A delay in the Our Lady of Mount Carmel fireworks show last week in Girard was because of a conflict between a property owner and church fes…
The new Tri-Lakes Library in North Jackson opened Monday.
Officials at Mill Creek Metroparks have learned what caused dozens of fish to die in the Lily Pond.
A construction project on Route 534 in Bristol Township began Monday.
A Warren woman sneaked food and water to two malnourished dogs and a cat whose owner is facing criminal charges after leaving the pets outsi…
Ohio Gov. John Kasich is laying out the state's plan to speed up highway and bridge construction projects across Ohio.
A man who neighbors said told children he was Santa Claus was formally charged Monday with having child pornography after law enforcement ra…
A 23-year-old man is facing charges Monday for trying to kill a house full of people Saturday in Campbell.
A four-hour impaired driving checkpoint and saturation patrol in Goshen Township netted one arrest on Saturday.
A North Bloomfield man died late Sunday after a horse and buggy turned in front of the ATV he was driving in Ashtabula County.
A 32-year-old man was arrested Monday on suspicion of stabbing three women during an argument on Youngstown’s East Side.
Youngstown firefighters battled a string of fires beginning around 5:30 p.m. Sunday with the latest one erupting early Monday morning.
Monica Phillips of Youngstown is in the running to win 'Song of the Year' in a national contest.
Police responded to a call at the Rockford Village Public Housing Apartments around 8 p.m. Sunday.
The body of man found Friday in Center Township has been identified.
The Warren City Wide Youth Choir held a special performance at the Warren amphitheater on Sunday night.
A Ford Taurus went off the road, hit a tree and flipped.
Neighbors said they're still in shock after a violet explosion of gunshots Saturday afternoon left four people injured.
Five fire trucks arrived at the scene of a burning vacant home on the city's South Side Sunday afternoon.
Project organizers hope that a new website will continue to connect local farmers with local restaurants and consumers.