The call center company is looking to fill 75 open positions.
Commissioners approved a resolution to improve the local computer-aided dispatching system and move employees.
The $12.5 million Blueprint to Prosperity Waterline Initiative will bring water to areas like West Farmington and Southington.
Highway Patrol said two vehicles collided at the intersection of State Routes 5 and 59 after the woman failed to stop at a stop sign.
Giordano said he plans to appeal, saying he never abused his rottweiler, Hazard.
Ohio law states that a felony conviction would prevent Anthony Natale from staying in office.
The Youngstown car dealership received the General Motors Mark of Excellence Award for the 16th year in a row.
Ron Smolek, who leads the local Utilities Commission, said he has been pressing for years to have water and sewer lines installed near the l…
So far, there have been 14 travel-associated cases of the Zika virus in Ohio and health experts say that number should continue to rise.
A suspected drug dealer and his wife who police say tried to flush 100 grams of heroin down the toilet have been indicted on drug charges by…
Smith reportedly barricaded herself in the home with her children when officers arrived with a warrant for her arrest in April.
In-home day care centers in Ohio are not required to get a state license to provide care.
The business celebrated its third anniversary on Thursday with additional classes.
Police believe kids are responsible for the thefts, which have occurred on Ravine Drive, Fifth Avenue, Mansell Drive, Colonial Drive and Fai…
Officers will be conducting a roadside check of drivers in two separate locations for alcohol and drug impairment.
The Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton bobbleheads will both be on display at the first presidential debate in Dayton.
A jury found Tamara Julious guilty of repeatedly abusing her two children by forcing them to stay in a room for long periods of time.
The road was expected to be closed until 8 p.m., according to the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation.
Police said the man threatened to kill officers because they issued him an open container citation earlier in the day.
A Girard woman told police she was struck by the suspect several times with a belt and later dragged by her hair as she tried to get away.