Two women are facing several charges after a traffic stop in Campbell.
When firefighters arrived on the scene, the house was engulfed in flames.
The deadline to request an absentee ballot is noon on Nov. 1.
The officer said he felt a tug on his holster.
Among the stranger items on display are a jar of peanut butter and a cast-iron skillet.
A Colombiana County woman with a rare condition received some help in her home on Saturday from a Pittsburgh group.
Beaver Creek Wildlife Education Center in East Liverpool got a visit from a few feathery friends on Saturday.
The Mercer County Health Department tested how prepared it is for an outbreak of an infectious disease.
The annual festival kicked off the university’s Hispanic Heritage Month program.
One of the goals was self-employment, so people with intellectual and developmental disabilities can make a pay check
Dogs, turtles and a fish were blessed Saturday morning at Saint Patrick’s Church as part of Feast of Saint Francis.
Ohio State Highway Patrol troopers arrested a man early Saturday morning following reckless driving and a failed sobriety test.
State Route 5 in Braceville Township is scheduled to re-open.
State campaign finance filings Friday showed how much Kasich raised for the month but not how much he spent.
Businesses were negatively affected by construction on Route 224 near Interstate 680.
Anthony and Ronnie Napolitan are world class BMX riders from Youngstown.
Plans for the new library have been in the making for nearly 10 years.
One of the Hubbard football players injured in an ATV accident two weeks ago is now at home recovering.
More than 50 representatives from businesses in the Valley examined their concerns about possible marijuana regulations in the workplace.
After a four-wheeler accident the weekend of Sept. 19 that injured Nick Wells and Colin Burdette, Hubbard community members showed support.