flashing lights. But, it wasn’t what you’d expect.