A town hall meeting begins at 6 p.m. Wednesday at the McDonough Museum of Art.
Residents in the area are hoping a plan to solve the problem comes together quickly.
When a police pursuit reached speeds of 70 mph., police say they broke off their pursuit
Boccieri said nothing is appropriated to the base for next year; rather, the legislature is planning to give money to a curling club and pup…
The NAACP voiced concerns over the failure to provide African American family outreach brochures, as well as canceling the academic awards.
Westminster Presbyterian Church is hosting their 60th annual book sale starting Wednesday.
Lordstown Local Schools Superintendent Terry Armstrong said 175 water samples were taken and several sinks showed elevated levels of lead.
The eastbound entrance ramp to the Ohio Turnpike at Interchange 216 will close Wednesday, April 27 and remain closed until November 2016.
The H.C. Mines Intermediate, Glen Primary, Howland Springs and North Road school buildings all tested positive for lead in the water.
A judge set his bond Tuesday at $55,000.
The latest unofficial election results in Pennsylvania.
Students who are enrolling in college, joining the career field or enlisting in the military all took part in TCTC’s Signing Day event.
The fire was reported at 5:20 p.m. at 12983 Green Beaver Rd., according to the Beaver Township Fire Department.
Birds in Flight Sanctuary said the disease, which is contagious and can be deadly to squirrels.
There are 64 job openings a year in the region for general and operations managers, making it one of the top 20 growing and in-demand career…
Mercer Elementary and Middle schools, as well as a daycare in New Castle, were locked down as police searched the areas.
It was reported that the robber had no weapon but slipped the bank teller a note and made off with cash.
In addition to presidential candidates, voters will also decide hotly contested Democratic primary races for U.S. Senate and state attorney …
The Ohio House in Columbus had its first hearing on the bill Tuesday afternoon.
Anyone with information is asked to call Liberty police at (330) 759-1315.