Don’t put yourself into needless danger by venturing out too soon or too late in the season.
The 2016 winter solstice started at 5:44 a.m. local time.
Police say the man was driving his girlfriend’s car and was able to make it back to her house and call 911 after the accident.
In the end, the board approved two abatement’s for businesses.
Garrett Ketchum showed up to his sister Adison’s fourth grade classroom to surprise her.
Hunter Wells didn’t see his first action of the season until Week 9, but has guided YSU to the National Championship.
Donations are down about $40,000 compared to last year.
There are only four more days of Christmas shopping but if you don’t have gifts yet, these stores have got you covered.
The Board of Control approved the loan during a special meeting Tuesday.
Students no longer have to rely on public transportation and will now be able to travel farther.
Police said the Alabama man was driving a pickup truck with the headlights off, weaving in and out of his lane.
The Youngstown City School District is looking into allegations that an employee assaulted an 8-year-old.
Megan Stevens is still about 400 toys short of her goal to bring holiday cheer to kids in the hospital.
Officers said the incident, which someone recorded and posted on social media, involved several minors.
According to newspaper reports in Virginia, the James Madison football program has suspended seven players ahead of the Jan. 7 championship …
Tuesday is the deadline to get your holiday packages shipped by first class mail if you want it to arrive by Christmas.
Is it okay to jump in and take off on cold mornings? Car experts have differing opinions.
The bill, which awaits Gov. John Kasich’s signature, also prohibits suspending students for skipping school.
Starting in January, YSU Professor Doctor Ronald Chordas will help facilitate a plan for improvement.
Parts of I-80 in Austintown, Liberty and Girard will be closed or restricted for pavement repairs.
Kelley Mills was selected as the 2017 Counselor of the Year State Representative. She’ll go to D.C. Jan. 4-6.
The committee’s aren’t yet formed, but the decision should speed up the selection process.