If you are 18 or older and you don’t live in Mercer County, you could get $100 in “tourism bucks” to use in the downtown area.
There is too much demand for the Lordstown plant to keep up, employees of GM Lordstown Complex were told Friday.
Darryll Hoon, Sr. was charged with having sexual contact with two young female relatives.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine’s office offered tips to avoid ticket scams during the NBA Finals.
Investigators said the stolen pit bull was found in the basement of a Youngstown home on June 3.
The hiring event will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday to fill more than 300 full and part-time positions at various Ohio stores.
The OVI checkpoint, funded by federal grant funds, are planned to deter and intercept impaired drivers.
Investigators said Ralph Goad confessed to a slew of break-ins dating back to February.
The money was raised during Subaru’s “Share the Love” campaign, where $250 from each lease or purchase went toward the donation.
Library staff and city officials are excited about the new look and technology the building will bring to the city.
Joseph Difrischia was last seen on April 28 while on his way to a friend’s on the south side of the city.
Police say the man, who was very intoxicated, was doing donuts at the intersection of Mahoning Avenue and Summit Street, stopping traffic.
The Sparks family was able to snap a few pictures when they ran into the legendary boxer at an airport in 1982.
Crews will begin work later this month and should be completed by the middle of September.
What does the new law legalizing marijuana for medical purposes in the state mean for law enforcement and patients who need it?
A portion of 89 streets in Salem are going to be resurfaced.
Dick Paulini returned to his veteran father-in-law’s grave at Hope Cemetery to find the flowers he placed there were taken.
Salem Mayor John Berlin said he expects around 30,000 people to attend this year.
A selection committee made up of community members interviewed seven finalists last week.
Three corrections officers are being recognized for their lifesaving actions at the Trumbull County Jail.