Utility bill assistance is available through March 31.
The job fair is geared toward placing adults with disabilities into jobs.
The 13-year-old reportedly pushed the gas pedal too hard, crashing into the neighbor’s garage across the street.
New Beginnings, the company that owns Campus Health Care in Liberty, has not responded to multiple requests for comment from WKBN.
The Attorney General’s Crimes Against Children Unit and BCI were called to the scene.
The laboratory for the Mahoning County Board is working to process hundreds of water samples from Sebring.
The newest Hot Head Burritos held a ribbon cutting Tuesday at its newest location on Route 224.
The Browns say quarterback Johnny Manziel’s troubles off the field have undermined his teammates and the organization.
Police in Warren are investigating the circumstances that brought two unconscious babies to Trumbull Memorial Hospital.
Agents from Ohio’s Bureau of Criminal Investigation went through Infante’s home, and brought out several boxes of items Monday.
Warren Mayor Doug Franklin made the comment Tuesday during a press conference at City Hall.
Girard Police had been looking for the teen and the truck they believed he was driving.
The suspect is still at-large and police are looking for help in locating him.
OSHA cited the steel manufacturer for two repeated and three serious safety violations.
Mario Grisom was jailed in Mississippi until he was returned to Pittsburgh, where he remains in custody.
The eastbound lanes were closed as crews worked to put out the fire.
YSU is the only university in Ohio that ranked on the list.
With the addition of River Valley Health Partners, Prime Healthcare includes 42 hospitals in 14 states with nearly 42,000 employees.
Miranda May and Paul Wick, Jr. say they’re lucky that they got out of the car with their one-year-old son before it went up in flames.
EMTs, paramedics, nurses and doctors will use Shim for hands-on training in patient scenarios and emergency situations.