Members of Youngstown’s Board of Control approved more than $4 million in contracts to take over residential garbage pickup beginning May 2.
The need for dental hygienists is growing 23 percent and the average salary is over $55,000 a year.
Congressman Tim Ryan says Claudia Hoerig could soon return to the U.S. for prosecution.
The event will be held at YSU’s Williamson College of Business Administration from 10:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m.
The Ohio Certified Volunteer Naturalists and Dr. Stan Gehrt will host the event.
The Put A Lid On It campaign will distribute the helmets to local organizations across the state.
Rodriguez is facing nine counts of felonious assault and domestic violence charges.
City workers say they feel threatened by a man who they say has been stalking the Administration Building.
The Boardman Fire Department identified the man who died in the fire and his wife who was rescued.
The Mill Creek MetroParks Board of Commissioners is in the process of gaining a new board member.
School counselors from four counties in Ohio brought in a Columbus based company to teach children and parents about problems on the web.
The first 100 customers at the grand opening will receive Sephora inside JCPenney gift cards.
Witnesses said the man tried running the woman over with his car and later beat her with a brick after accusing her of cheating on him.
The company said that Lordstown was an optimal location because it’s almost halfway between Cleveland and Pittsburgh.
Mill Creek MetroParks Executive Director Aaron Young said his major goal is to maintain the longevity of the park.
Levels one and two of the deck, which is at the corner of Lincoln Ave. and Fifth Ave., are still open.
The APL said circumstances surrounding the dead animals are odd, as the dogs showed no outward signs of abuse and appear to be related.
Thomas Catalde told investigators he was showing his cousin, Jesse Hayes, the gun he just bought and had no idea it was loaded, when he acci…
The pad will be poured by the end of summer and they plan to have the preschool through 8th grade building open by Fall 2018.
An antique and collectible business has moved from North Lima to Boardman.