Highlights of this year’s grants include $37,000 to expand two programs rooted in adaptive sports and recreation activities for children wit…
There are several volunteer opportunities available and people of all ages are encouraged to apply.
The recipients were chosen through an application process that considered academic achievement, career plans and extracurriculars
Newton Falls has a huge problem with stray cats.
Valley residents were anxious to get outside and enjoy the sunshine after a rainy June.
A Lordstown man convicted of pointing a gun federal agents and local police is hoping new technology will prove his innocence.
As security is heightened this Fourth of July weekend across the country, local police are tuned in to pick up on any unusual activity.
Organizers promise this will be the best year yet.
Park officials said the birds were taken from the beach and marina where people were feeding them.
Heading to a beach this weekend? Check this out before you go.
Portion of state budget could affect one-million low-income resident’s health care.
The suspect drew a knife and took money from the cash register.
The McDonald Board of Education accepted Halbert’s resignation during a special meeting Friday.
One Phantom customer walked out the door with $16,000 worth of merchandise, but with a few good coupons only spent around $8,000
Zach Puchajda and Kelsey Fisher, both 14, were flown to the hospital following the 1 p.m. crash.
Organizers said they do this to remind people what the Fourth of July is all about.
Events will be taking place all weekend at the Packard Museum and Packard Music Hall.
The employee suffered minor injuries while trying to stop a theft suspect.
Speakers complained local workers were left out of the discussions about House Bill 70 as a way of silencing opposition to the measure.
Erin Marks is accused of using customers’ credit card numbers to pay bills for cash-paying customers and then keeping the money.