A company official told WKBN its last day was Sunday.
Boy Scout Troop 46 took a canoe out along the Mahoning River.
The IHOP breakfast restaurant on Boardman Poland Road caught fire Sunday evening.
Donald Trump’s eldest son says he met with a Kremlin-linked lawyer shortly after his father clinched the GOP nomination.
A drug overdose call to a Niles home Sunday lead police to finding a child living in horrible conditions.
Authorities are trying to determine if a rape suspect was fatally shot by Akron police officers or killed himself.
Opening ceremonies for the fair are on Tuesday, but everyone was busy Sunday getting ready.
Hundreds of people filled the Butler Museum of Art Sunday afternoon for the opening of the Midyear Exhibition.
Sunday, Dr. Joseph Ohr’s family and friends remembered him with a benefit at The Brick House Tavern.
The workshop will be held on Tuesday at the Center for Physical Health in Canfield at 7 p.m.
The incident started as a fight at North Park Avenue and Washington Street around 9:20 p.m.
Staff members found 46-year-old Tom Dailey dead on the hotel floor. He co-owned Warren’s First Step Recovery in 2015.
Gregory Polanco hit a two-run homer in the sixth inning.
11-year-old Talia Grimaldi celebrated the birthday of her father Jason Grimaldi Saturday with a special balloon release.
A man was arrested early Saturday morning after refusing to turn down loud music multiple times and yelling profanities.
Danny Salazar will make a rehab start for the Scrappers at Eastwood Field at 7:05 p.m. against Brooklyn.
Three people were injured in two motorcycle accidents Saturday afternoon. This comes after several motorcycle crashes this week, including t…
The Benson’s daughter Bridget was born with CHARGE syndrome and she’s overcome many obstacles with Medicaid’s help.
The crash happened on Morrell Ray Road
The boil alert that affected some Hubbard and Masury residents has been lifted
According to the DOPJ Nikolaides received about $82,000 in benefits he knew he wasn’t entitled to.
Shawn Smith appeared in court for a seven-count indictment, including distributing drugs that resulted in the death of an Ashtabula woman.