The “Understanding Addiction” seminar will focus on the causes and factors leading to drug abuse and dependency, and treatment programs.
Investigators say the suspect struck the teen who was walking on Cleveland Street and left the area. When questioned, he admitted to hitting…
The city will receive $123,600 from the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development.
The couple, who was at home with their four-month-old child, said they were sitting on their coach watching TV when the shooting occurred.
The first of eight brand new trucks have arrived recently, with the rest expected to arrive by the end of the week.
Police said Loray Triplett was recorded on video threatening to cut two people’s throats after throwing an ashtray at a man’s head.
The ride-hailing company posted a job listing earlier this month looking for drivers.
An East Liverpool man is facing federal charges after police say he exchanged images of minors engaged in sexually explicit conduct.
The break happened early Wednesday morning on E. Liberty Street near Main Street.
The legislation would also allow a judge to order the removal of the animals from the person suspected of abuse until the end of an investig…
Cheered for hours by a sea of adoring fans LeBron James and the newly-crowned NBA champions were honored with a once-in-a-generation party.
The contractor decided to adjust the schedule so the roads would be open for the Fourth of July holiday.
Bareknuckle Tattoo is charging just $30 for a limited selection of Cavs tattoo designs until the end of the year.
Competing for the title is something Heather Fronk has always wanted to do, and she dedicated herself 100 percent.
Robert Hinton has been part of the Niles Police Department for 32 and a half years.
Nine abandoned homes need to be torn down and all of the dumping grounds need cleared.
The national event is being held on Mill Creek’s south golf course through Thursday of this week.
Nearly a dozen local community organizations are getting a helping hand keeping youngsters busy this summer.
Local restaurant owners are growing their business, looking to expand further in the near future.
The idea came after a fire at one of the encampments a couple of weeks ago.