Downtown business owners said they are thrilled the show is sticking around, calling it a major business boost.
The school has suspended the boy, and a prosecutor will decide on potential criminal charges.
The professor and former English chair of Bowling Green State University will take the helm on May 16.
The city of Niles faces a $1.5 million deficit by the end of this year, if things aren’t fixed.
A Senate Judiciary Committee held a hearing Wednesday on the Comprehensive Addiction Recovery Act.
A law signed by Governor John Kasich in 2012 created the arson registry.
U.S. Marshals also found around 30 dead birds inside a home on Myron Avenue.
Local, state and county officials meet to discuss the Sebring water crisis.
Judge D’Apolito gave Brenda Kimble two days to pick a new person to fill what was going to be Staten’s spot.
A Youngstown couple was sentenced Wednesday on child endangering charges after prosecutors say they nearly starved a baby to death.
A slight elevation in arsenic levels at a Trumbull County school prompted an alert to parents.
Sebring Schools missed three days of classes, but were back at it Wednesday.
Guidelines set by the Ohio Department of Health are causing Sebring schools to turn off more drinking fountains.
The bill would divert government funding away from Planned Parenthood.
When crews arrived, heavy smoke and flames were coming from the building.
A man police caught climbing down from a utility pole in Youngstown is now behind bars.
Environmental regulators told the water superintendent in 2009 that he had been operating in a manner that endangered public health.
Rufener is scheduled to appear in court March 9 for her arraignment.
Overall, there was a sense of relief on Tuesday at West Branch after EPA test results there showed no cause for concern.
Police said the woman’s boyfriend accused her of striking him with her vehicle, after an argument about her school refund check.