A Weathersfield company has filed a lawsuit against the township for revoking their operating permit.
The building was once a print shop owned by Franciscan Monks.
The high traffic volume on Route 224 in Boardman creates an obstacle course for emergency crews.
The two men are currently serving prison time on unrelated charges.
A little boy was found safe, but the man accused of taking him is still on the loose.
A Youngstown man pleaded guilty in West Virginia to distributing drugs and defrauding the IRS.
A group has made it their mission to connect the homeless with the services they need.
The animal had an arrow lodged in its cheek, just below its right eye.
One of the first changes will be to ensure the center has a supervisor on the job 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Anyone with information about the woman’s identity or whereabouts can call Hubbard Police.
The program Wags4Kids uses trainers from a northeast Ohio prison.
Keurig says its Mini Plus Brewing Systems can overheat and spray water during brewing.
Officials say lane restrictions Tuesday between mile markers 44 and 46 are causing delays of 15 to 20 minutes.
Ohio pharmacies are experiencing shortages of an antiviral medication that helps reduce symptoms of the flu.
It is believed the fire started in the basement.
Leaders from across the valley talked with people about their concerns on race relations.
Matt Belardine was one of six people charged last year by a grand jury investigating whether other laws were broken in the case of a 16-year…
This brings the total of money awarded since the foundation began awarding grants in 2003 to over $70,000.
Sara Newton is a learning support and autistic support teacher for kindergarten and 1st grade at Highland Primary Center in Grove City.
The last sermon soon will be delivered to members of a 200-year-old Lutheran church.