Big changes are coming to the retail electronics market, and one local expert thinks it is part of a larger trend.
The sudden closure of a cat shelter has left volunteers scrambling to find homes for 19 cats.
General Motors’ new CEO is starting an internal review of the company’s practices after an embarrassing recall of 1.6 million older small cars.
Fat Tuesday means one last chance to splurge before Lent begins on Wednesday.
The harsh winter has prompted Ohio to extend its energy assistance program.
Northeast Ohio gas prices rose eight cents to $3.60 this week, according to the American Automobile Association’s East Central office.
Hundreds of protesters organized by the Service Employees International Union have left the area outside the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center’s offices.
Spring is just 15 days away, and local emergency management agencies will take the first steps Wednesday in preparing for the season’s severe weather.
Monday, the Shenango Township Police Dept. identified a person of interest in a fatal hit-and-run crash that occurred on New Butler Road, Friday Feb. 28.
Pennsylvania military veterans can now have their service noted on state driver’s licenses.
Tuesday, the office of U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown (D-OH) announced that the Appalachian Regional Commission awarded $250,000 for sewer improvement in Kensington, Oh.
Crews are working to restore power to about 100 customers in Columbiana.
The General Motors plant in Lordstown is increasing production of the Chevrolet Cruze.
It’s estimated 300 hundred people are living on the streets in Mahoning County
A local hotel owner closed her establishment after it sustained damage in a fire Monday.
Humane agents found the animals in bad shape and they had lost a lot of weight.
A jury found Michael Paige, 22, not guilty of aggravated murder and they couldn’t reach a decision on two other counts.
This current year, schools are feeling the effects of open enrollment policies.
South Range senior Emily Erb is the state champion for the Ohio High School Speech League.
It’s been a year since Ohio’s ban on texting and driving went into effect, and it appears the results the last 12 months have not been all that impressive.