The Centers for Disease Control says now is the time to get a flu shot. And this year, there are some changes to the vaccine.
The plan includes renovating shelters, pavilions, trails, and roads.
Across the Valley, doors at your county Board of Elections open at 8 a.m.
The incident occurred early Sunday morning. The woman told police she was robbed for $210.
The Backpack Program, which makes efforts to feed children on weekends, celebrated an $88,000 grant from Walmart on Tuesday.
An attorney says Horizon Science Academy is being used to funnel money to groups opposed to Turkey’s government.
A large Donald Trump sign hanging outside the Top Notch Diner is stirring up some controversy online.
Since debuting, the Task Force has decreased alcohol-related deaths by almost 20 percent.
Market Street Express got the required 25 signatures for a petition to let voters decide, but it’s still going to be a tough sell.
Things Remembered has hundreds of open positions for engravers and embroidery equipment operators.
According to a police report, the suspect attacked a woman inside the house, choking her and stealing her cell phone.
The road closure begins Wednesday as crews install a water line.
The Community Bill of Rights has been defeated by voters five times since 2013.
Chaney STEM and Rayen Early College Middle School received about 900 tablets, worth over $1 million.
Improvements to the over 50-year-old building were going to be costly.
Frost advisories are issued when temperatures are expected to fall to the lower to middle 30s.
Following the shock and outrage over an overdose case in East Liverpool, state and local leaders gather to talk about the opioid epidemic.
With 175 people in the audience, Dan Yemma and Christine Lucarell-Oliver spent their time going at each other.
Dick Celeste says he is bothered by the tone of the campaign.
Typically, fall is a slow time for home-buying in the U.S., but not here in the Valley.