Delicate plants need protection through the fluctuating temperatures of spring.
A Youngstown cab driver is recovering after being attacked in his cab.
16 people spoke during the public comment session at Monday night’s meeting of the Mill Creek MetroParks Board of Commissioners.
The Champion Board of Education received final approval to buy 20.9 acres for a planned $31.3 million PK-8 school complex.
A Poland Seminary High School junior noticed a discrepancy between school policy and Ohio state law.
More than a dozen nurses obtained pins marking their entrance to the registered nursing profession.
Lt. Gov. Mary Taylor recognized middle and high school students who are taking a stand against drugs.
The clerk said the man demanded money from the cash register and then ran from the store.
The petition, which has received more than 800 signatures, accuses Gwen Logan of creating a poor environment for the dogs at the pound.
Police said the suspect was physically fighting with his child’s mother, while swinging the small child around by her arm.
A woman was arrested and taken to the Trumbull County Jail after police say she failed to comply with an order to walk on the sidewalk.
Included in the applicant pool is Youngstown City Schools’ interim superintendent, Stephen Stohla.
The city of Hermitage, Sharpsville Borough and Worth Township are receiving funding from PennDOT.
The trooper was hit by another vehicle on the Ohio Turnpike.
Mark Tucker is a 20-year veteran of the Trumbull Correctional Institution, beginning his career at TCI in 1995.
Groups gathered in front of the Mahoning County Courthouse calling for the park’s executive director to resign.
The Phantoms will begin a search for a new head coach immediately.
The money is earmarked for several programs including community policing, training, mentoring and education.
In a social media post, the woman threatened to kill another woman and posted handgun emojis, according to police.
The Surgical Hospital at Southwoods is celebrating its 20th Anniversary with a Southwoods Concert for the Valley.
Billboards are going up Monday in 15 counties in Ohio urging the use of the anti-overdose drug naloxnoe.
The man was reported missing by his girlfriend Sunday night after he didn’t return from a reported fishing trip.