The Western Reserve Transit Authority plans to add more bus trips around Mahoning County.
The campaign encourages drivers to focus on the road and arrive at their destination safely.
The service would give first responders instructions on how to care for people with special needs.
Many of the programs aim to empower students to speak up when they see bullying going on.
One man learned that his 97-year-old aunt and 100 cousins are safe Wednesday. Another man from Poland has been Skyping with his family all d…
Eventually, part of the land will be used to develop a soccer and track facility for Lordstown schools.
The current restroom facilities are 37 years old, and fair board members say it’s time for an upgrade.
Ricky Sigmon was found at a home on McGuffey Road early Wednesday morning.
The Ohio Attorney General’s Crimes Against Children Unit searched Sample’s home in February, seizing electronics.
Lawyers for Seman are also trying to suppress the rape accusation against him, saying it doesn’t pertain to the case.
Both men came to the aid of a heart attack victim at Mill Creek Park.
A Leetonia woman has died from injuries she suffered after colliding with a truck in Columbiana County.
The Ohio Supreme Court has affirmed the death sentence of a man convicted in a 2001 murder in Trumbull County.
A truck driver was cited Wednesday after the tractor-trailer he was driving flipped over on an on-ramp to Route 82.
The Dillard’s department store at the Eastwood Mall will be converted to a clearance store.
Troopers confirmed that alcohol was a factor in the crash.
The money will be used to hire and retain first responders.
One parent says his daughter was never picked up for the first day, and another wishes the bus stop was closer to their home.
They started picketing before 6 a.m. and planned on staying into the evening.
The alert will be in effect until water samples indicate it is safe to consume.
The first person lined up at 9 a.m. and at one point, there were 500 people in line, looking to buy used electronics.
Animal Charity’s president says that since December, they have investigated six cases, resulting in the seizure of 53 dogs and 61 cats.