The world’s largest commercial vacuum heat treatment machine is at the Solar Atmospheres plant in Hermitage.
Prosecutor John Gamble says he’s not surprised by the local and international media attention the county has been getting.
After recent spills and pollution from other wells, one township official says it’s a bad deal for the community.
Goddard’s Law, making abuse to a companion animal a felony, was signed into law earlier this week by Gov. John Kasich.
The $5 million project aims to enhance the appearance of the area around the street and make traveling easier.
Police said after the woman discovered the teen hiding in her car, he chased her into Sheetz and tried to get her keys.
The Department of Education has released its school report card results and most local schools have some failing grades.
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources says the Emerald ash borer is devastating the population of ash trees.
Police said Tursack picked up a woman from behind Plaza 76 and said he had taken her there for sex with a truck driver.
When water service is restored, water will have to be boiled until further notice.
Investigators said 3 developmentally-disabled brothers were found dead in a home and called the circumstances odd.
Rhonda Pasek appeared in East Liverpool Municipal Court on charges of child endangering, disorderly conduct and intoxication.
Some employers today are looking for a certain skill set called “soft skills.”
It is not just a man’s world anymore; women are becoming more powerful in the sports industry every day.
People are frustrated that over a month after the former chief resigned, the position still hasn’t been filled.
W. Kamau Bell doesn’t shy away from talking about race and politics, which are a huge part of his show, “The United Shades of America.”
The Youngstown school and nine of its teachers were selected for the Thomas Edison Award of Excellence.
Instead of being forced to pay for an entirely new system, homeowners now have the option to repair their current one.
The Lawrence County Crisis Center received $543,326 for emergency housing, street outreach and kitchen renovations.
The city’s planning department said 45 units will be made into workforce housing.