The Milton Township Police Department has placed Saltsman on administrative leave.
Union Secretary Chris Weaver said that firefighters’ main reason for rejecting the deal is health care.
Judges want to carry guns to court in some Ohio counties.
Police and a K-9 unit responded about 1:30 a.m.to a home on East Judson Street.
A YSU geology professor said the Ohio Department of Natural Resources was withholding information about a series of earthquakes near a Hilco…
The Boys and Girls Club is helping 35 students get one step closer to their dreams.
Work on the mural should begin by the end of the month.
The nurses will vote on the contract within the next few days.
Fred Martin Ford in Austintown presented Angels for Animals with a $12,000 check Wednesday afternoon.
The C.A.R.D. program is a free, five-week diversion program for kids ages 12 to 17 aimed at deterring inappropriate online behavior.
The cost to upgrade the county’s five 911 centers is more than $400,000 and that is just for the computers.
Local health experts claim there is no consistency in reporting infant mortality in Ohio.
The project is a joint effort between the city of Youngstown, Mahoning County and ODOT.
The suspect left with a few hundred dollars, according to police.
Martin is currently serving 21 years in federal prison for illegally possessing a weapon.
Emergency workers took one person to St. Elizabeth’s Hospital, according to a police dispatcher.
Hubbard police posted a photo of a man accused of groping a Walgreen’s employee, hoping someone will be able to identify him.
Three of GM’s four brands reported declines for the month.
Ohio workers are better educated but they are not necessarily making more money.