Interviews for the position will be held next week.
From downtown Youngstown to Austintown and Warren — the area is filled with the luck of the Irish.
Police and fire departments reported to Columbiana High School around 7:50 a.m. Saturday morning.
That, and other crime reported in East Liverpool.
“It’s a national emergency, it’s a national epidemic and we can’t put so much of the burden on the local communities, which is what is happe…
Josh Menning said plenty of people tell you drugs are bad, but he wanted to take a different approach to helping others get clean.
“We’ve gotten some great stories, some sad stories, some funny stories and everything in between,” said Steve Kreider, who also worked on Du…
Only a few months after losing her first child, Jennifer Phillips got the news that she was pregnant again.
It’s an $11 million project that will be done in November of 2019.
Court records show the chief was using his police department’s email address to communicate with a teen girl.
“When you’re out here and people are going at top speeds, they just ain’t paying attention,” one flagman said.
Deputies assigned to the road at the Trumbull County Sheriff’s Office are taking their job a step further.
A.C. Jones will be making some stops around her hometown in the coming weeks.
The brewery’s grand opening isn’t until April 14, but the owner wanted people to have a sneak peek.
Ohio and Pa. engineers said while there are similarities, bridges here are different from the one that collapsed in Miami.
The bucks can be used to buy goods and services at participating Mercer County locations.
Casey Klein’s calling hours will be from noon to 2 p.m. Tuesday, March 20 in Kinsman.
Those involved in the recall were sold in the U.S. at Walmart, CVS, Walgreens and Kroger stores after February 9, 2018.
The president of Mercer County’s tourism bureau says the tax is to even the playing field for local inns and B&Bs.
Nicole and Stephanie Quinlan got their start by running their family’s bar. Now, they have their own venture.
Of the 272 banks nationwide that qualified, only 28 were named Bankers Cup winners.
The man told Warren officers he put his hands in his pants because he was an “athlete” and his hands were cold.