Bonnie was known for playing fetch with customers.
Commissioners in Trumbull County are bracing for a nearly $3 million loss in revenue for 2018.
Two kinds of bats are causing problems for a $2 billion project running through Columbiana County.
That, and other crimes reported in Youngstown this week.
Sitting is becoming the new smoking.
Currently, Ohio schools are not required to teach cursive handwriting but some state lawmakers want to change that.
The committee’s goal is to establish recommendations to focus on continuous improvement of the county budget.
Board members are looking to fill service opportunities left by ADI and Allegiant last year.
Antonio Velazquez-Rupert appeared in district court in Sharon Wednesday morning for a hearing.
Those affected live from 1505 to 1645 Square Creek Drive, including Hillside Drive and Squaw Court.
Police said items used to make the drug meth were found in a padlocked garage.
The accident happened on Route 11, between King-Graves Road and Ohio 305.
The charge was filed by McDonald Police after an investigation that began last month.
A woman told police that Sallaz said, “I’ll pop a cap in your (expletive)” and demanded money.
With a number of people retiring, Highway Patrol is accepting applications for new troopers.
The Pennsylvania Department of Health and the Mercer County Emergency Services Committee will conduct the clinic.
The budget item calls for educators to job shadow to help students with career choice and pinpoint needed job skills.
Every time someone litters it costs you money.
PennDOT intends to replace the West Middlesex Viaduct and reconstruct a half-mile portion of Route 318.
The man told students he had a bomb.
The City of Columbiana still has not decided whether or not it will uphold a law banning residents from raising chickens.
The historic remnant of the area’s industrial past can be seen by drivers on Interstate 80.