Eighteen agencies will share a total of $24,344 to fund awareness campaigns throughout the week.
Students will present a book they have illustrated, along with a video they helped create that describes the concepts they have learned.
Four captains stepped up to present the president with a game ball and a personalized jersey: Number 44 for the 44th president.
The transformer weighs more than 500,000 pounds and made the trip from a rail yard in Warren to Lordstown on Monday.
Youngstown police are investigating three separate shootings in the city, all within a three-day period.
It is all part of the Save Downtown Salem Project run by Developer Scott Cahill.
All natural ingredients will be used to color the macaroni dish.
A moment of indiscretion can change the lives of many.
A three-hour standoff in Lordstown ended peacefully Monday.
An officer observed Pavlik throw two punches in the parking lot behind Pine Tree Plaza.
Assistant fire chief Thomas Rink will take over during an investigation.
It is the only large marathon in the U.S. that maintains qualifying times and requirements.
A state representative has proposed phasing out Ohio’s commercial activity tax.
High winds Sunday night brought down power lines.
While prices nationally rose about 3.9 percent in March, analysts say gas prices remain relatively low.
The suspect is also facing multiple traffic offenses and a resisting arrest charge.
Police are calling the case a murder-suicide.
President Barack Obama is scheduled to honor the team at an event in Washington on Monday.
Trumbull, Mahoning and Columbiana counties all saw declines in foreclosures.
Two people were killed in a house fire in Salem on Sunday.