The Ohio Department of Natural Resources donated approximately 2,500 rainbow trout to Mill Creek MetroParks.
Parents can monitor their students’ progress by logging on to their lessons.
A road rage incident in Youngstown ended with an arrest and felonious assault charge.
The Teamsters are fighting to keep their retirement benefits intact.
The one-time lightweight champ will serve until September 2018.
Warren is partnering with the Trumbull County Planning Commission, which will create a new Comprehensive Land Use Plan for the city.
Lisbon Street has fallen eight feet in the past three weeks, and three East Liverpool homes continue to slip off their foundations.
A CEO, which will be hired to run the school district, is expected to be announced by June 7.
The project will begin Monday and is expected to be completed August 31.
Investigators say the teen was driving westbound on Hogback Road when he crossed the road, striking a culvert off the south side of the road…
A vehicle struck a traffic sign, guardrail and rolled onto its side around 4:30 p.m. Wednesday on US-62, north of Calla Road.
Weather, such as lightning and high winds, can create curveballs for animal caregivers.
The Boston Marathon will be only the third 26-mile race for the Canfield mother of two.
The pool at Waddell Park closed in 2014 because the city couldn’t afford to pay the lifeguards.
Austintown’s Braking Point Recover Center will begin a new residential program.
The non-profit organization is targeting substance abuse victims and their families.
Humane officers believe someone dumped the dog along the side of the road. Four of the puppies did not survive.
The light is computer-operated, and a foreman on the construction job can program it according to traffic patterns.
The event is put on by the Community Food Warehouse to raise awareness about hunger in Mercer County.
Officers reported finding crack, marijuana, thousands of dollars in cash, digital scales, pills, a handgun and other drug paraphernalia.