A sample of the milk showed it did not meet pasteurization requirements.
Kimble said, despite the YEA and Judge D’Apolito not approving her choice for the distress commission, she is sticking with Carol Staten.
The man was arrested after the Boys and Girls Club of Youngstown reported a suspicious man was asking questions about volunteering there.
A fundraising campaign has raised $8.6 million, just more than half the $17 million goal.
Cedarcreek is owned by New Beginnings Care, LLC, the same company that owns Campus Health Care in Liberty, which shut down Friday.
Police have applied for a warrant for Edward Tremmel’s arrest, charging him with criminal homicide.
Police said the raid uncovered 4 grams of heroin, 15 grams of crack cocaine, digital scales, multiple cell phones and $1,500 in cash.
The judge has not yet ruled on this latest motion.
They were protesting for a dog they nicknamed “Charlie.”
A group has banded together in Wellsville to save the town’s mascot.
Doctors advise pregnant travelers to consider changing plans if heading to areas south of the U.S.-Mexico border.
Three suspects were charged after police say they broke into a Niles drug store Thursday night.
Butler is upset with his regional office and is making changes to the agency’s standard operating procedure with hard deadlines.
New baked goods will hit McDonald’s menus at many stores in Northeast Ohio.
Doctors say there haven’t been as many cases of flu this winter in Ohio.
Lake Milton mom is accused of making purchases for clothes, gas and groceries.
A car and plow truck collide in Hamden Township, sending the car into a wooded area.
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The Sebring water crisis has made national television news and is now mentioned in network and syndicated programming.
The Wayne Township fire chief says a grease fire likely sparked a blaze that burned down a popular western Pennsylvania tavern.