Group releases drilling report

Environment Ohio hopes to educate and push residents to ask officials for a statewide moratorium on fracking.

Lawmakers talk about lockdown

Multiple local elected officials were on Capitol Hill during Thursday’s chase and shooting, which led to a lockdown.

Probe begins in harassment

The lawyers said Lyndsey Hughes turned to then-Council President Sammarone, who reportedly told Kitchen to stop what he was doing, but didn’…

Boardman chase damages homes

Police said just before 1 a.m. Thursday, a stolen Dodge Durango driving erratically led them on a high-speed chase from Woodrow Avenue to th…

Helen Youngblood

JFS employee off the job

Helen Youngblood, president of AFSCME Local 2001, is accused of insubordination, as well as sending an email with abusive or threatening lan…

The nation’s weather

Weather Underground midday recap for Thursday, October 03, 2013. A strong cold front boundary moved through the Great Basin and northern Pla…

Woman in D.C. gunfire ID'd

A woman with a 1-year-old girl led Secret Service and police on a harrowing car chase from the White House past the Capitol on Thursday, att…

Same Sex Marriage

Same sex marriage bill introduced

Two state lawmakers say they are introducing a bill that would allow same-sex couples to get married legally in Pennsylvania.

HMHP to provide transportation

Humility of Mary Health Partners is now offering free transportation to patients who may need help getting to their medical appointments.

ODOT preps for snow removal

You may not want to hear it, but winter is right around the corner. In preparation for the snow and ice that is sure to come, the Ohio Depar…

Nurse pleads to drug charges

A former nurse at Hillside Rehabilitation Hospital in Howland pleaded guilty Thursday to charges that she took drugs from the hospital and p…

Woman charged with welfare fraud


A Warren woman has been indicted by the Trumbull County Grand on grand theft charges alleging she defrauded welfare of nearly $100,000.


Internet cafe ban takes effect

Ohio’s effective ban on storefront sweepstakes parlors is set to go into effect Friday, after opponents dropped their effort to pursue a bal…

Campbell out of fiscal emergency

The city was placed in fiscal emergency on June 10, 2004, because of aggregate deficits in seven funds totaling $598,128.

7th annual Chili Cook-off held

All proceeds from the Boardman Optimist Political-Celebrity Chili Cook-Off go towards the club’s youth programs.