The best way to enjoy the weather on a day that feels like summer is to be outside, and plenty of people were soaking up the sun.
Nasser Hamad was joined by two additional attorneys at the defense table on Wednesday.
A seat belt saved the woman’s life following a crash in Fowler Township.
Senior care services are racing to keep up with an aging population.
That, and other crimes reported in Youngstown this week.
Grove City College — with about 2,500 students enrolled — expects up to 6,000 people for the vice president’s commencement address.
The assistant principal and another staff member at Taft Elementary have also been put on paid administrative leave.
Rodney Johnson, Jr. said he is not happy about being suspended from school over the incident.
The advertisement also said “NO AA MEN. NO LAW ENFORCEMENT. No drama,” according to a police report.
Warren police are looking for 24-year-old Elaine Shumate — 5’1″ tall and weighing 150 pounds, with a tattoo across her chest.
The accident happened on N. Neshannock Road in Hermitage near Lamor Road.
Beginning at 7 p.m. Thursday, there will be two ramp closures that will affect traffic patterns.
Lordstown High wants students to do more, and that’s why the school had its first Senior Day of Service on Wednesday.
It may be awhile before the ODOT brings out its snow plows. Until then, Mahoning County students are sprucing them up.
Jon Husted is one of two announced candidates for next year’s Republican primary for governor.
Temperatures are expected to be nearly 20 degrees above average with highs nearing 90 by Wednesday afternoon.
An educator in East Liverpool has implemented an idea that is sure to keep students engaged.
Police and neighbors were able to stop would-be burglars from breaking into a store on the south side.
Youngstown police are investigating after a woman said she was robbed on the city’s south side.
The new measure would have denied a disability claim to firefighters who didn’t wear their gear — which experts say could cause cancer — c…
The district serves around 3,000 meals every day.
Brandon Akuszewski has had his eyes set on West Point since sixth grade.