Police said the man admitted to exposing himself to several others over the last several weeks.
Around 3:25 p.m., a man entered the bank on Broadway Street wearing a hat, dark clothing and rubber gloves.
Organizers from the Road to Recovery nonprofit group said Monday that the $900,000 settlement is “disrespectful.”
Crews are working Tuesday to repair two broken water lines in Campbell.
FEMA offers downloadable emergency plans for parents and kids.
Yellow Brick Place, an agency that offers support and services for cancer patients and their families, is celebrating its one year anniversa…
Frank Crash was found stabbed multiple times inside his Hempfield Twp. home in July 2013.
Police and the NAACP are investigating the incident.
Village council approved to spend over $5 million on improvements to the water lines, sewer lines and pump station.
The building will be ready for the start of school in 2018.
Donald V. Clark’s father told story after story to a crowd of 125 people about his son, who gave his life for his country.
Things Remembered, a gift shop where customers can personalize items, is hosting a job fair on Saturday from 9 a.m. to noon.
Scores on this year’s standardized testing report cards are expected to go down.
Large metal pipes that fell from the trailer blocked the right lane, which was closed for about six hours Monday.
The car rolled over onto its side, coming to rest in a wooded area on the side of the road.
The high school is 100 years old and the two elementary schools were both built in the 1960s.
The 2016-2017 deer hunting season begins September 24.
Students from the university’s police academy took turns reading names of the victims.
There has already been more than a dozen fights at Youngstown’s East High School since the semester started 3 weeks ago.
The congressman’s book, “A Mindful Nation,” discusses easy ways to reduce stress and improve oneself.