Mortgage rates have risen around a half a percentage point since September; brokers say it’s the highest rate in the last four years.
Experts say the number of overdoses in Mahoning County has dropped, largely due to the collaboration of counselors and police.
The city of Cortland wants to make their parks healthier for kids who play there.
Pennsylvania State Police are investigating a fire that destroyed a tractor-trailer full of meat.
A superintendent in Tuscarawas County is finishing up his gun training. He says when there’s a threat, it all comes down to time.
One of the worst we’ve seen so far is on Salt Springs Road in Youngstown.
They’ve been the setting for countless group pictures, but now the steps at Stambaugh Auditorium are cracked, chipped and separating.
The registered sex offender was formally arraigned in Franklin County Common Pleas Court on Tuesday.
Stephen Telego will be part-time, making $7,500 a year.
The school and police department think having a trusted officer students can turn to can keep them from reaching the point of violence.
Claudia Hoerig, with her two attorneys by her side, stood before Trumbull County Judge Andrew Logan.
Two parents complained last week, saying Coach Ron Moschella grabbed their daughter by the arm and pushed her in the back.
Bond was set at $30,000 for a man accused of sexually assaulting a relative.
Frank Hall chased the Chardon High School shooter, but he doesn’t think things would have ended differently if he had a gun.
A trial date has been set for April for a Youngstown teenager charged with murder.
That, and other crime reported in Youngstown over the past week.
Police said the suspect stole five packs of cigarettes from the store after telling a cashier that he had a gun.
Ready to get your career off the ground? Aviation maintenance and electronics technicians are in demand.
There have been a number of calls for tougher gun regulations and even banning certain types of firearms.
Police said the child’s mother hit a parked car in Giant Eagle’s lot and then lost consciousness.
Wallace Lewis appeared in a Mahoning County courtroom for sentencing on murder and tampering with evidence charges.
If you went to Lordstown Schools, mark your calendar for a big anniversary.