Two people were taken to the hospital late Sunday night after driving off a closed exit ramp off of Interstate 80.
Carrie Seachrist has a severe case of Lyme Disease that went undiagnosed for two years.
An Akron company is interested in building a medical marijuana growing facility at Castlo Industrial Park.
Tickets went on sale Saturday to see the Zac Brown Band at Stambaugh Stadium on Aug. 24.
They’re hoping to get enough signatures before July 5 so a constitutional amendment can be on the ballot this November.
People gathered in Austintown on Sunday for the Korean War Veterans Memorial Ceremony.
Several Ohio government websites were apparently hacked Sunday to broadcast an anti-government message.
Sunglasses from your doctor, not a gas station, are better for your eyes because they provide real protection from the sun.
Reggae Fest in Youngstown will begin at 2 p.m. this Saturday. Nine performers are expected to play.
After police were called and the man’s body was searched, nothing suspicious was found on his person.
Saturday was the final night for the Cortland Street Fair.
Departments have been using and sharing new technology to help conduct these searches.
Food 4 Your Soul president Michelle White cooks the meals each month and uses her own money to buy games for kids.
Organizers say they’re running out of room in the pound and desperately want to find a home for every dog.
The Emerald Diner re-opened its doors on May 3 after shutting down in 2012 when a fire destroyed the business.
The store manager says the man got away with nearly $2,000 worth of iPhones.
Youngstown Police Chief Robin Lees confirmed two people have been arrested in connection with the death of a 24-year-old woman.
That, and other crimes reported in Girard.
Thousands of classic cars, muscle cars, hot rods, street rods and motorcycles will be on display all weekend long at the Canfield Fair.
Dr. Mike Sevilla from the Family Practice Center of Salem has some important reminders about keeping safe in pools and with fireworks this s…
After winning the state crown, Deneen Penn, of Cortland, is now competing in her first national competition.
Police said each woman got into the vehicle driven by an undercover officer and asked for money in exchange for sex.