A small fire on a utility pole knocked out power for a short time in Niles.
Water sample tests were conducted on sites that previously tested above the actionable level of 15 parts per billion.
A grand jury indicted several Youngstown-area political figures in May 2014.
A Campbell man is being held on $100,000 bond today after police raided his home Thursday.
The driver of a minivan was taken to the hospital by medical helicopter following an accident near Salem.
A woman was injured Friday morning after colliding with a Mahoning County dump truck.
A new program called the Adult 22 Plus Program is giving opportunities to get a high school diploma
Police in Mercer County are looking for a man who they say dragged another man with his snowmobile.
The closure is the latest for the New Beginnings chain. Almost half of the company’s 15 homes have closed in the last six months.
The Trumbull County Emergency Management Agency is monitoring the warming weather and any potential flooding that may come with it.
This year’s giveaway at Greenwood Chevrolet in Austintown led a few people to scratch their heads.
Lt. Col. Scott Mann, a retired Army Lieutenant Colonel, visited Boardman to talk about the dangers of ISIS here in the U.S.
In the latest round of tests, 50 out of 54 samples were below the federal allowable limit for lead, according to the Ohio EPA.
Several electronic devices were seized from a Woodland Avenue home Thursday afternoon.
The Rottweiler who police say was punched by his owner has been checked out by a vet and is back at Animal Welfare League.
Meijer has six month to investigate zoning
Signs read, “Crime, Report It, Don’t Support It.”
State taxes, global markets, and local habits can influence prices.
A security guard confronted Shaw and tried to stop him, but police say Shaw hit the guard.
The village manager there says they’re making progress now and hopes all corrections to the system are complete in the coming weeks.