President Obama was set to try to enact stricter gun laws Monday, a move which often sends people to gun stores in droves.
Police believe the shooting stems from an ongoing feud that will likely continue unless something is done to stop it.
The project is scheduled to start in the fall of 2016.
The Boardman police and fire departments launched a new program Monday to assist elderly and disabled residents.
YPD’s Community Policing Unit will begin issuing tickets for violations such as barking dogs, loud music and accumulation of garbage.
Animal Cruelty citations were filed Monday against two men who owned animals found dead last week on a small farm in Delaware Township.
Demolition work began Monday at Krakusy Hall, located on South Avenue near Interstate 680.
Additional drug charges were filed following a body cavity search of a man arrested during a traffic stop.
A body was discovered Monday in an area off of W. Liberty Street in Hubbard.
The annual Fur Ball to benefit Animal Charity Humane Society is set for March.
Clarett was pulled over Sunday in Morrow County by troopers from the Ohio State Highway Patrol.
Marucci and Gaffney Excavating was doing work on the Kinsman sewer expansion, but the project was plagued with problems.
The band, whose most famous song is, “A Horse with No Name,” will play at Packard on June 15.
Starting Monday, the new McPick 2 menu will let customers pick two items for $2.
Ohio drivers are seeing the same average price at the pump as they did a week ago.
Varying weather conditions across the Valley prompt districts to act independently when cancelling classes.
The driver was standing outside of the vehicle when emergency crews arrived.
Police in New Castle are investigating two separate stabbings in the city
Firefighters were called about 3 a.m. Monday to a house on Micawber Road in Howland Township.
The fire started early Sunday morning from a wood burning stove.