The Move Over Law is in place to protect troopers, but hundreds of them around the country are still hit by drivers breaking it each year.
Farmers National Bank CEO Kevin Helmick said it’s important to learn how to reduce your risk of a data breach.
When Smart was 14, she was kidnapped from her home and raped for nine months before being rescued.
Richard Schiff, Bradley Whitford, Joshua Malina and Mary McCormack will be in Boardman Saturday.
A development company bought the Metroplex Complex on Motor Inn Drive in March of 2015.
Wednesday, members of the Western Reserve Port Authority agreed to operate the facility for at least the next six months.
Chromium-6 is known to cause damage when it is breathed in or swallowed, such as lung cancer and liver damage.
The memorial includes 87 posts — one for each Department of Transportation employee who died since 1970.
The case went cold for 19 years but when detectives reopened it for the third time last year, they finally got a break.
Sean Astin will stop at Youngstown State University on Thursday, Sept. 22 to campaign for Hillary Clinton.
The 2016 Miracles and Promises Radiothon is underway and is broadcasting live from September 21 to September 23.
Willoughby Hills police say the child apparently fell early Wednesday from a window in an 11th story apartment.
Youngstown native and former lightweight boxing champion Boom Boom Mancini threw the first punch at the Cleveland Indians game.
Currie Elementary students had to be transported to another school, reigniting discussion about the levy for a new school.
Two weeks ago, CEO Krish Mohip released the first draft of his strategic plan for the district over the next three school years.
The historic Stambaugh Building will be transformed into a DoubleTree Hotel, set to open at the end of 2017.
Last year, the number of fatal overdoses in Ohio rose to more than 1,400.
Police are investigating the fire as arson.
Vincent Patierno, 15, authored “The Day to Day Revelation,” a book that discusses issues in society and how to treat people better.
Investigators said new DNA testing led to Sheetz, who was living in Utica, New York when he was arrested.