Weather conditions in Florida are affecting plans for some local travelers.
Shop n’ Save is the first Lawrence County store with a wine permit.
Youngstown Police Chief Robin Lees said the city has recorded 18 murders this year, compared to 23 in 2015.
He was sworn-in in front of several hundred friends, family members and fellow judges at the Mahoning County Courthouse.
The 111-year-old library has budgeted $250,000 for the project.
Michael Peach faces several felony charges, including gross sexual imposition, felonious assault and kidnapping.
Police said Doggett admitted to using cocaine earlier in the day and snorting heroin before driving.
The man told police that his car was stolen by a prostitute that he met online.
Highway Patrol said a Campbell man went off the road, rolling his pickup truck multiple times.
Donation bins have been set up at Dollar General and O’Reilly Auto Parts stores in Trumbull County.
The suspect’s boyfriend told police that they began arguing because she was upset about his family waking her up.
There’s a chance to win $62,000 at Hollywood Gaming at Mahoning Valley Race Course in Austintown.
Magby was arrested after accidentally setting himself on fire in the process.
Police said Moore told them his daughter was “being disrespectful,” so he hit her in the head with a liquor bottle.
Lead was banned in house paint and on products marketed to children in the U.S. in 1978.
There will be posters and banners up in local businesses and around town.
One mall in Pittsburgh recently added a curfew. Shoppers at the Eastwood Mall Tuesday said they wouldn’t mind that.
The Peter Allen Inn and Event Center was constructed around a house built by Dr. Peter Allen in 1821.
Just Tuesday morning, three people were arraigned on theft charges in Boardman Municipal Court, all in separate incidents.
People have been putting beer bottles and soda cans on tree branches on Cunningham Road.
The hawk was found with two gunshot wounds in a field off of Middletown Road behind the old Sparkle market.
It’s the first of four public art projects Trumbull Neighborhood Partnership hopes to have complete by late spring.